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Paul Lücke

Paul Lücke
Paul Lücke in 1962
Federal Minister of the Interior
In office
26 October 1965 – 2 April 1968
Preceded by Hermann Höcherl
Succeeded by Ernst Benda
Personal details
Born (1914-11-13)13 November 1914
Schönborn, Rhine Province
Died 10 August 1976(1976-08-10) (aged 61)
Nationality German
Political party Christian Democratic Union
Profession Civil servant

Paul Lücke (13 November 1914 in Schönborn, Rhine Province – 10 August 1976) was a German politician and civil servant. He served as Germany's Federal Minister of the Interior from 1965–1968.

Lücke was a member of the Christian Democratic Union since the party's foundation in 1945. In the 1949 election he gained a seat in the inaugural Bundestag, which he held until 1972. Following the 1965 election, Lücke was appointed Minister of the Interior by Ludwig Erhard.

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