Kurt Nehrling February 13, 1899 – September 23, 1943 was a German Social Democratic politician and member of the German resistance against Hitler Nehrling was responsible for supplying information to the Soviet Union and hid banned books He was later caught by the SS and killed at the Dachau concentration camp
Kurt Nehrling was born in Weimar to restaurateurs Max and Emma Nehrling His parents' restaurant, Zum Goldenen Stern in the Jakobstrasse, was a popular workers' tavern and served as a meeting place for members of the Social-Democratic People Association a local chapter of the SPD This exposure influenced Nehrling's future political career From 1901 to 1905, membership in the local chapter of the SPD increased dramatically from 120 to 616 The party therefore created an autonomous social and cultural environment in the worker-populated areas of the Weimar In 1907, the Social Democrats, trade unions, and associations laid the foundation for their own building, the "Community Center" Two years later, a local group of the Socialist Worker Youth was founded there
Nehrling joined the SPD in 1919 In the years following World War I, he worked at the district administration of Weimar There he became acquainted with Marie Prox, the daughter of Emil Prox, the chairman to the Social Democratic People Association In 1921, Nehrling married Prox but tragedy struck two years later when Marie died from complications of childbirth with their second child Nehrling, however, continued to maintain strong relations with his father-in-law Although Prox is not very well remembered today, Nehrling's son later recalled his significance on his father's life
In 1923, Nehrling was working as an employee in the Thuringian Ministry of Economic Affairs when he met and later married his second wife, Hedwig Nehrling
In 1929, Nehrling became ill with tuberculosis This was a long illness, finally breaking in 1931 Although employed in the Thüringer government, the National Socialists broke all relationship with the SPD in 1933 and terminated all non-National Socialist employment Kurt and Hedwig Nehrling had immense financial problems in these years In their dwelling they opened Homestead Way 16 today Kurt Nehrling road a provisional linen shop Later moving to a corner shop at the Zeppelinplatz At this time Kurt Nehrling joined the Social-Democratic Reichsbanner Schwarz-Rot-Gold, a front fighter organization formed to defend the Republic from National Socialist control
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