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Ludwig Johann Karl Bogen ( Ludwig was the nickname; he was called Louis ) (* June 7, 1809 in Michelstadt ; † April 6, 1886 in New Ulm (Minnesota) ) was a Hessian politician and former member of the Frankfurt National Assembly and the 2 Chamber of the Estates of the Grand Duchy of Hesse .

family

Louis Bogen was the son of the Earl of Erbach-Fürstenau Chamber Councilor Georg Heinrich Bogen (1780–1841) and his wife Maria Katharina nee Rexroth. In 1854 Louis Bogen married Margaretha nee Nix from Bingen in Cincinnati .

education and profession

Louis Bogen studied law in Giessen and Bonn from 1827 to 1831 . During his studies he joined the old Gießen fraternity Germania in 1827 and the Germania Bonn fraternity in 1829 . [1] In 1834 he became court clerk at the court in Giessen .

Political

In 1835 he was arrested for allegedly participating in the Frankfurt Wachensturm and spent the time in custody in Darmstadt until 1838. In 1838 he was sentenced to 8 years in prison by the Giessen court for high treason, but was pardoned in 1839. He then left the Grand Duchy and lived in Bern , where he was an administrative officer from 1838 to 1848. After the March Revolution he returned in 1848 and led the revolution in Erbach . He headed the historic Odenwald People's Assembly on the (today's Wiesenmarkt) site next to the Schützenhaus and became a member of the Frankfurt National Assembly for the 4th constituency of the Grand Duchy of Hesse (Erbach)elected. There he was a member of the Deutscher Hof parliamentary group . In 1849 he took part in the Baden uprising and was arrested in Michelstadt for treason, but acquitted in Darmstadt.

In the 13th and 14th electoral periods (1850-1853) Ludwig Bogen was a member of the second chamber of the state estates of the Grand Duchy of Hesse. In the state estates he represented the constituency of Starkenburg 9 / Michelstadt . In 1853 he emigrated to the USA. There he was editor of the "New Ulm Post".

Honors

Ludwig-Bogen-Strasse in Michelstadt is named after him.

literature

  • Helge Dvorak: Biographical Lexicon of the German Burschenschaft. Volume 1: Politicians. Sub-Volume 1: A-E. Winter, Heidelberg 1996, ISBN 3-8253-0339-X , p. 116.
  • Ella Gieg: Ludwig Bogen 1809–1886. Documentation about the eventful life of an Odenwald revolutionary (= German history (s). Vol. 2). Neuthor-Verlag, Michelstadt 1986, ISBN 3-88758-017-6 .
  • Jochen Lengemann : MdL Hessen. 1808-1996. Biographical index (= political and parliamentary history of the State of Hesse. Vol. 14 = Publications of the Historical Commission for Hesse. Vol. 48, 7). Elwert, Marburg 1996, ISBN 3-7708-1071-6 , p. 82.
  • Klaus-Dieter Rack, Bernd Vielsmeier: Hessian MPs 1820–1933. Biographical evidence for the first and second chambers of the state estates of the Grand Duchy of Hesse 1820–1918 and the state parliament of the People's State of Hesse 1919–1933 (= Political and parliamentary history of the State of Hesse. Vol. 19 = Work of the Hessian Historical Commission. NF Vol. 29) . Hessian Historical Commission, Darmstadt 2008, ISBN 978-3-88443-052-1 , pp. 175–176.
  • Hans Georg Ruppel, Birgit Groß: Hessian MPs 1820–1933. Biographical evidence for the estates of the Grand Duchy of Hesse (2nd Chamber) and the Landtag of the People's State of Hesse (= Darmstädter Archivschriften. Vol. 5). Verlag des Historisches Verein für Hessen, Darmstadt 1980, ISBN 3-922316-14-X , p. 69.

Weblinks

Individual evidence

  1. Helge Dvorak: Biographical Lexicon of the German Burschenschaft. Volume I: Politicians. Sub-Volume 1: A-E. Winter, Heidelberg 1996, ISBN 3-8253-0339-X , p. 116.