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Friedrich Ebert Monument

Heidelberg 1871 - Berlin 1925
German politician of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) and the first President of Germany from 1919 until his death in office in 1925
Richard Scheibe
Noack (Leipzig)
1950 (1926)

Frankfurt am Main /  Friedrich-Ebert-Denkmal   Frankfurt am Main /  Friedrich-Ebert-Denkmal


Statue of a male nude with raised right arm, standing on a console at St. Paul's church.


zum gedächtnis an den
ersten reichspräsidenten
wiedererichtet zu seinem 25. todestag
dem 28. febr. 1950. die stadt frankfurt a.m.


R. Scheibe
guss: H. NOACK | berlin-friedenau



The monument was inaugurated for the first time in the courtyard of the Historical Museum at Constitution Day 1926, however, already in 1933 it was removed by the Nazis. Scheibe made a new cast, so that the youth figure could be re-erected in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the death of Ebert on 28 February 1950.

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Location (N 50°6'39" - E 8°40'51")

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Item Code: dehs175; Photograph: 28 September 2014
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