List of mayors of Hamburg

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The German: Erster Bürgermeister is the First Mayor of Hamburg, Germany. He is the President of the Senate (government) of Hamburg. The Erster Bürgermeister is Hamburg's Minister President.

The constitution of 28 September 1860 says that the state is to be governed by the ten-member Senate headed by the First Mayor as the President of the Senate. His deputy is the Second Mayor. Until 1997 the First Mayor was elected by the Senate. Now he is elected by the Bürgerschaft (the city's parliament) and the Erster Bürgermeister has appointed and dismissed other Senators.

List of Mayors[change | change source]

  • Friedrich Sieveking: 1861-1862
  • Nicolaus Ferdinand Haller: 1863-1864
  • Friedrich Sieveking: 1865
  • Nicolaus Ferdinand Haller: 1866-1867
  • Friedrich Sieveking: 1868
  • Gustav Heinrich Kirchenpauer: 1869
  • Nicolaus Ferdinand Haller: 1870
  • Gustav Heinrich Kirchenpauer: 1871-1872
  • Nicolaus Ferdinand Haller: 1873
  • Hermann Goßler: 1874
  • Gustav Heinrich Kirchenpauer: 1875
  • Carl Friedrich Petersen: 1876-1877
  • Gustav Heinrich Kirchenpauer: 1878
  • Hermann Anthony Cornelius Weber:1879
  • Carl Friedrich Petersen: 1880
  • Gustav Heinrich Kirchenpauer: 1881
  • Hermann Anthony Cornelius Weber: 1882
  • Carl Friedrich Petersen: 1883
  • Gustav Heinrich Kirchenpauer: 1884
  • Hermann Anthony Cornelius Weber: 1885
  • Carl Friedrich Petersen: 1886
  • Gustav Heinrich Kirchenpauer: 1887
  • Johannes Georg Andreas Versmann: 14 March 1887 - 1888
  • Carl Friedrich Petersen: 1889
  • Johann Georg Mönckeberg: 1890
  • Johannes Georg Andreas Versmann: 1891
  • Carl Friedrich Petersen: 1892
  • Johann Georg Mönckeberg: 1893
  • Johannes Georg Andreas Versmann: 1894
  • Johannes Christian Eugen Lehmann: 1895
  • Johann Georg Mönckeberg: 1896
  • Johannes Georg Andreas Versmann: 1897
  • Johannes Christian Eugen Lehmann: 1898
  • Johann Georg Mönckeberg: 1899
  • Johannes Christian Eugen Lehmann: 1 January 1900 - 15 September 1900
  • Gerhard Hachmann: 19 November 1900 - 1901
  • Johann Georg Mönckeberg: 1902
  • Johann Heinrich Burchard: 1903
  • Gerhard Hachmann: until 11 July 1904
  • Johann Georg Mönckeberg: 11 July 1904 - 1905
  • Johann Heinrich Burchard: 1906
  • Johann Otto Stammann: 1907
  • Johann Georg Mönckeberg: until 27 March 1908
  • Johann Heinrich Burchard: 3 April 1908 - 1909
  • Max Predöhl: 1910 - 1911
  • Johann Heinrich Burchard: 1912
  • Carl August Schröder: 13 September 1912 - 1913
  • Max Predöhl: 1914
  • Werner von Melle: 1915
  • Carl August Schröder: 1916
  • Max Predöhl: 1917
  • Werner von Melle: 1918 - 1919

Weimar Republic[change | change source]

  • Werner von Melle: 31 March 1919 - 31 December 1919
  • Gustav Sthamer: 1 January 1920- 1 February 1920
  • Arnold Diestel, DDP: 2 February 1920 - 31 December 1923
  • Carl Petersen, DDP: 1 January 1924 - 31 December 1929
  • Rudolf Ross, SPD: 1 January 1930 - 31 December 1931
  • Carl Petersen, DDP: 1 January 1932 - 7 March 1933

Third Reich[change | change source]

Appointed by the British occupation forces[change | change source]

Democratically elected after World War II[change | change source]

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