Johannes R. Becher Net Worth – Height, Weight, Age

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For 02.02.2020 – We have next information about Johannes R. Becher earnings, net worth: $4,129,739 Dollars*

Source of income: Authors.

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Birth date and age: May 22, 1891, Munich, Germany

Death date: October 11, 1958, Berlin, Germany

The place of birth (POB): Munich, Bavaria, Germany

Profession:Writer, Soundtrack

Parents:Heinrich Becher

Movies:The Benthin Family

Height, Weight

How tall is Johannes R. Becher – 1,82m.**
How much weight is Johannes R. Becher – 87kg**
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Summary

Johannes Robert Becher (May 22, 1891 in Munich – October 11, 1958 in East Berlin) was a German politician, novelist, and poet. He was affiliated with the Communist Party of Germany (KPD) before World War II. At one time, he was part of the literary avant-garde, writing in an expressionist style.With the rise of the Nazi Party in Germany, modernist artistic movements were suppressed. Becher escaped from a military raid in 1933 and settled in Paris for a couple of years. He migrated to the Soviet Union in 1935 with the central committee of the KPD, but got caught up in Stalins Great Purge. After the German invasion of the Soviet Union in June 1941, Becher and other German communists were evacuated to internal exile in Tashkent.He returned to favor in 1942 and was recalled to Moscow. After the end of World War II, Becher was allowed to leave the Soviet Union and returned to Germany, settling in the Soviet-occupied zone of what became known as East Berlin. As a member of the KPD, he was appointed to various cultural and political positions and became part of the leadership of the Socialist Unity Party. In 1949, he helped found the Akademie der K?nste, and served as its president from 1953 to 1956. In 1953 he was awarded the Stalin Peace Prize (later the Lenin Peace Prize). He was the culture minister of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) from 1954-1958.

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