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List of Ministers-President of Thuringia

The Ministers-President of Thuringia since 1920 have been:

Minister-presidents of Thuringia
No. Name Born-Died Party affiliation Begin of Tenure End of Tenure
1 Arnold Paulssen 1864–1942 DDP 1920 1921
2 August Frölich 1867–1964 SPD 1921 1923
3 Richard Leutheußer 1867–1945 DVP 1924 1928
4 Arnold Paulssen 1864–1942 DDP 1928 1930
5 Erwin Baum 1868–1950 Landbund 1930 1932
6 Fritz Sauckel 1894–1946 NSDAP 1932 1933
7 Willy Marschler 1893–1952 NSDAP 1933 1945
8 Hermann Brill 1895–1959 SPD 1945 1945
9 Rudolf Paul 1893–1978 None/LDPD 1945 1947
10 Werner Eggerath 1900–1977 SED 1947 1952
From 1952 until 1990, State of Thuringia was abolished.
11 Josef Duchac *1938 CDU 1990 1992
12 Bernhard Vogel *1932 CDU 1992 2003
13 Dieter Althaus *1958 CDU 2003 2009
14 Christine Lieberknecht *1958 CDU 2009 2014
15 Bodo Ramelow *1956 DL 2014 incumbent

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