Management and Labor in Imperial Germany: Ruhr Industrialists as Employers, 1896-1914

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Appendix B
Members of the Ruhr Entrepreneurial Elite
Baare, Fritz ( 1855-1917), managing director (Generaldirektor) of the Bochumer Verein, 1895-1914 (successor to his father in that position) Birthplace: Bochum ( Ruhr) Father: Louis Baare, managing director of the Bochumer Verein, 1854- 1895 Education and Training: Studied at technical universities in Berlin and Karlsruhe Employment outside Ruhr Industry: Two years' work in the English iron industry Religion: Protestant
Behrens, Karl ( 1854-1906), managing director of the Bergwerksgesellschaft Hibernia, 1889-1906 Brithplace: Triebsees ( Pomerania) Father: ? Education and Training: Educated as state mining official (Bergassessor) Employment outside Ruhr Industry: Served as state mining official in Silesia Religion: Protestant
Beukenberg, Wilhelm ( 1858-1923), managing director of the Hoerder Verein, 1903-1906, and after the Hoerder Verein's merger with Phoenix, managing director of that company until 1922 Birthplace: Werne ( Ruhr) Father: Heinrich Wilhelm Beukenberg, mine supervisor ( Steiger) Education and Training: Studied mechanical engineering at the technical university in Berlin (Regierungsbaumeister) Employment outside Ruhr Industry: Director of railroads in the Ruhr and in Venezuela Religion: Protestant
Brauns, Hermann ( 1838-1911), managing director of the Dortmunder Union, 1885-1902 Birthplace: Uslar ( Hanover) Father: Wilhelm Brauns, forestry official Education and Training: Studied engineering at the mining academy in Clausthal (Diplomexamen für Hüttenund Bergingenieure) Employment outside Ruhr Industry: Technical director of the Georgs- Marien Hütte in Osnabrück Religion: Protestant Burgers, Franz ( 1845-1911), managing director of the Schalker Verein, 1878-1911 (selected by shareholder August Thyssen) Birthplace: Geldern ( Rhine province) Father: Customs official Education and Training: Attended trade school in Cologne; apprenticed as mechanic in a Cologne workshop; traveled in England Employment outside Ruhr Industry: Worked in Rhenish iron industry Religion: Old Catholic (one of those who rejected papal infallibility)

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Coal, Iron, and Steel 8
  • 2 - The Entrepreneurial Elite 24
  • 3 - Ruhr Workers 40
  • 4 - Industry and Government 52
  • 5 - Initial Challenges 63
  • 6 - Company Welfare Programs 71
  • 7 - The Terms of Labor 80
  • 8 - Conflict and Readjustment 98
  • 9 - Containment 114
  • 10 - Unsolved Problems 130
  • Conclusion and Comparisons 139
  • Appendix A Ruhr Coal, Iron, and Steel Corporations 149
  • Appendix B Members of the Ruhr Entrepreneurial Elite 151
  • Notes 157
  • Bibliography 189
  • Index 205
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