Bruno Pittermann

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Bruno Pittermann
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19th Vice-Chancellor of Austria
In office
22 May 1957 – 19 April 1966
President Adolf Schärf
Franz Jonas
Chancellor Julius Raab
Alfons Gorbach
Josef Klaus
Preceded by Adolf Schärf
Succeeded by Fritz Bock
Chairman of the Social Democratic Party
In office
8 May 1957 – 1967
Preceded by Adolf Schärf
Succeeded by Bruno Kreisky
Personal details
Born (1905-09-03)3 September 1905
Vienna, Austria
Died 19 September 1983(1983-09-19) (aged 78)
Vienna, Austria
Political party Social Democratic Party

Bruno Pittermann (born 3 September 1905 in Vienna; died 19 September 1983 in Vienna) was an Austrian social democrat politician. He served as both the chairman of the Social Democratic Party of Austria from 1957 to 1967, and the Vice Chancellor of Austria from 1957 to 1966. From 1964 to 1976, he was president of the Socialist International.

Party political offices
Preceded by
Adolf Schärf
Chairman of the Social Democratic Party of Austria
1957– 1967
Succeeded by
Bruno Kreisky
Preceded by
Erich Ollenhauer
President of the Socialist International
1964– 1976
Succeeded by
Willy Brandt
Political offices
Preceded by
Adolf Schärf
Vice Chancellor of Austria
1957– 1966
Succeeded by
Fritz Bock


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