Erich Kaweletske

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Erich Kaweletske

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Nationality Flag-Germany.jpg German
Date of birth November 18, 2008
Date of death February 18, 2009
Newspaper American Post
Congress member of Germany
December 25, 2008 – January 24, 2009
January 25, 2009 – February 12, 2009
Ambassador of USA
January 2009 – February 12, 2009
Succeeded by Mark Wahlberg
Military rank Icon rank Private.png Private
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman
Citizen account suspended for usage of multiple accounts

Erich Kaweletske was a citizen of Germany. He was born November 18, 2008 in Saxony, Germany.

Erich Kaweletske died in a tragic shooting on February 18, 2009 in New Mexico, USA while taking a break from the politics of Germany.

He struggled for a few days trying to find his place in society. Finally he decided to try for politics next congress elections. Erich went on to have a promising career in politics.

Military History

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Erich Kaweletske was a Private in the Bundeswehr. He served in the Governmental Forces as well as the National Defense Guard.

He served in: German Independence War. Erich Kaweletske fought in the German Independence War to help free the German people. He served two terms in congress for the region of Brandenburg and Berlin as well as one term as Ambassador to the USA.

Political Career

Erich Kaweletske's political career consisted of many great accomplishments and little endeavors. We will have to break it up for it to make sense.


Erich Kaweletske served two terms in Congress. He served from December 25, 2008-February 12, 2009. In his time in Congress he tried to bring parties closer together so that German politics could move forward instead of backwards. Was, just like many other Congressman instrumental in reuniting Germany under one flag. More than anything he hoped for better relations with neighboring nations.

Ambassador to USA

Erich Kaweletske got the first German Embassy in the USA since the German Independence War opened up and operational. He also served as Ambassador from the time it opened in January until he left Germany on February 12, 2009. He was succeeded by Mark Wahlberg.

Government Team

Erich Kaweletske was part of the government team in DKN's second term as President of Germany. He served in Foreign Affairs. He made contributions to bringing Germany closer to its neighboring nations and trying to amuse the idea of a new alliance. Many Germans liked the idea of a new alliance and several people outside Germany as well. People like this are what brought forth the attempted organization of the European Social Alliance.


Erich Kaweletske was also somewhat accomplished with his newspaper The Federal Times which he renamed American Post when arriving in the USA. He had around 30-40 subscribers and wrote articles about the most random of topics as well as the most serious of topics. He always tried his best to keep the public aware of the outside world beyond the borders of Germany. He cared about keeping the public involved in political thinking as much as possible.


Erich Kaweletske tried his hand on business when he opened a Q1 Grain Company called Germanic Farming Co.. Quickly realizing it was more than he could handle he we into business with Tolo and sold him a share for 10 Gold in the company. The company still was not able to make it and he returned the 10 Gold investment to Tolo and then sold the company to Mark Wahlberg for 15 Gold. This was the end of Erich Kaweletske's venture into business.

Departure and Death

Erich Kaweletske sold his company, left his job at congress, and his job as Ambassador to the USA. He said his goodbyes and moved to the USA.

He arrived February 12, 2009 and set up his new paper The American Post formerly called The Federal Times in Germany. He was settling into his new home in New Mexico. On the day of February 18, 2009 while strolling down the streets of Santa Fe, New Mexico Erich Kaweletske was maliciously gunned down in the streets by an unknown assailant.

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