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Karl Ochsenbein

Karl Ochsenbein
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Karl Ochsenbein in 1940
Supreme Leader of the West Besmenia
In office
14 March 1921 – 7 June 1948
Leader of the Besmenian National Union
In office
28 April 1916 – 7 June 1948
Preceded byHarald Dowall
Succeeded byLars Schreim
Personal details
Karl Friedrich Ochsenbein

29 August 1882
Waldtket, Sedakania, Kingdom of Besmenia
Died1 March 1952
Lait City, Besmenia
Cause of deathExecution
Political partyBesmenian National Union
Spouse(s)Erna Ochsenbein (m.1909)
ChildrenFrida of Besmenia
Military service
Years of service1915-1916
Battles/warsBesmenian Civil War

Karl Friedrich Ochsenbein (29 August 1882 - 7 October 1953) was a Besmenian politician. He rose to power as the supreme king of the Ochsenbein State. During his dictatorship from 1921 to 1948, he abolished the office of head of government and took over himself. Ochsenbein banned all political parties (except the Besmenian National Union) in the country and closed the border to East Besmenia. Many people died under his leadership, especially political opponents and border refugees.

Early Years


Karl Ochsenbein was born on 29 August 1882 in Waldtket, Sedakania. He was the second of four children born to Albert Ochsenbein (1839-1898) and his wife, Ursula Ochsenbein (1843-1910). Where by Gustav, the fourth child, died at the age of 2. The family lived on a farm and where poor. His father was a racist and nationalist and brought up Karl and his siblings in this way.

Early Adulthood

In 1901 Ochsenbein left Waldtket to live in Helmfurt. He began training as a carpenter in Helmfurt. After 2 years, he lost his job and became homeless. Ochenbein was homeless until 1903. From 1903 until he entered the war in 1911, he worked as a writer for the right-wing newspaper The Besmenian Worker. After his service in the war he joined the National Besmenian Union and became in 1916 their leader.

Soldier in the Civil War

Between November 1915 and January 1916, Ochsenbein fought on the side of the Royal Army.

Dictator of West Besmenia

After the Civil War, the Heraldstein Dynasty, which had been the royal family since 1831, had lost its importance. After King Willhelm von Heraldstein's resignation in July 1920, the parliament announced Royal Elections for January 1921. It was the first time that the king was chosen by the people. Ochsenbein was appointed by the BNU as a candidate for the election.

End of his leadership

Escape to Garima

After the fall of the Ochsenbein regime on June 7, 1948, Karl and his wife Erna fled with the car to Hauptburg, to his daughter Frida. The Gariman government offered the couple asylum. On December 5, 1949, Karl's wife Erna died as a result of a plain-sized brain tumor.

On September 16, 1951, Ochsenbein was kidnapped on a boat trip by a group of anti-fascists who worked for the Besmenian Federal Intelligence Agency, where he was brought back to Besmenia.

Ochsenbein trial

Personal life

Ochsenbein was a convinced Catholic. In 1909 Ochsenbein married Erna Koch. In 1915 his first and only child Frida Ochsenbein (1915-2001) was born.

Ochsenbein has suffered from OCD since he was 64