| Albrecht family |
(Family, Hübsche families)
Ursula von der Leyen, descendent of the family and current President of the European Commission
|Member of||Albrecht family|
|Membership||• Berthold Albrecht|
• Beate Heister
• Karl Albrecht
• Karl Albrecht Jr.
• Theo Albrecht
• Theo Albrecht Jr.
• Ernst Albrecht
• Hans-Holger Albrecht
• Ursula von der Leyen
|North German family; prominent as civil servants, politicians and businesspeople.|
The Albrecht family is a prominent and secretive German family, part of what has been called the "Hübsche families".
The family is descended from Barthold Albrecht who was a pastor born in 1557. His descendants have been influential in their field of work. According to Forbes, the family is worth 53.5 billion dollars.
Ursula von der Leyen née Albrecht is the current President of the European Commission and former German Defence Minister.
Ursula is the daughter of Ernst Albrecht, a former German politician who was involved in the Celle Hole false flag operation.
The family founded Aldi (a syllabic abbreviation for Albrecht Diskont) the supermarket in 1962.
The family also own Trader Joe's in the United States.
1 of the 9 of the members already have pages here:
|Albrecht family||North German family; prominent as civil servants, politicians and businesspeople.|