|born on November 26 in Schlawe (Pomerania)
|begins his studies in electrical engineering in Cöthen (Anhalt)
|executive director of the "Gesellschaft für drahtlose Telegraphie m.b.H. [The Company for Wireless Telegraphy Ltd.]" (Telefunken) in Berlin #noch ein Foto von Hans Bredow rein.
|head of department and director of the newly-founded Department for Wireless Telegraphy in the Ministry of Posts in the Weimar Republic, central authority for the entire German radio communications in Berlin
|commissioner for Broadcasting in the Ministry of Posts, chairman of the administrative board of the Reichs-Rundfunk-Gesellschaft [Reich Broadcasting Corporation] (R.R.G.), umbrella organisation of broadcasting companies
|Bredow requests for permission to resign on January 30; on Oktober 25 the 15-months-period of his pretrial detention begins
|the show trial by the Nazis against Bredow on November 5 Start for suspected corruption begins: first he was sentenced, then his case was dismissed in March 1938
|work-ban, retires in 1939, establishes a historical radio archive in Wiesbaden
|district president of Hesse-Nassau in Wiesbaden, May to September
|chairman of the supervisory board of the Buderus'sche Eisenwerke und Edelstahlwerke Röchling-Buderus ; supervisory board member of the Philipp Holzmann-AG
|proposal for restructuring of broadcasting
|memorandum "Draft of a Broadcasting Act"
|chairman of the administrative board of the Hessian Broadcasting Company
|awarded the Knight Commander’s Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany
|died on January 9 in Wiesbaden