Donimirski, Antoni Brochwicz (Anton von Brochwicz Donimirski), 1874-77 member of the Reichstag of the German Empire. *6.6.1846 Buchwalde/Mydlita near Schwarz Damerko/Czarna Dąbrówka in the district of Bütow/Bytów, †14.5.1912 Berlin, lawyer, estate owner, bank director. Son of the member of the Reichstag Teodor Donimirski. After passing his A-levels at the grammar school in Culm/Chełmno, from 1864 to1869 he studied law, history and mation economics in Breslau, Heidelberg and Berlin. In Berlin he was made a Doctor of Law. From 1869 to 72 he was a junior lawyer at the courts in Marienwerder and Danzig. From 1873 onward he was a shareholder and director of the Donimirski, Kalkstein, Łyskowski & Co Regional Credit Bank, founded by his father, in Thorn. From 1871 to 1873, travels in Central Europe. In January 1874 he was elected as a member of the Polish parliamentary group in the German Reichstag for the constituency of Tuchel-Conitz/Tuchola-Chojnice with a majority of 75.47%. Own writings: De mercibus privatis in bellis navalibus transportandis, atque de libertate bonorum privatorum hostium in iis servanda, Dissertation Berlin 1869.

Further reading:

Deutscher Parlaments-Almanach, Ausg. 10, Leipzig 1874, 172; Reichstagsprotokolle 1867-1895, Register 36, 39, 46.

Online:, Parlamentarierportal, BIORAB Kaiserreich online;

Axel Feuß, March 2017

Link to the minutes of the Reichstag: