Schulze is the German title for a village mayor in a Mennonite settlement in Prussia, Russia, Manitoba, Mexico, and Paraguay. The Schulze calls meetings (see Schulteboat) and is the responsible civic leader of a village and was in turn responsible to the Oberschulze of the Mennonite settlement.
See also Government of Mennonites in Russia
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