|The President's Daily Diary: April 24, 1967|
On April 24, 1967, the President was in Bad Godesberg, Germany, for the funeral of former German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. He had arrived in Germany from Washington, D.C., the evening of April 23. In the morning President Johnson met with Heinrich Lubke, the President of the Federal Republic of Germany at "Villa Hammerschmidt," the German President's home. Following the visit with Lubke, Johnson visited Chancellor Kurt Georg Kiesinger at his office in the "Palais Schaumberg." In the afternoon, Johnson met with General David Burchinal, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the European Command, and then met with Former German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard. In the evening Johnson visited with the Adenauer family to extend his condolences.