Helmut Schmidt

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Noun1.Helmut Schmidt - German statesman who served as chancellor of Germany (born in 1918)Helmut Schmidt - German statesman who served as chancellor of Germany (born in 1918)
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Speaking in Bonn, where late SPD chancellors Willy Brandt and Helmut Schmidt earned reputations as international statesmen while ruling former West Germany, Schulz implored delegates to allow the SPD to serve as Merkel's junior coalition partner again -- a sign of how far the party's fortunes have fallen.
The world at large has come to take for granted political stability in its fourth-largest economy, and to rely on strong German leaders from Konrad Adenauer and Helmut Schmidt to Helmut Kohl and Angela Merkel.
Contract for the rental and maintenance of 18 production printing / copying systems for the helmut schmidt university / university of the bundeswehr hamburg over a term of 48 months.
The Social Democratic Party had substantial experience in heading governments in the 60s and 70s, particularly when it was led by Willy Brandt and Helmut Schmidt.
We have had two German Chancellors who have had a wonderful command of English: Willy Brandt and Helmut Schmidt.
The stag group only became aware of the chaos unfolding in front of them when their flight from Manchester touched down at Helmut Schmidt Airport on Thursday - at the same time as Air Force One was dropping off President Trump.
While he did not have the charisma or gift for words that his two predecessors, Willy Brandt and Helmut Schmidt, could boast of, Kohl had a clear vision for the future of his country.
Klaus Honnef: I met him once when my wife and I were invited to an art exhibition at the Federal Chancellery -- put on by [former Chancellor] Helmut Schmidt.
In contrast to his two predecessors, Willy Brandt and Helmut Schmidt, he had no charisma (which Brandt had in abundance) or gift for words.
He ran for chancellor in 1976 but lost to Helmut Schmidt.
In 1982, Tietmeyer moved into the limelight as author of a politically explosive economic reform memorandum that Economic Minister Otto Graf Lambsdorff, a leader of the Free Democratic Party, used as a lever to end the coalition government under Social Democratic Chancellor Helmut Schmidt.
The two historically most famous split leaderships were the ones between Willy Brandt (Party Chair 1964-1987, Chancellor 1969-1974) and Herbert Wehner (Leader of the Parliamentary Party 1969-1983), and the one between Brandt, Helmut Schmidt (Chancellor 1974-1982, deputy Party Chair 1968-1984), and Wehner (the first 'Troika').