The Federal Chancellor Helmut Schmidt Foundation is managed by a board of trustees. It is made up of six members plus six deputies appointed for five years by the Federal President. These representatives of politics and wider society were associated with Helmut Schmidt in various ways…
Tour of the private house
Take a look at the home of Helmut and Loki Schmidt in Langenhorn, Hamburg. Included in the virtual tour are the former chancellor’s study, the gallery, the grand piano and the living room where the statesman sat with such figures as…
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Bundeskanzler-Helmut-Schmidt-Stiftung Büro Hamburg Kattrepel 10 20095 Hamburg Phone: +49 40/ 18 23 12 18 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Helmut Schmidt-Archiv Neubergerweg 86 22419 Hamburg
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Helmut Schmidt – a Hanseatic institution
He was born in Hamburg and he died in Hamburg. He lived for over 96 years in Hamburg. Helmut Schmidt always remained faithful to his home, the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. He was Federal Chancellor of Germany and a statesman. Yet he was also a…
Bundeskanzler-Helmut-Schmidt-Stiftung Kattrepel 10 20095 Hamburg Phone: +49 40/ 18 23 12 18 E-Mail: email@example.com
Board: Dr. Meik Woyke (Chairman of the management board and managing director), Dr. Hans-Gerhard Husung, Bernd Neuendorf Responsible…
About us – What does the foundation do?
The Federal Chancellor Helmut Schmidt Foundation commemorates one of the most important 20th century German statesmen. It was not just in his role as Senator (minister) for Home Affairs in Hamburg or as the fifth Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany…
The German Bundestag established the Federal Chancellor Helmut Schmidt Foundation by act of parliament on 1 January 2017. Its constitution regulates the foundation’s purpose and its bodies.
You can download the German text of the constitution and the act of parliament below: