Hans-Peter Will

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Hans-Peter Will (born August 2, 1899 in Frankfurt am Main ; † February 3, 1990 ) was a German administrative officer and politician ( SPD ).


Hans-Peter Will initially worked in business and later became an independent business and tax consultant. He also worked as a journalist. On April 1, 1933, he was admitted to the NSDAP ( membership number 1,829,513). Since 1946 he had been employed by the State Food Office and in 1948 he became government and ministerial director in the Saarland Ministry of Economic Affairs .

Will was a member of the Saarland Landtag from 1955 to 1960 . On January 4, 1957, the state parliament sent him to the German Bundestag , to which he was a member until the end of the legislative period.

On January 19, 1976, Will was awarded the Saarland Order of Merit.

His daughter Christa Melchinger is a journalist.


Individual evidence

  1. Hans-Peter Klausch: List 1: Alphabetical list of members of the Saarland state parliament with proven NSDAP membership. (PDF; 2.15 MB) In: Brown traces in the Saar state parliament. The Nazi past of representatives from Saarland. The left. Parliamentary group in the Saarland State Parliament, Saarbrücken 2013, p. 19 , accessed on January 25, 2016 .
  2. ^ Announcement of awards of the Saarland Order of Merit . In: Head of the State Chancellery (Ed.): Official Gazette of the Saarland . No. 4 . Saarbrücker Zeitung Verlag und Druckerei GmbH, Saarbrücken January 28, 1976, p. 67 ( uni-saarland.de [PDF; accessed on May 25, 2017]).