Joachim Angermeyer

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Joachim-Hans Angermeyer (born December 18, 1923 in Hamburg ; † May 8, 1997 in Bad Rothenfelde ) was a German entrepreneur and politician ( FDP ).


Angermeyer was born the son of a businessman. After attending grammar school, he completed a commercial apprenticeship and worked as an employee from 1949 to 1962. In 1975 he became deputy chairman of the advisory board of the casinos in Bad Bentheim and Bad Zwischenahn . Then he was managing director of a company in Osnabrück until 1980 .

In 1941 he joined the NSDAP ( membership number 8,559,827). After the Second World War he became a member of the FDP.

Angermeyer was a member of the German Bundestag from 1976 to 1980 for one electoral term. He was elected via the state list of the FDP in Lower Saxony .


Individual evidence

  1. Helmut Violence: Members of the Bundestag / I.-X. Legislative period: Former NSDAP and / or branch memberships. (PDF) Willi-Bredel -Gesellschaft Geschichtswerkstatt eV, October 20, 2005, p. 1 , accessed on January 20, 2020 .