Waltrud Will-Feld

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Candidate poster for the 1976 federal election

Waltrud Will-Feld (born June 11, 1921 as Waltrud Feld in Bernkastel-Kues ; † October 25, 2013 in Wittlich ) was a German politician ( CDU ).

Life and work

After graduating from high school in Traben-Trarbach in 1939 , Will-Feld began studying mathematics and physics at the Philipps University of Marburg , which she ended prematurely because of her marriage. In 1941 she married her former German teacher Dr. Hermann Will, who died in World War II. The marriage resulted in two sons. After the war initially a housewife and single mother, she was employed as a tax agent since 1950 and as a tax advisor since 1960.

In 1968 she joined the Christian Democratic Union of Germany . In 1969 she was elected to the district council of the Bernkastel-Wittlich district and in 1972 by an overhang mandate in the German Bundestag , to which she belonged until 1990. In the seventh electoral period she entered parliament via the CDU Rhineland-Palatinate state list; it won one direct mandate from the eighth to the eleventh electoral term.

She died of complications from colon cancer.


  • The financial situation of the single parent family: for the new regulation of the family burden equalization and the tax legislation . In: Informations für die Frau Vol. 33, 1984, No. 11/12, pp. 13-15


Individual evidence

  1. ^ Farewell to militant CDU politician Waltrud Will-Feld . Obituary Volksfreund.de, October 27, 2013, accessed on September 25, 2017.