Fritz-Rudolf Schultz

Fritz -Rudolf Schultz ( born February 19, 1917 in Munich, † March 2, 2002 in Gau -Bischofsheim ) was a German politician of the FDP.


Fritz -Rudolf Schultz was after graduating from high school cadets of the Armed Forces. First, he served in the Signal Corps until he was promoted in 1937 to lieutenant Panzer Regiment 3. In 1938, he was discharged on the family estate. With the outbreak of war he was drafted into the Panzer Regiment 35, with whom he had used as ordnance officer on the western and eastern fronts. He was then promoted to first lieutenant and appointed as an intelligence officer and adjutant. In 1942 he was promoted to captain and commanding as a battalion chief. In 1943 he was awarded the German Cross in Gold. After fighting in the Ukraine in 1944 he was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. In 1944 he was promoted to Major in the Reserve and the award of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves. In 1945 he was a staff officer in the Army Group A. At the end of the war he went into American captivity.

After the war, he first headed the Wine and Sektgut Colonel Schultz -Werner his parents in Gau- bishop 's home. There he became in 1947 a member of the council. In 1952 he became a member of the County Council in 1953 for the FDP elected to the parliament of Rhineland- Palatinate. From 1955 he was there second vice president of the Landtag. From 1957 to 1970 he represented the FDP in the Bundestag. He was elected on 11 March 1970 Parliamentary Commissioner. He held until March 19, 1975 this office.