Wilhelm Klaus Norbert "Norbert" Schmelzer (22 March 1921 – 14 November 2008) was a Dutch politician of the defunct Catholic People's Party (KVP) now merged into the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA). Serving numerus positions in his career including Minister of Foreign Affairs from 6 July 1971 until 11 May 1973. In 1966 while serving as the parliamentary leader of the Catholic People's Party in the House of Representatives he proposed a Motion of no confidence against the Cabinet Cals and Prime Minister Jo Cals. A shocking and surprised action in Dutch politics, it marked the first time that a motion of no confidence was proposed against a cabinet of the same party. The Cabinet Cals resigned that evening.

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  • Wilhelm Klaus Norbert Schmelzer (* 22. März 1921 in Rotterdam; † 14. November 2008 in St. Ingbert) war ein niederländischer Politiker der Katholieke Volkspartij (KVP), später Christen Democratisch Appèl (CDA), der 1980 aus der Fusion der KVP mit der Christelijk Historische Unie (CHU) und Anti-Revolutionaire Partij (ARP) hervorging. (de)
  • Wilhelm Klaus Norbert (Norbert) Schmelzer (Rotterdam, 22 maart 1921 - Sankt Ingbert, Saarland, 14 november 2008) was een Nederlands politicus. Namens de Katholieke Volkspartij was hij staatssecretaris, lid van de Tweede en Eerste Kamer en minister. Hij werd echter vooral bekend vanwege de naar hem genoemde Nacht van Schmelzer, waarin het kabinet-Cals ten val werd gebracht. Schmelzer was ook een verdienstelijk pianist, componist en dichter. (nl)
  • Był politykiem Katolickiej Partii Ludowej oraz CDA. W latach 1971 - 1973 był ministrem spraw zagranicznych w rządzie Barenda Biesheuvela. (pl)
  • Норберт Шмельцер (нидерл. Wilhelm Klaus Norbert Schmelzer; 22 марта 1921, Роттердам, Нидерланды — 14 ноября 2008, Санкт-Ингберт, Саар, Германия) — нидерландский политический деятель, министр иностранных дел (1971—1973). (ru)
  • Wilhelm Klaus Norbert "Norbert" Schmelzer (22 March 1921 – 14 November 2008) was a Dutch politician of the defunct Catholic People's Party (KVP) now merged into the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA). Serving numerus positions in his career including Minister of Foreign Affairs from 6 July 1971 until 11 May 1973. In 1966 while serving as the parliamentary leader of the Catholic People's Party in the House of Representatives he proposed a Motion of no confidence against the Cabinet Cals and Prime Minister Jo Cals. A shocking and surprised action in Dutch politics, it marked the first time that a motion of no confidence was proposed against a cabinet of the same party. The Cabinet Cals resigned that evening. (en)
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  • Daphne Mary Nieuwenhuizen
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  • Wilhelm Klaus Norbert Schmelzer (* 22. März 1921 in Rotterdam; † 14. November 2008 in St. Ingbert) war ein niederländischer Politiker der Katholieke Volkspartij (KVP), später Christen Democratisch Appèl (CDA), der 1980 aus der Fusion der KVP mit der Christelijk Historische Unie (CHU) und Anti-Revolutionaire Partij (ARP) hervorging. (de)
  • Wilhelm Klaus Norbert (Norbert) Schmelzer (Rotterdam, 22 maart 1921 - Sankt Ingbert, Saarland, 14 november 2008) was een Nederlands politicus. Namens de Katholieke Volkspartij was hij staatssecretaris, lid van de Tweede en Eerste Kamer en minister. Hij werd echter vooral bekend vanwege de naar hem genoemde Nacht van Schmelzer, waarin het kabinet-Cals ten val werd gebracht. Schmelzer was ook een verdienstelijk pianist, componist en dichter. (nl)
  • Był politykiem Katolickiej Partii Ludowej oraz CDA. W latach 1971 - 1973 był ministrem spraw zagranicznych w rządzie Barenda Biesheuvela. (pl)
  • Норберт Шмельцер (нидерл. Wilhelm Klaus Norbert Schmelzer; 22 марта 1921, Роттердам, Нидерланды — 14 ноября 2008, Санкт-Ингберт, Саар, Германия) — нидерландский политический деятель, министр иностранных дел (1971—1973). (ru)
  • Wilhelm Klaus Norbert "Norbert" Schmelzer (22 March 1921 – 14 November 2008) was a Dutch politician of the defunct Catholic People's Party (KVP) now merged into the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA). Serving numerus positions in his career including Minister of Foreign Affairs from 6 July 1971 until 11 May 1973. In 1966 while serving as the parliamentary leader of the Catholic People's Party in the House of Representatives he proposed a Motion of no confidence against the Cabinet Cals and Prime Minister Jo Cals. A shocking and surprised action in Dutch politics, it marked the first time that a motion of no confidence was proposed against a cabinet of the same party. The Cabinet Cals resigned that evening. (en)
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