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Category:Paul Schmidt

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English: Paul Schmidt (1899-1970) was a translator in the German foreign ministry from 1923-1945. During his career he served as the translator for Neville Chamberlain's negotiations with Adolf Hitler over the Munich Agreement, the British Declaration of War and the surrender of France.
Deutsch: Paul (-Otto) Schmidt (* 23. Juni 1899 in Berlin, † 21. April 1970 in Gmund bei München) war von 1924 bis 1945 Chefdolmetscher im Auswärtigen Amt.