American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Brandt, Willy 1913-1992. German political leader. He served as chancellor of West Germany (1969-1974) and won the 1971 Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to reduce tension between the East and the West.
- n. German statesman who as chancellor of West Germany worked to reduce tensions with eastern Europe (1913-1992)
“After two years of two classes a semester (summers included), Brandt is sold on the wonders of online education for a working man with a family.”
“Brandt is not at all discouraged by Freeman's 14-18 record at Kansas State, noting a lack of talent in the offensive line and other key areas.”
“It was the beginning of a new chapter in Brandt's life and in the history of Germany.”
“Willy Brandt is the fourth German citizen who has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.”
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“It was from some official at Regensburg, asking him to put under arrest and send back by the first boat a man called Brandt, who was believed to have come aboard at Absthafen on the 30th of”
“Officially, a Dutchman called Brandt was to be arrested this afternoon and handed over to the German authorities.”
“Mitchell recalls Brandt chatted with him enthusiastically about the new building.”
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