Karl Weber (politician, born 1898)

Karl Weber (8 March 1898 in Arensberg – 21 May 1985 in Koblenz)[citation needed] was a West German politician with the Christian Democratic Union. He served as the Minister of Justice from 2 April 1965 until his replacement by Richard Jaeger in 26 October of that same year.[1][2] From 1916 till 1918 he served in the First World War, then he studied legal science in Bonn. From 1939 till 1945 he served in the Second World War.

Weber on a 1961 CDU election poster.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "New Minister Sworn in Bonn". The New York Times. 1965-04-02. Retrieved 2008-01-03.
  2. ^ "Die Bundesministerinnen und Bundesminister der Justiz" (in German). Germany: Federal Ministry of Justice. Retrieved 2008-01-03.[permanent dead link]