Karl Weber (German politician)

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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.


  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.