Nazi General Arrested in Germany; Charged with Mass-execution of Jews

Karl Zenner, former chief of police of Aachen, was arrested here today, charged with participation in the mass execution of Jews in Byelorussia during the Nazi occupation. He was a general in the Hitler S.S., and chief of the Hitler security service in Minsk, capital of Byelorussia; during the war.

A ruling holding that Dr. Franz Schlegelberger, Deputy Minister of Justice during the Nazi regime, need not stand trial again, was handed down today by the Schleswig-Holstein Superior Court. Dr. Schlegelberger, who had been convicted of war crimes by the Nuernberg Military Tribunal, was rearrested recently, and indicted on a charge that he had ordered the execution of a Jewish laborer, Markus Luftglass, in 1941.

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