Ernst Weiner

Ernst Josef Albert Weiner (1913 – 17 December 1945) was a German SS Hauptsturmführer during World War II, most noted for his role in the Sicherheitspolizei in Norway during the occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany.
As a head of the intelligence department Sipo IV N in the Sicherheitspolizei in Oslo,[1] Weiner was involved in the retaliation operation Blumenpflücken, and personally conducted the first four murders; on Einar Hærland, Sigurd Roll, Gunnar Spangen and Sigrid Hammerø.[2] Arnfinn Moland does not include Hammerø in his book about liquidations.[3]
In 1945, the occupation ended and Weiner was arrested. He was interrogated as a part of the legal purge in Norway after World War II, but never convicted, as he shot and killed himself and a fellow prisoner on 17 December 1945.[4]
References[edit]

^ Moland, Arnfinn (1999). Over grensen? (in Norwegian). Oslo: Orion. p. 45. ISBN 82-458-0337-5. 
^ Nøkleby, Berit (1995). “Blumenpflücken”. In Dahl, Hans Fredrik. Norsk krigsleksikon 1940-45. Oslo: Cappelen. Retrieved 5 July 2010. 
^ Moland, 1999: p. 285
^ Nøkleby, Berit (1995). “Weiner, Ernst Josef Albert”. In Dahl, Hans Fredrik. Norsk krigsleksikon 1940-45. Oslo: Cappelen. Archived from the original on 26 May 2011. Retrieved 5 July 2010. 

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