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Two leading Nazi's commit

Two leading Nazi's commit suicide. General Otto von Stulpnagel, 70 (left), Military Governor of Greater Paris during the Nazi occupation, and General Johannes Blaskowitz, 64 (right), Commander of the German Eighth Army in the invasion of Poland, have both created war crime courts by committing suicide. Blaskowitz, one of the 14 German War Chiefs, committed suicide Feb. 5 (the day the trial opened) by jumping from the top floor of Nürenberg Prison. Stulpnagel, facing charges of a long list of murders and other acts of violence during the German occupation of Paris, was found hanged in his cell at Cherche-Midi Military Prison, Paris, today, Feb. 6. More than a score of leading Nazi's have now committed suicide.
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