Karl Bömelburg (28 October 1885, Elberfeld, today merged with Wuppertal - 1946) was the head of the Gestapo in France during World War II. He notably had authority over section IV J, charged with the deportation of the Jews, for which Alois Brunner (sent in 1943 by Heinrich Müller) was responsible. His aliases included Charles Bois, Mollemburg, and Bennelburger.

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