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          Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression, Volume 6

                                         [Page 96]
The Chief of the Security
Police and of the Security Service (SD)
IV A 36-a-2474/44

To all Commanders of the Security Police
state Police-Main-Agencies [Staatspolizei-leit- stellen]
the Chiefs of the Security (police?)
the Task Force LUXEMBURG.

Through message center
     to the Inspectors of the Security Police
     to the Department I (Organization)
     to the Business Office IV (2 Copies)

Subject:  Arrest of Plant Directors.

It has happened repeatedly the arrest of plant
directors of plants important for the war has not
been reported promptly.  In reply to the inquiries
of Reich agencies, such as the Reich Ministry for
Aviation, the Military Court for special purposes
(z.b.V.) of the Air Corps, ect., about the facts
of the case, no information could be given.
Return inquires, which wasted time, were

I therefore decree, that the arrest of plant
directors of plants important for the war and the
arrest of other leading persons of the armament
industry, who are occupied with tasks important
for the war, be reported at once by urgent
teletype (BLITZ-FS) with the reasons mentioned.
At the same time it is to be mentioned.  At the
same time it is to be mentioned, whether it is a
question of an armament plant of the aviation

                            /s/  DR. KALTENBRUNNER
                      [Seal]  Authenticated ROESEL
                              Chancellery Employee

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