Archive/File: imt/nca/nca-06/nca-06-3570-ps Last-Modified: 1997/06/25 Nazi Conspiracy & Aggression, Volume VI Partial Translation of Document 3570-PS EXCERPTS FROM INTERROGATION TESTIMONY OF WILHELM STUCKART, FORMER STATE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR, taken at OBERURSEL, 21 September 1945 ******* [Page 3] The exceptions granted amount as far as I know to several hundred, probably to a few thousand. Special exceptions were made for the armed forces, which as far as I know were very numerous. ******* [Page 4] The case Milch was a rectification of descent based on a sworn affidavit of the Aryan mother or father and on other [Page 264] proof that the natural father was not the Jewish husband but a man of German blood. Goering had requested that such procedure should take place. ******* [Page 6] As far as I know the officials for the new territories were selected by the personnel office according to their qualifications, their physical condition, and maybe also their knowledge of the language.
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