Archive/File: imt/nca/nca-02/nca-02-15-criminality-05-17 Last-Modified: 1996/12/28 *2788-PS; Notes of conference in the Foreign Office between Ribbentrop, Konrad Henlein, K. H. Frank and others on program for Sudeten agitation, 29 March 1938. (USA 95) Vol. V, Pg. 422 *2825-PS; Soldier's Friend -- pocket diary for German Armed Forces with calendar for 1943. (USA 441) Vol. V, Pg. 462 2946-PS; Decree relating to Special Jurisdiction in Penal Matters for members of SS and for members of Police Groups on Special Tasks of 17 June 1939. 1939 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 2107. Vol. V, Pg. 625 2947-PS; Second decree for implementation of decrees relating to Special jurisdiction in Penal Matters for members of SS and members of Police Groups on special tasks of 17 April 1940.1940 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 659. Vol. V, Pg. 627 [Page 244] *2949-PS; Transcripts of telephone calls from Air Ministry, 11 March 1938-14 March 1938. (USA 76) Vol. V, Pg. 628 *2950-PS; Affidavit of Frick, 19 November 1945. (USA 448) Vol. V, Pg. 654 *2968-PS; Memorandum from US Army officer concerning plaque erected in Austrian Chancellery in memoriam to killers of Dollfuss. (USA 60) Vol. V, Pg. 677 *2997-PS; Supplementary report of Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force, Court of Inquiry, concerning shooting of Allied Prisoners of War in Normandy, France. (USA 472) Vol. V, Pg. 716 *3051-PS; Three teletype orders from Heydrich to all stations of State Police, 10 November 1938, on measures against Jews, and one order from Heydrich on termination of protest actions. (USA 240) Vol. V, Pg. 797 *3059-PS; German Foreign Office memorandum, 19 August 1938, on payments to Henlein's Sudeten German Party between 1935 and 1938. (USA 96) Vol. V, Pg. 855 *3429-PS; Extract from The SS Calls You. (USA 446) Vol. VI, Pg. 133 3815-PS; Report of the SS, 25 April 1942, concerning the activities of Hans Frank in Poland. Vol. VI, Pg. 745 *3839-PS; Statement of Josef Spacil, 9 November 1945, concerning the meaning of "resettlement" and "special treatment". (USA 799) Vol. VI, Pg. 774 *3840-PS; Statement of Karl Kaleske, 24 February 1946, concerning the elimination of the Warsaw Ghetto. (USA 803) Vol. VI, Pg. 775 [Page 245] *3841-PS; Statement of SS and Polizeifuehrer Juergen Stroop, 24 February 1946, concerning elimination of the Warsaw Ghetto. (USA 804) Vol. VI, Pg. 776 *3842-PS; Statement of Fritz Mundhenke, 7 March 1946, concerning the activities of Kaltenbrunner and SS in preparation for occupation of Czechoslovakia. (USA 805) Vol. VI, Pg. 778 *3868-PS; Affidavit of Rudolf Franz Ferdinand Hoess, 5 April 1946, concerning execution of 3,000,000 people at Auschwitz Extermination Center. (USA 819) Vol. VI, Pg. 787 *3870-PS; Affidavit of Hans Marsalek, 8 April 1946, concerning Mauthausen Concentration Camp and dying statement of Franz Ziereis, the Commandant. (USA 797) Vol. VI, Pg. 790 *D-569; File of circulars from Reichsfuehrer SS, the OKW, Inspector of Concentration Camps, Chief of Security Police and SD, dating from 29 October 1941 through 22 February 1944, relative to procedure in cases of unnatural death of Soviet PW, execution of Soviet PW, etc. (GB 277) Vol. VII, Pg. 74 *D-665; Hitler's license for the SS. (GB 280) Vol. VII, Pg. 170 *D-745-A; Deposition of Anton Kaindl, 8 March 1946, concerning SS personnel supervising concentration camps. (USA 811) Vol. VII, Pg. 208 *D-745-B; Deposition of Anton Kaindl, 19 March 1946, concerning SS personnel supervising concentration camps. (USA 812) Vol. VII, Pg. 209 *D-746-A; Deposition of Fritz Suhren, 8 March 1946, concerning SS personnel supervising concentration camps. (USA 813) Vol. VII, Pg. 209 [Page 246] *D-746-B; Deposition of Fritz Suhren, 19 March 1946, concerning SS personnel supervising concentration camps. (USA 814) Vol. VII, Pg. 210 *D-748; Affidavit of Karl Totzauer, 15 March 1946, concerning SS personnel supervising concentration camps. (USA 816) Vol. VII, Pg. 211 *D-749-B; Statement of Rudolf Hoess, 20 March 1946, concerning SS personnel supervising concentration camps. (USA 817) Vol. VII, Pg. 212 *D-750; Deposition of August Harbaum, 19 March 1946, concerning SS personnel supervising concentration camps. (USA 818) Vol. VII, Pg. 213 *L-18; Official report, Katzmann to General of Police Krueger, 30 June 1943, concerning "Solution of Jewish Question in Galicia". (USA 277) Vol. VII, Pg. 755 *L-49; Affidavit of Otto Hoffman, Chief of SS Main Office for Race and Settlement, 4 August 1945. (USA 473) Vol. VII, Pg. 795 *L-103; Letter, 12 September 1944, concerning experiments with Akonitinnitrate-bullets. (USA 467) Vol. VII, Pg. 877 L-156; Circular letter from Office of Commissioner for Four- Year Plan, 26 March 1943, concerning removal of Jews to labor camps. Vol. VII, Pg. 905 *L-180; Report by SS Brigade Commander Stahlecker to Himmler, "Action Group A", 15 October 1941.(USA 276) Vol. VII, Pg. 978 L-198; State Department Dispatch by Consul General Messersmith, 14 March 1933, concerning molesting of American citizens in Berlin. Vol. VII, Pg. 1026 L-201; Excerpts from Berlin newspapers, April 1933, concerning violence against Jews and discrimination against politically undesirable professors. Vol. VII, Pg. 1035 [Page 247] *L-273; Report of American Consul General in Vienna to Secretary of State, 26 July 1938, concerning anniversary of assassination of Chancellor Dollfuss. (USA 59) Vol. VII, Pg. 1035 *L-361; Three documents concerning the formation of the RSHA, Himmler, 27 September 1939; Heydrich, 23 and 27 September 1939 (USA 478) Vol. VII, Pg. 1109 *R-102; Report on activities of The Task Forces of SIPO and SD in USSR, 1 October 1941-31 October 1941. (USA 470) Vol. VIII, Pg. 96 *R-112; Orders issued by Reich Commissioner for the Consolidation of German nationhood, 16 February 1942, 1 July 1942, 28 July 1942. (USA 309) Vol. VIII, Pg. 108 *R-114; Memoranda of conferences, 4 August 1942 and 18 August 1942, concerning directions for treatment of deported Alsatians. (USA 314) Vol. VIII, Pg. 122 *R-124; Speer's conference minutes of Central Planning Board, 1942 concerning labor supply. (USA 179) Vol. VIII, Pg. 146 *R-129; Letter and enclosure from Pohl to Himmler, 30 April 1942, concerning concentration camps. (USA 217) 198 *R-135; Letter to Rosenberg enclosing secret reports from Kube on German atrocities in the East, 18 June 1943, found in Himmler's personal files. (USA 289) Vol. VIII, Pg. 205 R-143; Himmler decree, 1 December 1939, concerning procedure for confiscation of works of art, archives, and documents. Vol. VIII, Pg. 246 [Page 248] Affidavit A; Affidavit of Erwin Lahousen, 21 January 1946, substantially the same as his testimony on direct examination before the International Military Tribunal at Nurnberg 30 November 1945 and 1 December 1945. Vol. VIII, Pg. 587 Affidavit B; Affidavit of Otto Ohlendorf, 20 November 1945, substantially the same as his testimony on direct examination before the International Military Tribunal at Nurnberg 3 January 1946. Vol. VIII, Pg. 596 Affidavit F; Affidavit of Josef Dietrich, 30 November 1945-1 December 1945. Vol. VIII, Pg. 631 Affidavit G; Affidavit of Fritz Ernst Fischer, 21 November 1945. Vol. VIII, Pg.635 Statement IX; My Relationship to Adolf Hitler and to the Party, by Erich Raeder, Moscow, fall 1945. Vol. VIII, Pg. 707 *Chart No. 1; National Socialist German Workers' Party. (2903-PS; USA 2) Vol. VIII, Pg. 770 *Chart No. 3; Organization of the SS. (USA 445) Vol. VIII, Pg. 772 *Chart No. 5; Position of Kaltenbrunner and the Gestapo and SD in the German Police System. (USA 498) Vol. VIII, Pg. 774 *Chart No. 16; The Structure of the German Police. (1852-PS; USA 449) End of VIII *Chart No. 19; Organization of the Security Police (Gestapo and Kripo) and the SD 1948-1945. (2346-PS; USA 480) End of VIII
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