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*2798-PS;  German Foreign Office minutes of the meeting
between Hitler and President Hacha of Czechoslovakia, 15
March 1939. (USA 118; GB 5). Vol. V, Pg. 433

2926-PS;  Decree concerning the care of children begotten by
members of the Wehrmacht Personnel in Occupied Territories,
28 July 1942. 1942 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 488. Vol.
V, Pg. 592

*2943-PS;  Documents Numbers 55, 57, 62, 65, 66, 73, 77 and
79 in the French Yellow Book. Excerpts from eight dispatches
from M. Coulondre, the French Ambassador in Berlin, to the
French Foreign Office, between 13 March 1939 and 18 March
1939. (USA 114). Vol. V, Pg. 608

                                                  [Page 556]

*3012-PS;  Order signed Christiansen, 19 March 1943, to all
group leaders of Security Service, and record of telephone
conversation signed by Stapj, 11 March 1943. (USA 190). Vol.
V, Pg. 731

3019-PS;  Announcement of Keitel as Chief of Wehrmacht,
published in The Archives, Vol. 18, p. 860. Vol. V, Pg. 737

3020-PS;  Fuehrer's speech in Reichstag on 19 July 1940,
published in The Archives, Vol. 76, p. 386. Vol. V, Pg. 737

**3047-PS;  File notes on conference in Fuehrer's train on
12 September 1939; report on execution of Jews in Borrisow;
and entries from diary of Admiral Canaris. (USA 80)
(Referred to but not offered in evidence.) Vol. V, Pg. 766

*3702-PS;  Affidavit of Colonel-General Franz Halder, 7
November 1945. (USA 531). Vol. VI, Pg. 411

*3704-PS;  Affidavit of Field Marshal Werner von Blomberg, 7
November 1945. (USA 536). Vol. VI, Pg. 414

*3705-PS;  Affidavit of Field Marshal Walter von
Brauchitsch, 7 November 1945. (USA 535). Vol. VI, Pg. 415

*3707-PS;  Affidavit of Colonel-General Franz Halder, 13
November 1945. (USA 533). Vol. VI, Pg. 419

*3786-PS;  Stenographic transcript of a meeting in the
Fuehrer's Headquarters, 27 January 1945. (USA 787). Vol. VI,
Pg. 655

*C-2;  Examples of violations of International Law and
proposed counter propaganda, issued by OKW, October 1938.
(USA 90). Vol. VI, Pg. 799

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C-6;  Order by Keitel for intensified sea and air measures
in connection with Fall "Gelb", 30 December 1939. Vol. VI,
Pg. 816

*C-10;  OKW directive, 28 November 1939, signed by Keitel,
subject: Employment of 7th Flieger Division. (GB 108). Vol.
VI, Pg. 817

*C-39;  Timetable for Barbarossa, approved by Hitler and
signed by Keitel. (USA 138). Vol. VI, Pg. 857

C-48;  Order signed by Keitel, 30 November 1944, concerning
sabotage in Norway and Denmark. Vol. VI, Pg. 870

*C-50;  Covering letters and Order of 13 May 1941, signed by
Keitel on ruthless treatment of civilians in the USSR for
offenses committed by them. (USA 554; GB 162). Vol. VI, Pg.

C-51;  Order signed by Keitel, 27 July 1941, for destruction
of all copies of Order of 13 May 1941 (document C-50)
without affecting its validity. Vol. VI, Pg.875

*C-52;  Order signed by Keitel, 23 July 1941, to abandon
legal prosecution and punishment in USSR and use terrorism
instead. (GB 485). Vol. VI, Pg. 876

*C-59;  Order signed by Warlimont for execution of operation
"Marita", 19 February 1941. (GB 121). Vol. VI, Pg.879

*C-62;  Directive No. 6 on the conduct of war, signed by
Hitler, 9 October 1939; directive by Keitel, 15 October 1939
on Fall "Gelb". (GB 106). Vol. VI, Pg. 880

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*C-63;  Keitel order on preparation for "Weseruebung", 27
January 1940. (GB 87). Vol. VI, Pg. 883

*C-64;  Raeder's report, 12 December 1939, on meeting of
Naval Staff with Fuehrer. (GB 86). Vol. VI, Pg. 884

*C-72;  Orders postponing "A" day in the West, November 1939
to May 1940. (GB 109). Vol. VI, Pg. 893

*C-75;  OKW Order No. 24 initialled Jodl, signed Keitel, 5
March 1941, concerning collaboration with Japan. (USA 151).
Vol. VI, Pg. 906

*C-78;  Schmundt's Order of 9 June 1941, convening
conference on Barbarossa on 14 June. (USA 139). Vol. VI, Pg.

*C-102;  Document signed by Hitler relating to operation
"Otto", 11 March 1938. (USA 74). Vol. VI, Pg. 911

*C-103;  Directive signed by Jodl, 11 March 1938, on conduct
towards Czech or Italian troops in Austria. (USA 75). Vol.
VI, Pg. 913

*C-120;  Directives for Armed Forces 193940 for "Fall
Weiss", operation against Poland. (GB 41). Vol. VI, Pg. 916

*C-126;  Preliminary Time Table for "Fall Weiss" and
directions for secret mobilization. (GB 45). Vol. VI, Pg.

*C-134;  Letter from Jodl enclosing memorandum on conference
between German and Italian Generals on 19 January  1941 and
subsequent speech by Hitler, 20 January  1941. (GB 119).
Vol. VI, Pg. 939

*C-136;  OKW Order on preparations for war, 21 October 1938,
signed by Hitler and initialled by Keitel. (USA 104). Vol.
VI, Pg. 947

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*C-137;  Keitel's appendix of 24 November 1938 to Hitler
Order of 21 October 1938. (GB 33). Vol. VI, Pg. 949

*C-138;  Supplement of 17 December 1938, signed by Keitel,
to 21 October Order of the OKW. (USA 105). Vol. VI, Pg. 950

*C-148;  Keitel Order, 16 September 1941, subject: Communist
Insurrection in Occupied Territories. (USA 555). Vol. VI,
Pg. 961

*C-152;  Extract from Naval War Staff files, 18 March 1941,
concerning audience of C-in-C of Navy with Hitler on 18
March 1941. (GB 122). Vol. VI, Pg. 966

*C-167;  Report of meeting between Raeder and Hitler, 18
March 1941. (GB 122). Vol. VI, Pg. 977

*C-174;  Hitler Order for operation "Weseruebung", 1 March
1940. (GB 89). Vol. VI, Pg. 1003

*C-175;  OKW Directive for Unified Preparation for War 1937-
1938, with covering letter from von Blomberg, 24 June 1937.
(USA 69). Vol. VI, Pg. 1006

*C-182;  Directive No. 2 from Supreme Commander Armed
Forces, initialled Jodl, 11 March 1938. (USA 77). Vol. VI,
Pg. 1017

*C-194;  Orders by Keitel and Commander-in-Chief of Navy, 6
March 1936, for Navy cooperation in Rhineland occupation.
(USA 55). Vol. VI, Pg. 1019

*D-39;  Telegrams relating to activities against partisans
in Italy. (GB 275). Vol. VI, Pg. 1023

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*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-730;  Statement of PW Walther Grosche, 11 December 1945.
(GB 279). Vol. VII, Pg. 177

*D-731;  Statement of PW Ernst Walde, 13 December 1945. (GB
278). Vol. VII, Pg. 183

*D-735;  Memorandum of conference between German Foreign
Minister and Count Ciano in presence of Keitel and Marshal
Cavallero, 19 December 1942. (GB 295). Vol. VII, Pg. 190

*D-763;  Circular of OKW, 18 August 1944, regarding penal
jurisdiction of non-German civilians in Occupied
Territories. (GB 300). Vol. VII, Pg. 222

*D-764;  Circular of OKW, 18 August 1944, concerning
combatting of "terrorists" and "saboteurs" in Occupied
Territories and jurisdiction relative thereto. (GB 299).
Vol. VII, Pg. 223

*D-765;  Directives of OKW, 2 September 1944, regarding
offenses by non-German civilians in Occupied Territories.
(GB 302). Vol. VII, Pg. 225

*D-766;  Circular of OKW, 4 September 1944, regarding
offenses by non-German civilians in Occupied Territories.
(GB 301). Vol. VII, Pg. 226

*D-767;  Memorandum, 13 September 1944, on offenses by non-
German civilians in Occupied Territories. (GB 303). Vol.
VII, Pg. 228

*D-769;  Telegram signed by Gen. Christiansen, 21 September
1940, relative to application of capital punishment in
connection with Railway strike in Holland. (GB 304). Vol.
VII, Pg. 229

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*D-770;  Circular, 24 September 1944, on offenses of non-
German civilians in Occupied Territories. (GB 305). Vol.
VII, Pg. 229

*D-774;  Directive of Chief of OKW to German Foreign Office
at Salzburg, on treatment of Allied "Terrorist"-flyers, 14
June 1944. (GB 307). Vol. VII, Pg. 231

*D-775;  Draft of directive, 14 June 1944, from OKW to
Supreme Commander of "Luftwaffe", regarding treatment of
Allied "Terrorist"-flyers. (GB 308). Vol. VII, Pg. 232

*D-776;  Draft of directive of Chief of OKW, 15 June 1944,
to German Foreign Office at Salzburg, concerning treatment
of Allied "Terrorist"-flyers. (GB 309). Vol. VII, Pg. 233

*D-777;  Draft of directive, 15 June 1944, from OKW to
Supreme Commander of "Luftwaffe" concerning treatment of
Allied "Terrorist"-flyers. (GB 310). Vol. VII, Pg. 234

*D-779;  Letter from Reichsmarshal to Chief of OKW, 19
August 194, regarding treatment of- Allied "Terrorist"-
flyers. (GB 312). Vol. VII, Pg. 235

*D-780;  Draft of communication from Ambassador Ritter,
Salzburg, to Chief of OKW, 20 June 1944, on treatment of
Allied "Terrorist"-flyers. (GB 313). Vol. VII, Pg. 236

*D-781;  Note of OKW to Supreme Commander of "Luftwaffe", 23
June 1944, regarding treatment of Allied "Terrorist"-flyers.
(GB 314). Vol. VII, Pg. 239

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*D-782;  Note from German Foreign Office, Salzburg, 25 June
1944, to OKW. (GB 315). Vol. VII, Pg. 239

*D-783;  Note of a telephone communication, 26 June 1944,
with regard to treatment of "Terrorist"-aviators. (GB 316).
Vol. VII, Pg. 240

*D-784;  Note from Operation Staff of OKW signed Warlimont,
30 June 1944, concerning treatment of Allied "Terrorist"-
flyers. (GB 317). Vol. VII, Pg.240

*D-785;  Note from OKW to Supreme Commander of "Luftwaffe",
4 July 1944, concerning "Terror"-flyers. (GB 318). Vol. VII,
Pg. 241

*D-786;  Note, 5 July 1944, on "Terror"-flyers. (GB 319).
Vol. VII, Pg. 242

*EC-177;  Minutes of second session of Working Committee of
the Reich Defense held on 26 April 1933. (USA 390). Vol.
VII, Pg. 328

*EC-194;  Secret memorandum of Keitel concerning use of
prisoners of war in the war industry, 31 October 1941. (USA
214). Vol. VII, Pg. 336

*EC-286;  Correspondence between Schacht and Goering, March-
April 1937, concerning price control. (USA 833). Vol. VII,
Pg. 380

EC-338;  Memorandum of 15 September 1941 from Canaris to
Keitel concerning an OKW Order regulating the treatment of
Soviet prisoners of war. Vol. VII, Pg. 411

*EC-406;  Minutes of Eleventh Meeting of Reichs Defense
Council, 6 December 1935. (USA 772). Vol. VII, Pg. 455

*EC-407;  Minutes of Twelfth Meeting of Reichs Defense
Council, 14 May 1936. (GB 247). Vol. VII, Pg. 462

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**L-3;  Contents of Hitler's talk to Supreme Commander and
Commanding Generals, Obersalzberg, 22 August 1939. (USA 28)
Referred to but not offered in evidence.). Vol. VII, Pg. 752

*L-52;  Memorandum and Directives for conduct of war in the
West, 9 October 1939. (USA 540). Vol. VII, Pg. 800

*L-79;  Minutes of conference, 23 May 1939, "Indoctrination
on the political situation and future aims". (USA 27). Vol.
VII, Pg.847

*L-90;  Fuehrer decree, February 1942, concerning
prosecution of offenses in Occupied Territory; "First
Ordinance" signed by Keitel for execution of the directive;
memorandum of 12 December 1941,signed by Keitel. (USA 503).
Vol. VII, Pg. 871

*L-158;  Circular letter from SIPO and SD Commander of Radom
District, 28 March 1944, concerning measures to be taken
against escaped officers and non-commissioned officer PWs.
(USA 514). Vol. VII, Pg. 906

L-179;  Letter from RSHA to police officials, 5 November
1942, concerning criminal procedure against Pole and members
of Eastern people. Vol. VII, Pg. 976

*L-211;  OKW circular entitled Direction of War as Problem
of Organization, 19 April 1938. (GB 161). Vol. VII, Pg. 1043

*L-221;  Bormann report on conference of 16 July 1941,
concerning treatment of Eastern populations and territories.
(USA 317). Vol. VII, Pg. 1086

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*R-100;  Minutes of instructions given by Hitler to General
von Brauchitsch on 25 March 1939. (USA 121). Vol. VIII, Pg.

*UK-20;  Keitel Order on treatment of supporters of De
Gaulle who fight for Russians, 26 May 1943. (GB 163). Vol.
VIII, Pg. 538

*UK-57;  Keitel directives, 4 January 1944 and 21 April
1944, concerning counteraction to Kharkov show trial. (GB
164). Vol. VIII, Pg. 539

*UK-66;  Report of British War Crimes Section of Allied
Force Headquarters on German reprisals for partisan activity
in Italy. (GB 274). Vol. VIII, Pg. 572

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 I;  Affidavit of Leopold Buerkner, 22 January
1946. Vol. VIII, Pg. 647

Statement III;  The Origin of the Directives of the Supreme
Command of the Armed Forces, by Wilhelm Keitel, Nurnberg, 15
September 1945. Vol. VIII, Pg. 669

Statement IV;  The Position and Powers of the Chief of the
OKW, by Wilhelm Keitel, Nurnberg, 9 October 1945. Vol. VIII,
Pg. 672

Statement V;  Notes Concerning Actions of German Armed
Forces During the War and in Occupied Territory, by Wilhelm
Keitel, Nurnberg, 19 October 1945. Vol. VIII, Pg. 678

Statement: VI;  The Relationship Between Canaris and Keitel,
by Erwin Lahousen, Nurnberg, 23 October 1945. Vol. VIII, Pg.

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Statement IX;  My Relationship to Adolf Hitler and to the
Party, by Erich Raeder, Moscow, fall 1945. Vol. VIII, Pg.

**Chart No. 7;  Organization of the Wehrmacht 1938-1945.
(Enlargement displayed to Tribunal.). Vol. VIII, Pg. 776

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