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LIST OF EXHIBITS SUBMITTED IN THE TRIAL OF ADOLF EICHMANN


T/1  Text of United Nations Security Council Resolution of
23.6.1960  (Vol. I, p. 11)

T/2  Letter from Defence Counsel of 22.12.60 requesting
permission to represent Eichmann  (Vol. I, p. 13)

T/3  Statement by Eichmann expressing readiness to be tried
before an Israeli Court; May 1960  (Vol. I, p. 13)

T/4  Official announcement by Governments of Argentina and
Israel that incident concerning Eichmann was considered
closed; 3.8.60 (Vol. I, p. 21)

T/5  Government of Israel's reply to letter of 24.10.50 from
the U.S. Embassy, requesting the Government of Israel to
join in recognizing the termination of the state of war with
Germany (together with annexures)  (Vol. I, p. 50)

T/6  Affidavit of Dr. Meir Verite, accompanied by notebooks
(B06-1574, Vol.I , p. 120)

T/7  Affidavit of Dr. Joseph Kermish; 16.4.61 (B06-1577,
Vol. I, p. 120)

T/8  Specimen of  "specification lists" of contents of
microfilms  (Vol. I, p. 121)

T/9  List of contents of microfilms (35 pages) from German
Foreign Ministry (Vol. I, p. 121)

T/10  List of excerpts of documents from I.M.G. (Vol. I, p.
122)

T/11  Affidavits of Majors Coogan and Niebergall given at
the Nuremberg Trials  (Vol. I, p. 122)

T/12  Declaration of Dr. Kempner given at Bureau 06; 26.1.61
(B06-1425, Vol. I, p. 123)

T/13  Affidavit of Mr. Gershon Shapira concerning files and
documents he photographed at the State Archives in Nuremberg
(16 pages); 24.3.61 (B06-1521, Vol. p. 123)

T/14  Affidavit of Dr. Kermish concerning documents received
from the Nuremberg Archives; 16.4.61 (B06-1576, Vol. I, p.
124)

T/15  List of documents from Nuremberg Subsequent Trials
microfilms (Vol. I, p. 124)

T/16  List of Nuremberg defence and prosecution documents,
confirmed by Dr. Kempner  (Vol. I, p. 124)

T/17  List of documents received from U.S. National Archives
(Vol. I, p. 124)

T/18  Affidavit of Wayne C. Grover, Archivist of the United
States; 4.10.60 (B06-1581, Vol. I, p. 124)

T/19  List of microfilm enlargements from the Alexandria
Repository  of the United States National Archives (Vol. I,
p. 125)

T/20  List of documents received from Czechoslovakia,
Hungary, Italy, Poland and Yugoslavia (6 pages) (Vol. I, p.
125)

T/21  List of documents received from Berlin Documentation
Centre (Vol. I, p. 125)

T/22  Affidavit of Dr. Joseph Kermish, with list of
documents delivered to Bureau 06 by Yad Vashem; 16 April
1961 (B06-1573, Vol. I, p, 125)

T/23  Affidavit of Miriam Nowitz concerning documents
delivered to Bureau 06 by Kibbutz Lohamei ha-Getta'ot (B06-
1578, Vol. I, p. 125)

T/24  Affidavits of Messrs. Billig and Poliakov; 18.7.60
(B06-1504, Vol. I, p. 125)

T/25  Affidavit of Dr. Avraham Alsberg; 28.3.61 (B06-1554,
Vol. I, p. 12)

T/26  Affidavit of Dr. Joseph Kermish and Mrs. Alsberg;
16.4.61 (B06-1575, Vol. I, p. 126)

T/27  List of original documents received from Centre de
Documentation Juive Contemporaire(CJM) (Vol. I, p. 126)

T/28  List of microfilms received from Centre de
Documentation Juive Contemporaire  (Vol. I, p. 126)

T/29  List of documents received from the Rijksinstituut
voor Oorlogsdocumentatie, Amsterdam (B06-1579,  Vol. I, p.
126)

T/30  List of documents received from Dr. Josef Loewenherz,
Vienna (BO6-1580, Vol. I, p. 126)

T/31  Affidavit of Mr. Isaac E. Wahler concerning Wuerzburg
Gestapo Documents; 5.12.60 (B06-1295, Vol. I, p. 127)

T/32  List of documents from volumes supplied by Mr. Isaac
E. Wahler (Vol. I, p. 127)

T/33  List of documents received from the United Restitution
Organization  (Vol. I, p. 127)

T/34  Affidavit by Mr. Simon Wiesenthal; 13.4.61 (B06-1572,
Vol. I, p, 127)

T/35  List of documents received from various sources
(Vol. I, p. 127)

T/36  Opinion of Mr. Avraham Hagag, handwriting expert, on
the signatures and handwriting of 12 persons (BO6-1506, Vol.
I, p. 128)

T/37  Cartons of tapes containing Eichmann's Statement to
the Israel Police interrogators  (1) Carton No. 1:
Eichmann's Statement pp. 1-2180; (2) Carton No. 2:
Eichmann's Statement pp. 2181-3564; Copy of tape 77, 1-33.
Also three typed copies of the Statement and two copies of
the Hebrew translation  (Vol. 1, p. 132)

T37(1-317)  Documents shown to Adolf Eichmann during his
interrogation, the majority of which were submitted during
the course of the trial.

T/37(1) Excerpt from personal registry, signed by Eichmann.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/55(10). (B06-17, Vol. I, p. 192)

T/37(2)  Eichmann's biographical notes (2 pages). Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/55(7) (B06-18,
Vol. I, p. 192)

T/37(3)  Questionnaire regarding Eichmann's personal
details. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/55(9) (B06-20, Vol. I, p. 192)

T/37(4)  Questionnaire regarding Eichmann's personal
details. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/55(8) (B06-19, Vol. I, p. 192)

T/37(5)  List of Eichmann's promotions in rank 1932-1944.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/55(5)
(Berlin  Document Centre, B06-22, Vol. I, p. 192)

T/37(6)  Form containing Eichmann's family history (6 pages)
as proof of his "Arian" background required for registration
for marriage (B06-21, Statement p. 319)

T/37(7)  Photograph of Eichmann identified by witness
Avraham Gordon. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/1152 (Vol. III, p. 177)

T/37(8)  Report on Eichmann's journey to Palestine; 4.11.37,
54 pages (B06-2, Statement p. 431)

T/37(9)  Instructions from Six to Hagen and Eichmann
concerning the Jewish informant Feivel Polkes (B06-38,
Statement p. 350)

T/37(10)  Roethke to Eichmann, to the Inspector of
Concentration Camps in Oranienburg, and to the Auschwitz
concentration camp, reporting the departure of a train
carrying 1,000 Jews, among them Leon Blum's brother; Paris,
23.9.42. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/455 (CJM, BO6-37, Statement p. 410, Vol. II, p. 595)

T/37(11)  Statement by Wisliceny regarding Eichmann's
relations with the Mufti; 26.7.46. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/89 (B06-129, Vol. I, p.
243)

T/37(12) Declaration on change of religion by Eichmann's
wife; 13.11.43 (BO6-137, Statement pp. 570, 3394)

T/37(13)  Letter from Eichmann in the matter of Roger Masse;
2.12.42 (BO6-136, Statement, p. 575)

T/37(14)  Letter from Eichmann to Foreign Ministry
concerning Hungarian nationals suspected of being Jewish,
and whom he proposes to deport; Berlin, 2,2,43. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/764 (B06-135,
Vol. II, p. 775)

T/37(15)  Eichmann requests von Thadden to instruct Richter
to prevent the emigration of the Jew Ausschnitt; 2.6.43.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/1060
(K-342071-2, TK-520, B06-133, Vol. II, p. 880)

T/37(16)  Letter from Eichmann to von Thadden arguing
against compliance with the Romanian Government's request
not to deport the Romanian Jew Rosenthal from France;
Berlin, 10.9.43 Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/491 (K-34222/3, BO6-132, Vol. II, p. 602)

T/37(17)  Letter from Eichmann to von Thadden following an
inquiry by the Romanian Consulate General as to the
whereabouts of a Romanian Jew; Berlin, 30.9.43. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/345 (K-342159,
BO6-131, Vol. I, p. 524)

T/37(18)  Letter from Eichmann to von Thadden concerning the
treatment of the family of the Dutch Jew, Fritz Hochheimer;
Berlin, 7.1.44. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/564 (K-340103, BO6-130, Statement 597, Vol. II, p.
635)

T/37(19)  Letter from Eichmann to Foreign Ministry
concerning Israel Hirschberg, a Jew employed by the Thai
Embassy; Berlin, 23.3.43. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/771 (B06-134, Vol. II, p. 776)

T/37(20)  Letter from Eichmann to Rademacher regarding
Italian entry visas for German Jews in Yugoslavia; Berlin,
12.3.41. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/679 (K-339131 TK-517, B06-66, Vol. II, p. 701)

T/37(21)  Minute by Dannecker on the deportation of 1,000
Jews from Compiegne to the East; Paris, 10.3.42. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/403 (CJM, BO6-
54, Statement 610,  Vol. II, p. 571)

T/37(22)  Telegram from Eichmann to Dr. Knochen concerning
the fate of 11 Serbs and 34 Yugoslav Jews in the internment
camp in Compiegne, and the suggested deportation of the
latter to Auschwitz; Berlin, 18.3.42. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/409 (CJM, BO6-55, Statement
630, Vol. II, p. 572)

T/37(23)  Correspondence between Eichmann and Dannecker
concerning a meeting of the European representatives to
discuss  guidelines for carrying out deportations; 23.5.42-
4.6.42. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/418 (CJM, BO6-56, Vol. II, p. 573)

T/37(24)  Correspondence between Dannecker and Eichmann
concerning the feasibility of dispatching 3,000 Jews from
France; Paris-Berlin, 17-18.6.42.  Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/421 (CJM, BO6-57, Vol. II,
p. 574)

T/37(25)  Eichmann to the Paris office of the SD cancelling
the meeting with Dannecker called for 2 July 1942 and that
he will visit Paris on 30 June 1942; Berlin, 26.6.42.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/424
(CJM, BO6-58, Statement 647, 3491, Vol. II, 575)

T/37(26)  Minutes by Eichmann and Dannecker on their
discussion concerning the deportation of Jews from France;
Paris, 1.7.42. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/429
(RF-1223, CJM-534, Statement 682, B06-59, Vol. II, 576)

T/37(27)  Minute by Roethke on a telephone call from
Eichmann in Berlin complaining about the cancellation of a
scheduled deportation train from Bordeaux; Paris, 15.7.42.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/436
(RF-1226, CJM-538, BO6-60, Statement 682, Vol. II, p. 578)

T/37(28)  Letter from Eichmann's representative in Paris
concerning mixed marriages; 29.8.42 (C-II-39, BO6-61,
Statement 688)

T/37(29)  Roethke informs Eichmann of the transport of 997
Jews in the direction of Cholm (copies to the Security
Police commanders in Cracow and Lublin); 23.3.43. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/1420 (C II-35,
B06-62, Vol. IV, p. 1636)

T/37(30)  Roethke informs the Head Office for Reich Security
(Eichmann), as well as the Security Police in Cracow and
Lublin, of the departure of a train with 1,000 Jews in the
direction of Cholm; 25.3.43. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/1421 (CJM-534, B06-63, Vol. IV, p.
1636)

T/37(31)  Letter from Dannecker to Eichmann requesting
instructions regarding the 4,000 children of stateless Jews
who are to be deported from; Paris, 10.7.42. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/438 (CJM-534,
BO6-64, Statement 698, Vol. II, p. 578)

T/37(32)  Minute by Dannecker on a telephone call from
Eichmann and Novak; Paris, 21.7.42. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/439 (C II-38, B06-65, Vol.
II, 579)

T/37(33)  Minute by Ahnert in Paris on a conference of
Specialist Officers on transports of Jews to the East.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/451
(Nuremberg NG-1965, BO6-142, Statement 703, 714 Vol. II, p.
594)

T/37(34)  Interim report by Ahnert on the number of Jews
deported and plans for the coming months; Paris, 3.9.42.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/452
(B06-141, Statement 719, 3489, Vol. II, 595)

T/37(35)   Letter from Eichmann to Dr. Venter, regional
headquarters State Police Duesseldorf, concerning art
objects belonging to Jews; Berlin, 14.8.41. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/712 (DN/WL-299, B06-
140, Statement 726, Vol. II, p. 763)

T/37(36)  Recommendations for Eichmann's promotion in rank.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/55(12)
(B06-27, Vol. I, p. 193)

T/37(37)  Teleprint from Dr. Albath of the State Police
Branch, Duesseldorf, to Eichmann, concerning the dispatch of
1,007 Jews from Duesseldorf to Riga; Duesseldorf, 11.12.41.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/302
(DN/WL-293, BO6-139, Statement 738, Vol. I, p. 487)

T/37(38)  Report by Hauptmann Salitter of the Security
Police on the transport of Jews from Duesseldorf to Riga;
Duesseldorf, 11.12.41 Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/303 (BO6-138, Statement 740, Vol. I, p.
488)

T/37(39)  Report of a meeting at the Head Office for Reich
Security about the deportation of Jews from Germany, Austria
and Czechoslovakia; Duesseldorf, 6.3.42. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/734 (B06-119, Statement
753, Vol. II, p. 769)

T/37(40)  Memorandum from Dannecker to the Foreign Ministry
on the Madagascar Plan; Berlin, 15.8.40. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/174 (TK-325, B06-172,
Statement 790, 2469, Vol. I, p. 318)

T/37(41) Record of Proceedings of the Wannsee Conference.
20.1.42. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/185 (NG-2586, K-210400, TK-325, BO6-74, Statement 817,
849, Vol. I, p. 320)

T/37(42)  Memorandum from Wisliceny to the Legation
Counsellor regarding the confiscation of Jewish movable
property in Slovakia in favour of the State; Bucharest,
28.4.42. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/1058 (K-403544, TK-607, BO6-838, Vol. II p. 899)

T/37(43)  Telex from Richter to Eichmann, reporting that
Marshall Antonescu had ordered Fildermann to be deported,
regardless of his state of health, and the order had been
carried out on 30 May; Bucharest, 31.5.43. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/1059 (K-212762, TK-327,
BO6-148, Statement 1123, Vol. II, p. 880)

T/37(44)  Memo by von Thadden to his section chief,
describing the Gestapo position on emigration of Jewish
children from Romania as conveyed by Eichmann, with
Himmler's approval; Berlin, 14.5.43. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1055 (K-207719, TK-322, BO6-
220, Statement 1131, Vol. II, p. 879)

T/37(45)  Letter from Richter to Eichmann reporting the
dismissal of the Undersecretary of the Navy, an admiral who
was also on the Ministerial Committee on Jewish Affairs, for
co-operating in emigration of Jews to Palestine; Bucharest,
5.3.43. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/1047 (K-206727, TK-321, BO6-184, Statement 1134, Vol. II,
p. 878)

T/37(46)  Telex from Killinger to the German Foreign
Ministry, stating that Lecca's invitation to Eichmann to
visit Bucharest had been approved, and that visit should
take place in January 1943; Bucharest, 7.12.42. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/1030 (K-212665,
TK-327, BO6-215, Statement 1135-6, Vol. II, p. 868)

T/37(47)  Letter from Eichmann to Foreign Ministry stating
that because of pressure of work he was unable to visit
Romania in January; Berlin, 11.1.43. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1044 (K-212693, TK-327, BO6-
224,E Statement 1136, Vol. II, p. 878)

T/37(48)  Letter from Eichmann von Hahn in connection with
information about Jewish activists in Romania negotiating
with Turkey for transit visas for 1,000 children and 100
accompanying staff who are to go to Palestine; 3.3.43.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/1048
(K-207357, TK-321, B06-231, Statement 1138, Vol. II, p. 878)

T/37(49)  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann, forwarding
text of instructions issued to the German legation in
Bucharest, to inform Marshall Antonescu of the reply given
to the British proposal for the emigration of 5,000 Jewish
children to Palestine; Berlin, 17.2.44.  Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/1257 (K-212845-7, TK-
327, BO6-219, Statement 1139, 1142, Vol. II, p. 1138)

T/37(50)  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann, informing him
that the German Minister in Bucharest had protested to the
Romanian Government against the use of Romanian shipping for
transporting Jews to Palestine; Berlin, 3.3.42. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/1255 (K-212716-
7, TK-327,     BO6-218, Statement 1149, 1151, Vol. II, p.
1137)

T/37(51)  Von Thadden sends Eichmann the Romanian
Government's reply regarding the prevention of the
immigration of Jews to Palestine; 17.2.44. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked N/59 (K-212842, TK-327,
B06-149, Statement 1149, 1152, Vol. IV, p. 1504)

T/37(52)  Eichmann writes to Kligenfuss concerning the issue
of allowing Jews to leave areas under German control, citing
the example of several Jews of Spanish nationality in
Yugoslavia, who were on their way from Bulgaria, were
arrested and would be deported; 17.11.42. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/928 (K-340074-5, TK-
518, B06-127, Statement 1153-54, Vol. II, p. 843)

T/37(53) The Foreign Ministry informs the German Ambassador
in Sofia of the appointment of Dannecker as Adviser on
Jewish Affairs; 4.12.42. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked  T/930 (K-207557, TK-321, B06-233,
Statement 1155, Vol. II, p. 843)

T/37(54) On the basis of a telephone conversation with
Eichmann, Dannecker proposes a program for the deportation
of the Jews from Bulgaria; 23.2.43. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/939 (K-207583-5, TK-321,
B06-204, Vol. II, p. 844)

T/37(55) Report from the Sofia Gestapo to the Head Office
for Reich Security, Police Attache's Unit, on the
difficulties made by the Bulgarians concerning the Jewish
deportations; 7.6943. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/943 (K-207639-45, TK-321, B06-191,
Statement 1164-65, Vol. II, p. 844)

T/37(56) Von Hahn informs Eichmann that he has given
instructions to the Ambassador in Sofia to advise the
Bulgarians not to agree to send 5,000 children to Palestine,
as this would contradict German policy vis-a-vis the Arabs;
8.2.43. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/947 (K-207313, TK-321, B06-201, Vol. II, p. 845)

T/37(57) Wagner reports on the activities against the Jews
and their deportation from Bulgaria; 3.4.43. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/940 (K-207591-4,
K-207613-7, TK-321, B06-171, Vol. II, p. 844)

T/37(58) Report by Rademacher to the Foreign Ministry on his
visit to Belgrade; Berlin, 25.10.41. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/883 (NG-3354, K-205167-9,
TK-313, B06-170, (Vol. II, p. 822)

T/37(59) Dannecker's detailed instructions for the
deportation of Jews from France; Paris, 26.6.42. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/425. (RF-1221,
BO6-112, Vol. II, 575)

T/37(60) Correspondence between Eichmann, the Foreign
Ministry, and the German embassy in Paris concerning the
deportation of 6000 Jews from Compiegne to Auschwitz;
9.3.42. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/402 (NG-4954, NG-024, K-210157-63, TK-324, BO6-177, Vol.
II, p. 571)

T/37(61) Minute by Dannecker on a meeting of Specialist
Officers for Jewish Affairs in Eichmann's office; Paris,
10.3.42. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/404 (C II-37 BO6-113, Vol. II p. 571)

T/37(62) Express and secret letter from Eichmann to
Rademacher concerning the deportation to Auschwitz of Jews
from Western Europe; Paris, 22.6.42. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/422 (NG-183, K-210150, TK-
324, BO6-82, Statement 1202, Vol. II, p. 574)

T/37(63) Teleprinter report from Dannecker to Eichmann
concerning deportation from France; Paris, 6.7.42. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/433 (CJM-569,
B06-261, Vol. II, p. 577)

T/37(64) Roethke's review of "the present state of the
Jewish Question in France"; Paris, 6.3.43. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/474 (RF-1230, CJM-534,
BO6-249, Vol. II, p. 598)

T/37(65) Correspondence between the Union Gene@63rale des
Israelites de France, Roethke of Section IV J in Paris, and
Eichmann in the Head Office for Reich Security, concerning
the certification of the whereabouts of Jews deported by the
Germans; November 1942-January 1943. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/464 (CJM-534, BO6-253, Vol.
II, p. 597)

T/37(66) Teleprint from Roethke to Eichmann, concerning the
arrest in Paris of 1,100 Jews of Greek nationality; Paris,
5.11.42. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/459 (CJM-534, B06-258, Vol. II, p. 596)

T/37(67) Telegram from Guenther of IVB4 to Dr. Knochen in
Paris concerning a transport of Jews of Greek nationality;
Berlin, 7.11.42. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/460 (CJM-534, BO6-259, Vol. II, p. 596)

T/37(68) Teleprint from Roethke to Eichmann, advising him
that he intends to deport 3,000 Jews from the Drancy camp to
the East, and asking to confirm the plan and specify the
destination of the transports; Paris, 18.3.43. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/475 (CJM-534,
BO6-264, Vol. II, p. 599)

T/37(69) Telegram from Eichmann to Roethke in Paris
concerning transports of Jews from France. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/476; Berlin, 20.3.43 (C
II-33 BO6-266, Vol. II, p. 599)

T/37(70) Letter from Eichmann to von Thadden commenting on
Ludin's report on the Slovakian bishops Pastoral Letter
(Exhibit T/1106); Berlin, 2.6.43. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1108 (K-213038-9, TK-327,
B06-143, Vol. II, p. 907)

T/37(71) Telegram from Ludin to Foreign Ministry reporting
that Tuka had reiterated his request for a Slovakian
commission to inspect Jewish camps, his purpose being to
refute a statement made in a cabinet meeting alleging that
removal to such camps amounted to physical liquidation;
Bratislava, 22.11.43. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/1109 (K-213033, TK-327, BO6-144, Vol. II,
p. 907)

T/37(72) Eichmann's interim reply to von Thadden stating
that he would look into the matter; Berlin, 8.1.44.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/1110
(K-213030-1, TK-327, B06-145, Vol. II, p. 908)

T/37(73) Eichmann's reply to von Thadden's letter of 14.1.44
regarding the Slovak request to visit Jewish camps in the
Generalgouvernement; Berlin, 7.2.44. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1112 (K-213023-4, TK-327,
B06-146, Vol. II, p. 908)

T/37(74) Von Thadden reports to Eichmann on the request of
the Representative of the Red Cross in Slovakia, Mr. Dunant,
to the Slovakian Government and the German Embassy for
permission to establish a Jewish children's home and a
Jewish old age home; 14.1.45. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/1132 (K-213009, TK-327, B06-217, Vol.
II, p. 920)

T/37(75) Letter from Eichmann to Klingenfuss regarding the
general ban on Jewish emigration and the ransom payment of
at least 100,000 Swiss francs per person; Berlin, 11.12.42.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/535 (K-
210973/4, TK-325, BO6-223, Vol. II, p. 626)

T/37(76) Letter from von Hahn to Eichmann, referring to a
phone conversation of the preceding day in which Eichmann
had declared that he was unable to provide lists of foreign
Jews (see  T/766); Berlin, 25.2.43. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/767 (K-208309-10, TK-325,
B06-174, Vol. II, p. 775)

T/37(77) Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann regarding the
request of the Spanish Embassy to transfer its nationals
from France to Spain; 22.12.43. Submitted during the course
of the trial and marked N/28 (K-349537-8, TK-529, B06-298,
Vol. IV, p. 1449)

T/37(78) Correspondence between Guenther of IVB4, the
Foreign Ministry, and the Swedish legation in Berlin
concerning the death certificate of a Jew who died in
Auschwitz; Berlin, September-November 1943. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/560 (K-347117/19/20,TK-
526, BO6-301, Vol. p. 634)

T/37(79) Letter from Guenther to von Thadden, refusing the
emigration to Finland of the Jew Abraham Frank; Berlin,
29.4.44. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/576 (K-347250, TK-526, BO6-303, Vol. II, p. 637)

T/37(80) Letter from Guenther of IVB4 to von Thadden,
refusing the emigration of the relatives of the Jewess
Loewenstein; Berlin, 6.4.44. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/573 (K-347177, TK-526, BO6-304, Vol.
II, p. 636)

T/37(81) Letter from Guenther of IVB4 to the Foreign
Ministry regarding instructions to the Senior Commander of
the Security Police and the SD in Oslo to extend the
deadline for the return of Jews from allied or neutral
states to their home countries; Berlin, 7.4.43. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/603 (K-347433,
TK-527, BO6-302, Vol. II, p. 651)

T/37(82) Letter from Guenther of IVB4 to von Thadden
concerning requests submitted by the Swedish Consulate
General in Oslo for the emigration of certain Jews from
Norway; Berlin, 23.7.43. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/594 (K-348847/8, TK-528, BO6-306, Vol.
II, p. 650)

T/37(83) Letter from Eichmann to Dr. Klingenfuss arguing at
length against the request of Jews of Iranian citizenship to
be recognized as "Les Iraniens de confession mosaique" (and
thus be exempted from the anti-Jewish measures); Berlin,
8.12.42. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/437 (K-346203-5, TK-525, BO6-321, Vol. II, p. 578)

T/37(84) Letter from Eichmann to Rademacher informing him of
the results of his investigation concerning the fate of
various Norwegian Jews for whom Swedish nationality had been
claimed; Berlin, 2.2.43. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/599 (K-348735-6, TK-528, BO6-307, Vol.
II, p. 651)

T/37(85) Letter from Guenther regarding two Jewesses of
Swiss nationality who applied to emigrate from Poland;
12.6.44 (BO6-305, Statement, p. 1303)

T/37(86)  Letter from IVB4c refusing the Jewess Baechtold
permission to leave the Generalgouvernement, for fear that
she might spread atrocity propaganda; 15.8.44 (BO6-308,
Statement p. 1304)

T/37(87) Draft of letter from Foreign Ministry to Eichmann
concerning the status of Jews in German-occupied territories
of a European nationality; also copy of final text of this
letter (see T/762); Berlin, February 1943. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/769 (K-210299-300, K-
210308-9, TK-325, B06-173, Vol. II, p. 776)

T/37(88) Express letter from Eichmann to Klingenfuss
concerning the deportation, across the Dniester, of Jews who
had taken refuge in Hungary; Berlin, 25.9.42. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/1136 (K-213383-
4, TK-328, BO6-163, Vol. III, 928)

T/37(89) Express letter from von Thadden to Eichmann  asking
for the SS Supreme Command's decision on the destination of
the fifty thousand Jews the Hungarian Government was
prepared to make available for work in the Reich; Berlin,
19.4.44. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/1181 (K-213630, TK-328, BO6-157, Vol. III, p. 1044)

T/37(90) Telegram from Veesenmayer to Foreign Ministry,
reporting the smooth progress of the deportation of Jews
from the Carpathian area and Transylvania; Budapest,
25.5.44. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/1193 (K-213809, TK-328, BO6-152, Vol. III, p. 1075)

T/37(91) Eichmann, requests Guenther to make sure that Jews
will not be issued with transit visas which would make it
possible for them to emigrate to Palestine (this in
connection with the Swiss efforts); 24.7.44. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/1216 (K-209323,
TK-324, B06-182, Vol. III, p. 1089)

T/37(92) Veesenmayer reports to the Foreign Ministry on a
Swiss proposal to send 8,700 families to Palestine from
Hungary; 25.7.44. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/1215 (NG-1806, K-214025-7, TK-328, B06-161,
Vol. III, p. 1088)

T/37(93) Telegram from Veesenmayer to Foreign Ministry
regarding the orders issued by the Hungarian Minister of the
Interior  whereby Budapest Jews would be confined to camps
on Hungarian soil; Budapest, 24.8.44. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1219 (K-213963, TK-328, BO6-
154, Vol. III, 1089)

T/37(94) Minutes of a meeting on the sterilization of
persons of mixed marriages; 27.10.42.  Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/190 (NG-2586-M, 371943-8
Ser-1513, BO6-106, Vol. I, p. 322)

T/37(95) Correspondence between Sievers, Brandt and Eichmann
regarding the skeleton collection at Ahnenerbe; Berlin,
9.2.42, 2.11.42, 6.11.42, 21.6.43. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1363-6 (NO-085-89, B06-46,
Vol. III, p. 1317-1318)

T/37(96) Circular letter from Kaltenbrunner to the Senior
Commanders of the Security Police, Chiefs of Operations
Units, and Higher SS and Police Leaders in the East
regarding stateless and foreign Jews from sixteen countries
listed there are to be included in the general anti-Jewish
measures.  The rest are to be interned as hostages; Berlin,
5 3.43. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/310 (NG-2652-A, 372197-0 (Ser:1513), BO6-788, Vol. I, p.
519)

T/37(97)  Charge d'Affaires of the Foreign Ministry in South-
East Europe, Neubacher, reports that in Athens only 1,200
out of 8,000 Jews have been registered and proposes
postponing deportations until the rest are seized.  Note in
Van Thadden's handwriting: He spoke with Eichmann by
telephone - the matter has been secretly agreed between
Kaltenbrunner and Neubacher; the deportations are to be
carried out; 2.12.43. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/996 (K-206574, TK-321, B06-176, Vol. II,
p. 858)

T/37(98) Letter from Eichmann to von Thadden regarding
foreign Jews residing in Greece and Italy to be deported or,
alternatively, repatriated without prior enquiries; Berlin,
15.11.43. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/621 (NG-2652-L372140-1, Ser-1513, BO6-105, Vol. II,
p. 659)

T/37(99) On Merten's instructions, Wisliceny orders Dr.
Koretz to collect the cash and close the bank accounts of
Salonikan Jews who have been deported.  The property will
remain in the hands of the Community; March 1943. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/965 (G-II, B06-
240, Vol. II, p. 849)

T/37(100) Wisliceny gives orders to Dr. Koretz, Chief Rabbi
of Salonika, on the marking of Jewish shops and apartments
with a Jewish Star; 17.2.43. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/962 (G-II, B06-237, Vol. II, p. 849)

T/37(101) Declaration by Wisliceny on the situation in
Greece; 27.6.47. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/992 (B06-235, Vol. II, p. 857)

T/37(102) Guenther, Eichmann's deputy, refuses permission
for the emigration of the stateless Jew Michaelis; Berlin,
25.6.43. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/547 (K-349005-6, TK-528, B06-363, Vol. II, p. 631)

T/37(103) Luther informs the consul in Athens that Guenther
has been sent to Salonika by the Head Office for Reich
Security to conduct negotiations on Jewish affairs; 23.1.43.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/958 (K-
345672, TK-525, B06-344, Vol. II, p. 848)

T/37(104) The Foreign Ministry turns to Eichmann in the
matter of the Jew Mario Sasson who was deported from Zagreb
to Auschwitz; 26.5.43. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/913 (K-346717, TK-526, B06-342, Vol. II,
p. 839)
T/37(105) Guenther replies to the Foreign Ministry that
Sasson died in the East; 15.11.44. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/914 (K-346724, TK-526, BO6-
343, Vol. II, p. 840)

T/37(106) Personnel report on Eichmann by Dieter Wisliceny;
17.9.37. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/55(3) (Berlin Document Centre, B06-28, Vol. II, p. 191)

T/37(107)  Lower court in Budapest confirms testimony of
former Premier Sztojay at his trial; inter alia that he
received explanations from Eichmann on the Final Solution;
2.4.46 (PS-3869, JM-02135, BO6-358, Statement, p. 1565)

T/37(108) Telegram from Veesenmayer to Foreign Ministry
regarding the agreement reached between Eichmann and the
Hungarian Minister of the Interior on the deportation of the
Jews from Hungary; Berlin, 18.11.44. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1235 (K-213459, 213468, TK-
328, BO6-212, Vol. III, p. 1097)

T/37(109) Telegram from Veesenmayer to Foreign Ministry
regarding special passes issued to some Jews which are being
reviewed by State Secretary Endre, in close co-operation
with Eichmann's "Special Unit"; Budapest, 25.5.44. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/1192 (K-350251,
TK-529, BO6-359, Vol. III, p. 1074)

T/37(110) Express letter from von Thadden to Eichmann,
forwarding report by Veesenmayer on anti-Jewish measures
under way in Hungary; Berlin, 24.4.44. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1185 (K-213738, TK-328, BO6-
151, Vol. III, p. 1045)

T/37(111) Telegram from Veesenmayer to Foreign Ministry,
reporting that the newly-appointed Hungarian Minister of the
Interior had told Eichmann that deportations of Budapest
Jews would be resumed, provided the emigration of certain
categories of Jews, as promised by Germany would also begin;
Budapest, 14.8.44. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/1217 (K-214067, TK-328, BO6-156, Vol. III, p.
1089)

T/37(112) Telex from Veesenmayer to Foreign Ministry,
reporting on further deportations of Hungarian Jews;
Budapest, 30.6.44. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/1210 (K-213896, TK-328, BO6-159, Vol. III,
1086)

T/37(113) Telex from Veesenmayer to Foreign Ministry,
confirming that Eichmann and Wisliceny are prepared to
participate in a proposed Bratislava meeting, but cannot
absent themselves from Budapest before the end of July (see
T/1208); Budapest 28.6.44. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/1209 (K-214009, TK-328, BO6-164, Vol.
III, p. 1086)

T/37(114) Express letter from Guenther to von Thadden
regarding the putting of Hungarian Jews into SS labour camps
in Germany (see T/1181); Berlin, 24.4.44. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/1186 (K-213611-2, TK-
328, BO6-213, Vol. III, p. 1045)

T/37(115) Memo from Wagner, for submission to Ribbentrop,
referring to the approval by Hitler, in summer 1944, of a
Hungarian Government request to permit certain groups of
Jews - mostly children - to emigrate; Berlin, 31.10.44.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/1239
(K-213454-7, TK-327, BO6-221, Vol. III, p. 1113)

T/37(116) Telegram from Veesenmayer to Foreign Ministry,
reporting that the imprisonment of Jews in the Carpathian
region had been completed and 200,000 had been put in
ghettos and camps;   Budapest, 4.5.44. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1188 (K-213769, TK-328, BO6-
227, Vol. III, p. 1045)

T/37(117) Letter from Eichmann to Rademacher concerning the
passage through Reich territory of Hungarian Jews travelling
to Lisbon; Berlin, 4.9.50. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/671 (K-338752, TK-517, B06-123, Vol.
II, p. 698)

T/37(118) Letter from Eichmann to Rademacher concerning the
emigration of a Jewish couple from the Generalgouvernement
to Russia; Berlin, 11.9.40. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/344 (K-338890, TK-517, B06-128, Vol.
I, p. 524)

T/37(119) Eichmann notifies Rademacher that he does not
object to letters of recommendation for three Jews who wish
to emigrate to the Far East; 31.5.41 (K-340199, TK-518, BO6-
124, Statement p. 1651)

T/37(120) Eichmann's reply to Rademacher concerning visa for
a Jew emigrating from Germany to the Far East; 24.5.41 (K-
340195, TK-518, BO6-125, Statement, p. 1651)

T/37(121) Minutes of a meeting which lay down the guidelines
for the expulsion of Jews, Poles and Gypsies from the areas
incorporated in the Reich; 30.1.40. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/166 (NO-5322, BO6-468, Vol.
I, p. 315)

/37(122) Photograph of Eichmann, signed by him "in
retirement". Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked  T/55(15) (B06-545, Vol. I, p. 193)

T/37(123) Reports by SD Section Vienna on anti-Jewish
operations during the Crystal Night in Austria; Vienna 14-
21.11.38. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/151 (BO6-91, Vol. I, p. 290)

T/37(124) Reports on events in Graz on Crystal Night;
10.11.38. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked N/34 (B06-108, Vol. IV, p. 1460)

T/37(125) Letter from Guenther to von Thadden declining to
deal with the Italian Embassy's enquiry as to the
whereabouts of a deported Jew of Italian nationality;
Berlin, 21.12.43. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/625 (K-346017, BO6-331, Vol. II, p. 660)

T/37(126) Express letter from Heydrich to the Reich Minister
for the Occupied Eastern Territories expressing
dissatisfaction with the proposed draft of the "Brown File";
Berlin, 10.1.42. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/297 (NO-4882, BO6-349, Vol. I, p. 483)

T/37(127) Letter from Goering to the Reich Ministry of the
Interior concerning the setting up of a German Central
Office for Jewish Emigration headed by Heydrich; Berlin,
24.1.39. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/125 (NG2586-A, K-210481-2, B06-460, Vol. I, p. 282)

T/37(128) Letter from Heydrich to Ribbentrop in connection
with Jewish emigration; Berlin, 24.6.40. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/173 (372047, Ser:1512,
BO6-464, Vol. I, p. 317)

T/37(129) Affidavit by Dr. Mildner on his attempts to avert
the deportation of Jews from Denmark; Freising, 22.6.45.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/585
(RF-1503, JM-02144, B06-251, Vol. II, p. 645)

T/37(130) Letter from Mueller to Luther ("Subject: Solution
of Jewish Question"), informing him that it was planned to
begin the deportation of Jews from Romania to the East by
special trains on 10 September 1942; Berlin, 26.7.42.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/1021
(K-212604, TK-327, B06-181, Vol. II, p. 866)

T/37(131) Telex from Killinger and Richter to Foreign
Ministry and for Eichmann, in connection with the
deportation of Romanian Jews; Bucharest, 15.9.42. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/1032 (K-212636,
TK-327, BO6-194, Vol. II, p. 868)

T/37(132) Telegram from Eichmann to all Security Police
units ordering the arrest and deportation of Jews of
Argentinian nationality; Berlin, 27.1.44. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/500 (CJM-1, BO6-295,
Vol. II, p. 603)

T/37(133) Telegram from Richter to Foreign Ministry and
transmission to Eichmann, informing them that Acting Premier
Antonescu had ordered the establishment of a Central Office
for Jewish Affairs, as of 8 September 1942; Bucharest,
12.10.42. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/1034 (K-212659-60, TK-327, BO6-193, Vol. II, p.
868)

T/37(134) Himmler acknowledges receipt of a statistical
report concerning the Final Solution; 9.4.43. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked N/12 (C II-48, NG-
5197, B06-3, Vol. IV, 1407)

T/37(135) Letter from the Commander of the Security Police
branch office in Amsterdam to the Central Office for Jewish
Emigration in Amsterdam, regarding the deportation of the
relatives of the Jew Kuttner; Amsterdam, 14.10.42. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/533
(Rijksinstituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie, BO6-339, Vol. II,
p. 625)

T/37(136) Various permits and certificates issued by Aus der
Fuenten, Director of the Central Office for Jewish
Emigration in Amsterdam; Amsterdam, 8.10.42. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/532
(Rijksinstituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie, B06-355, Vol. II,
p. 625)

T/37(137) Letter from Eichmann to von Thadden regarding the
fate of a Dutch Jewess Simons; Berlin, 27.9.43. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/552 (K-346991,
TK-526, B06-332, Vol. II, p. 632)

T/37(138) Letter from the Foreign Ministry to Eichmann
concerning the fate of the stateless Jew Michaelis; Berlin,
3.9.43. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/548 (K-349010, TK-528, B06-364, Vol. II, p. 631)

T/37(139) Eichmann's final negative reply to the Foreign
Ministry's request regarding Michaelis; Berlin, 1.10.43.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/549 (K-
349011, TK-528, B06-365, Vol. II, p. 631)

T/37(140) Letter from the Chief of the Security Police and
the SD to Foreign Ministry regarding the whereabouts of some
Slovakian Jews; Berlin, 28.11.44. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1129 (K-348510, TK-528, BO6-
371, Vol. II, p. 920)

T/37(141) Von Thadden to Eichmann, stating that it is not
desirable to send Spanish Jews from Salonika to Athens, even
if the Italians are ready to accept them; 28.7.43. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/993 (K-349383,
TK-529, B06-421, Vol. II, p. 858)

T/37(142) Wisliceny orders the Jewish Community of Salonika
to deposit all the monies of the deported Jews in a special
bank account; 15.3.43. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/967 (G-II, B06-428, Vol. II, p. 849)

T/37(143) Order from Wisliceny to Dr. Koretz making him
responsible to the Security Police and the SD for all the
Community's affairs; 29.3.43. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/969 (G-II, B06-430, Vol. II, p. 849)

T/37(144) The Foreign Ministry sends to the Spanish Legation
documents regarding Jews of Spanish nationality who have
been expelled from Salonika; 2.12.43. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/994 (K-348339-42, K-348346,
TK-528, B06-345, Vol. II, p. 858)

T/37(145) Letter from Eichmann to von Hahn complaining about
the attempt of the Swedish Consulate General in Oslo to
grant Swedish passports to certain Norwegian Jews born in
Sweden; Berlin,, 1.3.43. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/593 (K-348750-2, BO6-330, Vol. II, p.
650)

T/37(146) Letter from Roethke to the Senior Commander of the
Order Police in France, requesting additional guards for
transport trains carrying Jews of French nationality;
12.2.43. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/472 (CJM-534, BO6-277, Vol. II, p. 598)

T/37(147) Report by von Thadden, following his visit to
Budapest, on the operation in progress there, in which
Hungary is delivering its Jews to the Germans for
deportation to Auschwitz; Berlin, 26.5.44. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/1195 (NG-2190, B06-375,
Vol. III, p. 1075)

T/37(148) Telegram from Veesenmayer to Foreign Ministry,
complaining about an item published in "V.B." (Voelkischer
Beobachter), Vienna, on 6 June; Budapest, 8.6.44. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/1206 (NG-5568, K-
213597, TK-328, B06-384, Vol. III, p. 1085)

T/37(149) Telegram from Veesenmayer to Foreign Ministry,
reporting that as a result of the drastic action being
undertaken by Germany ("unser Zupacken") since 19 March
1944, Jews are fleeing from Hungary to Slovakia, reversing
the previous trend; Budapest, 14.6.44. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1208 (NG-5533, BO6-385,
Vol. III, p. 1085)

T/37(150) Veesenmayer informs Ritter that 326,009 Jews have
been deported from Hungary and that the Romanian Government
treats Jews who fled to Romania as refugees, allowing them
to go to Palestine; 17.6.44 (NG-5567, 110545 Ser 99/2, BO6-
386, Statement, pp. 1946, 3485)

T/37(151) Telegram from Veesenmayer, replying to Altenburg's
enquiry (T/1190) concerning Brandt's mission to Turkey;
Budapest, 22.7.44. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/1191 (NG-2994, BO6-448, Vol. III, p. 1071)

T/37(152) Minute by German legation staff member on
reassignment of SS officers of "Sondereinsatzkommando
Eichmann," following the unit's dissolution on 28 September;
Budapest, 29.9.44.  Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/1225 (NG-4985, BO6-387, Vol. III, p. 1094)

T/37(153) Telegram from Veesenmayer to Foreign Ministry,
reporting that following a shift in the political situation,
the Jewish Question in Hungary has entered a new stage;
Budapest, 18.10.44. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/1234 (K-350764,TK-530, BO6-525, Vol. III, p.
1096)

T/37(154) Memo from Wagner, for Ribbentrop, further to the
memo of 16 September (see T/1231) regarding an exchange deal
being handled by Eichmann; Berlin, 29.9.44. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/1232 (NG-2994, BO6-450,
Vol. III, p. 1096)

T/37(155) Memo by Wagner, for Ribbentrop, concerning a
proposal submitted by Veesenmayer that Germany should "solve
the Jewish Question" internally or force the Hungarians to
do it; Berlin, 12.10.44. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/1230 (NG-4985, BO6-388, Vol. III, p.
1095)

T/37(156) Telegram from Veesenmayer to Foreign Ministry,
reporting that Premier Szalasi has ordered that Jewish women
no longer be made to march to Germany and may be taken there
only by train; Budapest, 21.11.44. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1242 (NG-4987, K-209294-5,
BO6-377, Vol. III, p. 1113)

T/37(157) Letter from Eichmann to von Thadden regarding the
fate of a Hungarian Jewish family named Goldberger; Berlin,,
25.1.44. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/1143 (K-350972-3, TK-530, BO6-521, Vol. III, 929)

T/37(158) Statement made by Vajna Gabor, Minister of the
Interior in the Szalasi cabinet, on talks he had with
Himmler and Kaltenbrunner in December 1944, on stepping up
the deportation of Hungarian Jews; Freising, 28.8.45.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/1245
(NO-1874, BO6-511, Vol. III, p. 1115)

T/37(159) Letter from Eichmann to Foreign Ministry, replying
to an enquiry with regard to two Hungarian Jews, Oskar and
Andreas Trenk; Berlin, 21.6.43. Submitted during the course
of the trial and marked T/1141 (K-350916, TK-530, BO6-519,
Vol. III, p. 929)

T/37(160) Letter from Guenther to von Thadden, replying to
enquiries made by the Hungarian legation regarding Hungarian
Jews held by the Germans; Berlin, 10.7.43. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/1142 (K-351121-3, TK-
530, BO6-523, Vol. III, p. 929)

T/37(161) Statement of Hildegard Kunze, secretary in
Eichmann's office, confirming that the Section dealt with
Jewish property and that she remembers a letter on
displacement of Jews; 8.1.46 (RF-1526, JM-02144, BO6-311,
Statement, p. 2033)

T/37(162) Letter from Heydrich to the Minister of Finance,
inviting a representative of the Minister to a meeting in
which the transfer of 260,000 Slovenes to Serbia will be
discussed; 21.4.41. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/898 (NG-4897, B06-423, Vol. II, p. 836)

T/37(163) Text of the SS members oath Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/122 (B06-84, Vol. I, p.
281)

T/37(164) IVB4a proposes to Himmler the possibility of
returning Jews residing in Hungary to Germany against
payment of 100,000 Swiss francs per head; 24.11.42.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/1138
(NO-2408, B06-510, Vol. II, p. 928)

T/37(165) Letter from the German Legation in Afghanistan in
connection with applications submitted by a Jewish painter
and a Jewish musician of Vienna seeking employment; Kabul,
6.2.41. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/807 (K-359250, TK-544, B06-548, Vol. II, p. 782)

T/37(166) Eichmann's reply to the Foreign Ministry in
reference to T/807; Berlin, 28.2.41. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/808 (K-359252, TK-544, B06-
808, Vol. II, p. 782)

T/37(167) Circular letter from Mueller to all Gestapo
offices concerning the responsibility for detentions in
concentration camps; Berlin, 30.5.42. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1278 (PS-1063, BO6-413,
Vol. III, p. 1149)

T/37(168) Himmler's directives regarding the procedure for
carrying out executions; Berlin, 6.6.42. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/202 (Nuremberg, Case IV
- Scheide 34, BO6-396, Vol. I, p. 343)

T/37(169) Circular letter from the SS Economic-
Administrative Head Office to concentration camp commanders,
advising them of a simplification of the reporting procedure
on the deaths of Jews and other prisoners; Oranienburg,
21.11.42. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/1279 (NG-1543, BO6-416, Vol. III, p. 1149)

T/37(170) Agreement between Belev and Dannecker specifying
the arrangements for deportations of Jews from Bulgarian
territory; 22.2.43. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/938 (B06-417, Vol. II, p. 844)

T/37(171) Letter from Eichmann to Zoepf transmitting a copy
of guidelines for the deportation of Jews from the territory
of the Reich to Theresienstadt; Berlin, 2.3.43. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/541 (O I-28, BO6-
621, Vol II, p. 629)

T/37(172) Directive signed by Guenther concerning the
organization and implementation of the transfer to
Theresienstadt of Jews in the Reich; Berlin, 20.2.43.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/850
(OI-28, B06-541, Vol. II, p. 793)

T/37(173) Telegram from von Killinger to Foreign Ministry
conveying a report from Richter to Eichmann, on the meeting
with Mihai Antonescu on 23 January 1942, at which the Acting
Premier had agreed to do all in his power to stop emigration
of Jews; Bucharest, 24.1.42. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/1007 (BO6-571, Vol. II, p. 864)

T/37(174) Telegram from von Thadden to Veesenmayer
forwarding proposal by the Press Department to forestall
expected hostile international reaction to the planned
Grossaktion in Budapest; Berlin, 1.6.44. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/1199 (NG-2424, K-
213846, TK-328, BO6-630, Vol. III, p. 1076)

T/37(175) Memo by von Thadden on a visit to Budapest, 22-24
May; Berlin, 25.5.44. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/1194 (NG-2980, K-209057-61, TK-323, BO6-
678, Vol. III, p. 1075)

T/37(176) Letter from Himmler's office to the chief of his
personal staff, currently with Hitler's headquarters,
forwarding report of Chief of the Security Police and SD
which contains announcement of impending deportation of
Romanian Jews to the East; Berlin, 11.8.42. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/1022 (NO-023, BO6-561,
Vol. II, p. 866)

T/37(177) Telex from Rintelen to Luther quoting report by
the Chief of the Security Police and the SD of 26 July 1942,
addressed to Himmler, on the situation with regard to
deportation of Jews from Romania; 19.8.42. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/1023 (NG-3559, BO6-562,
Vol. II, p. 866)

T/37(178) Letter from Brandt to Prof. Glauberg, instructing
him to go ahead with sterilization experiments on Jewish
women at Ravensbrueck; Fuehrer's Headquarters, 10.7.42.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/1377
(NG-213, JM-02081, BO6-326, Vol. III, p. 1322)

T/37(179) Letter from Himmler to Pohl regarding Dr. Madaus'
sterilization methods and requesting permission to carry out
experiments on criminals; 10.3.42. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked N/16 (NO-036, B06-408, Vol.
IV, p. 1426)

T/37(180) Minute by Brandt on his meeting with Pohl asking
him to obtain information on the nature of a plant growing
in America said to be an effective means of sterilization;
Fuehrer's Headquarters, 22.6.42. Submitted during the course
of the trial and marked T/1378 (NO-044, B06-407, Vol. III,
p. 1322)

T/37(181) Letter from Fischer, of Himmler's office, to
Guenther, forwarding a set of slides illustrating the Madaus
sterilization process; Berlin, 4.7.42. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1379 (NO-050, BO6-409, Vol.
III, p. 1322)

T/37(182) Lindow of IVA1b writes to Eichmann regarding a
complaint about a Soviet Jew, Gurwitsch, who has been sent
to the East contrary to regulations governing Soviet Jews.
Hunsche explains that Gurwitsch was deported before the new
regulations took effect (4 documents); 11-26 May 1943,
24.9.43 (K-373110-11, K-373115-18, TK-561, BO6-552,
Statement, p. 2249)

T/37(183) Letter from Eichmann to the Senior Commanders of
the Security Police and the SD, drawing their attention to a
pro-Jewish publication by a Protestant relief organization
in Switzerland, and instructing them that clergymen should
be kept away from the deportation camps for Jews; Berlin,
10.6.43. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/546 (O I-22, BO6-601, Vol. II, p. 631)

T/37(184) Official report to SHAEF on the encounter of two
Allied intelligence officers with Kurt Gerstein (see T/1307-
1308); enclosed are the documents handed over by Gerstein -
a handwritten note in English, invoices relating to the
supply of "Zyklon B" gas to concentration camps, and a seven-
page typewritten statement in French; Rottweil, Black
Forest, Germany, 4.5.45. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/1309 (B06-185, Vol. III, pp. 1225-1226)

T/37(185) Circular letter from Kaltenbrunner to Gestapo and
Security Services offices reviewing guidelines for treatment
of foreign Jews living in Germany; Berlin, 5.3.43. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/761 (NG-2652,
B06-535, Vol. II, p. 774)

T/37(186) Express circular letter from Mueller to Gestapo
offices and Security Police and Security Service commanders
in German-occupied Europe concerning the status of Jews of
foreign nationality residing in those territories; Berlin,
23.9.43. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/784 (NG-2652-H, PS-3319, B06-537, Vol. II, p. 777)

T/37(187) Letter from Eichmann to Foreign Ministry proposing
to set a final date (31 July 1943) for departure from
Germany of Jews of foreign nationalities; Berlin, 5.7.43.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/779
(NG-2652-E, B06-107, Vol. II, p. 777)

T/37(188) Letter from Wetzel to the Reich Commissioner for
Ostland informing him that the supply of gassing apparatus
has been arranged with Brack; Berlin, 25.10.41. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/308 (NO-365, NO-
996, NO-997, BO6-42, Vol. I, p. 518)

T/37(189) Letter from Eichmann to Naumann at the office of
the Senior Commander of the Security Police and the SD in
the Netherlands concerning the restriction of the right to
write letters in Westerbork; Berlin, 5.11.43. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/559 (O I-19, BO6-
606, Vol. II, p. 634)
T/37(190) Letter from Eichmann to Zoepf stating that Jews
who seek to acquire a new nationality should be deported to
the East "by priority"; Amsterdam, 26.6.43. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/550 (O I-13, BO6-600,
Vol. II, p. 632)

T/37(191) Telegram from Kaltenbrunner to Naumann ordering
the immediate deportation of the Sephardic Jews from the
Netherlands; Berlin, 2.2.44. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/569 (O I-17, BO6-614, Vol. II, p.
636)

T/37(192) Telegram from Wagner to the German legation in
Budapest, forwarding a report received by Ludin from Slovak
intelligence on disorderly conduct of German escorts of
transports of Hungarian Jews passing through Slovakia,
including shooting of Jews and robbing them of their
possessions; Berlin, 15.6.44. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/1123 (NG-5569, K-351272-3, TK-530,
BO6-638, Vol. II, p.919)

T/37(193) Telegram from Benzler to Foreign Ministry
concerning the expulsion of Jews in areas of Serbia;
Belgrade, 12.9.41. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/874 (NG-3354, K-205189, TK-319, B06-647, Vol.
II, p. 819)

T/37(194) Letter from the Dresdner Bank concerning the role
of Rajakowitsch in the disposal of seized Jewish property in
the Netherlands; Berlin, 4.7.41. Submitted during the course
of the trial and marked T/525 (NID-13414, BO6-719, Vol. II,
p. 623)

T/37(195) Minute by Harster proposing to let former Jewish
members of the Dutch Nazi Party emigrate; The Hague,
6.12.41. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/527 (O I-31, BO6-617, Vol. II, p. 624)

T/37(196) Minute by Rajakowitsch stating that Eichmann is
opposed in principle to making this case (see T/527) a
special exception with regard to emigration; Berlin,
20.12.41. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/528 (O I-32, BO6-618, Vol. II, p. 624)

T/37(197) Minute by Zoepf stating that according to
Eichmann, Jews who, on account of their age or merits,
cannot be put on the same footing with other Auschwitz Jews
may be transferred at any time from Westerbork to the
"Propaganda Camp" of Theresienstadt; The Hague, 5.10.42.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/537 (O
I-26, BO6-619, Vol. II, p. 626)

T/37(198) Teleprint from Zoepf to the branch office in
Amsterdam and to the Westerbork camp concerning the transfer
of six Jewish buyers detained in Amsterdam; The Hague,
14.1.44. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/568 (O I-33, BO6-622, Vol. II, p. 635)

T/37(199) Minute for Zoepf on telephonic instructions from
Guenther concerning the taking of children to
Theresienstadt; The Hague, 25.1.43. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/540 (O I-27, B06-623, Vol.
II, p. 628)

T/37(200) Letter from Zoepf to Section IVB4 reporting on the
progress of deportations from the Netherlands; Berlin,
27.4.43. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/543 (O I-1, B06-589, Vol. II, p. 630)

T/37(201) Minute by Zoepf on various methods to fill the
monthly quota of 8,000 Jewish deportees to the East required
by the Head Office for Reich Security; The Hague, 10.5.43.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/545 (O
I-2, BO6-590, Vol. II, p. 630)

T/37(202) Teleprint from Zoepf to IVB4 asking for permission
to use a passenger train to deport Dutch Jews to
Theresienstadt; The Hague, 15.4.43. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/542 (O I-29, BO6-624, Vol.
II, p. 629)

T/37(203) Circular letter from Harster to Security Police
units concerning the fate of Jews in Holland; The Hague,
5.5.43. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/554 (O-IV, B06-1356, Vol. II, p. 630)

T/37(204) Telegram from Eichmann to Harster concerning the
deportation to Auschwitz of 2,400 Jews detained in the Vught
camp;  Berlin, 28.8.43. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/557 (O I-23, B06-603, Vol. II, p. 633)

T/37(205) Telegram from Guenther to Zoepf rejecting the
request of the Reich Ministry for Armament and Munitions for
the release of seven Jews employed in buying metals; The
Hague, 21.1.44. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/566 (O I-9, BO6-608, Vol. II, p.635)

T/37(206) Minute by Werner on a discussion with Novak
concerning deportations of Jews, including 400 Palestinian
Jews, to Bergen-Belsen and Theresienstadt; The Hague,
20.9.43. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/558 (O I-4, BO6-592, Vol. II, p. 633)

T/37(207) Minute by Zoepf on a discussion with Eichmann and
Hahnemann of the German diamond industry concerning an
alleged secret order by the Reich Commissioner for the
Netherlands, withdrawing from the BdS (Senior Commander of
the Security Police) in The Hague authority over Jewish
affairs; The Hague, 11.11.43. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/562 (O I-6, BO6-596, Vol. II, p. 634)

T/37(208) Minute by Zoepf on a discussion which took place
on 10 November 1943 between Eichmann and Hahnemann on the
special status to be granted to Jewish workers and merchants
connected with the diamond industry; The Hague, 11.11.43.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/561 (O
I-7, BO6-602, Vol. II, p. 634)

T/37(209) Minute by Slottke recording a meeting in IVB4 with
the representative of the Reich Ministry for Armament and
Munitions in The Hague who has asked for the return or
release of seven Jews to be employed in buying metals hidden
in the country; The Hague, 14.1.44. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/565 (O I-14, BO6-607, Vol.
II, p. 635)

T/37(210) Letter from IVB4 in The Netherlands to Guenther
concerning South American "favour passports" for Jews that
were sent from Switzerland and seized by the counter-
intelligence service in the Netherlands; 8.4.44. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/574 (O I-20, BO6-
611, Vol. II, p. 636)

T/37(211) Report by Dieter Wisliceny - "Cell 106" - written
in Bratislava prison; 18.11.46.  Submitted during the course
of the trial and marked T/85 (B06-773, Vol. I, p. 238)

T/37(212) Letter from Rauter to Harster,the BdS in the
Hague, concerning the deportation of Christian (baptized)
Jews; 18.7.42. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked N/46 (O I-24, B06-615, Vol. Iv. p. 1484)

T/37(213) Harster informs Eichmann that baptized Jews were
not yet being deported; 20.7.42 (OI-24, BO6-616, Statement,
p. 2562)

T/37(214) Statement of SS officer Adolf Feiler, who served
in Budapest 1944-1945.  Testifies on Eichmann's role, status
and activities in Hungary regarding  actions against Jews;
29.6.43 (BO6-803, Statement, p. 2573)

T/37(215) Photostat of the special pass issued by the
Hungarian authorities, and also bearing the official stamp
of the SS Einsatzkommando, to Mozes (Moshe) Rosenberg, a
member of the Budapest Central Jewish Committee, on 26 May
1944; Tel Aviv, 30.8.60. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/1201 (B06-808, Vol. III, p. 1077)

T/37(216) Photocopy of a transit pass obtained by witness
Arye Breszlauer in Budapest with the help of, and as an
employee of, the Swiss legation. This pass enabled him free
movement during curfew hours; 10.10.44. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1236 (B06-852, Vol. III, p.
1099)

T/37(217) Eichmann's report on Rajakowitsch; 19.7.37.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/55(6)
(NID-14901, B06-733, Statement 2592, Vol. I, p. 192)

T/37(218) Letter from bank administering confiscated Jewish
property to Rajakowitsch informing him that most of the
immovable property has been disposed of; Berlin, 22.5.43.
Refers to a minute of a discussion between representatives
of the bank and of the Ministry of Economics and Finance on
28.1.43. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/743 (NI-4252, B06-730, Vol. II, p. 771)

T/37(219) Letter from Guenther to the Foreign Ministry
concerning the request of the Jewish widow of an Italian
officer to be repatriated to Italy; Berlin, 10.11.42.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/348 (K-
364096-7, TK-549, BO6-744, Vol. I, p. 526)

T/37(220) Letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry: The
release of the Jewess Cozzi from the Riga Ghetto for
repatriation to Italy is unjustifiable; Berlin, 15.3.43.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/349 (K-
364102, TK-549, BO6-745, Vol. I, p. 526)

T/37(221) Letter from Eichmann to von Thadden concerning the
Jewess Cozzi concluding the episode. Berlin, 25.9.43.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/354 (K-
364126, TK-549 BO6-750, Vol. I, p. 526)

T/37(222) Letter from von Thadden to the Foreign Ministry
concerning the arrest of Mrs. Glueck, sister of Mayor La
Guardia of New York; Berlin, 6.6.44. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1204 (K-350450, TK-530, B06-
516, Vol. III, p. 1085)

T/37(223) Telegram from Veesenmayer to Ribbentrop informing
him of Horthy's decision to halt deportations of Jews;
Budapest, 6.7.44. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/1212 (NG-5523, 110651-5, Ser:99/2, B06-677,
Vol. III, p. 1087)

T/37(224) Wagner transmits to the German legation in Zagreb
a letter from Guenther requesting information about the
deportation to Auschwitz of Jews still remaining in Croatia
and about negotiations with the Italians concerning the Jews
in the territories; 10.4.43. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/910 (NG-2347, K-212359, TK-326, B06-
659, Vol. II, p. 839)

T/37(225) Mackensen, German Ambassador in Rome, reports to
the Foreign Ministry on a decision by the Italian Foreign
Ministry in the matter of the treatment of the Jews in the
Greek territories occupied by Italy; 12.3.43. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/990 (NG-5051,
B06-683, Vol. II, p. 857)

T/37(226) Memorandum from Sonnleithner stating that the
Minister for Foreign Affairs requests information from the
Head of the SS on measures taken by the Italian authorities
regarding the Jews in Italy and Greece; 16.3.43  (NG-5051,
BO6-684, Statement, pp. 2618, 3493)

T/37(227) Memorandum by Bergmann on the Italian treatment of
Jews in the Greek territories occupied by Italy; 19.3.43.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/991
(NG-5051, K-211532/4, TK-326, B06-685, Vol. II, p. 857)

T/37(228) Telegram from Veesenmayer to Foreign Ministry
concerning a request from the Head Office for Reich Security
to discuss with the Hungarian authorities the disposal of
the property of Jews of Hungarian nationality who had been
living in Greece and are now being deported to Germany;
Budapest, 27.6.44. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/1203 (NG-1804, K-350435, TK-530, BO6-419, Vol.
III, p. 1085)

T/37(229) Express circular letter from Heydrich to Gestapo
regional offices and Central Office for Jewish Emigration in
Vienna, regarding the control of movable property owned by
Jews; Berlin, 27.11.41. Further letter from Heydrich with
additional instructions; Berlin, 11.12.41. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/719 (J IV-1, B06-739,
Vol. II, p. 765)

T/37(230) Copy of circular letter from Reich Association of
the Jews in Germany to Jewish communities and the
Association's field offices regarding the contribution of 25
per cent of their liquid assets; Berlin, 3.12.41. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/723 (J IV-1, B06-
738, Vol. II, p. 767)

T/37(231) Karl Heinz Hoffmann, head of Department IV
attached to the BdS Denmark, testifies before the Danish
police on the activities of the SD in Denmark; 9.4.47 (NG-
5208, BO6-755, Statement, pp. 2652, 3492)

T/37(232) Telegram from Best to IVB4 and DIV4C2 in the Head
Office for Reich Security, conveying a report from Mildner
on the deportation of the Jews from the area of Greater
Copenhagen; Copenhagen, 2.10.43. Submitted during the course
of the trial and marked T/582  (NG-3907, K-211069/70, TK-
325, BO6-758, Vol. II, p. 643)

T/37(233) Detailed report by Loewenherz on the activities of
the Jewish Community of Vienna and the fate of the Jews of
Austria 1938-1945. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/154 (Loewenherz Collection, PS-3934, BO6-783,
Vol. I, p. 291)

T/37(234) Form letter from Foreign Ministry to the German
Legation in Bratislava advising it of Eichmann's forthcoming
visit  to discuss questions arising from the deportation of
Slovakia's Jews; Berlin, 21.5.42. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1090 (K-403562, TK-607, BO6-
786, Vol. II, p. 898)

T/37(235) Testimonies by Kurt Becher concerning his own and
Eichmann's activities in Hungary during 1944-1945; 7.7.47.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/689
(B06-774, Vol. III, p. 733)

T/37(236) Documents concerning decorations granted to
Eichmann. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/55(13) (B06-24, Vol. I, p. 193)

T/37(237) Report of Jewish Aid and Rescue Committee in
Budapest, 1942-1945, by Dr. Rezsoe Kasztner. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/1113 (BO6-900,
Vol. II, p. 908-910)

T/37(238) Noske's testimony before the Nuremberg Military
Tribunal on the manner of distribution of reports from
Operations Units on the extermination of Jews; Nuremberg,
8.12.47. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/307 (Case 9, Proc. 3547-3549, BO6-674, Vol. I, p. 494)

T/37(239) Application to SD by Eichmann for grant to study
Hebrew 18.6.37. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/55(11) (U-VII-15, Statement 2464-2467, B06-5, Vol.
I, p. 193)

T/37(240) Excerpts from International Red Cross publication
Documents on IRC Activities in Behalf of Civilian Prisoners
in Concentration Camps in Germany, 1939-1945. Second
edition, Geneva, June 1946, p. 99 et seq. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/865 (B06-855, Vol. II,
p. 805)

T/37(241) Minute of meeting held the day after the German
occupation of Budapest at which Gestapo officers informed
Jewish Community representatives that a "Central Council of
the Jews" would be set up, and that henceforth the German
Security Police, IVB4, would have sole authority over all
Jewish affairs in Budapest; Budapest, 20.3.44. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/1155 (BO6-813,
Vol. III, p. 987)

T/37(242) Minute by Ernoe Boda of meeting of the Budapest
Jewish Community with Eichmann at which he presented his
plan of action to them; Budapest, 31.3.44. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/1156 (BO6-785, Vol.
III, p. 988)

T/37(243) Organization plan of Head Office for Reich
Security. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/120 (PS-2346, BO6-262, Vol. I, p. 280)

T/37(244) Telex from Krumey to the Chief of the Security
Police and the SD, Prague, confirming arrival of 88 Czech
children in Litzmannstadt, and asking him to obtain
instructions from Eichmann's office in Berlin; Lodz 17.6.42.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/1092
(BO6-866, Vol. II, p. 900)

T/37(245) Telex from Krumey to Eichmann urgently requesting
instructions concerning the Czech children; Litzmannstadt,
20.6.42. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/1093 (CST-16, BO6-867, Vol. II, 900)

T/37(246) Receipt for 81 Czech children delivered to Gestapo
Litzmannstadt 2 July 1942, as ordered by telex from the Head
Office for Reich Security; attached thereto list of
children, dated 1 July 1942. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/1095 (BO6-869, Vol. II, p. 901)

T/37(247) Telex from Krumey to the Head Office for Reich
Security, Section IIIB4, again asking for instructions
regarding the Czech children (seven of whom had been
reclaimed by RUS (see  T/1091) as being "fit for
Germanization"); Litzmannstadt, 22.6.42. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/1094 (BO6-868, Vol. II,
p. 901)

T/37(248) Telex from RUS office, Prague, to Krumey,
Litzmannstadt, advising him of the impending arrival of 12
children "unfit for re-Germanization" and six children "fit
for re-Germanization"; Prague, 4.7.42. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1096 (BO6-936, Vol. II, p.
902)

T/37(249) Letter from RUS Prague to Krumey forwarding list
of 12 Czech children "unfit for re-Germanization"; Prague,
6.7.42. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/1097 (BO6-937, Vol. II, p. 902)

T/37(250) Telex from Race and Resettlement Office, Prague,
to Eichmann, advising him of the arrival of 12 Lidice
children, and asking for further instructions;
Litzmannstadt, 9.7.42. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/1098 (BO6-938, Vol. II, p. 902)

T/37(251) Telex from Guenther to Krumey referring to telex
from Litzmannstadt (T/1098), and instructing him to deliver
the 12 children to Gestapo Litzmannstadt; Litzmannstadt,
14.7.42. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/1099 (BO6-939, Vol. II, p. 902)

T/37(252) Rudolf Hoess' statement on the operation for
obliterating the traces of mass executions (1942); 11.1.47.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/217
(NO-4498 B, Case IX, BO6-858, Vol. I, p. 376)

T/37(253)  Winkelmann, Higher SS and Police Leader in
Budapest, testifies in Nuremberg Trials about Eichmann's
role and his connections with Laszlo Endre; 18.20.48 (Case
XI, Proc. pp. 26156-26184, BO6-805, Statement, p. 3045)

T/37(254) Statement by Regent Horthy made at Nuremberg Trial
XI in which he describes the dependence of the Hungarians on
the Germans; 4.3.48. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/1246 (Case XI Proc., B06-807, Vol. III,
p. 1115)

T/37(255) Affidavit by Eberhard von Thadden on German
actions against the Jews in Denmark; Nuremberg, 16.4.48.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/584
(Case 11, Steengracht Doc. 35, BO6-816, Vol. II, p. 645)

T/37(256) Letter from Eichmann to Foreign Ministry
complaining about the disorderly removal by Romanian
authorities of 10,000 Jews to the Ukraine, with another
60,000 to follow.   Berlin, 14.4.42. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1013 (BO6-83; Vol. II, p.
865)

T/37(257) Letter from Rademacher to Eichmann, replying to
his letter of 14 April (T/1013); Berlin, 12.5.42.  Also,
letter of similar contents and of same date to the Reich
Ministry for Occupied Areas, with handwritten annotation
that 28,000 Jews had already been dispatched to German
villages in Transnistria and had by now been liquidated.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/1014
(NG-4817, Vol. II, p. 865)

T/37(258) Report from the Managing Director of the
Ostindustrie (Max Horn), to Pohl, on the industrial
enterprises in the Lodz Ghetto; Lublin, 24.1.44. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/248 (NO-519, BO6-
944, Vol. I, p. 387)

T/37(259) Handwritten minutes of a meeting on the future of
the Lodz Ghetto; 10.9.43(?). Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/247 (NO-519, BO6-943, Vol. I, p. 387)

T/37(260) Express letter from Eichmann to Rademacher
concerning the treatment of Warsaw Jews possessing foreign
nationality; Berlin, 18.2.42. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/267 (K-222793, TK-342, BO6-940, Vol.
I, p. 438)

T/37(261) Memorandum drawn up in the Foreign Ministry on a
discussion with Eichmann concerning the treatment of foreign
Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto; Berlin, 21.4.42. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/268 (K-222809, BO6-941,
Vol. I, p. 438)

T/37(262) Draft of a letter from the Foreign Ministry to
Eichmann and two internal minutes regarding changes
necessitated by Eichmann's wish to be co-signer of the
memorandum of 21 April 1942 (see T/268); Berlin, 4, 23 May,
5 June 1942. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/269 (K-222801/2, K-222814/5, BO6-942, Vol. I, p.
438)

T/37(263) Express letter from Heydrich to chiefs of all
operations units in Poland concerning the concentration of
Jews and the establishment of Jewish Councils; Berlin,
21.9.39. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/165 (EC-307-1, BO6-775, Vol. I, p. 315)

T/37(264) Report on a conference held on 29 September 1939
concerning Poland presided over by Heydrich, with the
participation of senior SS commanders, commanders of
operations units and Eichmann;  Berlin, 27.9.39. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/164 (Alex-3, BO6-
983, Vol. I, p. 314)

T/37(265) Wilhelm Waneck, former head of Group VI E in the
Head Office for Reich Security, testifies about Eichmann's
role in Hungary; 10.6.48 (JM-03052, BO6-978, Statement, p.
3175)
T/37(266) Affidavit by Eberhard von Thadden on his relations
with Eichmann, his visits to Theresienstadt and Bergen-
Belsen, and Eichmann's refusal to let him visit Auschwitz;
Nuremberg, 11.12.47. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/160 (Nuremberg, Case VIII, Hoffmann-139,
BO6-984, Vol. I, p. 308)

T/37(267) Affidavit of Theodor Horst Grell on the anti-
Jewish measures in Hungary and Eichmann's role there;
Nuremberg, 31.5.48. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/691 (JM-03052, Veesenmayer-216, B06-985, Vol.
I, p. 733)
T/37(268) Letter from Winkelmann to Himmler reporting on the
situation in Hungary; 7.7.44. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked N/80 (NG-2669, JM-02025, B06-992, Vol.
IV, p. 1537)

T/37(269) Statement by Adolf Hezinger of the Foreign
Ministry, describing his activities in Hungary and the
obstacles placed in his way by Eichmann concerning the
treatment of Jews with foreign nationality; 2.6.48 (JM-
03052, BO6-977, Statement, p. 3217)

T/37(270) Letter from Harster to the Reich Commissioner for
occupied Netherlands concerning Jews without issue in mixed
marriages; The Hague, 28.8.43. Submitted during the course
of the trial and marked T/556 (K-346971/2, TK-526, BO6-463,
Vol. II, p. 633)

T/37(271) Comments by Wisliceny on the Kasztner Report
(T/1113); Bratislava (in prison), 25.3.47. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/1116 (BO6-901, Vol. II,
p. 914)

T/37(272) Letter from von Thadden to the Reich Commissioner
for Norway concerning the treatment of Jewish persons of
mixed parentage; Berlin, 15.4.43. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/604 (K-212524/5, TK-326,
BO6-198, Vol. II, p. 654)

T/37(273) Orders issued by Vienna subunit (Aussenkommando
Wien) of the SS Special Detachment for Hungary on the
treatment of Hungarian Jews who had been sent to work in
Vienna (see  T/1211); Vienna, 9.8.44. Also annexure
concerning Jewish policemen; 29.6.44. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1226 (BO6-870, Vol. III, p.
1095)

T/37(274) Albert Hartel, Group Leader of IVB and Eichmann's
superior, testifies that Eichmann's Section was located in a
separate building to which entrance was denied even to Head
Office for Reich Security staff; 24.11.47 (Case IX, Proc.
pp. 2914-15, 2934, 2960-1, BO6-857,  Statement, p. 3334)

T/37(275) Express letter from the Jewish Cultural
Association in Germany to its counterpart in Vienna
requesting them to approach Eichmann for permission to
prolong the stay in Berlin of five Jewish musicians; Berlin,
14.4.39. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/126 (Central Archives for the History of the Jewish
People, BO6-917, Vol. I, p. 283)

T/37(276) Internal Foreign Ministry memorandum signed by von
Thadden giving details of complaints received from the
Italians about Wisliceny's journey to Athens; 17.6.43.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/986
(TK-326, B06-1008, Vol. II, p. 856)

T/37(277) Operations situation report No. 128 on the
situation in Kiev; Berlin, 3.11.41. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/330 (NO-3157, BO6-846, Vol.
I, 522)

T/37(278) Operations situation report No. 47: The deception
practiced upon the Jews of Vinnitsa (Winnica); pogroms in
Tarnopol, Chorostko; executions in Zhitomir (Shitomir),
Trojanov, Korostyschow, Tscherjschow, Berdichev
(Berditschow), Zaslav (Zaslow), Miropol, Polonno, Proskurov,
Vinnitsa, Mezerow, Czabotowko-Rovno; Berlin, 9.8.41.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/317
(NO-2947, BO6-861, Vol. I, p. 520)

T/37(279) Operations situation report No. 37: Execution of
Jews by Operations Units in Zhitomir; collaboration of the
Romanian police in Beltsy; Berlin, 29.7.41. Submitted during
the course of the trial and marked T/314 (NO-2952, BO6-860,
Vol. I, p. 520)

T/37(280) Operations situation report No. 40: Shooting of
Jews in Czernowitz and Khotin; Berlin, 1.8.41. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/315 (NO-2950,
BO6-864, Vol. I, p. 520)

T/37(281) Guidelines issued by the SS Economic-
Administrative Head Office, for a meeting on 23 March 1944
of "political section chiefs," on procedure to be followed
by concentration camp administrations in their
correspondence and reports. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/1280 (NO-1553, BO6-175, Vol. III, p.
1150)

T/37(282) Eichmann passes on information to the Foreign
Ministry on preparations in Romania for emigration attempts
to Palestine; 3.5.43. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/1054 (K-207414/5, TK-321, B06-982, Vol.
II, p. 879)

T/37(283) Letter from the Chief of the Security Police and
the SD to von Thadden, advising him that, on Himmler's
orders, Mrs. Gemma Glueck had been interned in Ravensbrueck
concentration camp as a political hostage (see T/1204);
Berlin, July 1944 - received 1.8.44. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/1205 (K-350454, TK-530, B06-
1020, Vol. III, p. 1085)

T/37(284) Letter from Kaltenbrunner to Wagner informing him
of the actions of the Swiss Embassy in Budapest regarding a
column of Hungarian Jews being marched to Germany; Berlin,
11.11.44. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/1238 (K-213438, TK-328, BO6-974, Vol. III, p. 1113)

T/37(285) Letter from Eichmann to Rademacher regarding the
treatment of Jews of foreign nationality; Berlin, 12.3.41.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/678 (K-
208093, TK-322, B06-910, Vol. II, p. 701)

T/37(286) Letter from Hunsche to Foreign Ministry forwarding
copies of directive sent to certain Security Police and
Security Service offices regarding treatment of Jews of
foreign nationality; Berlin, 29.4.43. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/777 (372196 Ser:1513, B06-
905, Vol. II, p. 777)

T/37(287) Letter from von Hahn to Eichmann, transmitting a
copy of the teleprint to Ribbentrop's special train (see
T/611) and enquiring about the "implementation of the
demands" promised by Eichmann; 25.2.43. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/612 (K-211963, TK-326, BO6-
961, Vol. II, p. 652)

T/37(288) Letter from Mueller to Bergmann in the Foreign
Ministry providing concrete instances of the non-co-
operative attitude of the Italians in regard to the Jewish
Question; Berlin, 25.2.43. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/613 (K-211957, TK-326, BO6-962, Vol.
II, p. 653)

T/37(289) Teleprint from Bergmann to Sonnleithner
transmitting the demands of the Head Office for Reich
Security regarding the Italian attitude towards the Jewish
Question; Berlin, February 1943. Submitted during the course
of the trial and marked T/614 (K-211741/6, TK-326, BO6-963,
Vol. II, p. 653)

T/37(290) Letter from Eichmann to von Thadden requesting a
meeting with Lospinosa concerning the Italian attitude to
the Final Solution; Berlin, 31.5.43. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/482 (K-211722, TK-326, BO6-
950, Vol. II, p. 600)

T/37(291) Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann informing him
of the opposition of the Pope to the deportation of the Jews
from Rome; Berlin, 23.10.43. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/620 (K-212152/3, TK-326, BO6-954,
Vol. II, p. 654)

T/37(292) Personal documents relating to Eichmann. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/55(1) (B06-26,
Vol. I, p. 191)

T/37(293) 3Letter from Maurer to State Secretary Prague,
advising him that on 28 June 1943 a group of officials would
be inspecting Theresienstadt Ghetto; Berlin, 23.6.43.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/861
(CSI-9, B06-1194, Vol. II, p. 802)

T/37(294)  SS General Staff order of 9.1.44 on Eichmann's
transfer to Department IV. General Staff order of 22.1.44.
correcting an error in the description of Eichmann's rank in
the previous order; 9.1.44 (BO6-1180, Statement, p. 3407)

T/37(295) Letter from Central Office for Jewish Emigration
in Prague to Eichmann, enclosing a statistical survey of the
Jews of Bohemia and Moravia; Prague, 28.4.42. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/836 (CSI-21, B06-
1195, Vol. II, p. 788)

T/37(296)   Eichmann's appointment to Department II 112;
November 1937. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/55(4) (Alex 4-445, B06-1167, Vol. I, p. 191)

T/37(297) Report initialled by Hagen on the organizational
development of the Jewish Section of the SD, II 112, 1935-
1937.   Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/123 (Alex 4-494, BO6-1185, Vol. I, p. 281)

T/37(298) Report by Eichmann on his intelligence assignment
to the Nuremberg Party Rally of September 1937. Proposes
recruiting an American sympathizer to carry out anti-Jewish
agitation in the United States; Berlin, 11.9.37. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/121 (Alex 4-445,
BO6-1168, Vol. I, p. 281)

T/37(299) Minutes of a discussion in Prague on the Solution
of the Jewish Question presided over by Heydrich; Prague,
10.10.41. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/294 (CSI-19, BO6-1193, Vol. I, p. 475)

T/37(300) Minute by Hagen on the results of Eichmann's
discussions with the representative of the Reichsbank, Wolf;
Berlin, 20.6.38. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/150 (Alex 4-455, BO6-1176, Vol. I, p. 290)

T/37(301) Organization plan of Department II 112 of the SD;
Berlin, 6.2.36. Submitted during the course of the trial and
marked T/55(2) (Alex 4-423, B06-1182, Statement 3450, Vol.
I, p. 191)

T/37(302) Report by von Bolschwing on a meeting in Vienna
between Eichmann and representatives of the Reichsbank and
Economics Ministry from Berlin concerning the emigration of
the Jews from Austria; Berlin, 20.6.38. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/149 (BO6-1176, Vol. I, p.
290)

T/37(303) Memorandum by Loewenherz on his meeting with
Eichmann on 14 August 1939. Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/152 (Loewenherz Collection 185-186,
BO6-1134, Vol. I, p. 290)

T/37(304) Minute signed by Zucker and Edelstein of a meeting
held on 21 January 1943 in Seidl's office in Theresienstadt
concerning the reorganization of the running of the ghetto;
Theresienstadt, 27.1.43. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/852 (B06-1239, Vol. II, p. 794)

T/37(305) The Attache's Unit notifies the Police Attache at
the German Legation in Zagreb that a special unit headed by
Krumey will be established to carry out the deportations
from Croatian territory; 15.10.43. Submitted during the
course of the trial and marked T/920 (Y-II-36, B06-1095,
Vol. II, p. 841)

T/37(306) Admission form filled in for prisoners arriving at
Auschwitz; 13.2.43. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/1331 (I-XXVIII, BO6-1112, Vol. III, p. 1270)

T/37(307) Memorandum by von Thadden to his superior,
reporting on discussions with the Head Office for Reich
Security concerning Romanian plans to move Jewish camps to
the Transnistrian interior; Berlin, 12.5.43.  Also, express
rely from Guenther opposing the plan; Berlin, 22.5.43.
Submitted during the course of the trial and marked T/1057
(K-342037/9, TK-520, BO6-1229, Vol. II, p. 879)

T/37(308) Letter from Suhr to Rademacher inviting him to a
second conference on the Final Solution of the Jewish
Question; Berlin, 18.10.42.  Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/189 (K-210341 TK-325, BO6-1206, Vol.
I, p. 321)

T/37(309) Teleprint from Brunner to Eichmann, to the
Inspector of Concentration Camps, and to the Auschwitz
concentration camp, reporting the departure of a train from
Paris to Auschwitz, and appending a list of foodstuffs
loaded; Paris, 28.10.43. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/498 (CJM-569, B06-1220, Vol. II, 602)

T/37(310) Letter from Richter to Foreign Ministry, for
transmission to Eichmann, enclosing minute on Richter's 23
January 1942 meeting with Acting Premier Antonescu (see
T/1008); Bucharest, 30.1.42.  Submitted during the course of
the trial and marked T/1009 (K-342621/4, TK-521, BO6-1226,
Vol. II, p. 864)

T/37(311) Minute by Richter on meeting with Acting Premier
Mihai Antonescu on 23 January 1942, on which he reported to
Eichmann by telegram on 24 January (see T/1007); Bucharest,
23.1.42. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/1008 (K-342621/4, TK-521, BO6-1225, Vol. II, p. 864)

T/37(312) Directives regarding the treatment of Jews,
drafted by the Security Police as a counter-proposal to
those of the "Braune Mappe" issued by the Reich Ministry for
the Occupied Eastern Territories; Berlin, 29.1.42. Submitted
during the course of the trial and marked T/298 (Alex 3, BO6-
1088, Vol. I, p. 483)

T/37(313) Translation into French of an article published in
the Bucharest daily Jurnalul de Dimineata described as the
record of a meeting in Berlin on 26-28 September 1942,
concerning the logistics of transporting Jews; Bucharest,
28.9.42. Submitted during the course of the trial and marked
T/1284 (BO6-1373, Vol. III, p. 1151)

T/37(314) Statement of Wilhelm Harster on the deportation of
the Jewish patients and personnel of "Apeldoorn Bos";
Amsterdam, 15.11.47.  Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/538 (O IV, BO6-1351, Vol. II, pp. 626-
628)

T/37(315) Telegram from Eichmann to the Gestapo branch at
Ciechano with reference to "special treatment" of four Jews;
Berlin, 17.4.42. Submitted during the course of the trial
and marked T/200 (P-I-5, BO6-1254, Vol. I, p. 341)

T/37(316) Telegram from Eichmann to the Gestapo branch at
Ciechanow ordering execution by hanging of seven Jews at
Ghetto Neuhof; Berlin, 23.5.42. Submitted during the course
of the trial and marked T/201 (P-I-5, BO6-1255, Vol. I, p.
341)

T/37(317) Thirty announcements from Eichmann's assistants in
Slovenia on the deportations carried out June-September
1941.   7.6.41-27.9.41. Submitted during the course of the
trial and marked T/900 (Y-I, B06-1079, Vol. II, p. 837)

T/38  Declaration by Eichmann; summing up of first stage of
his Statement (Vol. I, p. 141)

T/39  Tapes 1-76 of Eichmann's Statement (Vol. I, p. 159)

T/40  Tape 77, additional testimony (Vol. I, p. 159)

T/41  Transcript of Tape 77 (Vol. I, p. 159)

T/42  Affidavit of Ms. Sonia Oster (Vol. I, p. 159)

T/43  Notes recorded by the Accused in his cell; 30 May-19
December 1960 (B06-1491, Vol. I, p. 161)

T/44  Handwritten memoirs of the Accused; 16.6.1960 (B06-
1492, Vol. I, p. 161)

T/45  Book by Rudolf Hoess: Commandant of Auschwitz (Vol. I,
p. 162)

T/46  Article in Der Stern (Accused's Statement, Tape 21,
pp. 1026-1035, Vol. I, p. 162 )

T/47  Issue of Life magazine (Vol. I, p. 162)

T/48  Accused's handwritten comments on the article in Life
(B06-1423, Vol. I, p. 163)

T/49  Supplementary comments on the article in Life (Vol. I,
p. 163)

T/50  Supplementary comments on the article in Life (Vol. I,
p. 163)

T/51  Supplementary comments on the article in Life (Vol. I,
p. 163)

T/52  Organization chart; 30.11.60 (B06-1495, Vol. I, p.
163)

T/53  Material for preparation of organization chart (Vol.
I, p. 163)

T/54  16 questionnaires on various subjects and the
Accused's replies (Vol. I, p. 166)

T/55(14)  Chart of Eichmann's Section; 21.12.44 (B06-1453,
Vol. I, p. 193)

T/56  Statement of Smith W. Brookhart on affidavit of Dieter
Wisliceny; 15.11.45 (B06-856, Vol. I, p. 198)

T/57  Wisliceny's affidavit before Col. Brookhart;
Nuremberg, 9.11.45 (B-I, B06-584, Vol. I, p. 198)

T/58  Evidence of Wisliceny before the International
Military Tribunal at Nuremberg; 3.1.46 (IMG-IV, B06-29, Vol.
I, p. 202)

T/59  Letter from Herschel Grynszpan; 29.3.1939 (Vol. I, p.
209)

T/60  Article by Robert Weltsch in Die Juedische Rundschau
(B06-1551, Vol. I, p. 213)

T/61  Three pages from Reichsgesetzblatt containg a number
of laws published by the German Government; 7.4.43 (Vol. I,
p. 215)

T/62  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt concerning the re-
establishment of a professional civil service (Vol. I, p.
215)

T/63  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt concerning ritual
slaughtering (Vol. I, p. 216)

T/64  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt concerning ritual
slaughtering (two pages) (Vol. I, p. 216)

T/65  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt concerning revocation
of naturalization and confiscation of property (Vol. I, p.
216

T/66  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt concerning exclusion of
aliens from German territory (Vol. I, p. 216)

T/67  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt concerning the purity
of German blood and the protection of German honour (Vol. I,
p. 217)

T/68  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing "First decree
to implement the Law on Citizenship of the German Realm."
(Vol. I, p. 218)

T/69  Prayer by Rabbi Dr. Leo Baeck and sent out by Dr. Otto
Hirsch; Day of Atonement 1935 (Vol. I, p. 219)

T/70  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing Law Regarding
the Legal Status of the Jewish Religious Congregations (Vol.
I, p. 221)

T/71  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing Decree
Regarding the Declaration of the Property of Jews (Vol. I,
p. 221)

T/72  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing Third
Proclamation about the Compulsory Carrying of Identity Cards
(Vol. I, p. 221)

T/73  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing Second Decree
to Implement the Law Regarding the Changing of surnames and
First Names (Vol. I, p. 222)

T/74  Issue of Der Stu67rmer, Nazi German weekly (Vol. I, p.
222)

T/75  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing Decree about
Atonement to be made by Jews that are German subjects (Vol.
I, p. 225)

T/76  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing Decree for
the Exclusion of the Jews from German Economic Life (Vol. I,
p. 225)

T/77  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt concerning
Implementation of the Decree Regarding the Atonement Payment
by the Jews (Vol. I, p. 226)

T/78  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing First Decree
for the Implementation of the Law on the Legal Status of
Jewish Religious Associations (Vol. I, p. 226)

T/79  Excerpt from Ministerialblatt detailing Ministerial
Decree Concerning Mobilization of Jewish Property (Vol. I,
p. 226)

T/80  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing Third Decree
on Declaring the Property of Jews  (Vol. I, p. 226)

T/81  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt concerning Tenth Decree
to Implement the German State Citizenship Law (Vol. I, p.
227)

T/82  Ein Geschichte der Juden (A History of the Jews), by
Josef Kastein (Vol. I, p. 230)

T/83  Excerpt from judgment at Nuremberg Trials (regarding
Gestapo, SD and SS); 1.10.46 (IMG-1, BO6-268, Vol. I, p.
236)

T/84  Report by Dieter Wisliceny - "Cell 133" - written in
Bratislava prison; 27.10.46  (B06-6, Vol. I, p. 237)

T/85  Report by Dieter Wisliceny - "Cell 106" - written in
Bratislava prison; 18.11.46  (B06-773, Vol. I, p. 238)

T/86  Excerpt from Polish law of 27.11.45 (B06-1374, Vol. I,
p. 240)

T/87  Polish Bulletin No. 6 containing autobiography by
Rudolf Hoess, Commandant of Auschwitz (Vol. I, p. 241)

T/88  Photostat of manuscript of Hoess' biography  (Vol. I,
p. 241)

T/90  Extracts from the memoirs of Rudolf Hoess; 9.11.42
(CJM-534, B06-256, Vol. I, p. 256)

T/91  Letter from German police to Dr. Franz Meyer regarding
his passport (Vol. I, p. 267)

T/92  Identity card of Dr. Franz Meyer (Vol. I, p. 270)

T/93  Letter from Gestapo to Dr. Franz Meyer prohibiting his
holding a communal leadership position; 3.2.39 (Vol. I, p.
270)

T/94  Instructions to police departments concerning the
manner in which interdepartmental and other correspondence
is to be conducted; 9.7.36 (Alex. 4, BO6-1241, Vol. I, p.
271)

T/95  Document detailing reorganization of State Police
Posts; 23.9.39 (L-361 (US-478), BO6-921, Vol. I, p. 271)

T/96  Himmler's order to establish the Head Office for Reich
Security; 27.9.39 (L-361 (US-478), BO6-919, Vol. I, p. 272)

T/97  Document on the concentration of the central offices
of the Security Police and the SD; 27.9.39  (L-361 (US-478),
BO6-920, Vol. I, p. 272)

T/98  Service Instructions to Higher SS and Police Leaders;
18.12.39 (NO-148, JM-02081, Alex. 4-753, BO6-554, Vol. I, p.
272)
T/99  Instructions for Distribution of Functions in the Head
Office for Reich Security; 1.3.41 (O-II-4, BO6-336, Vol. I,
p. 272)

T/100  Minutes of a meeting on sterilization of persons of
mixed marriages; 6.3.42 (NG-2586, B06-446, Vol. I, p. 272)

T/101  Police order concerning "close co-operation with SS
units," among others between Departments VI and IV; 28.8.41
(NG-4852, BO6-543, Vol. I, p. 272)

T/102  Order directing all communications and documents from
Operations Units A through D to the Command Staff to be
transmitted via the Chief of Department IV; 21.10.41 (NO-
4134, BO6-778, Vol. I, p. 273)

T/103  Executive instructions from Pohl of the SS Economic-
Administrative Main Office on the reporting of important
occurrences in the concentration camps; 25.7.42 (NO-2128,
BO6-411,  Vol. I, p. 273)

T/104  Outline of the composition of the Head Office for
Reich Security, status as of 1.10.43 (L-219, BO6-51, Vol. I,
p. 274).

T/105  List of Police Attaches, Police Liaison Officers, SD-
Commissioners and their male co-workers as of 16.10.43 (NG-
4852, BO6-542, Vol. I, p. 274)

T/106  Comparative table of ranks in the SS, German and
American armies (NG-2253, JM-02023, BO6-789, Vol. I, p. 275)

T/107  Secret activity report of Section II 112 for the
period 1 October 1936-15 February 1937; Berlin, 17.2.37
(National Archives, Alex. 4, BO6-1451, Vol. I, p. 275)

T/108  File memorandum initialled by Eichmann on a meeting
of Section II 112 of the SD held on 18.12.37; Berlin,
21.12.37 (R.G. 242/12-13, BO6-1510, Vol. I, p. 276)

T/109  Circular issued by Section II 112 of the SD
concerning an arrangement with its Gestapo counterpart IIB4
for exchanging transcripts of the interrogation of Jews;
25.6.38 (R.G. 242/29, BO6-1507, Vol. I, p. 276)

T/110  Weizsaecker reports in a circular to all German
diplomatic missions on a meeting between the British
Ambassador and Ribbentrop regarding the Evian Conference;
8.7.38 (NG-3702, BO6-462, Vol. I, p. 277)

T/111  Letter from Hagen to Eichmann concerning the
preparation of a memorandum on the Jewish Question with
attached notes in Eichmann's handwriting; 5.3.38 (R.G.
242/25-28, BO6-1508,
Vol. I, p. 277)

T/112  Instructions of Hanover Gestapo concerning the
blocking of Jewish bank accounts; 11.11.38 (Alex. 4, BO6-
1452, Vol. I, p. 277)

T/113  Heydrich reports to Goering on the results of Crystal
Night and details the heavy damage caused to the Jews both
physically and to their property; 11.11.38 (PS-3058, BO6-
1503, Vol. I, p. 278

T/114  Minutes of meeting in Goering's office dealing with
"The removal of the Jews from the German economy,
confiscation of insurance indemnifications for the damage
caused to Jews on 10 November and other measures against the
Jews"; 12.11.38 (PS-1816, BO6-76, Vol. I, p. 278)

T/115  Cable from Joseph Kennedy, U.S. Ambassador in London
to Acting Secretary of State in Washington reporting on
information he had received from the French Ambassador in
London concerning a conversatiion with Ribbentrop about
German refugee problems;  8.12.38 (PS-3319,  BO6-505, Vol.
I, p. 279)

T/116  Letter from Heydrich to Ribbentrop concerning the
setting up of a Reich Central Office for Jewish Emigration
within the Ministry of the Interior; Berlin, 30.1.39 (K.
210480, BO6-1368, Vol. I, p. 279)

T/117  Hitler's speech before the Reichstag; 30.1.39 (PS-
2663, BO6-296, Vol. I, p. 279)

T/118  Speech delivered by Albert Rosenberg on t February
1939, in which he proposes the solution of the Jewish
Question by establishing a Jewish reservation in Madagascar
or Guinea; 8.2.39 (IMG Streicher-8, BO6-1054, Vol. I, p.
280)

T/119  Three sets of instructions regarding the way in which
police authority should be used to imprison people under the
control of the authorities, in concentration camps; 25.1.38,
4.10.39, 16.5.40) (PS-3040, BO6-782, Vol. I, p. 280)

T/120  See T/37(243)

T/121  See T/37(298)

T/122  See T/37(163)

T/123  See T/37(297)

T/124  Report initialled by Hagen, with corrections in
Eichmann's handwriting, on an intelligence mission to
Palestine and Egypt; Berli, 4.11.37 (Alex-4-365-418, BO6-2,
Vol. I, pp. 281-282)

T/125  See T/37(127)

T/126  See T/37(275)

T/127  Letter from the Jewish Cultural Association in
Germany to the Association in Vienna regarding applications
concerning Jewish musicians from Vienna; Berlin, 10.8.39 (I-
XX-1, BO6-918, Vol. I, p. 283)

T/128  Letter from the SD field office in Vienna to the
commander of the local SD unit concerning the anti-Jewish
riots on 15 October 1938; Vienna, 17.10.38 (YV, BO6-1601,
Vol. I, pp. 283-284)

T/129  Handwritten letter from Eichmann to Herbert (Hagen)
reporting on his plans concerning the Jews of Austria;
Vienna, 23.4.38 (R.G. 242, BO6-1512, Vol. I, p. 284)

T/130  Handwritten letter from Eichmann to Herbert (Hagen)
reporting on the subjugation of the Jewish Community in
Austria in the wake of the Anschluss; Vienna, 1.5.38 (R.G.
242, BO6-1515, Vol. I, p. 285)

T/131  Letter from Dannecker to Dr. Spengler enclosing a
note containing a request by the Reich Representation of the
Jews in Germany to integrate the Jews in Austria under their
authority following the Anschluss; Berlin, 15.3.38 (R.G.
242/18-19, BO6-1509, Vol. I, p. 285)

T/132  Letter from Eichmann to Hagen reporting, inter alia,
on the transfer of the president of the Jewish Community in
Vienna from Dachau to police custody in Vienna; Vienna,
30.4.38 (R.G. 242, BO6-1516, Vol. I, p. 285)

T/133  Copy of a letter from Six to Naumann protesting the
intention to transfer Eichmann to the local SD branch at
Linz; Berlin, 16.5.38 (Alex-450, BO6-1169, Vol. I, pp. 284-
285)

T/134  Letter from Dannecker to SS Untersturmfuehrer
Burmeister informing him that questions pertaining to II 112
in Austria have been discussed with Eichmann; 16.5.38 (R.G.
242, BO6-1513, Vol. I, p. 286)

T/135  Letter from Eichmann on a meeting in Vienna with the
representative of the Reich Bank, Wolf, regarding Jewish
emigration from Austria; 16.6.38  (R.G. 242, BO6-1511, Vol.
I, p. 286)

T/136  Cable from SS Sturmbannfuehrer Vollheim to the Chief
of the Head office of the Security Police on the Reich
Crystal Night in Vienna; 11.11.38 (YV, BO6-72, Vol. I, p.
286)

T/137  Cable from SS Sturmbannfuehrer Sperling to the
Commander of the SD District Danube regarding the Reich
Crystal Night at Linz; Linz, 11.11.38 (YV, BO6-69, Vol. I,
p. 287)

T/138  Report by SS Untersturmfuehrer Fast on the Crystal
Night at Innsbruck; Innsbruck, 12.11.38 (YV, BO6-85, Vol. I,
p. 287)

T/139  Note initialled by Eichmann regarding cash
withdrawals by Austrian Jews; Vienna, 15.11.38 (YV, BO6-784,
Vol. I, p. 287)

T/140  Report from the commander of SD at Styria to the SD
commander in Vienna on the Crystal Night in Styria; Styria,
23.11.38 (YV, BO6-89, Vol. I, p. 288)

T/141  Cable from Vollheim to Hagen and Eichmann requesting
a meeting between the SD and the Economics Ministry on the
purchase of American shares; Vienna, 14.1.39 (RG-242, BO6-
1514, Vol. I, p. 288)

T/142  Letter from Heinrich Stahl, chairman of the Jewish
Community in Berlin, to the Jewish Community and Palestine
Office in Vienna, retracting his criticism of their
emigration procedures (the letter was handed over by
Eichmann - see T/143); Berlin, 1.3.39 (JL 106-107, BO6-1129,
Vol. I, p. 288)

T/143  File memorandum by Loewenherz and Rothenberg on a
meeting with Eichmann; Vienna, 9.3.39 (JL 106-107, BO6-1129,
Vol. I, p. 288)

T/144  File memorandum by Loewenherz on a meeting at
Eichmann's office on questions of emigration; 17.4.39 (JL
115-116, BO6-1130, Vol. I, p. 288)

T/145  File memorandum by Loewenherz on a meeting at
Eichmann's office; 28.4.39 (JL 118-119, BO6-1131, Vol. I, p.
289)

T/146  Handwritten report from Emil Engel, office director
of the Jewish Community in Vienna, to the Central Office for
Jewish Emigration, Vienna, on the liquidation of Jewish
Communities in Austria; 30.5.39 (JL 130-131, BO6-1132, Vol.
I, p. 289)

T/147  Unsigned letter from the Jewish Community in Vienna
to Loewenherz concerning arrangements for the transfer of
sequestered property; Vienna, 26.6.39 (JL 145, BO6-1133,
Vol. I, p. 289)

T/148  File memorandum by Loewenherz on a meeting with
Guenther at the Central Office for Jewish Emigration
regarding preparations for the first transport of Jews from
Austria to Nisko; 10.10.39 (JL 193-195, BO6-1135, Vol. I, p.
289)

T/149  See T/37(302)

T/150  See T/37(300)

T/151  See T/37(123)

T/152  See T/37(303)

T/153  Photocopies of the Loewenherz Report (Vol. I, p. 291)

T/154  See T/37(233)

T/155  Durchlassschein (exit permit) of Dr. Paul Meretz
(Vol. I, p. 295)

T/156  Durchlassschein (exit permit) of Mrs. Meretz
(Vol. I, p. 295)

T/157  Affidavit by Hoettl on a conversation with Eichmann
in August 1944 concerning the rounding up of the Jews of
Europe and their transportation to extermination camps;
Nuremberg, 26.11.45 (PS-2738, BO6-7, Vol. I, p. 307)

T/158  Affidavit by Hoettl on a conversation with Eichmann
in Budapest in August 1944; 5.11.45 (PS-2615, BO6-334, Vol.
I, p. 307)

T/159  Affidavit by Walter Huppenkothen of the Head Office
for Reich Security regarding Eichmann's special status in
Department IV; 18.7.46 (I.M.T., Vol. 42, pp. 315-323, BO6-
874, Vol. I, p. 307)

T/160  See T/37(266)

T/161  Affidavit by Eberhard von Thadden on Eichmann and the
handling of the Jewish Question in the Foreign Ministry in
response to interventions by foreign diplomats; Nuremberg,
11.6.46 (Case IV, Herman Pook-27, pp. 134-149, BO6-453, Vol.
I, p. 308)

T/162  Weekly reports submitted by the Jewish Community in
Prague to the Central Office for Jewish Emigration; 23.7.39-
29.7.39 (PR. 1939 pp. 2-3, BO6-1323, Vol. I, p. 308)

T/163  Weekly reports submitted by the Jewish Community in
Prague to the Central Office for Jewish Emigration; 20.1.40-
22.3.40 (PR. 1940, BO6-1330, Vol. I, p.308)

T/164  See T/37(264)

T/165  See T/37(263)

T/166  See T/37(121)

T/167  Letter of Commission from Himmler to the Higher SS
and Police Leader of the Vistula District, Hildebrandt, and
secret decree by Hitler, Goering, Lammers and Keitel, 7
October 1939, concerning the settlement of ethnic Germans in
the area of the Greater German Reich and the removal of "the
harmful influence of alien population elements"; 7.11.39
(Polish W. Cr. Comm., Bull. XII, BO6-1396, Vol. I, p. 316)

T/168  Bulletin No. XII of the Polish Government Main
Commission for the Investigation of Nazi Crimes; 4.11.39
(Vol. I,
p. 316)

T/169  Letter of transmittal (4 November 1939): Order by
Himmler providing for the transfer of all Jews and parts of
the native Polish population from the Eastern Territories
incorporated into the Reich; Berlin, 30.10.39 (Polish W. Cr.
Comm., Bull. XI1, BO6-1397, Vol. I, p. 316)

T/170  Letter from Heydrich to the commanders and inspectors
of the Security Police in the Generalgouvernement and the
Eastern Occupied Territories notifying them of the
appointment of Eichmann as a Specialist Officer for
evacuation matters in the East; Berlin, 21.12.39 (Polish W.
Cr. Comm., Bull. XII, BO6-1398, Vol. I, p. 317)

T/171  Minute of a meeting concerning evacuation matters
presided over by Eichmann; Danzig, 8.1.40 (Polish W. Cr.
Comm., Bull. XII, BO6-1399, Vol. I, p. 317)

T/172  Minutes of a meeting between Eichmann and Seidl
concerning transports of Jews and Poles from the Eastern
Occupied Territories; Berlin, 23.1.40 (Polish W. Cr. Comm.,
Bull. XII, BO6-1400, Vol. I, p. 317)

T/173  See T/37(128)

T/174  See T/37(40)

T/175  Secret order by von Brauchitsch concerning the
deployment and the terms of co-operation with the Wehrmacht
of special units of the Security Police and the SD inside
the projected military occupation zone in the USSR - with
letter of transmittal; 28.4.41 (NOKW-2080 JM-02106, BO6-
1097, Vol. I, p. 318)

T/176  The Fuehrer's order signed by Hitler, Keitel and
Lammers concerning the jurisdiction of Himmler and the
Reichkommissars in the Eastern Occupied Territories; 17.7.41
(NG-1688 JM-02021, BO6-1091, Vol. I, p. 318)

T/177  Secret directive from Department IV regarding the
selection of Jews in Stalags (POW camps) for "Special
Treatment"; 17.7.41 (Nuremberg, PS-502, BO6-1111, Vol. I, p.
318)

T/178  Directive from Department IIA specifying the
procedure for carrying out "Special Treatment"; Berlin,
26.9.39 (NO-905, BO6-410, Vol. I, p. 318)

T/179  Letter from Goering to Heydrich charging him with
making all necessary preparations for "the implementation of
the desired Final Solution of the Jewish Question"; Berlin,
31.7.41 (PS-710, BO6-461, Vol. I, p. 318)

T/180  Personal letter from Heydrich to Hoffmann, inviting
him to the Wannsee Conference; Berlin, 29.11.41 (PS-709 JM-
02115, BO6-890, Vol. I, p. 319)

T/181  Personal letter from Heydrich to Luther, inviting him
to the Wannsee Conference; Berlin, 29.11.41 (372043-4,
Ser:1512, K-210422, TK-325, BO6-946, Vol. I, p. 319)

T/182  Unsigned note from Section IVB4 concerning Hans
Frank's attempt to solve the Jewish Question in the
Generalgouvernement on his own, and drafts of letters of
invitation to the Wannsee Conference; Berlin, 1.12.41 (CSI-
1, BO6-1101, Vol. I, p. 319)

T/183  Memorandum drawn up in the Foreign Ministry
regarding the solution of the Jewish Question; Berlin,
8.12.41 ( NG-2586 F(6) K210416-8, TK-325, BO6-465, Vol. I,
p. 319)

T/184  Letter from Heydrich to Hoffmann postponing the
Wannsee Conference from 9 December 1941 to 20 January 1942;
8.1.42 (PS-709 JM-02115, BO6-891, Vol. I, p. 319)

T/185  See T/37(41)

T/186  Letter of transmittal from Heydrich to Luther of the
Record of Proceedings of the Wannsee Conference; Berlin,
26.1.42 (372023, Ser:1512, BO6-841, Vol. I, p. 321)

T/187  Letter from Rademacher to Eichmann presenting himself
as the official in charge, as requested by Heydrich from the
Foreign Ministry; 2.3.42 (372022, Ser:1512, BO6-842, Vol. I,
p. 321)

T/188  Letter of transmittal of minutes of a meeting on the
Final Solution held in the offices of Section IVB4 on 6
March 1942 (see Exhibit T/100); Berlin, 14.3.42 (371961,
Ser:1512, BO6-876, Vol. I, p. 321)

T/189  See T/37(308)

T/190  See T/37(94)

T/191  Letter of transmittal from Eichmann to Klingenfuss of
minutes of a meeting on the Final Solution held in the
offices of Section IVB4 on 27 October 1942; Berlin, 3.11.42
(371942, Ser:1512, B06-829, Vol. I, p. 322)

T/192  Letter from Luther to Eichmann concerning the Foreign
Ministry's stand on the proposed sterilization of half-Jews
and the Jewish partners in mixed marriages; Berlin, 7.12.32
(371940-1, Ser:1512, BO6-878, Vol. I, p. 322)

T/193  Express letter from Rademacher to various Reich
offices, including Eichmann, inviting them to a meeting in
the Foreign Ministry on the question of the property of
deported Jews; 23.7.42 (K-208128 TK-322, BO6-908, Vol. I, p.
322)

T/194  Express letter from Klingenfuss of the Foreign
Ministry to various Reich offices containing a report of the
meeting which took place on 30 July 1942 concerning the
disposal of property of foreign Jews in the Reich and of
Jewish property in the German sphere of influence; Berlin,
31.7.42 (NG-424 JM-02014, BO6-508, Vol. I, p. 322)

T/195  Letter from Klingenfuss to the Chief of the Security
Police and the SD concerning the application of the
territorial principle in the disposal of Jewish property;
24.10.42 (NG-4892 JM-02032, BO6-509, Vol. I, p. 322)

T/196  Memorandum from Luther on the Foreign Ministry's role
in the deportations throughout occupied Europe; Berlin,
21.8.42 (NG-2586-J, K-210363-81 TK-325, BO6-93, Vol. I, p.
323)

T/197  Report by Reich Minister of Justice Thierack on a
conversation with Himmler; 18.9.42 (PS-654, BO6-501, Vol. I,
p. 323)

T/198  Letter from Thierack to Bormann concerning the
prosecution of Poles, Russians, Jews and Gypsies; Berlin,
13.10.42  (NG-558, BO6-454, Vol. I, p. 323)

T/199  Album of photographs showing maltreatment of Jews
(Vol. I, p. 328)

T/200  See T/37(315)

T/201  See T/37(316)

T/202  See T/37(168)

T/203  Bulletin of the Polish Government Main Commission for
the Investigation of Nazi Crimes; 1946 (B06-1375, Vol. I, p.
356)

T/204  English translation of T/203 (B06-1376, Vol. I, p.
356)
T/205  Circular from Himmler concerning the setting up of
the Trustee Office East for the administration of
confiscated Jewish and Polish property; Berlin, 10.11.39 (NG-
1922 JM-02022, BO6-1087, Vol. I, p. 358)

T/206  Undated general instructions of the office of the
Reich Commissioner for the Strengthening of German Folkdom
(NO-4059, Green Series IV, 87, BO6-779, Vol. I, p. 358)

T/207  Hans Frank's instructions issued on 15 October for
the running of the Generalgouvernement; Cracow, 25.10.41 (K-
222773, TK-342, BO6-1090, Vol. I, p. 359)

T/208  Express letter from Section IVB4 signed by Heydrich,
to various Reich offices concerning the ban on the use of
public transport by Jews; Berlin, 24.3.42 (K-336714-20, TK-
514, BO6-1174, Vol. I, p. 359)

T/209  Express and confidential circular letter from Section
IVB4, signed by Heydrich, to units of the Criminal Police
concerning the wearing of the Jewish badge; Berlin, 15.9.41
(Alex-3, K-336319-31 TK-513, BO6-1064, Vol. I, p. 359)

T/210  Letter of transmittal from Lammers to Himmler,
enclosing photocopy of an anonymous letter received in the
Reich Chancellery concerning the sufferings of Jews deported
from Stettin and Schneidemuehl to the Lublin area; 28.3.40
(NG-2490, Green Series XIII, 144-146, K-336613-14 TK-514,
BO6-795, Vol. I, p. 359)

T/211  Letter from the Inspector of the Security Police and
the SD in Posen, SS Sturmbannfuehrer Rapp, concerning the
provision of 20 zlotys for each Polish and Jewish deportee;
27.2.40 (Polish W. Cr. Comm., Bull. XII-23, BO6-1401, Vol.
I, p. 359)

T/212  Letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry refusing
the request of a Jewish couple to send financial support to
their mother in the Generalgouvernement; Berlin, 9.5.41 (K-
336140, TK-513, BO6-1177, Vol. I, p. 359)

T/213  Letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry vetoing
the dispatch of parcels to Jews deported to the
Generalgouvernement; Berlin, 27.5.41 (K-336147, TK-513, BO6-
1563, Vol. I, p. 360)

T/214  Book by Leon Weliczker Well The Death Brigade (Vol.
I, p. 360)

T/215  Report by Katzmann, on "the solution of the Jewish
Question in Galicia"; Lemberg, 30.6.43 (L-018, Blue Series
Vol. XXXVII pp. 391-410, BO6-1362, Vol. I, p. 375)

T/216  Affidavit of Paul Blobel on the operation for
covering up the traces of the mass murders in the East and
on mass executions by the Operations Units under his
command; 6.6.47 (NO-3824, BO6-843, Vol. I, p. 376)

T/217  See T/37(252)

T/218  Walter Dejaco's report on an inspection trip by SS
officers from Auschwitz to study equipment used in the
process of extermination in Chelmno; Auschwitz, 17.9.42 (NO-
4467 JM-02092, BO6-1549, Vol. I, p. 376)

T/219  Unsigned copy of letter of transmittal from SS
Sturmbannfuehrer Hoeppner of the Security Police, Posen, to
Eichmann, enclosing memorandum on discussion at the office
of the Reich Representative on "The Solution of the Jewish
Question"; Posen, 16.7.41 (Polish W.Cr. Comm., Bull XII-28,
BO6-1410, Vol. I, p. 377)

T/220  Cable from Uebelhoer, SS Brigadefuehrer and
Regierungspraesident, Litzmannstadt, to Himmler, complaining
about Eichmann's plan to send another 20,000 Jews and 5,000
Gypsies to the overcrowded Lodz Ghetto; 9.10.41 (Alex. 1,
275, BO6-1248, Vol. I, p. 377)

T/221  Report by Ventzki, Oberbuergermeister (mayor) of
Lodz, protesting the plan to transfer 20,000 Jews and 5,000
Gypsies to the Lodz Ghetto; 24.9.41 (Alex. 1, 286-297, BO6-
1247, Vol. I, p. 378)

T/222  Express and secret letter from Heydrich to Himmler,
concerning the planned transfer of 20,000 Jews and 5,000
Gypsies from the Old Reich to the Lodz Ghetto; Berlin,
19.10.41 (Alex. 1, BO6-1544, Vol. I, p. 378)

T/223  Photograph of a child in the Lodz Ghetto about to be
deported (Henryk Ross, Vol. I, p. 381)

T/224  Photograph of children digging up rotten potatoes in
the Lodz Ghetto (Henryk Ross, Vol. I, p. 382)

T/225  Photograph of a woman who died of starvation in the
Lodz Ghetto (Henryk Ross, Vol. I, p. 382)

T/226  Photograph of a victim of starvation in the Lodz
Ghetto (Henryk Ross, Vol. I, p. 382)

T/227  Photograph of a group being taken away for
deportation (Henryk Ross, Vol. I, p. 382)

T/228  Photograph of people on their way to deportation
(Henryk Ross, Vol. I, p. 382)

T/229  Photograph of Jews being brought into the Lodz Ghetto
(Henryk Ross, Vol. I, p. 382)

T/230  Photograph of a line of people ready for deportation
(Henryk Ross, Vol. I, p. 382)

T/231  Photograph of people ready for deportation (Henryk
Ross, Vol. I, p. 382)

T/232  Photograph of people at the gate of the central
prison (Henryk Ross, Vol. I, p. 382)

T/233  Photograph of a mother being taken for deportation
while her children look on (Henryk Ross, Vol. I, p. 382)

T/234  Photograph of a family on the way to deportation
(Henryk Ross, Vol. I, p. 383)

T/235  Photograph of people being loaded into waggons at the
Radegast railway station (Henryk Ross, Vol. I, p. 383)

T/236  Photograph of people being loaded into waggons at the
Radegast railway station (Henryk Ross, Vol. I, p. 383)

T/237  Photograph of the road leading from the Lodz Ghetto
to the Radegast railway station (Henryk Ross, Vol. I, p.
383)

T/238  Photograph of the decree by the mayor of Lodz
ordering the evacuation of the ghetto; 4.8.44 (Henryk Ross,
Vol. I, p. 383)

T/239  Photograph of the order by the Elder of the Lodz
Ghetto to greet anyone wearing a German uniform; 6.1.44
(Henry Ross, Vol. I, p. 383)

T/240  Photograph of the order by the Elder of the Lodz
Ghetto imposing a general curfew; 5.9.44 (Henry Ross, Vol.
I, p. 383)

T/241  Photograph of the order by the Elder of the Lodz
Ghetto to hand over articles of silver and gold; 12.2.44
(Henry Ross, Vol. I, p. 383)

T/242  Photograph of the official list of places of work in
the Lodz Ghetto (Henry Ross, Vol. I, p. 383)

T/243  Express letter from General Thomas, Chief of War
Economy and Armament Office, to Himmler concerning the
transfer of 20,000 Jews and 5,000 Gypsies to the Lodz
Ghetto; Berlin, 11.10.41 (Alex. 1, BO6-1545, Vol. I, p. 387)

T/244  Himmler's reply to General Thomas; 22.10.41 (Alex. 1
(264-260), BO6-1546, Vol. I, p. 387)

T/245  Letter, marked IVB4, from Mueller to Luther
concerning an anonymous letter which complained about the
measures taken against the Jews in the Warthegau; Berlin,
28.2.42 (K-222816, TK-342, BO6-1089, Vol. I, p. 387)

T/246  (1) Handwritten appeal from Maria Schwarz of Brussels
to Hitler for the return of her daughters deported to the
Lodz Ghetto; Brussels, 22.1.42. (2) Letter from Eichmann to
the Foreign Ministry in Berlin rejecting the request "on
grounds of principle"; Berlin, 2.6.42 (K-222790-91, K-
222822, TK-342, BO6-1547, Vol. I, p. 387)

T/247  See T/37(259)

T/248  See T/37(258)

T/249  Letter from Greiser to Pohl concerning the future of
the Lodz Ghetto and the functions of the Botmann Kommando in
reducing its size; Posen, 14.2.44 (NO-519, BO6-945, Vol. I,
p. 387)

T/250  Photograph of Esther Shiloh at a memorial meeting for
Bialik and Herzl in the Lodz Ghetto, shortly before
deportation; 11.7.44 (Vol. I, pp. 388, 391)

T/251  Letter from Ganzenmueller to Wolff concerning
transports of Jews from Warsaw to Treblinka and from
Przemysl to Belzec; Berlin, 28.7.42 (Alex. 1, NO-2207, BO6-
1253, Vol. I, p. 391)

T/252  Letter from Wolff to Ganzenmueller concerning the
dispatch of daily trains; Fuehrer's Headquarters, 13.8.42
(Alex. 1, JM-02087, BO6-1537, Vol. I, pp. 391-392)

T/253  Extracts from Hans Frank's diary selected by Judge
Israel Carmel (YV, Vol. I, p. 392)

T/254  Telegram from  Mueller to Wolff notifying him of the
capture of three Jewish underground fighters in Cracow;
Berlin, 25.12.42 (Alex. 1, BO6-1246, Vol. I, p. 414)

T/255  Handwritten Yiddish translation by Yitzhak Zuckerman
of Mordechai Anilewicz' last letter from the Warsaw Ghetto;
Warsaw Ghetto, 23.4.43 (Lohamei Hagetaot, BO6-1593, Vol. I,
p. 417)

T/256    Leaflet, A Voice from the Depth, issued on 22
August 1944 by the Jewish National Committee on the second
anniversary of the fall of the Warsaw Ghetto (Vol. I, p.
418)

T/257  Book by Rachel Auerbach In the Streets of Warsaw 5700-
5703 (1940-1943) (Vol. I, p. 421)

T/258  Book of sermons by Rabbi Kalonymus Kalmish Shapiro
The Holy Fire (Vol. I, p. 429)

T/259  Diary of Gusta Dawidson-Draenger, Justina's Diary,
written in Montelupich prison (Vol. I, p. 433)

T/260  Report by SS Untersturmfuehrer Benthin of the
Security Police, Przemysl, complaining about the action of a
German Army officer, Albert Battel, who obstructed the
deportation of the Jews by closing the bridge across the San
river; Przemysl, 27.7.42     (Alex. 2 (954-6), BO6-1113,
Vol. I, p. 436)

T/261  Letter from SS Untersturmfuehrer Benthin to the High
Command of the Armed Forces concerning his complaint against
Albert Battel (see T/260); Przemysl, 23.8.42 (Alex. 2 (952-
3), BO6-1114, Vol. I, p. 436)

T/262  Letter of transmittal from Himmler to Martin Bormann
and other Reich functionaries enclosing the police dossier
on Albert Battel, who allegedly helped Jews in Przemysl (see
T/260, T/261); Field Command Post, 3.10.42 (Alex. 2 (967-8),
BO6-1115, Vol. I, p. 436)

T/263  Undated list of RSHA commanders serving in the
Generalgouvernement (Alex. 4, BO6-1531, Vol. I, p. 436)

T/264  Letter from the Sorting Office, Vienna, to the
Central Sorting Office, Berlin, transmitting a German
translation of a Hebrew letter of the Jewish underground in
Be@69dzin, 27 July 1943, concerning the annihilation of the
Jews in the Generalgouvernement; Vienna, 6.9.43 (K-331873-4,
TK- 508, B06-1108, Vol. I, p. 436)

T/265  Teleprint message from Killinger and Richter of the
German legation in Bucharest to Eichmann, transmitting a
German translation of an intercepted letter in Hebrew
concerning the smuggling of Jews from Poland to Romania;
3.12.43 (K-207211-12, BO6-1534, Vol. I, p. 437)

T/266  Notification from Section IVB4 to Wolff, concerning
the evacuation of Jews employed in the Beskid Mountains Oil
Company; 17.9.42 (Pol. W. Cr. Comm., BO6-1498, Vol. I, pp.
437-8)

T/267  See T/37(260)

T/268  See T/37(261)

T/269  Draft of a letter from the Foreign Ministry to
Eichmann and two internal minutes regarding changes
necessitated by Eichmann's wish to be co-signer of the
memorandum of 21 April 1942 (see T/268); Berlin, 4.5.42,
23.5.42, 5.6.42 (K-222801-2, K-222814-5, TK-342, BO6-942,
Vol. I, p. 438)

T/270  Letter from Klingenfuss to Suhr concerning the
treatment of Jews of foreign nationality in the
Generalgouvernement; 3.9.42 (K-222829-30, TK-342, BO6-1086,
Vol. I, p. 439)

T/271  Unsigned draft of a memorandum on the treatment of
Jews possessing foreign nationality; Berlin, 8.2.43 ( 371924-
33, Ser-1512, BO6-9, Vol. I, p. 439)

T/272  Note of transmittal from Hezinger to Eichmann
concerning an "atrocity report" on the Warsaw Ghetto
circulated by the Jewish press in Switzerland; Berlin,
12.8.44 (K-347630, TK-527, BO6-1548, Vol. I, p. 439)

T/273  Report by Juergen Stroop on the destruction of Warsaw
Ghetto (Blue Series Vol. 26, p. 628ff, Vol. I, p. 440)

T/274  Himmler's order for the destruction of the Warsaw
Ghetto (Green Series Vol. 5, pp. 620-622, Vol. I, p. 441)

T/275  Book by Meir Mark Dworzecki, The Jerusalem of
Lithuania in the Revolt and in the Holocaust (Vol. I, p.
447)

T/276  Yellow certificate, Personalausweis, issued in Vilna
Ghetto (Vol. I, p. 451)

T/277  Pink certificate, 05Familienmitgliedausweis,issued in
Vilna Ghetto to family men (Vol. I, p. 451)

T/278  Blue certificate issued to children in the Vilna
Ghetto (Vol. I, p. 451)

T/279  Proclamation in Polish, Lithuanian and German of a
curfew for Jews in the Vilna Ghetto (Vol. I, p. 456)

T/280  Letter from Abba Kovner (code name: Uri) to partisan
commanders Markov and Yurdis concerning a group of Jewish
underground fighters (Vol. I, p. 458)

T/281  Refusal form for a Movement Pass in the Vilna Ghetto
(Vol. I, p. 459)

T/282   Certificate issued the Vilna Ghetto by the Judenrat
or the Jewish police to Jews who would be allowed to work
(Vol. I, p. 459)

T/283  Work certificate issued to Jews in the Vilna Ghetto
(Vol. I, p. 459)
T/284  Document for payment of head tax in the Vilna Ghetto
(Vol. I, p. 459)

T/285  Notice posted on walls in the  Vilna Ghetto
pronouncing the death penalty for possession of more than
thirty marks (Vol. I, p. 459)

T/286  Certificate, Passierschein, permitting its holder to
move around in the Vilna Ghetto during curfew hours (Vol. I,
p. 459)

T/287  Certificate concerning tax paid to the Vilna Ghetto
Judenrat (Vol. I, p. 459)

T/288  Testimonies given to the Jewish underground by Tama
Katz and Yehudit Strench, survivors of the Ponary massacre
(Vol. I, p. 460)

T/289  Manifesto, Der erste Ruf (The First Call), issued on
1 January 1942 in the Vilna Ghetto (Vol. I, p. 460)

T/290  Announcement by Gens, Commander of the Vilna Ghetto
police, of the death by shooting of two workers, Aharon and
Rivka Shulkin, for having gone to a neighbouring village to
buy food; 4.5.43 (Vol. I, p. 463)

T/291  "Battle rules" issued to underground fighters in the
Vilna Ghetto (Vol. I, p. 464)

T/292  Urgent and secret teleprint message from Mueller to
Himmler concerning the transportation of 45,000 Jews from
Bialystok, Theresienstadt, the Netherlands and Berlin to
Auschwitz; Berlin, 16.12.42 (PS-1472 Blue Series XXVII 251-
253, B06-192, Vol. I, p. 475)

T/293  Handwritten statement by Fritz Friedel, Commandant of
the Bialystok Ghetto, on the liquidation of the ghetto and
the visit of Guenther from the Head Office for Reich
Security; Bialystok, 12.6.49 (Jewish Historical Institute,
Warsaw, BO6-1505, Vol. I, p.475)

T/294  See T/37(299)

T/295  Operational situation report No. 19 of Einsatzgruppe
A in Kovno; Berlin, 11.7.41 (NO-2934, BO6-1464, Vol. I, p.
483)

T/296  "Braune Mappe" (Brown File) for the German Civil
Administration in the Eastern Occupied Territories:
Directives concerning the treatment of Jews in the
Reichskommissariat Ukraine; no date (PS-702, BO6-765, Vol.
I. p. 483)

T/297  See T/37(126)

T/298  See T/37(312)

T/299  Minutes of a consultation on a draft decree regarding
the definition of the term "Jew" in the Reich Ministry for
the Eastern Occupied Territories; Berlin, 30.1.42 (BO6-1102,
Vol. I, pp. 486-487)

T/300  Draft of the regulations regarding the definition of
the term "Jew" issued by the Ministry for the Eastern
Occupied Territories; Berlin, 27.4.42 (Alex. 3, BO6-1103,
Vol. I, p. 487)

T/301  Letter from Heydrich to the Reich Minister for the
Eastern Occupied Territories insisting on the primary role
of the Security Police and SD in defining who is a Jew;
Berlin, 17.5.42 ( Alex. 3, BO6-1104, Vol. I, p. 487)

T/302  See T/37(37)

T/303  See T/37(38)

T/304  Report by Walter Stahlecker on the activities of
Operations Unit A in the Baltic countries and North-Western
USSR; 15.10.41 (L-180, BO6-1363, Vol. I, p. 488)

T/305  Operational situation report No. 151 on the
extermination of the Jews of Riga and of those who arrived
in a transport from the Reich; Berlin, 5.1.42 (NO-3257, BO6-
1092, Vol. I, p. 489)

T/306  Affidavit of Walter Blume, Chief of Sonderkommando
7A, on instructions given to the Operations Units with
regard to the Jews in two meetings with Heydrich and
Streckenbach; Nuremberg, 29.6.47 (NO-4145, BO6-844, Vol. I,
p. 493)

T/307  See T/37(238)

T/308  See T/37(188)

T/309  Reports and correspondence between the Head Office
for Reich Security, Security Police and Security Service
concerning the use of gas vans for the extermination of
Jews; May-July 1942 (PS-501, Blue Series, XXVI, 105 ff, BO6-
1099, Vol. I, p. 519)

T/310  See T/37(96)

T/311  Secret letter from Adolf Windecker, Foreign Ministry
representative with the Reich Commissioner for Ostland, to
the Foreign Ministry, Berlin, regarding foreign Jews in the
East (see T/310); Riga, 5.4.43 (NG-2652-B, BO6-1105, Vol. I,
p. 519)

T/312  Affidavit by Otto Ohlendorf on the extermination of
Jews in the East by Operations Units A and D; Nuremberg,
5.11.45 (PS-2620, Blue Series, XXXI, 39-41, BO6-776, Vol. I,
pp. 519-520)

T/313  Operational situation report No. 21 concerning the
execution of Jews by Operations Units in Minsk, Vilna,
Bialystok and Grodno; Berlin, 13.7.41 (NO-2937, BO6-1465,
Vol. I, p. 520)

T/314  See T/37(279)

T/315  See T/37(280)

T/316  Operational situation report No. 45 regarding the
execution of Jews in Bessarabia; Berlin, 7.8.41 (NO-2948,
BO6-863, Vol. I, p. 520)

T/317  See T/37(278)

T/318  Operational situation report No. 67: Extermination of
Jews in Minsk, Smolensk, Mogilev, Orsha, Voroshilov, Mogilev-
Podolski and Jampol; Berlin, 29.8.41 (NO-2837, BO6-1466,
Vol. I, p. 520)

T/319  Activity and situation report No. 3 of the Operations
Units and the Security Police in the USSR, 15-31 August
1941: Extermination in the East (NO-2653, BO6-780, Vol. I,
pp. 520-521)

T/320  Operational situation report No. 63 regarding the
Kishinev Ghetto; Berlin, 25.8.41 (NO-4538, BO6-862, Vol. I,
pp. 520-521)

T/321  Operational situation report No. 73 of executions in
the Nevwel, Slutsk, Borisov and Minsk areas; Berlin, 4.9.41
(NO-2844E,E BO6-1467,E Vol. I, p. 521)

T/322  Report on the massacre of the Jews of Kamenets-
Podolski; 11.9.41 (NO-3154, B06-1468, Vol. I, p. 521)
T/323  Operational situation report No. 81 on the  shooting
of Jews and efforts to induce local Ukrainians to
participate in the extermination; Berlin, 12.9.41 (NO-3153,
BO6-1469, Vol. I, p. 521)

T/324  Operational situation report No. 89: "The Solution of
the Jewish Problem" in the Nikolayev and Kherson areas;
Berlin, 20.9.41 (NO-3148, BO6-1471, Vol. I, p. 521)

T/325  Operational situation report No. 92: Vorkommando
Moskau (Advance Unit Moscow) intervenes against the Jews in
Monastyrishchina and Cheslavitchi, following "repeated
complaints"; mopping-up operations in the Minsk Ghetto;
Berlin, 23.9.41 (NO-3143, BO6-1472, Vol. I, p. 521)

T/326  Operational situation report No. 94 on the
ghettoization of the Jews of Vilna and Riga; exploitation of
unpaid Jewish labour; executions in the Berdichev and
Zhitomir areas; Berlin, 25.9.41 (Nuremberg, NO-3146, BO6-
1473, Vol. I, p. 521)

T/327  Operational situation report No. 106 on the mood and
general attitudes of the non-Jewish population; mass
executions in the Zhitomir and Kiev areas; transfer of
confiscated Jewish valuables to the National-Socialist
Welfare Association; Berlin, 7.10.41 (NO-3140, BO6-1474,
Vol. I, p. 521)

T/328  Operational situation report No. 108 on the execution
of 2,100 Jews and Gypsies in retaliation for the killing of
21 German soldiers in Topola; executions in Gomel, Borisov,
Mogilev, Minsk, etc.; Berlin, 9.10.41 (NO-3156, BO6-1475,
Vol. I, p. 522)

T/329  Operational situation report No. 124 on the
executions in the Mogilev, Vitebsk, Marina Gorka, Tatarsk,
Krupka, Bobruisk, Tronkawitschi and Ostrovno areas; Berlin,
25.10.41 (NO-3160, BO6-1476, Vol. I, p. 522)

T/330  See T/37(277)

T/331  Operational situation report No. 133 on the
executions in the Mogilev and Gorki areas; Berlin, 14.11.41
(NO-2825, BO6-1477, Vol. I, p. 522)

T/332  Operational situation report No.E 185 on the
executions in Chernigov, Dniepropetrovsk and other towns in
the area; Berlin, 19.11.41 (NO-2832, BO6-1478, Vol. I, p.
522)

T/333  Operational situation report No. 143 on the execution
statistics by various units; Berlin, 8.12.41 (NO-2827, BO6-
1479, Vol. I, p. 522)

T/334  Two affidavits by Friedrich Graebe on the execution
of Jews in Rovno and Dubno; Wiesbaden, 10-13.11.45 (PS-2992,
Blue Series, XXXI, 441-450, BO6-1109, Vol. I, p. 522

T/335  Operational situation report No. 145 on the execution
of Jews in Simferopol; Berlin, 12.12.41 (NO-2828, BO6-1480,
Vol. I, p. 522)

T/336  Operational situation report No. 148 on special
actions and mass executions in Byelorussia; Berlin, 19.12.41
(NO-2824, BO6-1481, Vol. I, p. 522)

T/337  Operational situation report No. 155 on the
extermination in Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia; the
resistance of the Jews of Zagare; Berlin, 14.1.42 (NO-3279,
BO6-1482, Vol. I, p. 523)

T/338  Copy of a report from Himmler to Hitler on "successes
in combatting gangs" (Banden-bekaempfungserfolge) during the
period 1 September - 1 December 1942; Field Command Post,
29.12.42 (NO-511, BO6-811, Vol. I, p. 523)

T/339  Report by an armament inspector in the Ukraine to
General Thomas, Chief of the War Economy Office in the High
Command of the German Army, on the extermination of 200,000
Jews without consideration of the economic losses incurred;
2.12.41 (PS-3257, JM-02131, BO6-1566, Vol. I, p. 523)

T/340  (1) Letter from the Governor of Slutsk to Kube,
Commissioner General, White Russia, concerning atrocities
committed against Jews; 30.10.41 (2) Letter from Kube to
Lohse, Reich Commissioner for Ostland, on the above; (no
date) (3) Letter of transmittal from Lohse's office to
Alfred Rosenberg; Riga, 11.11.41 (PS-1104, Blue Series,
XXVII, 1-8, BO6-1568, Vol. I, p. 523)

T/341  Minute by von Thadden on a visit to Minsk by an
Italian delegation; Berlin, 15.5.43 (K-206919, TK-321, BO6-
203, Vol. I, p. 523)

T/342  Report from Kube to Lohse on the extermination of
Jews in his area; Minsk, 31.7.42 (PS-3428, BO6-1098, Vol. I,
p. 523)

T/343  Statement by Paul Blobel. See T/216

T/344  See T/37(118)

T/345  See T/37(17)

T/346  Express letter from the German Foreign Ministry to
Himmler concerning the intended deportation of the
Argentinian Jew Willner to Auschwitz; Berlin, 17.6.42 (K-
380847-9, TK-575, BO6-721, Vol. I, p. 525)

T/347  Letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry
notifying them of the death of the Jew Willner; Berlin,
9.7.42 (K-380844, TK-575, BO6-722, Vol. I, p. 525)

T/348  See T/37(219)

T/349  See T/37(220)

T/350  Letter from von Rautenfeld, representative of the
Foreign Ministry with the Reich Commissioner for Ostland, to
the Foreign Ministry concerning the Italian Jewess Cozzi;
Riga, 20.4.43 (K-364108, TK-549, BO6-746, Vol. I, p. 526)

T/351  Draft of a letter from von Thadden to Eichmann
advocating compliance with the Italian request for the
release of the Jewess Cozzi; Berlin, 2.7.43 (K-364112-3, TK-
549, BO6-747, Vol. I, p. 526)

T/352  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden concerning the
intervention of the High Commissioner of the Fascist Party
for the Eastern Occupied Territories on behalf of the Jewess
Cozzi; Berlin, 6.7.43 (K-364115, TK-549, BO6-748, Vol. I, p.
526)

T/353  Letter from Windecker, representative of the Foreign
Ministry with the Reich Commissioner for Ostland, to the
Foreign Ministry, Berlin, supporting the opposition of the
local commanders of the Security Police and the SD to the
emigration of the Jewess Cozzi from the Riga Ghetto; Riga,
2.7.43 (K-364122-3, TK-549, BO6-749, Vol. I, p. 526)

T/354  See T/37(221)

T/355  Letter from Krischak of IVB4 to von Thadden
concerning the repatriation of a Hungarian Jewish family
from Poland to Hungary; Berlin, 15.7.43 (K-213650, TK-328,
BO6-1100, Vol. I, p. 526)
T/356  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden refusing a
request by the Romanian Consul-General for the repatriation
of a Romanian Jewish family in Cracow; Berlin, 28.3.44 (K-
207058-9, TK-321, BO6-1542, Vol. I, p. 527)

T/357  Copy of a note verbale  from von Thadden to the Royal
Romanian Embassy concerning the Jewish Romanian family
Zuckermann and a minute by von Thadden; Berlin, 24.7.44 (K-
207077,  TK-321, BO6-1543, Vol. I, p. 527)

T/358  Report by Oberstleutnant Lahousen on an intelligence
journey across occupied Poland; 19.9.39 (PS-3047, JM-02130,
BO6-1535, Vol. II, p. 563)

T/359  Teleprint message from Hauptsturmfuehrer Mohr, Senior
Commander of the Security Police and the SD in the
Generalgouvernement (Department for Resettlement), to SS
Sturmbannfuehrer Rapp in Posen, asking him to inform
Eichmann of a change in the route of a train transport
scheduled to leave Kalisz on 17 February 1940; Cracow,
10.2.40 (Pol. War Cr. Comm., Bull. XII-19, BO6-1402, Vol.
II, p. 563)

T/360  Teleprint message from the Regional Headquarters of
the SD in Poznan to Group IIIB in the Head Office for Reich
Security concerning provision of work force from the Eastern
Occupied Territories (IVD4 is referred to as having
transmitted the Goering decrees relative to this matter);
Poznan, 13.3.41 (Pol. War Cr. Comm., BO6-1489, Vol. II, p.
563)

T/361  Statistical summary by localities of evacuation and
resettlement of Poles and ethnic Germans from the Warthegau,
1939-1943 (Pol. War Cr. Comm., BO6-1490, Vol. II, p. 563)

T/362  Statistical summary of Poles, Jews and Gypsies
deported into the Generalgouvernement and of Jews to the
unoccupied zone in France by 15 November 1940; November 1940
(NO-5150, BO6-1251, Vol. II, p. 563)

T/363  Letter from the Inspector of the Security Police and
the SD (Central Office for Resettlement) in Poznan, Rapp, to
his opposite number in Lodz, Krumey: According to an
arrangement with Eichmann, the Lodz office is to be notified
eight days in advance of transports from Ciechanow; Poznan,
18.4.40 (Pol. War Cr. Comm., Bull. XII-31, BO6-1403, Vol.
II, p. 564)

T/364  Minute from Hoeppner on a conversation between
Eichmann and Seidl concerning evacuation and resettlement
problems; Poznan, 6.6.40 (Pol. War Cr. Comm., Bull. XII-35,
BO6-1404, Vol. II, p. 564)

T/365  Minute by Hoeppner on a conversation between
Eichmann and Seidl concerning evacuation of Poles; 6.6.40
(Pol. War Cr. Comm., Bull. XII-34, BO6-1405, Vol. II, p.
564)

T/366  Minute by Eichmann on a discussion with Krumey,
Jahnke and Dreier on the evacuation of Poles and the
settlement of families of Galician German miners in the
district of Saybusch; Berlin, 7.8.40 (Pol. War Cr. Comm.,
Bull. XII-43, BO6-1406, Vol. II, p. 564)

T/367  Telegram from Krumey to Eichmann notifying him of the
departure of three transports by train from Lodz on 25
February, 27 February and 1 March, 1941; Lodz, 21.2.41 (Pol.
War Cr. Comm., Bull. XII-65, BO6-1407, Vol. II, p. 564)

T/368  Telegram from Eichmann to Hoeppner and Krumey
notifying them of the dates of departure of four evacuation
trains; Berlin, 26.2.41 (Pol. War Cr. Comm., Bull. XII-66,
BO6-1408, Vol. II, p. 564)

T/369  Bulletin II of the Polish War Crimes Commission.

T/370  Letter from Guenther to Krumey in Lodz containing
instructions for the evacuation of 140,000 Poles from the
area of the Generalgouvernement; Berlin, 10.10.42 (Pol. War
Cr. Comm., Bull. II, BO6-284, Vol. II, pp. 564-565)

T/371  Letter from Krumey to Guenther about the number of
Poles intended for evacuation; 11.10.42 (Pol. War Cr. Comm.,
Bull. II, BO6-285, Vol. II, p. 565)

T/372  Secret directives by Krumey for the camp of Polish
evacuees from Zamosc;  Zamosc, 21.9.42 (Pol. War Cr. Comm.,
Bull. II, BO6-289, Vol. II, p. 565)

T/373  Telegram from Guenther to Krumey in Cracow concerning
the evacuation of Poles from the Lublin, Lvov and Radom
districts; Berlin, 26.10.42 (Pol. War Cr. Comm., Bull. XIII-
2, BO6-1411, Vol. II, p. 565)

T/374  Letter from Mueller to Himmler submitting proposals
for the evacuation of Poles from the Lublin (Zamosc)
district, in order to make room for the settlement of ethnic
Germans; with letter of transmittal from Guenther to Krumey
in Zamosc; Berlin, 31.10.42 (Pol. War Cr. Comm., Bull. XIII-
3, BO6-1412, Vol. II, p. 565)

T/375  Secret order by Krueger regarding the resettlement of
the Polish population supplementing "the general directives
by the Head Office for Reich Security"; 10.11.42 (Pol. War
Cr. Comm., BO6-286, Vol. II, p. 565)

T/376  Letter from Krumey to Eichmann about plans for the
evacuation of Poles in the Lublin district; 29.12.42 (Pol.
War. Cr. Comm., Bull. II, B06-291, Vol. II, p. 565)

T/377  Report from police headquarters in Warsaw giving
details of the transports in the Lublin district; 26.2.43
(Pol. War Cr. Comm., Bull. II, B06-293, Vol. II, p. 565)

T/378  Letter from Guenther to Krumey ordering the arrest
and transfer to concentration of priests in the Lublin
district; Berlin, 29.12.42 (Pol. War Cr. Comm., Bull. II,
B06-292, Vol. II, p. 565)

T/379  Orders from Krueger concerning the evacuation of
Polish farmers and landowners; 21.11.42 (Pol. War Cr. Comm.,
Bull. II, B06-287, Vol. II, p. 566)

T/380  Proclamation issued by the authorities for
distribution among the Poles in the camp to which they had
been evacuated; December 1942 (Pol. War Cr. Comm., Bull. II-
109, B06-290, Vol. II, p. 566)

T/381  Internal report on the results of the evacuation of
Poles and especially the effect on children; January 1943
(Pol.
War Cr. Comm., Bull. II-119-120, B06-294, Vol. II, p. 566)

T/382  Report by SS Untersturmfuehrer Kinna on the transport
of 644 Poles to the labour camp in Auschwitz; 16.12.42 Pol.
War Cr. Comm., BO6-288, Vol. II, p. 566)

T/383  Circular teleprint message from Goering prohibiting
further deportations of Jews from the Reich to the
Generalgouvernement without his approval or the consent of
the Governor General; 23.3.40 (K-205696, TK-320, BO6-935,
Vol. II, p. 566)

T/384  Telegram from IVB4, signed by Mueller, to units of
the Security Police in the Eastern Occupied Territories and
Vienna, prohibiting further deportations to the
Generalgouvernement; 15.3.41 (Pol. War Cr. Comm., Bull. XII-
69, BO6-1395, Vol. II, pp. 566-567)

T/385  Letter from Ribbentrop to the Chief of the High
Command of the German Armed Forces concerning the tasks of
Ambassador Abetz in France; Fuschl, 3.8.40 (RF-1061, PS-
3614, BO6-440, Vol. II, p. 567)

T/386  Letter from Dr. Carl Theo Zeitschel of the German
Embassy in Paris, to Dannecker at the office of the
representative of the Chief of the Security Police and the
SD in France and Belgium, concerning the seizure of the
furniture of a German emigrant; Paris, 20.6.41 (NG-2851, BO6-
488, Vol. II, p. 567)

T/387  Letter of reminder from Luther to Himmler's personal
staff concerning Himmler's position regarding the anti-
Semitic measures suggested by Ambassador Abetz to ensure the
later removal of the Jews from the unoccupied zone of
France; Berlin, 10.9.40 (K-204570, TK-319, BO6-955, Vol. II,
p. 567)

T/388  Letter from Heydrich to Luther endorsing the anti-
Semitic measures against the Jews in France suggested by
Ambassador Abetz, and insisting on the role of the Security
Police in that regard; Berlin, 20.9.40 (NG-4893, K-204567-8,
TK-319, BO6-86, Vol. II, p. 567)

T/389  Letter from Dr. Knochen, Senior Commander of the
Security Police in France, to the Chief of the Military
Administration in France, proposing the setting up of
concentration camps for foreign Jews; Paris, 28.1.41 (CJM-
511, BO6-1071, Vol. II, p. 568)

T/390  Record of a discussion between Abetz, Dannecker
Achenbach and Zeitschel on the progress of the anti-Jewish
measures in France; Paris, 1.3.41 (NG-4895, CJM-511, BO6-
442, Vol. II, p. 568)

T/391  Telegram from Hagen at the Gestapo office in Bordeaux
to Unit II in Paris concerning a proposal to let 150 Jews
presently in Saint-Jean-de-Luz emigrate to Spain; Bordeaux,
22.7.41 (RF-1201, JM-02143, CJM-538, BO6-319, Vol. II, p.
568)

T/392  Telegram from Knochen to the Gestapo field office in
Bordeaux rejecting a proposal to let 150 Jews emigrate to
Spain (Dannecker's initials appear at the top of the
letter); Paris, 26.7.41 (RF-1202, JM-02143, BO6-167, Vol.
II, p. 568)

T/393  Letter from Dannecker to Zeitschel in the German
embassy in Paris reporting on the number of Jews interned in
the camps of Drancy, Pithiviers and Beaune-la-Rolande, and
their estimated number in different parts of France; Paris,
20.10.41 (NG-3264, BO6-432, Vol. II, p. 568)

T/394  Letter from Mueller to SS Brigadefuehrer Thomas in
Brussels (copy to the SD branch office in Paris) concerning
the prevention of the emigration of Jews; Berlin, 23.10.41
(CJM-534, BO6-1209, Vol. II, pp. 568-569)

T/395  Letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry in
Berlin ordering that the emigration of Jews from the
occupied areas be stopped; Berlin, 19.11.41 (K-340299-300,
TK-518, BO6-1179, Vol. II, p. 569)

T/396  Letter from Knochen, marked IV J, to Eichmann
concerning the fate of Jews from the Reich arrested near the
Spanish-French border; Paris, 19.11.41 (C II-3, BO6-713,
Vol. II, 569)

T/397  Telegram from Eichmann to the Gestapo office in Paris
in reply to an enquiry about the Jews from the Reich
arrested near the Spanish-French border; Berlin, 24.11.41 (C
II-3a, BO6-714, Vol. II, p. 569)

T/398  Letter from the Military Commander in France to the
representative of the Chief of the Security Police and the
SD in Paris concerning the deportation of "Jewish Bolshevik
Elements" to forced labour camps in the East and the
intervention of the French Red Cross; Paris, 10.1.42 (RF-
1212, JM-02143, BO6-312, Vol. II, p. 569)

T/399  Letter from Knochen (drafted by Dannecker) to the
Military Commander in France expressing his objection to a
visit by Red Cross representatives to the Compiegne camp;
Paris, 28.1.42 (RF-1212, JM-02143, BO6-313, Vol. II, p. 569)

T/400  Report by Dannecker on the progress of the Final
Solution in France; Paris, 22.2.42 (RF-1210, JM-02143, BO6-
316, Vol. II, pp. 569-570)

T/401  Telegram from Eichmann to Knochen, concerning the
transfer of 1,000 Jews to a reception camp in Germany;
Berlin, 28.2.42 (C II-37, BO6-694, Vol. II, p. 370)

T/402  See T/37(60)

T/403  See T/37(21)

T/404  See T/37(61)

T/405  Letter, signed by Knochen and drafted by Dannecker,
to Ehlers in Brussels, notifying him of a consultation in
Paris on the marking of Jews; Paris, 10.3.42 (CJM-592, BO6-
457, Vol. II, p. 572)

T/406  Teleprint message from Dannecker to Lages in the
Security Service branch office in Amsterdam concerning the
marking of Jews; Paris, 16.3.42 (CJM-534, B06-1259, Vol. II,
p. 572)

T/407  Telegram from Eichmann to the Senior Commanders of
the Security Police and the SD in Belgium and France giving
detailed directives for carrying out the deportation of
6,000 Jews from Compiegne to Auschwitz; Paris, 12.3.42 (C II-
4, BO6-693, Vol. II, p. 572)

T/408  Letter from Dannecker to Dr. Speidel, headquarters of
the Military Commander in France, concerning the decision of
the Head Office for Reich Security to deport 6,000 Jews;
Paris, 17.2.42 (C I-6, BO6-587, Vol. II, p. 572)

T/409  See T/37(22)

T/410  Minute by Dannecker on a conversation with Novak IVB4
concerning the deportation of 1,000 Jews from Compiegne to
Auschwitz; Paris, 20.3.42 (CJM-534, BO6-1210, Vol. II, pp.
572-573)

T/411  Urgent teleprint message from Knochen and Dannecker
to IVB4 concerning the refusal of the Military Commander to
detail guards for the transport of 1,000 Jews from Compiegne
and Drancy; Paris, 20.3.42 (CJM-534, B06-1211, Vol. II, p.
573)

T/412  Minute by Dannecker on instructions he has given to
the French police in connection with the deportation of
Jews; Paris, 25.3.42 (CJM-534, BO6-1213, Vol. II, p. 573)

T/413  Extract from a minute by Dannecker on a discussion at
the German Embassy in Paris concerning the marking of the
Jews in France and the attitude of the French authorities
towards it; 17.4.42 (CJM-592, BO6-444, Vol. II, p. 573)

T/414  Teleprint message from Dannecker to IVB4 and to other
branch offices stating that the marking of the Jews in
France is to follow the arrangements in Holland, so as to
unify the implementation; Paris, 14.5.42 (CJM-592, BO6-1358,
Vol. II, p. 573)

T/415  Telegram from Suhr of IVB4a to the representative of
the Security Police and the SD in occupied France concerning
the scope of application of the regulation regarding the
marking of the Jews in occupied France and Belgium; Berlin,
10.6.42 (CJM-592, BO6-1360, Vol. II, p. 573)

T/416  Secret telegram from Guenther to Knochen in Paris
with precise instructions for the deportation of 1,000 Jews
from Compiegne to Auschwitz (a copy of the list of the
deportees is to be forwarded to IVB4); Berlin, 16.5.42 (CJM-
534, BO6-1214, Vol. II, p.573)

T/417  Teleprint message from Dannecker to IVB4  to the
Inspector of Concentration Camps in Oranienburg and to the
Commandant of Auschwitz, notifying them of the departure of
a second transport of Jews from France; Paris, 5.6.42 (CJM-
534, BO6-1394, Vol. II, p. 573)

T/418  See T/37(23)

T/419  Memorandum by Dannecker on a discussion in Eichmann's
office on 11 June 1942: 15,000 Jews to be deported from The
Netherlands, 10,000 from Belgium, and 100,000 from France,
including the unoccupied zone; Paris, 15.6.42 (RF-1217, CJM-
538, BO6-585, Vol. II, p. 573)

T/420  Minute by Dannecker on the technical implementation
of the deportation of Jews from France; Paris, 15.6.42 (RF-
1219, CJM-534, BO6-873, Vol. II, p. 574)

T/421  See T/37(24)

T/422  See T/37(62)

T/423  Memorandum by Roethke on a meeting between Dannecker
and representatives of the French police concerning the
deportation of Jews from occupied and unoccupied France;
Paris, 26.6.42 (CJM-538, BO6-1525, Vol. II, pp. 574-575)

T/424  See T/37(25)

T/425  See T/37(59)

T/426  Memorandum by Dannecker on negotiations with
representatives of the French police on the deportation of
the Jews of Paris; Paris, 29.6.42 (CJM-534, BO6-1069, Vol.
II, 575)

T/427  Memorandum by Dannecker on negotiations with
representatives of the French police on the deportation of
the Jews of Paris; Paris, 29.6.42 (CJM-534, BO6-1069, Vol.
II, p. 575)

T/428  Minute of a meeting between Eichmann and Dannecker
concerning the deportation of the Jews of France; Paris,
1.7.42 (RF-1223, JM-02143, B06-97, Vol. II, p. 575)

T/429  See T/37(26)

T/430  Telegram from Abetz to the Foreign Ministry stating
that the Embassy has no objections to the deportation of
40,000 Jews from France to Auschwitz; Paris, 2.7.42 (NG-183,
E-046569-70, Ser.3872, BO6-438, Vol. II, p. 577)

T/431  Dannecker's guidelines for the round-up of the Jews
of Paris: The practical implementation by the French police
under the direction of IV J; Paris, 4.7.42 (RF-1224, CJM-
328, BO6-225, Vol. II, p. 577)

T/432  Minutes of a meeting on the deportation of Jews from
France attended by Security Police officials and
representatives of the French police; Paris, 4.7.42 (RF-
1225, JM-02143, CJM-534, BO6-318, Vol. II, p. 577)

T/433  See T/37(63)

T/434  Minutes of the first meeting of the "Action
Committee" concerning the arrest and deportation of the Jews
of Paris; Paris, 8.7.42 (C II-10a, BO6-699, Vol. II, p. 577)

T/435  Letter from Roethke to IVB4 notifying them of changes
in the schedule of transports of Jews from France to
Auschwitz; Paris, 14.7.42 (C II-11, BO6-705, Vol. II, p.
577)

T/436  See T/37(27)

T/437  See T/37(83)

T/438  See T/37(31)

T/439  See T/37(32)

T/440  Minute by Roethke on a session of German and French
police representatives concerning Jews arrested in the round-
up planned for 16 July 1942; Paris, 11.7.42 (CJM-534,  BO6-
1349, Paris, Vol. II, p. 592)

T/441  Teleprint message from Roethke to Head Office for
Reich Security requesting a decision on the deportation of
Jewish children taken in the course of the latest round-up
of stateless Jews; Paris, 18.7.42 (C VII-2, BO6-1165, Vol.
II, p. 592)

T/442  Teleprint message from Ahnert, Dannecker's aide in IV
J, Paris, to IVB4 concerning the deportation of Jewish
children to Auschwitz; Paris, 11.8.42 (C II-17, BO6-712,
Vol. II, p. 592)

T/443  Teleprint message from Guenther to the Security
Police branch in Paris stating that the Jewish children in
the camps of Pithiviers and Beaune-la-Rolande can be divided
up gradually among the transports to Auschwitz; Berlin,
13.8.42 (CJM-534, BO6-1212, Vol. II, p. 592)

T/444  Teleprint message from Roethke to Eichmann in the
Head Office for Reich Security, reporting the departure of a
train from Le Bourget-Drancy to Auschwitz with 1,000 Jews;
Paris,
14.8.42 (CJM-569, BO6-1216, Vol. II, p. 592)

T/445  Points for discussion prepared by Dannecker for his
meeting with Bousquet, Vichy French Chief of Police; on the
deportation of Jews; Paris, 21.7.42 (CJM-538, BO6-1224, Vol.
II, p. 593)

T/446  Letter from Suhr to Dannecker asking him to take
measures to prevent the emigration of Jews from the
unoccupied zone of France through Spain to America; Berlin,
10.7.42 (RF-1206, BO6-228, Vol. II, p. 593)

T/447 (1-9, 12-13, 14, 16)  Set of chronologically arranged
teleprint messages from SD Section IV J in Paris reporting
the  departure of deportation trains to Auschwitz.  Each
report was forwarded to Eichmann in the Head Office for
Reich Security, to the Inspector of Concentration Camps in
Oranienburg, and to the Auschwitz concentration camp; Paris,
17.7.42-2.3.43 (CJM-534, BO6-696, 695, 752, 691, 692, 690,
271, 257, 256, 436, 275, 276, 273, Vol. II, pp. 593-594)

T/447 (10-11)  Two teleprint messages from Roethke to IVB4,
with a copy to the Senior Commander of the Security Police
and the SD in Metz, notifying them of the scheduled dispatch
of deportation trains from Le Bourget-Drancy to Auschwitz;
Paris, 3-6.2.43 (CJM-534, BO6-274, 435, Vol. II, pp. 593-
594)

T/447 (15)  Secret teleprint message from Roethke to IVB4,
with a copy to the Senior Commander of the Security Police
and the SD in Metz, notifying them of the scheduled dispatch
of three deportation trains; Paris, 25.2.43 (CJM-534, BO6-
250, Vol. II, pp. 593-594)

T/447 (17-18)  Two teleprint messages from Roethke to
Eichmann and to the Senior Commanders of the Security Police
and the SD in Cracow and Lublin, reporting the departure of
deportation trains from Le Bourget-Drancy to Chelm (Cholm);
Paris, 4-6.3.43 (CJM-534 BO6-263, 269, Vol. II, pp. 593-594)

T/448  Draft of a letter from Klingenfuss of the Foreign
Ministry to Eichmann stating that he does not object in
principle to the planned deportation of Jews from occupied
France, The Netherlands and Belgium to Auschwitz, but in
view of the psychological reactions only stateless Jews
should be deported at first; 27.7.42 (NG-183, BO6-98, Vol.
II, p. 594)

T/449  Minute by Roethke on a conference on the deportation
of Jews from the unoccupied zone of France which was held in
the offices of Section IV J, together with representatives
of the French police; Paris, 13.8.42 (RF-1234, Blue Series
XXXIX, 6-8, BO6-111, Vol. II, p. 594)

T/450  Letter from Roethke  to Dr. Knochen concerning the
Foreign Ministry's demand to know "how the entire transport
of stateless Jews had come about"; Paris, 29.8.42 (CJM-534,
BO6-75, Vol. II, p. 594)

T/451  See T/37(33)

T/452  See T/37(34)

T/453  Minute by Roethke on a conversation with Leguay,
Secretary-General for the French police in the occupied zone
concerning the deportation of Jews from France; Paris,
9.9.42  (CJM-534, BO6-1260, Vol. II, p. 595)

T/454  Memorandum by Roethke on the arrest of rich and
influential Jews and persons wearing the Jewish Badge in
France; Paris, 16.9.42 (C II-753, BO6-715, Vol. II, p. 595)

T/455  Teleprint message from Roethke to Eichmann, to the
Inspector of Concentration Camps in Oranienburg, and to the
Auschwitz concentration camp, reporting the departure of a
deportation train carrying 1,000 Jews; Paris, 23.9.42 (CJM-
538, BO6-37, Vol. II, p. 595)

T/456  Teleprint message from Knochen to IVB4 in the Head
Office for Reich Security: The French Government is opposed
to the arrest of Jews of French nationality; arrest of
Romanian Jews living in France; Paris, 25.9.42 (NG-1971, JM-
02022, CJM-534, BO6-270, Vol. II, p. 595)

T/457  Teleprint message from Roethke to Eichmann, to the
Inspector of Concentration Camps in Oranienburg and to the
Auschwitz concentration camp, reporting the departure of a
transport train carrying 211 Jews; Paris, 1.10.42 (C II-25,
BO6-272, Vol. II, p. 595)

T/458  Exchange of teleprint messages between Roethke in
Paris and Eichmann and Guenther concerning the dispatch of
3,000 Jews by train from Drancy to Auschwitz; Paris,
31.10.42 (CJM-534, BO6-254, Vol. II, pp. 595-596)

T/459  See T/37(66)

T/460  See T/37(67)

T/461  Teleprint message from Roethke to Eichmann, to the
Inspector of Concentration Camps in Oranienburg and to the
Auschwitz concentration camp, reporting the departure of a
transport train for Auschwitz with 745 Jews aboard; Paris,
11.11.42 (C II-27, BO6-255, Vol. II, p. 596)

T/462  Letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry
disallowing "on grounds of principle" the return from
Auschwitz of the Jew Roger Masse, a former French prisoner
of war (with attached letter from the representative of the
Foreign Ministry with the German Armistice Commission in
Wiesbaden); Berlin, 2.12.42 (K-345217, TK-524, BO6-136, Vol.
II, p. 596)

T/463  (Affidavit by Robert Daniel Louis Masse, nephew of
Roger Masse; 16.11.60 (F-V, B06-1163)

T/464  See T/37(65)

T/465  Telegram from Eichmann to Dr. Knochen requesting
information on the extent of deportations of Jews expected
for the first months of 1943; Berlin, 19.12.42 (C II-40, BO6-
122, Vol. II, p. 597)

T/466  Teleprint message from Dr. Knochen to Eichmann:
Deportations of Jews from France expected to resume in mid-
February or beginning of March; Paris, 31.12.42 (RF-1229, JM-
02143, BO6-317, Vol. II, p. 597)

T/467  Letter from Himmler to Mueller, ordering him to set
up a special camp for Jews from France, Hungary and Romania
who have influential relatives in America and can be used as
hostages; Field Command Post, December 1942 (Alex. I-507,
BO6-1164, Vol. II, p. 597)

T/468  German translation of various appeals and
declarations by the French clergy protesting against the
mass arrests of Jews (with letter of transmittal from the
Security Police unit in Orleans to the office of the Senior
Commander of the Security Police and the SD in Paris);
Orleans, 22.1.43 (CJM-534, BO6-1258, Vol. II, p. 597)

T/469  Letter from the Foreign Ministry to Eichmann,
notifying him of the anti-Jewish measures taken by the
French police in southern France and the instructions given
to the German Embassy in Paris; January 1943 (K-211781-2,TK-
326, BO6-965, Vol. II, p. 597)

T/470  Telegram from Guenther to Dr. Knochen concerning the
preparation of two special trains to Auschwitz, each
carrying 1,500 to 2,000 Jews; Jews living in mixed marriages
may be put under protective custody and deported in prisoner
transports; Berlin, 25.1.42 (CJM-538, BO6-1223, Vol. II, pp.
597-598)

T/471  Letter from Dr. Knochen to Mueller stating that the
plan, communicated by Eichmann, to deport all Jews of French
nationality is likely to encounter difficulties on the part
of the French authorities; 12.2.43 (NG-4956, CJM-538, BO6-
121, Vol. II, p. 598)

T/472  See T/37(146)

T/473  Telegram from Eichmann to Dr. Knochen in Paris
notifying him that Ribbentrop will raise the subject of the
Italian attitude to the Jewish Question in his impending
talks with Mussolini; Berlin, 26.2.43 (C II-1, BO6-697, Vol.
II, p. 598)

T/474  See T/37(64)

T/475  See T/37(68)

T/476  See T/37(69)

T/477  Memorandum by Roethke to Dr. Knochen on "the
continuing fight against Jewry in France"; Paris, 27.3.43 (C
I-7, BO6-718, Vol. II, p. 599)

T/478  Telegram from Rahn in Tunisia to the Foreign Ministry
in Berlin, concerning the political situation and anti-
Jewish activities of the Einsatzkommando  of the Security
Police and the SD in Tunisia; 24.12.42 (Case XI, PDB 64 (160-
165), BO6-1553, Vol. II, p. 599)

T/479  Telegram from Rahn in Tunisia to the Foreign Ministry
in Berlin: 50,000,000 French francs levied on Jews have been
distributed among bombed out families, mostly Moslem; 6.4.43
(NG-2737, JM-02025, BO6-1552, Vol. II, 599)

T/480  Telegram from Guenther to the Security Police units
in The Hague (Zoepf), in Paris (Knochen), and in Brussels
(Ehlers) concerning the giving of information to deported
Jews concerning the place and manner of their prospective
employment; Berlin, 29.4.43 (CJM-534, BO6-1208, Vol. II, pp.
599-600)

T/481  Draft of a letter from von Thadden to Eichmann
concerning diplomatic efforts to persuade the Italians to
take action against the Jews; Berlin, 6.5.43 (K-208976-7, TK-
323, BO6-196, Vol. II, p. 600)

T/482  See T/37(290)

T/483  Minute by von Thadden submitted to the head of Inland
II in the Foreign Ministry concerning Eichmann's proposal to
invite the Italian police inspector Lospinosa for a
discussion in Paris; Berlin, 1.6.43 (K-208971, TK323, BO6-
875, Vol. II, p. 600)

T/484  Teleprint message from Roethke to Ehlers in  Brussels
outlining measures taken against Jews of French nationality;
Paris, 15.6.43 (CJM-569, XLIX-10, BO6-1522, Vol. II, p. 600)

T/485  Teleprint message from Dr. Knochen (drafted by
Roethke) to Mueller informing him that Laval and the French
Minister of Justice have signed the draft of a law revoking
the French nationality of Jews naturalized after 1927;
Paris, 28.6.43 (CJM-539, BO6-1217, Vol. II, p. 600)

T/486  Telegram from Mueller to Dr. Knochen congratulating
him on the resumption of the operation against the Jews in
France, but refusing to detail for that purpose 250 men of
the Security Police; Berlin, 2.7.43 (CJM-539, BO6-1218, Vol.
II, p. 600)

T/487 Minute by Roethke on his and Hauptsturmfuehrer
Geisler's discussion with Laval and Bousquet on the
requested enactment of a law annulling the French
nationality of Jews naturalized after 1927; Paris, 15.8.43
(XXVII-36, CJM-539, BO6-1523, Vol. II. p. 601)

T/488  Roethke's review of "the present state of the Jewish
Question in France"; Paris, 21.7.43 (CJM-503, BO6-664, Vol.
II, p. 601)

T/489  Teleprint message from Roethke to the Einsatzkommando
of the Security Police with instructions for dealing with
arrested Jews; Paris, 5.8.43 (XLIX-21, CJM-569, BO6-1524,
Vol. II, p. 601)

T/490  Teleprint message from Roethke to the Security Police
unit in Nancy concerning the Jewish aged; Paris, 30.7.43
(CJM-569, BO6-1215, Vol. II, p. 601)

T/491  See T/37(16)

T/492  Letter from Von Thadden to his superiors in the
Foreign office stating that Eichmann has informed him that
there are 150,000 Jews in Monaco and that the Foreign Office
submit a request to the government of Monaco to ensure that
the Jews will be deported; 21.9.43 (NG-4978, B06-390, Vol.
II, p. 602)

T/493  Letter from von Thadden to the Foreign Office
concerning the official number of Jews and Monaco; 30.9.43
(NG-4978, B06-392, Vol. II, p. 602)

T/494  Draft letter from von Thadden to Eichmann stating
that there are only 1,000 Jews in Monaco; 25.10.43 (NG-4978,
B06-393, Vol. II, p. 602)

T/495  Letter from Guenther to the Foreign Office confirming
that the number of Jews in Monaco does not exceed 1,000-
1,500 and requests that steps be taken be the government of
Monaco to ensure the deportation of those Jews; 22.10.43 (K-
212402, TK-326, B06-966, Vol. II, p. 602)

T/496  Telegram from Eichmann to Dr. Knochen in Paris
instructing him to arrest and deport a stateless Jew, Golub,
who is trying to obtain a nationality of a South American
country; Berlin, 23.9.43 (CJM-564/I, BO6-665, Vol. II, p.
602)

T/497  Teleprint message from Roethke Paris to IVB4
reporting on the activities of the Italian Jew Donati on
behalf of the Jews in the (former) Italian zone in France;
Paris, 26.9.43 (CJM J-58/1-3, B06-1520, Vol. I, p. 602)

T/498  See T/37(309)

T/499  Correspondence between Roethke and Eichmann
concerning the Jewish inventor Weiss; November 1943-January
1944 (CJM-564-III, BO6-1589, Vol. II, p. 602)

T/500  See T/37(132)

T/501  Dossier of Section IVB4 Paris on measures taken
against Jews of Argentinian nationality living in France.
(The dossier includes a copy of Eichmann's telegram of 27
January 1944 ordering the arrest of all Argentinian Jews -
see T/500); 1943-1944 (C I-1, BO6-389, Vol. II, p. 603)

T/502  Letter from Roethke to the German Embassy in Paris
complaining about the pro-Jewish stand of the Italian
Consulate General; 21.8.42 (C I 2b, BO6-720, Vol. II, p.
603)

T/503  Letter from the Foreign Ministry to Eichmann
requesting information about Du Paty de Clam, candidate for
the post of General Commissioner for Jewish Questions;
2.2.44 (K-211664, TK-326, BO6-951, Vol. II, p. 603)

T/504  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden giving a
favourable account of Du Paty de Clam's anti-Semitic record,
which qualifies him for the post of General Commissioner for
Jewish Questions; Berlin, 22.2.44 (K-211665-6, TK-326, BO6-
952, Vol. II, p. 603)
T/505  Telegram from Barbie of the Security Police, Lyon, to
Group IVB, Paris, reporting on the arrest and deportation of
the children and the staff of the Jewish children's home,
"Colonie Enfant," in Izieu-Ain; Lyon, 6.4.44 (RF-1235, JM-
02143, BO6-243, Vol. II, p. 603)

T/506  Instructions by Dr. Knochen for mass arrests of Jews
in France and for rewarding informers; Paris, 14.4.44 (NO-
1411, Alex.4 136-141, BO6-872, Vol. II, p. 603)

T/507  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden in the Foreign
MInistry, notifying him that, owing to tasks important to
the prosecution of the war, he is unable to ascertain the
present whereabouts of the Jew of French nationality,
Salomon Lang, who has been deported to the East for work;
Berlin, 7.5.44 (K-345482, TK-525, BO6-314, Vol. II, p. 603)

T/508  Report on the so-called "M-Aktion" by Einsatzstab
Rosenberg for seizing Jewish property in Western Europe;
8.8.44 (L-188, BO6-310, Vol. II, pp. 603-604)

T/509  Letter from Suhr to Rademacher asking for the
intervention of the Foreign Ministry against the pro-Jewish
attitude of the Government of Liechtenstein; Berlin, 17.2.42
(K-346730, TK-526, BO6-1188, Vol. II, p. 604)

T/510  Telegram from Eichmann to various Security Police
units, alerting them to illegal attempts of immigration by
Jews to the Western Occupied Areas, particularly to Belgium;
Berlin, 12.3.42 (C II-5, BO6-707, Vol. II, p. 604)

T/511  Teleprint message from Dr. Knochen (drafted by
Dannecker) to Eichmann, complaining about the refusal of the
Chief of the Military Administration in Belgium, Reeder, to
introduce obligatory wearing of the Jewish Badge; Paris,
20.3.42 (JM-525, BO6-1344, Vol. II, pp. 604-605)

T/512  Telegram from Bargen to the Foreign Ministry in
Berlin briefing them on preparations for the deportation of
10,000 Jews from Belgium; Brussels, 9.7.42  (NG-5209, E-
046571 Ser:3872, BO6-753, Vol. II, p. 605)

T/513  Telegram from Eichmann to Security Police
representatives in Brussels, The Hague and Paris, referring
to a telephone conversation with Burger in Brussels
concerning stateless Jews and Jews of Dutch and French
nationality in Belgium; Berlin, 1.8.42 (C II-16, BO6-710,
Vol. II, p. 605)

T/514  Letter from Bargen to the Foreign Ministry in Berlin
on the situation regarding the deportation of Jews in
Belgium; Brussels, 24.9.42 (NG-5219, K-211065, TK-325, BO6-
759, Vol. II, p. 605)

T/515  Letter from Bargen to the Foreign Ministry providing
statistics and a report of the situation regarding the
rounding up and deportation of Jews; Brussels, 11.11.42 (NG-
5219, K-211050, TK-325, BO6-760, Vol. II, p. 605)

T/516  Report by Bargen to the Foreign Ministry stating that
the deportation of Jews from Belgium had to be discontinued
owing to a lack of rolling stock; Brussels, 5.1.43 (K-
211043, TK-325, BO6-1072, Vol. II, p. 606)

T/517  Letter from Bargen to the Foreign Ministry conveying
a query by the Military Administration as to whether Italian
Jews in Belgium are to be deported to the East; Brussels,
23.2.43 (NG-4955,K-211948, TK-326, BO6-700, Vol. II, p. 606)

T/518  The Foreign Ministry's reply to Bargen's enquiry
stating that responsibility for the introduction of general
anti-Jewish measures lies with the local representative of
the SD; Brussels, 27.2.43 (K-211947, K-211947, TK326, BO6-
701, Vol. II, p. 606)

T/519  Operational plan for a round up of Belgian Jews on
the night between September 3 and 4, signed by Erdmann of
IVB3; Brussels, 1.9.43 (Belgium III, BO6-1446, Vol. II, p.
606)

T/520  Report of the Commission for the Investigation of War
Crimes Committed during the Occupation of Belgium 1940-1945;
1.5.47 (B06-362, Vol. II. pp. 606-608)

T/521  Two minutes by Woermann on telephone conversations
with the Foreign Ministry representative in Amsterdam, Bene,
and Legation Counsellor Mohr concerning the deportation of
Dutch Jews; Berlin, 25.2.41, 26.2.41 (NG-2805, BO6-582, Vol.
II, p. 609)

T/522  Photographs taken during the raids in the Jewish
quarter of Amsterdam on 22 and 23 February 1941; 8.8.47 (NG-
2276, JM-02023, BO6-818, Vol. II, p. 609)

T/523  Letter from Rademacher to Mueller concerning an
inquiry by the Swedish envoy about the fate of 660 Dutch
Jews deported to concentration camps in Germany (with a
letter of reminder of November 1941); 5.11.41 (NG-3700, JM-
02028, BO6-1627, Vol. II, p. 609)

T/524  Affidavit by Felix Gutmacher of Brussels on the
German persecution of the Jews of Belgium; Brussels,
27.10.60 (B-II, BO6-1257, Vol. II, p. 621)

T/525  See T/37(194)

T/526  Report by Stiller to the Reich Commissioner of the
Netherlands on a conversation in Berlin with Dr. Loesener of
the Reich Ministry of the Interior concerning a proposal to
extend the scope of the blood protection laws; The Hague,
19.9.41 (O-IV, BO6-1355, Vol. II, p. 623)

T/527  See T/37(195)

T/528  See T/37(196)

T/529  Telegram from Zoepf to the Head Office for Reich
Security, Department IV, concerning the reaction of the
Dutch public to the introduction of the Jewish Badge and
plans for the introduction of further anti-Jewish measures;
The Hague, 8.6.42 (CJM-592, BO6-1359, Vol. II, p. 624)

T/530  Telegram from Rajakowitsch to the commanders of the
Security Police in France and Belgium concerning the
inclusion of Jews of Dutch nationality in the deportations
from the areas under their command; The Hague, 12.8.42 (CJM-
534, BO6-1243, Vol. II, p. 624)

T/531  Letter from Rauter to Himmler, reporting on the
progress of deportations from The Netherlands; The Hague,
24.9.42 (Alex. 1, BO6-1496, Vol. II, pp. -624-625)

T/532  See T/37(136)

T/533  See T/37(135)

T/534  Letter from Guenther Rademacher refusing the request
for emigration to Switzerland of Professor Meyers, formerly
at Leiden University; Berlin, 1.12.42  (O-IV (42), BO6-1484,
Vol. II, p. 625)

T/535  See T/37(75)

T/536  Gestapo report on "The Development of the Jewish
Problem in The Netherlands (till the end of 1942)"; 31.12.42
(O-IV-13, B06-1501, Vol. II, p. 536)

T/537  See T/37(197)

T/538  See T/37(314)

T/539  Affidavit by Klaas Bloothoofd on the evacuation and
deportation of the personnel and patients of the Jewish
mental institution "Het Apeldoornse Bos"; Amsterdam, 12.9.49
(O-V, BO6-1382, Vol. II, p. 628)

T/540  See T/37(199)

T/541  See T/37(171)

T/542  See T/37(202)

T/543  See T/37(200)

T/544  Circular letter from Harster to Security Police
units: Deportations of Jews to the East to be increased;
Jews of Amsterdam to be evacuated; Portuguese Jews to be
rechecked for their descent; Jews living in mixed marriages
to undergo compulsory sterilization; The Hague, 5.5.43 (O-
IV, BO6-1356, Vol. II, p. 630)

T/545  See T/37(201)

T/546  See T/37(183)

T/547  See T/37(102)

T/548  See T/37(138)

T/549  See T/37(139)

T/550  See T/37(190)

T/551  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann concerning,
Juedin Simons, a Jewess living in Holland with an Italian
Catholic; Berlin, 27.8.43 (K-346990, TK-526, B06-53, Vol.
II, p. 632)

T/552  See T/37(137)

T/553  Letter from Eichmann to von Thadden rejecting an
enquiry about the whereabouts of a Dutch Jewess deported to
the East; Berlin, 5.11.43 (K-347016, TK-526, BO6-323, Vol.
II, p. 632)

T/554  See T/37(203)

T/555  Teleprint message from Werner, assistant of Zoepf, to
Novak  enquiring about the destination of 200 persons
detained in Westerbork; The Hague, 6.8.43 (O II-1, BO6-1070,
Vol. II, p. 633)

T/556  See T/37(270)

T/557  See T/37(204)

T/558  See T/37(206)

T/559  See T/37(189)

T/560  See T/37(78)

T/561  See T/37(208)

T/562  See T/37(207)

T/563  Minute by Zoepf on a discussion with Eichmann,
Naumann and Gemmeker concerning deportations from Westerbork
to Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen; Jews for exchange (with
Germans) in Palestine; treatment of "diamond Jews";
increased premiums for delivering Jews who have gone
underground; The Hague, 11.11.43 (O IV, BO6-1352, Vol. II,
pp. 634-635)

T/564  See T/37(18)

T/565  See T/37(209)

T/566  See T/37(205)

T/567  Letter from Zoepf to Aus der Fuenten ordering the
arrest of Jews employed in buying metals; 10.2.44 (O I-15,
BO6-610, Vol. II, p. 635)

T/568  See T/37(198)

T/569  See T/37(19)

T/570  Memorandum by Bene, Foreign Ministry representative
in The Netherlands, on the progress of deportations and the
situation of male Jews in mixed marriages; The Hague, 9.2.44
(NG-2631, BO6-338, Vol. II, p. 636)

T/571  Letter from Seyss-Inquart to Martin Bormann
concerning the handling of the Jewish Question in the
Netherlands; The Hague, 28.2.44 (O IV, BO6-1439, Vol. II, p.
636)

T/572  Statement of the Netherlands Government in view of
the prosecution and punishment of the German Major War
Criminals, deportation of Jewish Netherlanders to Poland
(Ninth Document: Netherlands Government Commissioner for
Repatriation Section Eastern Europe, London, 30 March 1944)
(PS-1726, BO6-328, Vol. II, p. 636)

T/573  See T/37(80)

T/574  See T/37(210)

T/575  Letter from Guenther to the Senior Commander of the
Security Police and the SD in The Netherlands concerning
complaints about registered letters (see T/574); Berlin,
15.6.44 (O I-21, BO6-612, Vol. II, pp. 636-637)

T/576  See T/37(79)

T/577  Report by Bene to the Foreign Ministry in Berlin
summing up the deportation of the Jews of the Netherlands;
The Hague, 20.7.44 (K-554372, O IV, BO6-1353, Vol. II, p.
637)

T/578  Letter from Hunsche to the Foreign Ministry in
response to an enquiry by the Royal Danish Consulate in
Bremen concerning Danish Jews in Oldenburg; Berlin, 6.4.43
(K-211155, TK-325, BO6-1584, Vol. II, p. 642)

T/579  Minute by Grundherr of the Foreign Ministry on a
telephone call from the embassy in Copenhagen: The new
Senior Commander of the Security Police and the SD, Dr.
Mildner, is opposed to the deportation of the Jews from
Denmark and has applied to Himmler; Berlin, 21.9.43 (K-
37212, BO6-1074, Vol. II, p. 642)

T/580  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann stating that the
Senior Commander of the German Forces in Denmark has refused
to put the Secret Military Police and Field Gendarmerie at
the disposal of the Security Police to assist in the
operation against the Jews and suggests action to be taken;
Berlin, 30.9.43 (K-211094, TK-325, BO6-39, Vol. II, p. 642)

T/581  Telegram from Dr. Best to Ribbentrop, transmitting
the contents of a protest letter received from the Danish
king regarding the intended anti-Jewish operation;  The
Germans are to take steps to disguise the operation;
Copenhagen, 1.10.43 (K-37281-2, BO6-1636, Vol. II, p. 642)

T/582  See T/37(232)

T/583  Telegram from the Foreign Ministry to Copenhagen: The
Head Office for Reich Security is displeased with the meagre
results of the anti-Jewish operation - an immediate
clarifying report is requested; Berlin, 4.10.43 (NG-3920, K-
211324, TK-325, BO6-756, Vol. II, p. 643)

T/584  See T/37(255)

T/585  See T/37(129)

T/586  Telegram from Dr. Best stating that the aim of
removing all the Jews from Denmark has been attained.  The
operation was conducted by the Senior Commander of the
Security Police and the SD, Dr. Mildner; Copenhagen, 5.10.43
(NG-3920, K-211325, TK-325, BO6-757, Vol. II, p. 646)

T/587  Telegram from Dr. Best to the Foreign Ministry:
Eichmann will propose to the Head Office for Reich Security
that Jews above the age of 60 will no longer be arrested and
deported; Copenhagen, 3.11.43 (K-211233, TK-325, BO6-1077,
Vol. II, p. 646)

T/588  Letter from Wagner replying to a letter from Best
regarding a decision not to deport aged persons; November
1943 (K-21234, TK-325, B06-1078, Vol. II, 646)

T/589  Official memorandum by the Danish Government on
German crimes in Denmark; 25.10.45 (RF-901, BO6-327, Vol.
II, p. 646)

T/590  Affidavit by Professor Kaul on photocopies made at
the Ausschuss fuer Deutsche Einheit in the German Democratic
Republic; 2.5.61 (B06-1635, Vol. II, p. 646)

T/591  Correspondence between IVB4, the office of the
Security Police and the SD in Norway and the Gestapo office
at Stettin concerning the deportation of 532 Jews from
Norway to Auschwitz; 25.11.42 (Ausschuss fuer Deutsche
Einheit, BO6-1622, Vol. II, pp. 646-647)

T/592  Telegram from Eichmann to the Gestapo office at
Stettin (copy to the Gestapo office in Berlin) concerning a
deportation transport of 160 Jews from Norway to Auschwitz;
Berlin, 25.2.43 (Ausschuss fuer Deutsche Einheit, BO6-1621,
Vol. II, p. 647)

T/593  See T/37(593)

T/594  See T/37(82)

T/595  Letter from the Reich Commissioner for Occupied
Norway to the Foreign Ministry, complaining about the
intervention of the Swedish consulate in Oslo in behalf of
the Jews; Oslo, 18.2.43 (NG-5217, K-212530-32, TK-326, BO6-
491, Vol. II, p. 650)

T/596  Memorandum by the Swedish legation in Berlin
requesting information as to the whereabouts of the Jewish
children named Klein deported from Norway to Germany in
January 1943; Berlin, 9.6.43 (K-365216, TK-550, BO6-767,
Vol. II, p. 650)

T/597  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden concerning
investigations as to the whereabouts of the Jewish children
Klein;  Berlin, 26.8.43 (K-365219, TK-550, BO6-768, Vol. II,
p. 650)

T/598  Memorandum by von Thadden to the Swedish legation
(copy to Eichmann) in response to its enquiry about the
Jewish children Klein; Berlin, 15.12.43 (K-365226-7, TK-550,
BO6-769, Vol. II, p. 650)

T/599  See T/37(84)

T/600  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden concerning the
whereabouts of the Jewess Schidorsky who was taken to
Germany in February 1943 and from there to "work assignment
in the East"; Berlin, 13.8.43 (K-348600, TK-528, BO6-1420,
Vol. II, p. 651)

T/601  Letter from Guenther to the Foreign Ministry,
transmitting a DNB (official German news agency) report on a
charity event in Stockholm on behalf of Jewish children to
be sent to Palestine; Berlin, 6.4.43 (K-212907, TK-327, BO6-
887, Vol. II, p. 651)

T/602  Letter from von Thadden to the German legation in
Stockholm concerning a charity event on behalf of Jewish
children (with letter of transmittal to IVB4 in the Head
Office for Reich Security (see T/601); Berlin, 9 April 1943;
13.5.43 (K-212905, K-212908, TK-327, BO6-888, Vol. II, p.
651)

T/603  See T/37(81)

T/604  See T/37(272)

T/605  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden reacting to the
proposal of the Swedish consul in Oslo to allow Jews living
in mixed marriages to cross over to Sweden; Berlin, 2.10.44
(NG-5217, K-212510-11, TK-326, B06-492, Vol. II, p. 651)

T/606  Note from von THadden to the Reich Foreign Minister
suggesting that the request be rejected on the grounds that
the Swedes do not have the authority to grant citizenship to
those persons; Berlin, 11.10.44 (NG-5217, K-212514, TK-326,
B06-493, Vol. II, p. 651)

T/607  Letter from the Foreign Ministry instructing Wagner
to allow the matter to lapse; Berlin, 27.10.44 (NG-5217, K-
212516-7, TK-326, B06-494, Vol. II, p. 651)

T/608 Affidavit by Kai Feinberg on the deportation of the
Jews of Norway to Auschwitz; Oslo, 10.10.60 (N-1, BO6-34,
Vol. II, pp. 651-652)

T/609  Preliminary report on Germany's crimes against
Norway, prepared by the Royal Norwegian Government for use
at the International Military Tribunal; Oslo, 1945 (IMG
39,205-212, B06-1419, Vol. II, p. 652)

T/610  Teleprint message from Ribbentrop's special train
Westfalen to Himmler's headquarters, requesting to be
informed immediately about the demands of the SS Command in
regard to the Jewish Question in Italy and in Italian-
occupied areas (with letter of transmittal from Sonnleithner
of Ribbentrop's bureau to Bergmann in the Foreign Ministry);
Westfalen, 24.2.43 (NG-4956, K-211974-5, TK-326, BO6-723,
Vol. II, p. 652)

T/611  Teleprint message from Bergmann of the Foreign
Ministry to Sonnleithner in Ribbentrop's special train
Westfalen, outlining the demands of the SS Command with
regard to dealing with the Jewish Question by Italy; Berlin,
24.2.43 (NG-4956,K-211964-6, TK-326, BO6-724, Vol. II, p.
652)

T/612  See T/37(287)

T/613  See T/37(288)

T/614  See T/37(289)

T/615  Telegram from Moellhausen, German Consul in Rome, to
Ribbentrop regarding instruction received by to arrest the
8,000 Jews living in Rome and to bring them to upper Italy,
where they will be liquidated; Rome, 6.10.43 (123580, BO6-
1604, Vol. II, p. 653)

T/616  Teleprint message by Sonnleithner from Ribbentrop's
special train Westfalen transmitting oders from the Fuehrer
as to measures to be taken regarding the Jews living in
Rome; Westfalen, 9.10.43 (NG-5027, BO6-1600, Vol. II, p.
653)

T/617  Minute by Wagner on a conversation between von
Thadden and Mueller about the solution of the Jewish
Question in the occupied areas; Berlin, 22.10.43 (K-345697,
TK-525, BO6-299, Vol. II, p. 653)

T/618  Correspondence from Paris between the German Embassy,
Roethke and the Italian Consulate General concerning the
latter's request not to deport an Italian-born Jewess to the
East;  Paris, 20.4.43-24.6.43 (CJM-564/I, BO6-1641, Vol. II,
pp. 653-654)

T/619  Correspondence in Paris between Roethke, Brunner and
the Italian Consulate General concerning the latter's
intervention on behalf of a young Jewess arrested in Paris
for failing to wear the Jewish Star; Paris, 3.6.43-28.7.43
(CJM 564/2, BO6-1640, Vol. II, p. 654)

T/620  See T/37(291)

T/621  See T/37(98)

T/622  Minute by Wagner with the report from the Head Office
for Reich Security about the operation of rounding up the
Jews in Italy;  Berlin, 4.12.43 (NG-5026, K-212149-50, TK-
326, BO6-1274, Vol. II, p. 659)

T/623  Letter from Wagner to SS Gruppenfuehrer Mueller, Head
Office for Reich Security, referring to a discussion between
von Thadden and the SS officers Bosshammer and Dannecker:
The Foreign Ministry considers it undesirable, for tactical
reasons, to demand the deportation of the Jews to the East
before the operation of their being rounded up by the
Italian authorities has been completed; Berlin, 14.12.43 (K-
212147-8, TK-326, BO6-964, Vol. II, pp. 659-660)

T/624  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann suggesting that
he consider taking action against the "illegal" emigration
of Jews from Italy to Switzerland (with attached report by
the German Embassy in Bern); Berlin, 10.12.43 (K-346098-9,
TK-525, BO6-967, Vol. II, p. 660)

T/625  See T/37(125)

T/626  Correspondence between von Thadden and Krischak of
IVA4b concerning an appeal to Hitler by the Italian singer
Toti dal Monte for the release of a relative arrested as a
Jew (with a copy of dal Monte's letter); Berlin, 4.7.44-
18.9.44 (K-346119-21, K-346127, TK-525, BO6-1555, Vol. II,
p. 661)

T/627  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden concerning the
Jewess Clara Biocca (nee Sereno) did not report the fact
that she was living in a mixed marriage before her
deportation from Rome to the East;  22.3.44 (K-346056-7, TK-
525, BO6-1556, Vol. II, p. 661)

T/628  Foreign Ministry report on an anti-Semitic lecture
held by the "Institute for Fascist Culture" in Italy (with
letter of transmittal from von Thadden to Eichmann); 4.4.44
(K-346055-6, TK-525, BO6-959, Vol. II, p. 661)

T/629  Two registration forms from a card index kept by the
German police in Rome: Committal to prison by SD, IV because
of being Jewish, discharge through deportation by the SD;
Rome, April-May 1944 (IT II-3, BO6-1456, Vol. II, p. 661)

T/630  Two registration forms from a card index kept by the
German police in Rome; 11.4.44 (IT II-2, B06-1454, Vol. II,
pp. 661-662)

T/631  Two registration forms from a card index kept by the
German police in Rome; April-May 1944 (IT II-4, B06-1457,
Vol. II, p. 662)

T/632  Two registration forms from a card index kept by the
German police in Rome; 29-30.5.44 (IT II-1, B06-1455, Vol.
II, p. 662)

T/633  Affidavit by Massimo Adolfo Vitale on the results of
a statistical survey conducted by the Jewish Community in
Rome;  Rome, 20.9.60 (BO6-1594, Vol. II, p. 662)

T/634  Second Executive Order regarding expiatory payment by
the Jews, signed by the Reich Ministry of Finance, Schwerin
von Krosigk; Berlin, 19.10.39 (Vol. II, p. 662)

T/635  Police ordinance regarding the marking of Jews in the
Greater German Reich, signed by Heydrich on behalf of the
Reich Minister of the Interior; Berlin, 1.9.41 (Vol. II, p.
662)

T/636  Instructions regarding the implementation of the
police order for the marking of Jews (Juedisches
Nachrichtenblatt, 10 October 1941, Vol. II, pp. 662-663)

T/637  Regulation 11 of the Reich Citizenship Law, providing
for the loss of German citizenship of a Jew leaving the area
of the German Reich; Berlin, 25.11.41 (06Reichsgesetzblatt,
1941, pp. 722-724, Vol. II, p. 663)

T/638  Order for the implementation of para. 10 of
Regulation 11 of the Reich Citizenship Law concerning social
insurance payments to relatives of Jews whose property has
been confiscated; 12.12.41 (RMBl IV 1941, Vol. II, p. 663)

T/639  Police regulations regarding punishment of Poles and
Jews in the Greater German Reich; 27.5.42 (RMBl IV, 1942,
No. 25, p. 1309, Vol. II, p. 663)

T/640  Instructions regarding the marking of Jewish houses
and apartments (Juedisches Nachrichtenblatt, 3 April 1942,
Vol. II, p. 663)

T/641  Ministry of the Interior regulations regarding the
seizure of the property of enemies of the Reich; 9.4.42
(MBLIV. 1942, No. 15, p. 688, Vol. II, p. 663)

T/642  Order prohibiting the keeping of domestic animals by
Jews (Juedisches Nachrichtenblatt, 15 May 1942, Vol. II, p.
663)

T/643  Regulation 13 of the Reich Citizenship Law
transferring criminal jurisdiction over Jews to the police;
1.7.42 (Reichsgesetzblatt, 1942, p. 372, Vol. II, p. 663)

T/644  Decree circulated by Heydrich to all State Police
units, ordering the arrest of all Polish Jews and their
families, regardless of present nationality, with the object
of removing them later to the remaining unoccupied part of
Poland; Frankfurt on Oder, 8.9.39 (Ausschuss fuer Deutsche
Einheit, BO6-1633, Vol. II, p. 663)

T/645  Letter from Lischka of Section S-IV to the Foreign
Ministry in reply to an enquiry by the International Red
Cross about the emigration of Jews from Germany; Berlin,
14.10.39 (K-339544, TK-516, BO6-1562, Vol. II, pp. 663-664)

T/646  Decree regarding the introduction of special criminal
jurisdiction for members of the SS and police units on
special assignments; Berlin, 17.10.39 (Reichsgesetzblatt, 30
October 1939, pp. 2107-2109, BO6-1587, Vol. II, p. 664)

T/647  Organization chart of the Head Office for Reich
Security; Leipzig, 5.2.40 (National Archives, BO6-1588, Vol.
II, p. 664)

T/648  Affidavit by the former Chief Rabbi of Luxembourg,
Dr. Robert Serebrenik, on his contacts with Eichmann and
officials of the Reich Association of the Jews in Germany;
Haifa, 21.7.60 (BO6-297, Vol. II, pp. 664-665)

T/649  Transcript of a lecture by Moritz Henschel, last
President of the Jewish Community in Berlin: "The Last Days
of the Berlin Jewish Community"; Tel Aviv, 13.9.46 (Yad
Vashem, BO6-916, Vol. II, pp. 665-666)

T/650  Property Declaration form to be filled in by Jews
before their deportation; (WD 3-36/44, BO6-1293, Vol. II, p.
671)

T/651  Photograph showing a transport arriving at the
Hamburger Kaserne in Theresienstadt (Yad Vashem, Vol. II, p.
687)

T/652  Drawing by Leo Haas of the Bauschewitz railway
station, Theresienstadt  (Yad Vashem, Vol. II, p. 687)

T/653  Drawing by Leo Haas of an SS truck loaded with sick
and dying persons (Yad Vashem, Vol. II, pp. 687-688)

T/654  Drawing by Leo Haas of the Schleuse in Theresienstadt
(Yad Vashem, Vol. II, p. 688)

T/655  Drawing by Leo Haas of a death waggon drawn by men
transporting sick and disabled persons to their barracks in
Theresienstadt (Yad Vashem, Vol. II, p. 688)

T/656  Drawing by Nagl of a death waggon being loaded with
loaves of bread for distribution in the camp (Yad Vashem,
Vol. II, p. 688)

T/657  Drawing by Leo Haas of inmates at Theresienstadt
searching a death cart for remnants of food  (Yad Vashem,
Vol. II, pp. 688-689)

T/658  Drawing by Leo Haas of the big roll-call at the
Bauschwitzer Kessel towards the end of 1943 (Yad Vashem,
Vol. II, p. 689(

T/659  Drawing by Leo Haas of patients in the psychiatric
ward at Theresienstadt (Yad Vashem, Vol. II, pp. 689-690)

T/660  Drawing by Leo Haas of a funeral in the
Theresienstadt Ghetto (Yad Vashem, Vol. II, p. 690)

T/661  Drawing by Leo Haas of a transport of old people
(Yad Vashem, Vol. II. p. 690)

T/662  Photograph of food being distributed in
Theresienstadt (Yad Vashem, Vol. II, p. 690)

T/663  Photograph of the Council of Elders at
Theresienstadt; standing, from right to left: Murmelstein,
Paul Eppstein, Otto Zucker (Yad Vashem, Vol. II, p. 690)

T/664  Unsigned guidelines from the office of the Regional
Gestapo in Nuremberg for the implementation of the
deportation of the Jews of Izibica in the
Generalgouvernement (WD 1-40-43, B06-1281, Vol. II, p. 693)

T/665  Report by Dr. Max Plaut, Head of the Jewish Community
of Hamburg during the War, on German Jewry from 1939 to
1942; dictated  to Dr. Ball-Kaduri in 1953 (Yad Vashem, B06-
1, Vol. II. pp. 693-696)

T/666  German translation of a Danish newspaper report on
the deportation of Jews from Stettin; 17.2.40 (K-336601-2,
TK-514, B06-1561, Vol. II, p. 696)

T/667  Directive to the German authorities on information to
be given at a press conference held on 15 February 1940 in
connection to the deportation of Jews to the
Generalgouvernement; 15.2.40 (NG-4698, B06-507, Vol. II, pp.
696-697)

T/668  File note in the Foreign Ministry stating that
according to Head Office for Reich Security the Stettin
operation is to be regarded as an isolated measure; 17.2.40;
(K-336598, TK-514, B06-1172, Vol. II, p. 697)

T/669  Letter from Lammers, Head of the Reich Chancellery,
to Himmler about a secret report describing the death march
from Lublin; 28.3.40 (NG-2490, K-336613-4, TK-514, B06-795,
Vol. II, 697)

T/670  File note by Schomburg of the Foreign Ministry on the
clarification received from Eichmann concerning deportations
from Stettin and Schneidemuehl; 21.3.40 (K-336608, TK-514,
B06-1235, Vol. II, p. 698)

T/671  See T/37(117)

T/672  Aide-memoire concerning a discussion at an
interministerial meeting on the question of Jews seeking to
return to Germany from the Russian zone; Berlin, 3.11.40 (K-
221603-5, B06-1059, Vol. II, pp. 698-699)

T/673  Letter from Heydrich to Luther concerning the
deportation of 6,504 Jews from Baden and the Palatinate to
unoccupied France; 29.10.40 (NG-4934, K-204459-60, TK-319,
B06-892, Vol. II, p. 699)

T/674  Report on the deportation of Jews from Baaden and the
Saar-Palatinate to Southern France; Karlsruhe, 30.10.40 (NG-
4934, K-204453, TK-319, B06-893, Vol. II, p. 699)

T/675  Minute of the Foreign Ministry on the deportation of
Jews from Baden and the Palatinate to the unoccupied zone of
France; Berlin, 31.10.40 (NG-4934, K-204456, TK-319, B06-
894, Vol. II, p. 700)

T/676  Minute on an interministerial discussion on the legal
status of Jews under the Nuremberg Laws; 15.1.41 (NG-300,
B06-728, Vol. II, pp. 700-701)

T/677  Letter from Eichmann to Luther rejecting the request
of a Jew, Gustav Fulder, to send financial support to his
mother deported to the unoccupied zone of France; Berlin,
17.2.41 (K-222321, TK-341, B06-1061, Vol. II, p. 701)

T/678  See T/37(285)

T/679  See T/37(20)

T/680  Letter from Eichmann to Rademacher forbidding the
despatch of foodstuffs etc. to Jews from Baden and the Saar-
Palatinate deported to the unoccupied zone of France;
Berlin, 21.3.41 (K-222365-6, TK-341, B06-1062, Vol. II, p.
702)

T/681  Order signed by Eichmann on behalf of the Reich
Minister of the Interior concerning the transfer of the
property
of Jewish communities in the Baden region to the Reich
Association of the Jews in Germany; Berlin, 27.5.41 (J-
XXXII, B06-1444, Vol. II, p. 702)

T/682  Memorandum signed by Rademacher concerning the
wearing of the a mark of identification by Jews possessing
German nationality; Berlin, 21.8.41 (K-210290, TK-324, B06-
197, Vol. II, pp. 702-703)

T/683  Letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry
regarding visas for transit of Jewish emigrants through
Reich territory; Berlin, 28.8.41 (K-339779, TK-518, B06-
1178, Vol. II, p. 703)

T/684  Internal minute concerning a message passed on to
Luther about the marking of Jewish foreign nationals living
in Germany; Westfallen, 31.8.41 (K-219250, TK-324, B06-948,
Vol. II, p. 703)

T/685  Letter from Heydrich to Ribbentrop concerning the
exemption of foreign nationals from wearing the Jewish
badge; 24.9.41 (K-210250-1, TK-324, B06-949, Vol. II, p.
703)

T/686  Letter from Heydrich to Schulz relieving of his
assignment to Operations Unit C and the command of
Operations Commando 5; Berlin, 26.9.41 (Schultz Documents,
No. 37, Vol. II, p. 717)

T/687  Affidavit by Werner Best concerning Heinz Jost, head
of Operations Unit A; Nuremberg 30.10.47 (Jost Documents,
No. 10, Vol. II, pp. 719-720)

T/688  Affidavit by Karl Burmeister concerning Franz Alfred
Six; Diez-Lahn, 6.10.47  (Nuremberg, Six Documents, No. 13,
Vol. II, p. 720)

T/689  See T/37(235)

T/690  Testimony of Kurt Becher concerning Eichmann's
activities in Hungary in 1944-1945; Nuremberg, 27-28.3.46
(RG-348, B06-827, Vol. II, p. 733)

T/691  See T/37(267)

T/692  Affidavit by Hans Juettner on the foot march from
Hungary to the German border; Nuremberg, 3.5.48 (NG-5216, JM-
02033, B06-1297, Vol. II, p. 733)

T/693  Affidavit by Bernard Loesener concerning the Jewish
Section in the Reich Ministry of the Interior and his
efforts to gain his release from his post. (Appended three
lists of anti-Jewish regulations and the persons and
agencies involved in their preparation); Nuremberg, 24.2.48
(NG-1944-A, B06-1605, Vol. II, p. 751)

T/694  Jewish registration form in the name of Charlotte
Salzberger; 3.2.41 (Vol. II, p. 752)

T/695  Photograph of the Jewish Star worn by Mrs. Salzberger
in Holland (Vol. II, p. 752)

T/696  Order from the Central Office for Jewish Emigration
in Holland to report for a work assignment; 5.10.42 (Vol.
II. p. 752)

T/697  Photograph of passport No. 50 in the name of
Charlotte Sidonie Wreschner (Vol. II, p. 753)

T/698  Letter from consulate of Ecuador in Stockholm stating
that the Wreschner family was under the protection of
Ecuador (Vol. II, p. 753)

T/699  Letter from the Palestine Office in Geneva to Mrs.
Wreschner informing her that a Veteran's Certificate had
been issued to her; 20.10.43 (Vol. II, p. 753)

T/700  Photograph of the work card from the Westerbork camp
in the name of Margarete Wreschner (Vol. II, p. 754)

T/701  Receipt for items handed over by Margarete Wreschner
in the Ravensbruck camp (Vol. II, p. 753)

T/702  Letter from the Palestine Office in Geneva to Mrs.
Wreschner in the Ravensbruck camp; 25.9.44 (Vol. II, p. 756)

T/703  Central registry card in the Theresienstadt Ghetto in
the name of Margarete Wreschner; 8.3.45 (Vol. II, p. 759)

T/704  Work card issued in the Theresienstadt Ghetto in the
name of Charlotte Wreschner (Vol. II, p. 759)

T/705  Savings booklet No. 77578, issued in the
Theresienstadt Ghetto in the name of Charlotte Wreschner
(Vol. II, pp. 759-760)

T/706  100 Crown banknote from the Theresienstadt Ghetto
(Vol. II, p. 760)

T/707  10 Crown banknote from the Theresienstadt Ghetto
(Vol. II, p. 760)

T/708  5 Crown banknote from the Theresienstadt Ghetto (Vol.
II, p. 760)

T/709  Photocopy of notification No. 299 to Margarete
Wreschner to join a transport leaving the Theresienstadt
Ghetto (Vol. II, p. 760)

T/710  Photocopy of notification No. 300 to Charlotte
Wreschner to join a transport leaving the Theresienstadt
Ghetto (Vol. II, p. 760)

T/711  Letter from the Reich Ministry of Justice to Lammers
concerning the regulations excluding Jews and Poles from the
existing rules of criminal justice; Berlin, 17.4.41 (NG-144,
Case XI, B06-1602, Vol. II, p. 763)

T/712  See T/37(35)

T/713  Unsigned guidelines concerning the deportation of the
Jews of Franconia to the East; Nuremberg-Fuerth, November
1941 (WD 1-1-5, B06-1275, Vol. II, p. 763)

T/714  Instructions from Daluege, Commander of the Order
Police, to offices in the Old Reich, Austria and the
Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, concerning the
transport and the guarding of the trains; 24.10.41 (PS-3291,
B06-504, Vol. II, pp. 763-764)

T/715  Three letters from the Foreign Ministry concerning
the deportation to the East of Croatian and Romanian Jews
residing in Germany; Berlin, 20.10.41-10.11.41 (NG-182, B06-
92, Vol. II, p. 764)

T/716  Telegram from von Killinger to the Foreign Ministry
informing them that the Romanian Government has agreed that
Romanian Jews residing in Germany be included in the
transports  to the East; Bucharest, 13.11. 41 (NG-3990, K-
210981, TK-324, B06-404, Vol. II, p. 764)

T/717  Instructions from the Regional headquarters of the
State Police Nuremburg-Ferth to its field offices regarding
the deportation of the Jews from the Old Reich; Nuremberg,
19.11.41 (WD 2-33-35, B06-1276, Vol. II, p. 764)

T/718  Letter of transmittal from the Gestapo office at
Wuerzburg to the Nuremberg regional headquarters with a list
of deported minors and their legal representatives;
Wuerzburg, 24.11.41 (WD 2-54-56, B06-1285, Vol. II, p. 764)

T/719  See T/37(229)

T/720  Directive from Dr. Grafenberger, Chief of Gestapo
Nuremberg-Fuerth region, concerning arrangements for the
transport of 1,000 Jews scheduled for 29 November 1941;
11.11.41 (Nuremberg, 11.11.41 (WD 1-8-17, B06-1277, Vol. II,
765)

T/721  Lists of valuables and personal objects confiscated
in the course of the body search and inspection of hand
luggage of Jews about to be deported; Wuerrzburg, 29.11.41
(WD 2-92-95, B06-1286, Vol. II, p. 765)

T/722  Circular letter from the Reich Association of Jews in
Germany to Jewish communities containing the regulations
issued by the authorities restricting the right of Jews to
dispose of their movable property; Berlin, 1.12.41 (J IV 1a-
b, B06-737, Vol. II, p. 765-766)

T/723  See T/37(230)

T/724  Letter from Suhr to Gestapo field offices quoting the
text of a circular letter issued by the Reich Association of
Jews in Germany (T/723); Berlin, 3.12.41 (WD 1-55-56, B06-
1283, Vol. II, p. 766)

T/725  Military Commander in France concerning the
emigration of Jews of German nationality from the Reich to
the occupied area of France; Paris, 3.1.42 (C II-2, B06-734,
Vol. II, 766)

T/726  Circular letter from Eichmann to Security Police and
Security Service for France concerning requests from German
Jews living in the Occupied Zone to allow their relatives in
Germany to join them (mentioned in T/725); Berlin, 23.1.42
(C II-2a, B06-736, Vol. II, p. 767)

T/727 Letter from Dannecker bringing to the attention of the
the Military Commander in France Eichmann's instructions
regarding the prevention of Jews moving from Germany to the
Occupied Zone of France; Berlin, 9.2.42 (C II-2b, B06-736,
Vol. II, p. 767)

T/728  Express letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry
rejecting the request to allow an elderly Jew, Dr.
Philippsson, to stay in Bonn; Berlin, 28.1.42 (K-336624-5,
TK-514, B06-1173, Vol. II, p. 767)

T/729  Directive signed by Suhr on the procedure for the
confiscation of property of Jews about to be deported;
Berlin, 1.3.42 (B06-1265, Vol. II, p. 767)

T/730  Circular letter from Eichmann to Gestapo offices in
Germany and Vienna and to the Central Office for Jewish
Emigration in Vienna, concerning preparations for stepping
up the pace of the deportation of Jews; Berlin, 31.1.42 (WD
1-27-38, B06-1278, Vol. II, pp. 767-768)

T/731  Memorandum of the agreement between Ribbentrop and
Himmler on the co-ordination of activities of the
representatives of the Foreign Ministry and the Security
Police in the areas outside the Reich; Fuehrer's
headquarters, 8.8.41 (NG-4588, B06-466, Vol. II, p. 768)

T/732  Letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry
concerning the request of Lilli Zatzkis, a Jewish girl
living in Germany, to join her parents who had been deported
to the unoccupied zone of France; Berlin, 28.10.41 (K-
339585, TK-516, B06-1559, Vol. II, p. 768)

T/733  Letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry
rejecting the application of the Jewish wife of a German
Aryan to join her mother who had been deported to the South
of France; Berlin, 19.11.41 (K-339663, K-339666, TK-516, B06-
1558, Vol. II, p. 768)

T/734  See T/37(39)

T/735  Note from the Italian Embassy to the German Foreign
Ministry concerning the intention to confiscate the dwelling
of Countess Sacconi in Magdeburg; Berlin, 20.2.42 (K-363988,
TH-549, B06-1189, Vol. II, p. 769)

T/736  Letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry stating
that the instruction have been given to the police do desist
from action against the Countess Sacconi until further
notice; Berlin, 13.3.42 (K-363992, TK-549, B06-1190, Vol.
II, p. 769)

T/737  Copy of guidelines received by the Wuerzburg gestapo
for the deportation of Jews from Germany and the
Protectorate; 22.3.42 (WD 1-34-39, B06-1279, Vol. II, pp.
769-770)

T/738  Regional Headquarters of the Gestapo announces the
appointment of a special commission to implement the order
received from IVB4 for the deportation of 1,000 Jews from
the three districts of Franconia to Lublin; Nuremberg,
10.4.42 (WD 5-268, B06-1289, Vol. II, p. 770)

T/739  Telegram from Eichmann to Gestapo offices and to the
Central Offices for Jewish Emigration regarding Jews in
Minsk and Riga holding the decoration for war-wounded;
Berlin, 17.4.42 (WD 5-266-267, B06-1288, Vol. II. p. 770)

T/740  Telegram from Grafenberger of the Wuerzburg Gestapo
to Eichmann, to the Chief of Security Police and Security
Service Cracow and SS and Police Chief Lublin, advising them
of the departure of a transport; Wuerzburg, 27.4.42 (WD 5-
283, B06-1290, Vol. II, p. 770)

T/741  Expense account submitted by the Gestapo Office in
Wuerzburg in connection with the transport of Jews from its
area (see T/740); Wuerzburg, 9.5.42 (WD 6-45, B06-1291, Vol.
II, p. 770)

T/742  Telegram from Mueller to Gestapo offices, Central
Office for Jewish Emigration, requesting numbers of Jews
eligible for deportation; Berlin, 21.5.42 (WD 1-57-59, B06-
1280, Vol. II, p. 770)

T/743  See T/37(218)

T/744  Letter from Eichmann to Rademacher asking for the
Foreign Ministry's position on the status of Jews of foreign
nationality in Germany and German-controlled areas as
regards deportation and confiscation of property; Berlin,
9.7.42 (K-207127-7, TK-322, B06-147, Vol. II, p. 771)

T/745  Telegram from Lebensborn to Eichmann asking that the
Sanatorium of the Rothschild Foundation in Nordach/Baden be
transferred to the institution; Munich, 30.9.42 (B06-1569,
Vol. II, p. 771)

T/746  Telegram from SS Gruppenfuehrer Kaul to Dr. Ebner of
Lebensborn regarding urging immediate seizure of the
sanatorium (see T/745); Munich, 30.9.42 (NO-3201, B06-915,
Vol. II, p. 771)

T/747  Express letter from Eichmann to the State Police in
Nuremberg regarding the imminent deportation of Jews in the
area to Theresienstadt; Berlin, 1.8.42 (Pol. W. Cr. Comm.
Bul. XII-33, B06-1392, Vol. II, p. 771)

T/748  Letter from Suhr to Klingenfuss concerning the
deportation of Jews of Hungarian nationality living in the
Reich and the disposal of their property; Berlin, 18.8.42 (K-
213402, TK-328, B06-929, Vol. II, p. 771)

T/749  Reply by Klingenfuss to his letter (see T/748)
stating that no action should be taken until further notice;
Berlin, 27.8.42 (K-213401, TK-328, B06-930, Vol. II, p. 772)

T/750  Letter from Gestapo Nuremburg-Fuerth to its field
office in Wuerzburg regarding confiscation of the property
of Jews deported to Theresienstadt (specimen form attached)
Nuremberg, 26.8.42 (WD 7-21-22, B06-1292, Vol. II, p. 772)

T/751  Express circular letter from Mueller to all Gestapo
and Security Service offices concerning the wearing of the
Yellow Badge by Bulgarian nationals; Berlin, 4.9.42 (K-
207515-6, TK-321, B06-1027, Vol. II, p. 772)

T/752  Telegram from Eichmann to Gestapo office Nuremberg-
Fuerth authorizing the inclusion of a transport of twelve
young Jews to attend to the sick; Berlin, 19.9.42 (WD 8-100,
B06-1294, Vol. II, p. 772)

T/753  Telegram from Gestapo Regensburg to Gestapo Weursburg
giving details of the arrival of Jews who are to join the
transport to Theresienstadt; Regensburg, 22.9.42 (WD 8-102,
B06-1284, Vol. II, p. 772)

T/754  Report from Gestapo Dusseldorf to IVB4 on the
omission of the names of two children of mixed marriage from
the list for deportation (attached is the order for the
arrest of the father for trying to keep their origins
secret); 20.10.42 (B06-1107, Vol. II, p. 772)

T/755  Memorandum from the Argentinian Embassy to the
Foreign Ministry requesting that Hans Peter Mayerhoff, the
son of an Argentinian national, be permitted to join his
father; Berlin, 4.11.42 (K-206693, TK-321, B06-922, Vol. II,
p. 772)

T/756  Letter from Klingenfuss to Eichmann referring to
their telephone conversation on 24 October 1942 regarding
the Mayerhoff case (see T/755); Berlin, 6.11.42 (K-206691-2,
TK-321, B06-923, Vol. II, p. 772)

T/757  Letter from Guenther to Klingenfuss regarding the
Mayerhoff case, referring to their telephone conversation on
16 November 1942, and rejecting the request; Berlin,
21.11.42 (B06-924, Vol. II, p. 773)

T/758, Note verbale from the Foreign MInistry to the
Argentinian Embassy in reply to the Embassy's memorandum
(see T/755) stating that, as a matter of principle,
Mayerhoff's departure for Argentina cannot be approved,
Berlin, 30.11.42 (K-206689, TK-321, B06-925, Vol. II, p.
773)

T/759  Letter from Luther to Eichmann informing him that
Romania, Croatia and Slovakia have agreed to the deportation
of the Jews under the jurisdiction of the Reich; 10.1.42 (K-
210172, TK-324, B06-199, Vol. II, p. 773)

T/760  Letter from Hunsche to the Foreign Ministry asking it
to ascertain whether a Jew, Eduard Loewenthal, who left
Germany for Italy in 1902 and who still owns property in
Germany, has acquired Italian nationality; Berlin, 26.1.43
(K-208146, TK-322, B06-968, Vol. II, p. 773)

T/761  See T/37(185)

T/762  Express letter from the Foreign Ministry to Eichmann
advising that the Reich Foreign Minister wants a number of
Jews of Dutch, Belgian, French, Norwegian and Soviet
nationality held in reserve for possible exchange for
Germans interned in enemy states; Berlin, 2.3.43 (K-371906-
7, Ser-1512, B06-15, Vol. II. p. 774)

T/763  Letter from von Hahn to Eichmann concerning a
complaint from the Hungarian Legation about the arrest of
Hungarian Jewish nationals; Berlin, 5.3.43 (B06-931, Vol.
II, p. 774)

T/764  See T/37(14)

T/765  Directive signed by Guenther containing revised
instructions for deportation to the East of all Jews in the
Reich and the Protectorate; Berlin, 20.2.43 (B06-1282, Vol.
II, pp. 775)

T/766  Letter from von Hahn to Head Office for Reich
Security concerning the repatriation of Jews in Germany who
are foreign nationals; Berlin, 17.2.43 (K-208308, TK-322,
B06-932, Vol. II, p. 775)

T/767  See T/37(76)

T/768  Draft letter from the Foreign Ministry to Eichmann
concerning exit permits for Jews of Spanish nationality;
Berlin, 25.2.43 (K-213057, TK-327, B06-165, Vol. II, p. 775)

T/769  See T/37(87)

T/770  Letter from the Foreign Ministry to Eichmann advising
him of complaints received from foreign embassies about
difficulties encountered by their nationals in obtaining
exit permits; Berlin 13.3.43 (K-208307, TK-322, B06-909,
Vol. II, p. 776)

T/771  See T/37(19)

T/772  Express letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry
referring to the letter of 13 March 1943 (see T/770),
concerning exit permits for Jews holding foreign
nationality; Berlin, 27.3.43 (K-208305-6, TK-322, B06-230,
Vol. II, p. 776)

T/773  Letter from Guenther to Rademacher regarding lists of
Jews of foreign nationality resident in German and the
Sudeten district; Berlin, 31.3.43 (K-208313-4, TK-322, B06-
933, Vol. II, p. 776)

T/774  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann complaining that
the directive regarding the issue of exit permits to Jews of
foreign nationality as authorized by the Foreign Ministry
(see T/772) was sent only to a few police offices, while
others received a different version; Berlin, 17.4.43 (NG-
2652, K-372210, Ser.-1513, B06-729, Vol. II, p. 776)

T/775  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann requesting a full
report on action taken to implement the Foreign Ministry's
request to exempt Jews of various nationalities from
deportation (see T/769); Berlin, 17.4.43 (NG-2652-D, 372207,
Ser.-1513, B06-103, Vol. II, p. 776)

T/776  Letter from the Foreign Ministry to Eichmann
regarding Moslem Iranian nationals in German-controlled
areas who were mistaken for Jews; Berlin, 29.4.43 (K-346251,
TK-525), B06-322, Vol. II, p. 776)

T/777  See T/37(286)

T/778  Letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry denying
the request of a Dutch Jewish family to leave for Sweden;
Berlin, 7.5.43 (K-206778, TK-321, B06-202, Vol. II, p. 777)

T/779  See T/37(187)

T/780  Letter from Hunsche concerning a debt owed by a
German firm to its former agent in Istanbul, a Jew of German
origin; Berlin, 5.7.43 (K-223610, TK-342, B06-1060, Vol. II,
p. 777)

T/781  Letter from the Foreign Ministry to Eichmann
concerning the date of departure from Germany of Jews of
certain foreign nationalities (see T/779); Berlin, 10.7.43
(372190-1, Ser.-1513, B06-906, Vol. II, p. 777)

T/782  Proposal submitted by Wagner for approval of the
Reich Foreign Minister concerning the date to be set for the
departure of Jews of foreign nationality (see T/781);
Berlin, 12.7.43 (NG-2652-F, K-211593, TK-326, B06-536, Vol.
II, p. 777)

T/783  Report by Gestapo Field Office Wuerzburg on the
deportation of all Jews from Mainfranken; Wuerzburg, 6.8.43
(B06-1287, Vol. II, p. 777)

T/784  See T/37(186)

T/785  A copy of page 5 of T/784 sent by Hunsche to the
Foreign Ministry; 2.10.43 (B06-538, Vol. II, p. 777)

T/786  Circular letter from the Foreign Ministry to German
embassies in certain European countries and Foreign Ministry
representatives in the German-occupied territories,
transmitting copies of Mueller's circular letter on Jews of
foreign nationality (see T/784); Berlin, 12.10.43 (NG-2652-
H, 372167, Ser.-1513, B06-539, Vol. II, pp. 777-778)

T/787  Express letter from von Thadden to Eichmann
concerning an enquiry made by the Turkish Embassy with
regard to two its local (Jewish) employees who have been
arrested; 2.3.44
An annotation refers to the fact that the loading of the
transport had been completed; 10.3.44 ( K-354892, TK-536,
B06-547, Vol. II, p. 778)

T/788  Letter from Krischak to von Thadden regarding a
request from the Consulate in Geneva concerning Heinz Lewin;
Berlin, 6.9.44 (K-373167-8, TK-561, B06-751, Vol. II, p.
778)
T/789  Report by von Thadden on confidential information
received from the Head Office for Reich Security concerning
conditions in the Bergen-Belsen camp in which there are Jews
being held for exchange for German nationals; Berlin,
12.6.43 (B06-1592, Vol. II, p. 778)

T/790  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann concerning
conditions in Bergen-Belsen (see T/789); Berlin, 12.8.43 (K-
331837-8, TK-508, B06-1418, Vol. II, p. 779)

T/791  Minute by Von Thadden on his talk with a
representative of the International Red Cross in which the
latter suggested IRC inspection of Bergen-Belsen; Berlin,
7.10.44 (K-384555-6, TK-580, B06-550, Vol. II, p. 779)

T/792  Minute by von Thadden on a meeting with von Otter of
the Swedish Legation requesting permission for Jews granted
Swedish nationality to leave Germany; Berlin, 12.10.44 (B06-
766, Vol. II, p. 779)

T/793  Letter from Eichmann to von Thadden concerning an
enquiry from a Spanish consular official about a Jew of
Spanish nationality; Berlin, 18.1.45 (K-364070, TK-549, B06-
688, Vol. II, p. 779)

T/794  Extract from the Reich Gazette of 30 JUne 1939
containing the regulation issued by Frick on the application
of the German nationality law to Austria; Berlin, 30.6.39
(JM-02028, NG-3674, B06-1610, Vol. II, p. 780)

T/795  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Brunner at
which he received instructions regarding the transport of
Jews to Poland and on the closing down of training camps for
Jews going to Palestine; Vienna, 28.10.39 (L-06:207, B06-
1136, Vol. II, p. 780)

T/796  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Eichmann
regarding the remittance of foreign currency to the Jewish
Community by the American Joint Distribution Committee
(Joint); Vienna 2.12.39 (NG-3023, K-209296, TK-323, B06-796,
Vol. II, p. 780

T/797  Minute by Dr. Engels of the Vienna Jewish Community
office on a meeting with Eichmann regarding the evacuation
of the Ganzbacher Street Home for the Aged; Vienna, 11.12.39
(L-06:224, B06-1138, Vol. II, p. 780)

T/798  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Eichmann on
the continued financing by Joint of the emigration of Jews
from Vienna (see T/796); 19.12.39 (L-06:229-232, B06-1139,
Vol. II, p. 780)

T/799  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Eichmann  and
a subsequent telephone conversation in connection with the
Jewish communities in Austria; Vienna, 26.1.40 (L-06:237-
243, B06-1140, Vol. II, p. 780)

T/800  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Eichmann at
which he asked for financing of tasks assigned by Eichmann
to the Vienna Jewish Community and requested the release
from Buchenwald of members of the Jewish Community staff;
Berlin, 7.3.40 (L-06: 261-265, B06-1141, Vol. II, pp. 780-
781)

T/801  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Brunner at
which the latter said that the Jews expected to return from
the Polish "resettlement" area would be included in the
groups of emigrants to Palestine; Vienna, 6.4.40 (L-06:283-
284, B06-1142, Vol. II, p. 781)

T/802  Minute of meeting with Eichmann, attended by
Edelstein and Weidmann from Prague, Loewenherz from Vienna,
and Eppstein from Berlin, at which current aspects of Jewish
emigration were discussed; Berlin, 3.7.40 (L-06:315-318, B06-
1143, Vol. I, p. 781)

T/803  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Brunner at
which he is ordered to submit lists of Jewish welfare cases,
trainees and Jewish Community staff members. Included is a
letter by Loewenherz transmitting copies of the Minute to
the Central Office for Jewish Emigration; Vienna, 26.6.40 (L-
06:358-362, B06-1144, Vol. II, p. 781)

T/804  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Eichmann in
connection with a subsidy for the Jewish Community and
severance pay for its employees was discussed; Berlin,
4.7.40 (L-06:376-377, B06-1145, Vol. II, 781)

T/805  Minute by Dr. Murmelstein on a meeting with Brunner
at which the matter of Jews released from protective custody
was discussed; Vienna, 15.7.40 (L-06:381-382, B06-1146, Vol.
II, p. 781)

T/806  Letter from Eichmann to Rademacher on the subject of
letters of recommendation of the Foreign Ministry for Jews
to emigrate to the Far East; Berlin, 13.5.41 (K-340154, TK-
518, B06-126, Vol. II, p. 781)

T/807  See T/37(165)

T/808  See T/37(166)

T/809  Three documents concerning the Jews Fleischmann and
Kollmann mentioned in T/807 and T/808; 11-29.11.60 (B06-
1240, Vol. II, p. 782)

T/810  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Ebner and
Brunner at the Vienna Gestapo headquarters concerning
arrangements for the resettlement in the Generalgouvernement
of 10,000 Jews from Vienna; Vienna, 2.2.41 (L-06:554-558,
B06-1147, Vol. II, p. 782)

T/811  Circular letter from Eichmann to all police offices
concerning the imoending deportation of Jews from Vienna;
Berlin, 13.2.41 (B06-1634, Vol. II, p. 782)

T/812  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Brunner in
connection with the refunding of monies advanced by the
Community on account of transport costs; Vienna, 14.5.41 (L-
06:591-593, B06-1148, Vol. II, p. 782)

T/813  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Brunner in
connection with the financial affairs and assets of Jews who
have emigrated; Vienna, 21.5.41 (L-06:597-599, B06-1149,
Vol. II, p. 782)

T/814  Minute of a meeting at RSHA of Eppstein and
Loewenherz with Guenther and Suhr in connection with the
Jewish Community's task of distributing the Yellow Badges
among the Jews in Germany and Austria; Berlin, 8.9.41 (L-
06:622-623, B06-1150, Vol. II, p. 782)

T/815  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Brunner
concerning the vacating of Jewish homes and the deportation
to Lodz fo the Jews taken from them. Also discussed was the
report on the Joint's request for a situation report;
Vienna, 2.10.41 (L-06:635-636, B06-1151, Vol. II, p. 783)

T/816  Affidavit by Rudolf Brandt describing sterilization
methods used by German doctors in concentration inmates;
Nuremberg, 19.10.46 (NO-440, B06-455, Vol. II, p. 784)

T/817  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Brunner on the
financial aspects of emigration and deportation of Austria's
Jews; Vienna, 29.12.41 (L-06:662-665, B06-1152, Vol. II, p.
784)

T/818  Minute by Loewenherz on a telephone conversation with
Eppstein concerning a new directive ordering the Jews to
hand in their furs, warm clothing and footwear; Vienna
9.1.42 (L-06:667, B06-1153, Vol. II, p. 784)

T/819  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Brunner in
which Brunner instructs him to publish in the Jewish News
Bulletin the text of an order under which all persons who
have been defined as Jews and ordered to wear the Jewish
Badge must display a Jewish Star on the entrance to their
apartments; Vienna, 1.4.42 (L-06:688-689, B06-1154, Vol. II,
p. 785)

T/820  Letter from Murmelstein to Gestapo Vienna confirming
receipt of the order by the Reich Governor of Vienna
regarding the restriction of the use of streetcars by Jews;
Vienna, 4.4.42 (L-06:691-692, B06-1155, Vol. II, p. 785)

T/821  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting on 29 May 1942
at the offices of IVB4, together with officials of the Reich
Association of Jews in Germany and the Jewish Community in
Prague, at which they were informed of the execution of 250
Berlin Jews in retaliation for an act of sabotage at the
anti-Soviet exhibition; also a minute about a meeting with
Eichmann on 30 May 1942 in connection with the plan to
deport Jews under the age of 65; Vienna, 1.6.42 (L-06:704-
705, B06-1156, Vol. II, p. 785)

T/822 Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Brunner
regarding the restriction on the publication of the order
regarding pets and also the matter of enquiries  from IRC
about the whereabouts of Jews; Vienna, 22.6.42 (L-06:713-
714, B06-1157, Vol. II, p. 785)

T/823  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Brunner on the
reduction of staff of the Jewish Community office; Vienna,
24.7.42 (L-06:728-730, B06-1158, Vol. II, p. 785)

T/824  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Brunner who
informed him that the Jewish Religious Community in Vienna
ceased to exist on 31 October 1942 and the establishment of
the Council of Elders of the Jews in Vienna; Vienna, 5.11.42
(L-06:761-763, B06-1159, Vol. II, p. 785)

T/825  Minute by Loewenherz on a meeting with Brunner in
connection with the regulations of the Council of Elders;
Vienna, 2.12.42 (L-06:766-769, B06-1160, Vol. II, p. 786)

T/826  Express letter from Eichmann to von Thadden in
connection with the extradition of a German Jew, Karl
Klinger; Berlin, 23.8.43 (K-207300-1, TK-321, B06-927, Vol.
II, p. 786)

T/827  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann advising that the
terms of the extradition treaty with Hungary do not cover
the case presented by Eichmann (see T/826); Berlin, 3.9.42
(K-207304, TK-321, B06-928, Vol. II, p. 786)

T/828(a)  Monthly report of the Jewish Community of Prague
for February 1942; Prague 2.3.42 (B06-1334, Vol. II, p. 789)

T/828(b)  Monthly report of the Jewish Community of Prague
for March 1942; Prague 1.4.42 (B06-1335, Vol. II, p. 789)

T/829(a)  Monthly report of the Jewish Community of Prague
for June 1942; Prague 2.7.42 (B06-1336, Vol. II, p. 789)

T/830(a)  Monthly report of the Jewish Community of Prague
for July 1942; Prague 3.8.42 (B06-1338, Vol. II, p. 789)

T/831  Correspondence relating to the introduction of the
Jewish Badge into the Protectorate; 10.8.41, 14.8.41,
20.8.41, 6.9.41 (NG-1111, B06-503, Vol. II, p. 787)

T/832  Letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry
informing them of the intention to send to forced labour a
Prague Jew holding US citizenship; Berlin, 2.7.41 (K-208099,
TK-322, B06-911, Vol. II, p. 787)

T/833  Specimen forms used by the Central Office for Jewish
Emigration in the Protectorate for the confiscation of
Jewish property and for payment for emigration; Prague,
6.10.41 (B06-1236, Vol. II, p. 788)

T/834  Correspondence between the Dresdner Bank, Berlin and
the Escompt Bank in Prague concerning the account of the
Central Office for Jewish Emigration; NID-12319-5, JM-02072,
B06-732, Vol. II, p. 788)

T/835  Minute filed by the Foreign Ministry on a report from
Suhr regarding the deportation of Jews of Slovak nationality
in the Protectorate; Berlin, 2.6.42 (K-210901, TK-325, B06-
1012, Vol. II, p. 788)

T/836  See T/37(295)

T/837  Express letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry
replying to its enquiry about exit permits for Jews of
Swedish nationality; Berlin, 14.4.43 (K-348800, TK-528, B06-
1238, Vol. II, p. 789)

T/838  Report by the Council of Elders, Prague, to the
Central Office for the Regulation of the Jewish Question in
Bohemia and Moravia, on emigration and deportation of Jews
from the Protectorate from 28 July 1939; Prague, 19.6.44
(B06-1237, Vol. II, p. 789)

T/839  Page from a statistical report on Jews in the
Protectorate (see also T/836); 31.10.43 (CSI-8, B06-1196,
Vol. II, pp. 789-790)

T/840  Letter from the Council of the Elders, Prague, to the
Central Office for the Regulation of the Jewish Question in
Bohemia and Moravia, enclosing statistics of emigration and
deportation for the period 15 March to 19 June 1944; Prague,
19.6.44 (B06-1192, Vol. II, p. 790)

T/841  Letter from Boehme, Commander of Security Police and
Security Service, Prague, to the German authorities in
Prague concerning the apartments received by German
inhabitants of the town; Prague, 20.5.42 (B06-889, Vol. II,
p. 790)

T/842  Transcripts of Seidl's statement before the Vienna
Criminal Court on 11 August 1945; statement to the Vienna
police on 16 August 1945; testimony at his trial by the
Vienna Criminal Court on 4 June 1946 (B06-109, Vol. II, pp.
790-791)

T/843  Sworn statement by Johanan Zeev Scheck of the Israeli
Embassy in Paris describing the manner in which the reports,
orders and regulations issued by the Council of the
Theresienstadt camp were collected and preserved by him;
Paris, 28.12.60 (B06-1337, Vol. II, p. 792)

T/844  "Order of the Day" issued by the Theresienstadt
Council of Elders on 21 December 1941 (I-XIX-1, B06-1201,
Vol. II, pp. 792-793)

T/845  "Order of the Day" issued by the Theresienstadt
Council of Elders on 10 January 1942 (I-XXI-2, B06-1203,
Vol. II, p. 793)

T/846  "Order of the Day" issued by the Theresienstadt
Council of Elders on 19 January 1942 (I-XIX-2, B06-1198,
Vol. II, p. 793)

T/847  "Order of the Day" issued by the Theresienstadt
Council of Elders on 23 June 1942 (I-XIX-5, B06-1199, Vol.
II, p. 793)

T/848  "Order of the Day" issued by the Theresienstadt
Council of Elders on 18 October 1942 (I-XIX-4, B06-1204,
Vol. II, p. 793)

T/849  "Order of the Day" issued by the Theresienstadt
Council of Elders on 27 December 1941 (I-XIX-6, B06-1202,
Vol. II, p. 793)

T/850  See T/37(172)

T/851  Letter from Eichmann to von Thadden concerning Jews
of Hungarian nationality in Theresienstadt; Berlin, 15.11.43
(K-350965-6, TK-530, B06-546, Vol. II, p. 793)

T/852  See T/37(304)

T/853  Minute by Gerhart Riegner, World Jewish Congress
representative in Geneva, on a meeting held on 7 July 1943
with Andre de Pilar, member of the IRC Mixed Commission for
Relief, at which de Pilar reported on a talks with an
official of the German Red Cross who had visited
Theresienstadt; Geneva, 8.7.43 (B06-1058, Vol. II, pp. 794-
795)

T/854  Agreement form between the Reich Association of the
Jews in Germany and Dr. Ziegel who is about to be deported
to Theresienstadt; Berlin, 17.9.42 (B06-1598, Vol. II, p.
795)

T/855  Photocopy of a report by the Trustee Office of the
Council of Elders in Prague on its operations up to 31
December 1943 (Vol. II, p. 799)

T/856  Telegram from Richter and Killinger to Eichmann
regarding information being received by Nathan Schwalb and
Dr. Silbersch in Geneva from the Benzburg,Theresienstadt and
other
camps; Bucharest, 27.9.43 (K-212738, TK-327, B06-995, Vol.
II, p. 801)

T/857  Letter from Klingenfuss to Guenther, concerning a
telegram sent by the German Legation in Bucharest to
Eichmann regarding German nationals of mixed blood scheduled
to be deported from Romania; Berlin, 23.12.42 (K-212679, TK-
327, B06-994, Vol. II, p. 801)

T/858  Express letter from Kaltenbrunner to Himmler
requesting permission to deport aged or physically unfit
persons from Theresienstadt rather than those who are
physically fit as on previous occasions; Berlin, 16.2.43
(Alex. 2 1084-6, B06-1181, Vol. II, p. 801)

T/859  Letter from Himmler to replying Kaltenbrunner's
request (see T/858); Field Command Post, 16.2.43 (B06-1557,
Vol. II, p. 801)

T/860  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden concerning an
enquiry by the Papal Nuncio about a Jewish couple who had
been sent to Theresienstadt; Berlin, 15.11.43 (K-331959, TK-
508, B06-1187, Vol. II, p. 801)

T/861  See T/37(293)

T/862  "Order of the Day" issued by the Theresienstadt
Council of Elders on 10 January 1943 (I-XIX-3 B06-1205, Vol.
II, p. 802)

T/863  Internal memorandum from Dr. Erich Munk, director of
the Theresienstadt Ghetto Health Department to all medical
officers and gynaecologists concerning orders regarding
pregnant women and births in the ghetto; Theresienstadt,
21.8.43 (I-XXIV, B06-1200, Vol. II, p. 802)

T/864  Excerpts from the official record of the trial in
Leitmeritz, Czechoslovakia, of Karl Rahm, last Commandant of
the Theresienstadt Ghetto; 25.3.47 (CS I-11, B06-1369, Vol.
II, pp. 803-804)

T/865  See T/37(240)

T/866  List of those invited to a dinner held in Prague on 6
April 1945; 7.4.45 (CS I-2, B06-1197, Vol. II, p. 806)

T/867  Letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry,
referring to a note verbale submitted by the Yugoslav
Legation in Berlin, concerning illegal crossings of the
Yugoslav border by German Jews; Berlin, 25.4.40 (K-346530,
TK-526, B06-1043, Vol.  I, p. 817)

T/868  Letter from the German Legation in Belgrade to the
Foreign Ministry, reporting concerning an ordinance issued
in the Banat district excluding Jews from the wholesale
trade in foodstuffs; Belgrade, 26.10.40. Attached is a note
signed by Rademacher passing on a copy of the letter to
various addresses; Berlin, 22.11.40 (K-346500, TK-526, B06-
1042)

T/869  Letter from the Military Commander, Serbia, inviting
the German official in charge of the economy, the
representative of the Foreign Ministry, the Chief of the
Operations Unit, and others, to a meeting on Jewish affairs
to be held on 14 May 1941; Belgrade, 11.5.41 (K-390691, TK-
589, B06-1339, Vol. II, pp. 817-818)

T/870  Telegram from Veesenmayer and Benzler to the Foreign
Ministry proposing the immediate deportation of all male
Jews in Serbia; Belgrade, 8.9.42 (NG-3354, K-205194, TK-319,
B06-642)

T/871  Memorandum from the Foreign Minister's bureau to
State Undersecretary Woermann, advising that the Foreign
Minister does not approve of the proposal to deport 8,000
Serbian Jews to a Romanian island (see T/870); Westfallen,
11.9.41 (NG-3354, K-205916, TK-319, B06-643, Vol. II, p.
818)

T/872  Telex from Luther to the Foreign Ministry
representative in Belgrade rejecting the proposal to expel
Yugoslav Jews to a foreign state; Berlin, 11.9.41 (NG-3354,
K-205913, TK-319, B06-644, Vol. II, p. 818)

T/873  Telex from Benzler to the Foreign Ministry requesting
Ribbentrop's intervention regarding the proposed expulsion
of Yugoslav Jews; Belgrade, 10.9.41 (NG-3354, K-205192, TK-
319, B06-645, Vol. II, p. 818)

T/874  See T/37(193)

T/875  Written comments by Rademacher in the course of his
interrogation by Max Mandellaub, dealing with the planning
and implementation of the German policy to exterminate the
Jews of Serbia; 26.7.48 (SW-III, B06-1244, Vol. II, p. 819)

T/876  Memorandum by Rademacher to Luther expressing his
opposition to Belgrade's alternative proposal to deport the
Serbian Jews to the Generalgouvernement or to Russia;
Berlin, 13.9.42 (NG-3354, K-205188, TK-319, B06-648, Vol.
II, p. 821)

T/877  Telex from Benzler for Ribbentrop's personal
attention, appealing for the Reich Minister's support of his
proposal for the deportation of male Serbian Jews; Belgrade,
28.9.41 (NG-3354, K-205184-5, TK-319, B06-649, Vol. II, p.
821)

T/878  Memorandum from Luther to Ribbentrop concerning
Benzler's telex (see T/ 877); Berlin, 2.10.41 (NG-3354, K-
205180-81, TK-319, B06-650, Vol. II, p. 821)

T/879  See T/37Telex from Weber, en route with Ribbentrop's
special train, replying to Benzler's telex (see T/877);
2.10.41 (NG-3354, K-205175, TK-319, B06-651, Vol. II, p.
821)

T/880  Telegram from Luther to Benzler advising him that a
special representative of the Head Office for Reich Security
would travel to belgrade to deal with the question of the
deportation of the Serbian Jews; Berlin, 5.10.41 (K-205174,
TK-319, B06-1044, Vol. II, p. 821)

T/881  Telex from Luther to the German Legation in Belgrade
informing them that Eichmann, accompanied by Rademacher,
would be arriving in Belgrade the following week; Berlin,
8.10.41 (K-205173, TK-319, B06-1045, Vol. II, p. 821)

T/882  Telex from Luther to the German Legation in Belgrade
informing them that Suhr and Stuschke would be going to
Belgrade together with Rademacher; Berlin, 15.10.41 (K-
205171-2, TK-319, B06-1162, Vol. II, p. 821)

T/883  See T/37(58)

T/884  Memorandum from Weizsaecker to Section D of the
Foreign Ministry stating neither he nor the Foreign Ministry
should play an active role in the matter of the Jewish
Question in Serbia; Berlin, 22.11.1941 (NG-3354, K-205177,
TK-319, B06-652, Vol. II, p. 822)

T/885  Memorandum from Rademacher to Luther concerning a
telephone conversation with Benzler concerning the proposal
to send the Serbian Jews to a camp in Semlin, Croatia;
Berlin.12.41 (NG-3354, K-205162, TK-319, B06-653, Vol. II,
p. 822)

T/886  Memorandum from Luther to Weizsaecker states that as
the problem of the deportation of the Jews of Serbia has
been solved no written instructions be sent to Benzler;
12.12.41 (NG-3354, K-205162-4, TK-319, B06-654, Vol. II, p.
822)

T/887  Circular letter from Schellenberg, Chief of the
Foreign Section of the Head Office for Reich Security, to
senior staff, listing the senior officers of the Special
Operations Unit of the Security Police and Security Service
stationed in Yugoslavia; Berlin, 16.5.41 (NG-4717, B06-33,
Vol. II, pp. 822-823)

T/888 Order for all Jews in Belgrade to report to the Fire
Brigade Command Post at Tasmajdan; Belgrade, 16.4.44 (B06-
1340, Vol. II, p. 825)

T/889  Anti-Jewish laws promulgated in Croatia between the
dates 6.5.41-17.1.42. (Y III-12-16, B06-1438, Vol. II, p.
828)

T/890  Regulation issued by the Croatian Ministry of the
Interior concerning public order and security; 21.5.41 (Y V-
I, B06-1623, Vol. II, pp. 828-829)

T/891  Excerpts from speech given by Dr. Andre Artukovic,
Croatian Minister of the Interior, and published in People's
Journal@0.  The speech is full of denunciations of the Jews,
in Nazi style, and declares the Jews to be the enemies of
the Croatian state; 26.2.42 (Y-V-2, B06-1624, Vol. II, p.
832)

T/892  Part of a report on Nazi persecution of the Jews
prepared by the State Commission for Establishing the Crimes
of the Occupiers and their Helpers describing the suffering
of the Jews and life in the concentration and extermination
camps; July 1945 (J-III-10, B06-1432, Vol. II, p. 833)

T/893  Testimony of Police Attache Hans Helm before a
Yugoslav military court in connection with the actions of
the Special Operations Units in Croatia; 18.9.46 (Y-III-3,
B06-1434, Vol. II, pp. 834-835)

T/894  Excerpts from the examination of Dr. Wilhelm Fuchs in
Belgrade in which he confirms that instructions concerning
the treatment of Jews were received directly from Eichmann;
Belgrade, 4.9.46 (J-III-8, B06-1433, Vol. II, p. 835)

T/895  Testimony of Ludwig Teichmann before a Yugoslav
military court concerning the Sajmiste camp; 17.9.45 (Y-III-
6, B06-1437, Vol. II, p. 835)

T/896  Two testimonies by August Meisner, SS and Police
Leader, before a Yugoslav military court on the the methods
used to kill Croatian Jews; 31.8.46 (Y-III-4/5, B06-1435,
Vol. II, p. 835)

T/897  Two excerpts from the testimony of Aleksander Benak,
giving a description of the actions of the methods used by
Ustashi forces in Croatia; 26.5.45 (Y-IV, B06-1493, Vol. II,
p. 836)

T/898  See T/37(162)

T/899  Telegram from Eichmann to the representative of the
BdS in Lower Styria concerning the appointment of a
commandant of a camp to be established for the purpose of
deporting Slovenes; 26.4.41 (Y-I-1, B06-1080, Vol. II. p.
836)

T/900  See T/37(317)

T/901  Letter from Lurker to Eichmann informing him  that
the Slovenes will be subject to strict customs control at
the transit points into the Yugoslav areas; 23.6.43 (Y-I,
B06-1093, Vol. II, p. 837)

T/902  Note by Luther for oral report to Foreign Minister
concerning the treatment of the Jews in the Croatian
territories occupied by Italy; 24.7.42 (NG-3560, K-212262,
TK-326, B06-658, Vol. II, p. 837)

T/903  Letter from Klingenfuss to the Head Office for Reich
Security quoting the contents of a telegram received from
the German Legation in Zagreb concerning the expulsion of
Croatian Jews; 16.10.42 (NG-2367, K-212304, TK-326, B06-87,
Vol. II, p. 837)

T/904  Telegram from Kasche, the German Minister in Zagreb,
to the Foreign Ministry complaining about the lack of action
by the Italians against the Jews; 20.11.42 (NG-2345, K-
212340-1, TK-326, B06-661, Vol. II, p. 837)

T/905  Klingenfuss transmits to Eichmann a telegram from the
German Legation in Zagreb on the deportations carried out
and on the preparations for further deportations in the
coastal areas; 6.12.42 ( K-212345-6, K-212351, TK-326, B06-
1046, Vol. II, p. 837)

T/906  Telegram from Kasche to the Foreign Ministry
concerning the Italian favourable treatment of the Jews;
9.12.42 (K-212356, TK-326, B06-1047, Vol. II. pp. 837-838)

T/907  Letter from Helm to the Chief of Administration in
Croatia regarding co-operation between the Croatian police
and the Germans in the deportation of the Jews from Croatia.
A copy of the memo was sent to Eichmann; 27.1.43 (Y-II-2,
B06-1081, Vol. II. 838)

T/908  Urgent teleprinter message from Kasche to the Foreign
Ministry concerning the deportation of 2,000 Jews in small
groups.  He asks that Eichmann be informed; 4.3.43 (NG-2348,
K-212358, TK-326, B06-660, Vol. II, p. 839)

T/909  Telegram from Kasche to the Foreign Ministry stating
that preparations for the deportations have been completed;
4.2.43 (Y-II-3, B06-1161, Vol. II. p. 839)

T/910  See T/37(224)

T/911  A request from the Italian Embassy in Berlin for the
return of the Jewess Levy, an Italian national, who had been
removed from a concentration camp near Zagreb and deported
to Auschwitz; 4.2.43 (B06-686, Vol. II, p. 839)

T/912  Reply from Guenther to the Foreign Ministry stating
that the Jewess Levy is not in Auschwitz and there is no way
to ascertain her whereabouts; 13.4.43 (K-364079, TK-549, B06-
687, Vol. II, p. 839)

T/913  See T/37(104)

T/914  See T/37(105)

T/915  Letter from Eichmann to von Thadden concerning the
transfer of the Jew Guttmann from Agram to the area of the
Reich;  Berlin, 2.7.43 (K-346221, TK-526, B06-1048, Vol. II,
p. 840)

T/916  Cable from Wagner to the Police Attache in Zagreb
regarding the transfer to the East of the 800 Jews remaining
in Croatia; Berlin, 15.7.43 (NG-2413, K-212365, TK-326, B06-
655, Vol. II, p. 840)

T/917  Letter from IVB4 to the Commander of the Crininal
Police in Croatia requesting the deportation of 400 Croatian
Jews whom the Jewish Agency wishes to send to Palestine;
19.7.43 (Y-II-27-28, B06-1082, Vol. II, p. 840)

T/918  Letter from the Superintendent of the Criminal
Police, Zagreb, to Eichmann stating that the instructions
from IVB4 regarding the deportation of 400 Jews from Croatia
have been passed on to the Commander of the Security Police
and the SD in Croatia for action; 19.7.43  (Y-II-29, B06-
1083, Vol. II, pp. 840-841)

T/919  Telegram from the Head of the Attache's Unit of the
Head Office for Reich Security to Helm requesting that the
information regarding deportations from the Croatian coastal
areas be passed on to Abromeit; 16.9.43 (Y-II-33, B06-1094,
Vol. II, p. 841)

T/920  See T/37(305)

T/921  Letter from Kasche transmitting a report from the
Police Attache in Zagreb summing up the activities against
the Jews in Croatia; 22.4.44 (NG-2349, B06-656, Vol. II, p.
841)

T/922  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann, who was then in
Hungary, on the problem presented by the numerous mixed
marriages in Croatia; 27.4.44 (K-212369, TK-326, B06-1049,
Vol. II, p. 841)

T/923  Internal memorandum about the negotiations between
the Hungarian Government and Croatia on the repatriation
from Hungary of Jews who are Croatian nationals; 10.7.44 (Y-
II-41, B06-1084, Vol. II, p. 841)

T/924  Letter from an SS Obersturmfehrer (name illegible) in
Zagreb to IVA4 replying that no agreement had been concluded
between Hungary and Croatia on the repatriation of the Jews
(see T/ 923); 22.8.44 (Y-II-42, B06-1085, Vol. II, p. 841)

T/925  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden asking for the
dismissal of the Jew August Moss from his employment as a
geologist in the oil refinery "Petrolej"; 6.4.44 (K-214123,
TK-328, B06-166, Vol. II, p. 841)

T/926  Letter from Luther to Beckerle, German Minister in
Sofia, instructing him to begin negotiations with the
Bulgarian Government for the expulsion of the Jews to the
East; 15.10.42 (K-207522-3, TK-321, B06-1023, Vol. II, p.
842)

T/927  Beckerle reports to the Foreign Ministry on his
meeting with the Bulgarian Prime Minister.  The Bulgarians
agree to deport the Jews to the East, except for those who
are needed for public works and suggest that a German
adviser be sent to assist the Bulgarians; 16.10.42 (K-
207530, TK-321, B06-1024, Vol. II, p. 842)

T/928  See T/37(52)

T/929  Klingenfuss transmits to Eichmann a copy of a report
received from the German Legation in Sofia concerning the
deportation of Bulgarian Jews; 23.11.42 (K-207531, TK-321,
B06-1025, Vol. II, p. 843)

T/930  See T/37(53)

T/931  Mueller, on IVB4a stationery, writes to the Luther
stating that he cannot spare Wisliceny for a position in
Sofia, and has appointed Dannecker to the post of Adviser on
Jewish Affairs in Sofia; 10.12.42 (K-207555-6, TK-321, B06-
1026, Vol. II, p. 843)

T/932  Beckerle transmits two reports from Dannecker, in
which the latter writes about his discussions with the
Bulgarian Ministry of the Interior and with the Commissioner
for Jewish Affairs, Belev concerning plans for the expulsion
of the Jews of Thrace and Macedonia; 8.2.43 (K-207570-5, TK-
321, B06-1028, Vol. II, p. 843)

T/933  Telegram from Beckerle to the Foreign Ministry
reporting on the Bulgarian Government's agreement to deport
20,000 Jews; 16.2.43 (K-207578, TK-321, B06-1029, Vol. II,
p. 843)

T/934  Letter from Dannecker to the Attaches Unit IVB4,
reporting on the first stages of implementation of the
expulsion of 20,000 Jews from Bulgaria; 16.2.43 (K-207579-
80, TK-321, B06-1030, Vol. II, p. 843)

T/935  Letter from Von Thadden to Eichmann informing him of
the arrangements in Sofia and asks for his co-operation, to
ensure that the deportations from Bulgaria will begin at the
end of March, as planned; 18.2.43 (K-207577, TK-321, B06-
1031, Vol. II, p. 843)

T/936  Letter from Guenther to von Hahn informing him that
all preparations have been completed and that the
deportations from Bulgaria will begin on 15 March; 9.3.43 (K-
207587, TK-321, B06-1032, Vol. II, p. 843)

T/937  Letter from Beckerle to the Foreign Ministry
reporting on a session of the Bulgarian Parliament at which
the Vice-President, Peshev, was forced to resign as a result
of protest against the deportations of Jews.  The Foreign
Ministry passes on the contents of the report to Eichmann;
26-27.3.43 (K-208506, TK-322, B06-1033, Vol. II, pp. 843-
844)

T/938  See T/37(170)

T/939  See T/37(54)

T/940  See T/37(57)

T/941  Report by Hoffmann, Police Attache in Sofia, to the
Attaches unit, on the deportation of the Jews of Thrace and
Macedonia.  The report refers to difficulties with the
Bulgarian Government and on Dannecker's and Belev's efforts
to include in the expulsions Jews living in the area of old
Bulgaria; 5.4.43 (K-207603-9, TK-321, B06-1035, Vol. II, p.
844)

T/942  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden requesting the
Foreign Ministry to bring pressure to bear on the Bulgarian
Government, so that it will agree to deport the Jews living
in the territory of Old Bulgaria; (K-207618-20, TK-321, B06-
1036, Vol. II, p. 844)

T/943  See T/37(55)

T/944  Letter from Beckerle to the Police Attache's Unit in
reply to a letter from IVB4: The deportation of the Jews
from Sofia to the provincial towns has been completed;
24.6.43 (NG-096, K-344661-2, TK-524, B06-420, Vol. II, pp.
844-845)

T/945  0Telegram from Wagner to the Embassy in Sofia
informing that the matter raised by the Metropolitan of the
Bulgarian Church was brought to the attention of the Head
Office for Reich Security, but the latter is unable to
fulfil the request (see T/954); 31.7.44 (K-208557, TK-322,
B06-1040, Vol. II, p. 845)

T/946  Letter from Beckerle to the Foreign Ministry asking
for instructions on how to deal with an offer by the British
Government to accept 5,000 Jewish children for Palestine;
4.2.43 (NG-1792, K-207313-5, TK-321, B06-830, Vol. II, p.
845)

T/947  See T/37(56)

T/948  Letter from Bergmann, Foreign Ministry, to the German
Legation in Sofia instructing it to oppose the emigration of
5,000 Jewish children to Palestine; 13.2.43 (NG-1783, JM-
02021, K-207211-2, TK-321, B06-831, Vol. II, p. 845)

T/949  Telegram from Rademacher to the German Legation in
Bucharest giving instructions that the Bulgarian Government
must be advised that Germany opposes both the emigration and
the conduct of negotiations on this matter; 10.3.43 (NG-
2184, K-207354-5, TK-321, B06-400, Vol. II, p. 846)

T/950  Letter from Guenther to von Hahn in the matter of the
alleged negotiations between the Bulgarian Government and
Great Britain concerning the emigration of Jews to
Palestine; 2.4.43 (K-210553, TK-325, B06-1037, Vol. II, p.
846)

T/951  Letter from Pausch of the Foreign Ministry to
Eichmann concerning the negotiations between the Bulgarians
and the British on permission for emigration to Palestine;
7.4.43 (K-210551-2, TK-325, B06-1038, Vol. II, p. 846)

T/952  Eichmann informs the Foreign Ministry of the
Bulgarians' intention to authorize emigration to Palestine
of a large number of Balkan Jews; 4.5.43 (K-207416, TK-321,
B06-1034, Vol. II, p. 846)

T/953  Table prepared by the Central Jewish Council in
Athens summarizing the number of victims of the Holocaust in
the various Greek communities; 5.8.60 (G-I, B06-832, Vol.
II, p. 847)

T/954  Telegram from the Foreign Ministry to Eichmann in the
matter of a Jewess converted to Christianity on whose behalf
the Bulgarian Metropolitan has intervened.  (A letter from
the German Minister in Sofia is enclosed); 28.7.44 (K-208555-
6, TK-322, B06-1039, Vol. II, p. 847)

T/955  Letter from Suhr to Rademacher describes the
appalling situation of the Jews living in Greek territory;
11.7.42 (K-211586-8, TK-326, B06-997, Vol. II, p. 848)

T/956  Letter from Suhr to Rademacher on the mobilization of
Jews for forced labour in Greece; 18.8.42 (K-211572-3, TK-
326, B06-998, Vol. II, p. 848)

T/957  Telegram from Luther to the German Embassy in Rome
reporting that the Italian Representative in Athens has
asked for instructions from his Government on the Jewish
Question; 22.1.43 (K-211549-50, TK-326, B06-999, Vol. II, p.
848)

T/958  See T/37(103)

T/959  Letter from Guenther to the Foreign Ministry asking
that Wisliceny, currently in Bratislava, be sent to Salonika
for six to eight weeks to help with the deportation of its
Jews; 25.1.43 (K-211546, TK-326, B06-1000, Vol. II, pp. 848-
849)

T/960  Order from Dr. Merten to the Jewish Community to wear
the distinctive Jewish Star and to mark all Jewish shops.
The Jews will be transferred to a special area, at their own
expense; 6.2.43 (G-II, B06-424, Vol. II, p. 849)

T/961  Order by Wisliceny to Chief Rabbi Koretz, Salonika,
concerning the size of the marking sign to be worn by the
Jews and on the marking of their shops; 12.2.43 (G-II, B06-
425, Vol. II, p. 849)

T/962  See T/37(100)

T/963  Orders from Merten regarding confiscated Jewish
property in Salonika; 15.6.43 (B06-241, Vol. II, 849)

T/964  Order from Merten forbidding membership of Jews in
any organization whatsoever; 25.2.43 (G-II, B06-238, Vol.
II, p. 849) ;.l1,5,59,66,178,0,8,73,192,4,127,8,0,

T/965  See T/37(99)

T/966  Order from Merten prohibiting Jews from using
telephones and public transportation in Salonika; 13.2.43 (G-
II, B06-427, Vol. II, p. 849)

T/967  See T/37(142)

T/968  Letter from Merten to the Jewish Community of
Salonika that, because of the flight of the Jewish physician
Cuenos, 25 Jews will be taken hostage and will be shot if
any order is not carried out by the Jewish population;
21.3.43 (G-II, B06-429, Vol. II, p. 849)

T/969  See T/37(143)

T/970  Letter from the German Consul-General in Salonika to
the Foreign Ministry, transmitted to Eichmann, reporting on
the steps taken by Wisliceny to deal with the Jews; 26.2.43
(K-345673-6, TK-525, B06-1003, Vol. II, p. 850)

T/971  Letter from the German Consul-General in Salonika to
the Foreign Ministry reporting on the beginning of Jewish
deportations to the Generalgouvernement; 15.3.43 (K-211500,
TK-326, B06-1004, Vol. II, p. 850)

T/972  Letter from Von Thadden to Eichmann stating that he
has informed the representatives of several countries that
they will be permitted to repatriate their Jewish nationals
from Salonika up to 15 June 1943. He asks that, for the time
being, no action be taken against these Jews; 4.5.43 (K-
211404, TK-326, B06-1005, Vo. II, p. 850)

T/973  Letter from Wagner to Eichmann concerning the request
by the French Government for permission for ten families of
French nationality to return to France from Greece; 21.5.43
(K-345341, K-345343, TK-525, B06-1006, Vol. II, p. 850)

T/974  Order to Jews to report at "Liberation Square" in
Salonika; 7.7.42 (B06-1117, Vol. II, p. 851)

T/975  Photograph of Salonikan Jews in "Liberation Square";
(Vol. II, p. 852)

T/976  Photograph of SS men pouring water over a Jew in
Salonika to revive him after he had been beaten; (Vol. II,
p. 852)

T/977  Photograph of SS man forcing Jews in Salonika to do
exercises until they fall down from fatigue (Vol. II, p.
852)

T/978  Photograph of a Jew in Salonika being beaten with a
stick by German soldiers (Vol. II, p. 852)

T/979  Photograph of Jews in Salonika unable to continue
after six hours of exercises (Vol. II, p. 852)

T/980  Photograph of Jews removing their hats in "Liberation
Square," Salonika (Vol. II, p. 852)

T/981  Photograph of Jews in "Liberation Square," Salonika
(Vol. II, p. 852)

T/982  Photograph of a Jew in Salonika lying on the ground
to demonstrate exercises (Vol. II, p. 853)

T/983  Photograph of Jews in Salonika lined up in a row, to
watch others demonstrating exercises (Vol. II, p. 853)

T/984  Photograph of witness Nechama exercising at the
orders of a soldier (Salonika) (Vol. II, p. 853)

T/985  Hencke of the Foreign Ministry transmits to the
Foreign Ministry a complaint by the Italian Embassy stating
their objections to the activities of the Adviser on Jewish
Affairs in Salonika who had traveled to the Italian-occupied
territory in pursuit of Salonikan Jews who had managed to
flee there; 3.6.43 (81980-4, Tin-284, B06-1007, Vol. II, p.
856)

T/986  See T/37(276)

T/987  Reply from the Foreign Ministry to the Italian
Embassy in Berlin rejecting Italian complaints against
Wisliceny's activities and denying any intent to pursue Jews
who had fled; 24.6.43 (E-421368, B06-1009, Vol. II, p. 857)

T/988  Urgent letter from von Thadden to Eichmann concerning
the treatment of Jews in Salonika who are Spanish nationals;
26.7.43 (NG-5050, JM-02032, B06-1010, Vol. II, p. 857)

T/989  Letter from Bergmann to the Embassy in Rome stating
that, according to information received from the Security
Service, Jews in Greece are able to obtain Italian
nationality and thus to evade forced labour; 15.2.43 (NG-
4957, K-211541-2, K-211984-5, TK-326, B06-682, Vol. II, p.
857)

T/990  See T/37(225)

T/991  See T/37(227)

T/992  See T/37(101)

T/993  See T/37(141)

T/994  See T/37(144)

T/995  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden concerning a
Jewish woman of Greek nationality sent to the labour camp
Birkenau. As a matter of principle, it is impossible to
allow her to go to Switzerland; 14.9.43 (K-345718, TK-525,
B06-1022, Vol. II, p. 858)

T/996  See T/37(97)

T/997  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden regarding Jews of
foreign nationality living in Greece who have not yet
received demands to return to their countries of origin;
29.2.44 (K-349980-1, TK-529, B06-520, Vol. II, p. 858)

T/998  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann regarding the
request of the Army for payment for the transports of Jews
from Greece; 11.10.44 (K-345712, TK-525, B06-346, Vol. II,
p. 858)

T/999  Sworn statement by Erwin Lenz, former German soldier,
made to American investigators for Trial No. XII.  He
describes the concentration of the Jews on the island of
Rhodes and their forced transportation on unseaworthy boats,
which sank near the island's shores; 10.5.47 (NOKW-1715, B06-
1263, Vol. II, pp. 858-859)

T/1000 Letter from SS officer commanding Operations Unit D,
reporting to Army Group South on an Aktion carried out by
his unit in Czernowitz 6-8 July 1941; Czernowitz, 9.7.41
(NOKW-587, BO6-496, Vol. II, p. 860)

T/1001  Telex from von Killinger to the Foreign Ministry
asking for the immediate dispatch to Bucharest of an expert
on Jewish affairs to assist in drafting anti-Jewish
legislation and its implementation, for which the stage had
now been set; Bucharest, 7.8.41 (BO6-472, Vol. II, p. 863)

T/1002  Agreement between Germany and Romania on their
respective functions in the former Soviet areas of
Transnistria and Bug-Dnieper; Tighina, 30.8.41 (PS-3319, S-
11, BO6-840, Vol. II, p. 863)

T/1003  Letter from Dr. Braeutigam, of the Reich Ministry
for the Occupied Areas, to the  Foreign Ministry, referring
to talks his representative had held with Rademacher and
Eichmann, and forwarding a copy of Tighina Agreement (see
T/1002); Berlin, 31.3.42 BO6-43, Vol. II, 863)

T/1004  Minute by Richter on a meeting with Acting Prime
Minister Antonescu on 12 December 1941, at which Richter
presented the draft of law on the census of Romanian Jews
and the dissolution of the Union of Jewish Communities;
Bucharest, 15.12.41 (BO6-573, Vol. II, p. 863)

T/1005  Letter from Richter to Lecca, official in charge of
Jewish affairs in M. Antonescu's office, forwarding
applications submitted by Romanian Jewish families for
transit visas through Germany, and stating that these would
be refused; on Richter's orders; Bucharest, 16.12.41 (BO6-
576, Vol. II, p. 864)

T/1006  Letter from Richter to Lecca adding another name to
the list of Jews who have applied for German transit visas
(see  T/1005); Bucharest, 16.12.41 (BO6-577, Vol. II, p.
864)

T/1007  See T/37(173)

T/1008  See T/37(311)

T/1009  See T/37(310)

T/1010  Report by Col. Brosteanu, Commander of the
gendarmerie, Transnistria, on raid by SS men on the Jewish
camp in Catousea, Berezovka district, on 16 March 1942, in
which 120 Jews were killed; Transnistria, 24.3.42 (BO6-474,
Vol. II, p. 864)

T/1011  Report by Col. Brosteanu on the round up of 772 Jews
from the town of Cihrin, Berezovka district, by the German
police, who then proceeded to kill all the Jews by shooting
and appropriate all their possessions.  Four days later, 17
SS men killed 650 Jews from a camp in Hulievka, in the same
district;  Transnistria, 24.3.42 (BO6-475, Vol. II, p. 864-
865)

T/1012  Report by the Commander of the Gendarmerie,
Transnistria, on the murder of 1,200 Jews by the SS;
Transnistria, 16.6.42 (B06-476, Vol. II, p. 865)

T/1013  See T/37(256)

T/1014  See T/37(257)

T/1015  Minute by Richter on a meeting with Acting Premier
Antonescu on 22 April 1942, concerning the administration of
forced labour by Jews; Bucharest, 4.5.42 (BO6-471, Vol. II,
p. 865)

T/1016  Letter from Eichmann to Rademacher, complaining that
while Romanian Jews seeking to emigrate to the West can no
longer obtain German transit visas, they are still able to
get out, by way of Hungary, Croatia and Italy; Berlin,
13.5.42 (K-340359, TK-518, BO6-1228, Vol. II, p. 865)

T/1017  Letter from Richter to Lecca asking him to ascertain
whether a certain Kaufmann, a Jew who was still in an
executive position in a Bucharest firm, was in possession of
a valid work permit; Bucharest, 2.6.42 (BO6-531, Vol. II, p.
865)

T/1018  Letter from the director, research division, Central
Bureau of Statistics of Romania, to Richter, forwarding a
table showing the Jewish population of Romania on 6 April
1941 - exclusive of Bessarabia and Bukovina - and of the
latter two provinces in August 1941.  Romania (exclusive of
Transnistria) had 290,000 Jews, over 90% living in the
cities; Bucharest, 18.6.42 (BO6-469, Vol. II, p. 865)

T/1019  Richter transmits to Eichmann data on the population
statistics in Romania (see T/1018); Bucharest, 30.6.42 (B06-
526, Vol. II, p. 865)

T/1020  Letter from Suhr to Richter, informing him of
reports which had reached Berlin about a Jewish organization
in Timisoara which seems to be engaged in arranging the
illegal emigration of Jews; Berlin, 26.6.42 (BO6-574, Vol.
II, p. 865)

T/1021  See T/37(130)

T/1022  See T/37(176)

T/1023  See T/37(177)

T/1024  Draft letter from Klingenfuss to Eichmann conveying
the Foreign Ministry's approval of the resumption of "Jewish
measures" against Romanian Jews living in Germany or German-
occupied areas; also draft letter from Luther to the German
Legation in Bucharest, advising it of above letter to
Eichmann; Berlin, 20.8.42 (NG-2198, K-212608-10, BO6-850,
Vol. II, p. 866)

T/1025  Letter from Richter to Eichmann forwarding the text
of new Romanian legislation concerning the draft of Jews for
forced labour; Bucharest, 5.8.42 (BO6-470, Vol. II, pp. 866-
867)

T/1026  Telegram from Killinger to the Foreign Ministry
informing it that on the advice of Richter, Lecca had
ordered that Zionist organizations in Romania be dissolved;
Bucharest, 8.4.42 (K-342704, TK-521, BO6-570, Vol. II, p.
867)

T/1027  Memorandum by Luther to Weizsaecker stating that
Romanian officials had reconfirmed their agreement to let
the Germans handle deportation of Jews from Romania; Berlin,
17.8.42 NG-3558, K-212619-21, TK-327, BO6-403, Vol. II, p.
867)

T/1028  Telegram from Eichmann to Richter inviting him to
attend a one-day briefing session in Berlin on 28 August
1942; handwritten annotation adds that the administration of
concentration camps will be the main subject; Berlin,
23.8.42 K-342728, TK-521, BO6-1348, Vol. II, p. 867)

T/1029  Letter from Killinger to the Foreign Ministry
complaining about the mishandling of Lecca's visit to Berlin
and about the Ministry's assumption that negotiations with
Romania about its Jews could be left to the Gestapo alone.
Killinger had sent a note verbale to the Romanian Foreign
Ministry on 27 August 1942, as per enclosed copy, asking for
formal confirmation of Romanian positions on the deportation
of Jews from Romania; Bucharest, 28.8.42 (NG-2195, CJM-538,
B06-178, Vol. II, p. 867)

T/1030  See T/37(46)

T/1031  (1) Telex from Killinger to Foreign Ministry
referring to instructions received by Richter from Berlin:
property in Romania left by German Jews was at the disposal
of Romanian Government; Bucharest, 12.9.42. (2) Memorandum
from Rademacher to Luther: instructions sent to Richter by
Suhr had  been premature and the Legation in Bucharest had
been instructed to negotiate the issue of Jewish property on
the basis of the "territorial principle"; Berlin, 14.9.42.
(3) Handwritten letter from Klingenfuss to Eichmann: all
communications with Gestapo posts abroad dealing with basic
political issues should pass through the Foreign Ministry;
Berlin, 22.9.42 (K-212635/34/33, TK-327, BO6-989, 990, 991,
Vol. II, p. 868)

T/1032  See T/37(131)

T/1033  Letter from Richter to the  German consulate in
Galatz, proposing that a surprise raid be made on the Jews
in the city to ascertain which Jews have failed to report
for the census; Bucharest, 3.9.42 (BO6-575, Vol. II, p. 868)

T/1034  See T/37(133)

T/1035  Letter from Richter to Eichmann forwarding an
article published in the Bukarester Tageblatt  which
denounces two prominent Romanian Jews, Neumann and
Filderman, for their efforts to obstruct the deportation of
Jews; Bucharest, 15.10.42 (BO6-479, Vol. II, p. 868)

T/1036  Letter from Richter to Lecca, quoting item published
in Bukarester Tageblatt  of 8 November 1942 concerning a
trial in which a Romanian official was fined for accepting
bribes from Jews; Bucharest, 14.11.42 (BO6-579, Vol. II, p.
868)

T/1037  Letter from Richter to Lecca, enclosing a circular
letter that was being distributed by a firm which now goes
under a Romanian name, but has in fact remained Jewish;
Bucharest, 9.12.42 (BO6-578, Vol. II, p. 868)

T/1038  Letter from Richter to Eichmann forwarding anti-
Jewish propaganda material published by the German legation
in co-operation with the Romanian Ministry for Propaganda;
Bucharest, 17.12.42 (BO6-480, Vol. II, p. 869)

T/1039  Letter from Killinger to the Foreign Ministry,
forwarding report by Richter on the current status of the
projected deportation of Romanian Jews; Bucharest, 26.11.42
(BO6-572, Vol. II, p. 869)

T/1040  Photostat copy of an article published in Bukarester
Tageblatt of 8 August 1942, headlined "Romania becomes
judenrein" (Vol. II, p. 873)

T/1041  Telegram from Killinger to the Foreign Ministry
reporting that Marshal Antonescu has ordered that 75,000-
80,000 Jews be permitted to emigrate to Palestine, on
condition that Romania receives 200,000 Lei for each Jew;
12.12.42 (NG-2200, 160871-2, Tin-358A, BO6-401, Vol. II, p.
877)

T/1042  Letter from Luther replying to Killinger's letter of
11 November 1942 (T/1039) concerning the deportation of
Romania's Jews; Berlin, 14.12.42 (K-212674, TK-327, BO6-987,
Vol. II, p. 877)

T/1043  Telex from Killinger to the Foreign Ministry
conveying his and Acting Premier Antonescu's consent to
Eichmann's visit in January 1943 (see T/1041); Bucharest,
31.12.42 (K-212688, TK-327, BO6-988, Vol. II, p. 877)

T/1044  See T/37(47)

T/1045  Letter from Richter to Eichmann, enclosing copy of
letter from Dr. Filderman, entreating Bursan to intercede
with the Romanian authorities on behalf of 5,000 Jewish
orphans in Transnistria; Bucharest, 29.1.43 (BO6-481, Vol.
II, p. 878)

T/1046  Letter from Richter to Lecca referring to an item in
Universul, a Bucharest daily, which eulogizes a Jewish
journalist who had worked for the paper; Bucharest, 13.2.43
(BO6-580, Vol. II, p. 878)

T/1047  See T/37(45)

T/1048  See T/37(48)

T/1049  Express letter from Guenther to von Hahn advising
that 150 Jewish children from Romania are scheduled to pass
through Bulgaria on the way to Palestine, and asking that
the Foreign Ministry take steps to prevent Romania from
going through with this "unbelievable" project; Berlin,
10.3.43 (K-207349, TK-321, BO6-200, Vol. II, p. 878)

T/1050  Telex from Richter to the Foreign Ministry, for
Eichmann, reporting on the success of his efforts to prevent
emigration of Romanian Jewish children to Palestine by way
of Bulgaria.  Handwritten note states that contents of telex
were conveyed to Eichmann by phone; Bucharest, 9.4.43 (BO6-
980, Vol. II, p. 878)

T/1051  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann referring to the
telex from the Legation in Bucharest (T/1050), and
transmitting telegram from the German Minister in Sofia of
10 April 1943, in which the Foreign Ministry is informed
that the Bulgarian visas which had been granted to the 74
Romanian Jewish children had been revoked; Berlin, 12.4.43
(BO6-981, Vol. II, p. 878)

T/1052  Richter asks the German consuls for information on
local Jewish propaganda material and for a list of Jews who
still have radio sets; 16.3.43 (B06-482, Vol. II, p. 878)

T/1053  Letter from Richter to Eichmann containing figures
on Jewish property that had been nationalized.  Richter adds
that approximately 75% of the Jews in Government employ had
been dismissed; Bucharest, 26.3.43 (BO6-483, Vol. II, p.
879)

T/1054  See T/37(282)

T/1055  See T/37(44)

T/1056  Express letter from Guenther to von Thadden
expressing concern over reports that thousands of Jewish
children from Bulgaria and Romania were going to be moved to
Palestine; Berlin, 31.3.44 (K-212859-60, TK-327, BO6-214,
Vol. II, p. 879)

T/1057  See T/37(307)

T/1058  See T/37(42)

T/1059  See T/37(43)

T/1060  See T/37(15)

T/1061  Express letter from von Thadden to Eichmann
informing him that Max Auschnitt was arrested on 6 July 1943
and sent to the Targu-Jiu concentration camp (see T/1060);
Berlin, 9.7.43 (K-212775, TK-327, BO6-993, Vol. II, p. 880)

T/1062  Four covering letters from Richter to the Foreign
Ministry in Berlin, enclosing eight letters to Eichmann
dealing with all aspects of the Jewish Question in Romania;
Bucharest, 16.6.43, 25.6.43, 3.7.43, 17.7.43 (K-
206909/894/855,858, TK-321, BO6-979, Vol. II, p. 880)

T/1063  Letter from Richter to Lecca concerning an
application made by a Romanian bank to exempt six Jewish
employees from forced labour; Bucharest, 25.6.43 (BO6-581,
Vol. II, p. 880)

T/1064  Letter from Eichmann to von Thadden complaining
about the French Legation's commercial attache, Sarret
(Richter suspects he is Jewish), for intervening with the
Romanian authorities on behalf of Jews of French
nationality; Berlin, 2.8.43. Also a letter from the German
Embassy in Paris to the Foreign Ministry advising that the
French Foreign Ministry - which denies that Sarret is Jewish
- had asked for a report on the subject; Paris, 22.11.43 (K-
212802-4, TK-327, BO6-996, Vol. II, p. 880)

T/1065  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden informing him
that Ernestine Koenig, a Jewish woman of Romanian
nationality had been moved from Auschwitz to the East;
Berlin, 27.8.43 K-372449, TK-560, BO6-517, Vol. II, p. 880)

T/1066  Letter from von Thadden to the German Legation in
Bucharest concerning a Dr. H.E. Wolff (see T/1067); Berlin,
30.9.43 (K-362366, TK-417, BO6-634, Vol. II, p. 880)

T/1067  Letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry,
agreeing to its instructions to Bucharest concerning Dr.
Wolff (T/1066), but adding that the time limit given to
Wolff to liquidate his assets should be reduced to a month
and a half.  Handwritten annotation that there was no point
in reducing the time limit; Berlin, 25.9.43 (K-362337, TK-
547,BO6-635, Vol. II, p. 880)

T/1068  Telex from Richter and Killinger to the Foreign
Ministry, for Eichmann, concerning E.H. Wolff (see T/1066
and T/1067).  Wolff was now on his way back to Bad Homburg
and appropriate action should be taken against him by the
Security Police when he reaches his destination; Bucharest,
16.10.43 (K-362341-3, TK-547, BO6-636,E Vol. II, p. 880)

T/1069  Memorandum from von Thadden to Chief of section
Inland II of Foreign Ministry concerning the son of
Filderman who had been arrested in France; Berlin, 26.1.44
(K-342328-30, TK-520, BO6-1231, Vol. II, pp. 880-881)

T/1070  Note verbale from the Romanian Legation in Berlin to
the Foreign Ministry, asking for Ronetti Filderman's release
from concentration camp and his repatriation to Romania;
Berlin, 13.3.44. Also a letter from Eichmann to von Thadden
stating that R. Filderman was being held in Berlin pending
internment in Sachsenhausen, and proposing that the Romanian
Legation be told that Filderman had only been temporarily
detained, and that he was presumed to be in France; Berlin,
21.8.44 (K-207001, TK-321, BO6-1232, Vol. II, p. 881)

T/1071  Express letter from Guenther to von Thadden
concerning reports that the Romanian Government was about to
permit an increase in emigration of Jews from the country by
sea, via Turkey; Berlin, 13.7.44 (K-212878-9, TK-327, BO6-
150, Vol. II, p. 881)

T/1072  Declaration by Dr. Alexander Safran, former Chief
Rabbi of Romania, describes the sufferings of the Jews of
Romania during the War; 26.6.59 (SW-IV, B06-568, Vol. II,
pp. 881-882)

T/1073  Report by Killinger to the Foreign Ministry on the
political situation in Slovakia; 19.8.40 (NG 2674, UM 02025,
B06-1527, Vol. II, p. 883)

T/1074  Statement of Dieter Wisliceny on anti-Jewish
measures in Slovakia;  6-7.5.45 (B06-899, Vol. II, p. 883)

T/1075  Telex from Ludin, German Minister in Bratislava, to
the Foreign Ministry, asking for approval of a visit to
Jewish labour camps in Eastern Upper Silesia by Slovak
officials accompanied by Wisliceny; Bratislava, 2.7.41 (K-
403463-4, TK-607, BO6-1267, Vol. II, p. 898)

T/1076  Draft of report by Ludin to the Foreign Ministry
informing it that the Slovak Ministry of the Interior was
planning to clear certain areas, including the capital, of
Jews and put them in ghettos, as proposed by Wisliceny;
Bratislava, 22.10.41 (K-403481, TK-607, BO6-1268, Vol. II,
p. 898)

T/1077  Memorandum by Wisliceny to the German Legation,
Bratislava, forwarding a table showing the property in the
possession of Jews from Germany, the Protectorate and the
Generalgouvernement in Slovakia, as of 1 December 1940
(table not enclosed); Bratislava, 24.1.42 (K-403501, TK-607,
BO6-1269, Vol. II, p. 898)

T/1078  Telex from Luther to the German Legation,
Bratislava, asking it to convey to the Slovak Government
that Germany was prepared to accept 20,000 able-bodied young
Jews from Slovakia, to be put to work in the East; Berlin,
16.2.42 (K-403503, TK-607, BO6-837, Vol. II, p. 898)

T/1079  Telex from the Foreign Ministry to the German
Legation, Bratislava, advising it of the forthcoming visit
by Eichmann; Berlin, 13.3.42 (K-403505, TK-607, BO6-1270,
Vol. II, p. 898)

T/1080  Telex from Luther to the German Legation,
Bratislava, forwarding a letter from the Chief of the
Security Police and the Security Service proposing that the
Slovak Government pay Germany 500 Reichsmarks for every Jew
taken off its hands; Berlin, 20.3.42 (K-403506, TK-607, BO6-
1271, Vol. II, p. 898)

T/1081  Minute by Luther on a telephone call from Ludin, in
which the latter informed him that the Slovak Government had
approved the evacuation of Jews from Slovakia; Berlin,
29.3.42 (249540, Ser:613, BO6-1015, Vol. II, p. 898)

T/1082  Letter from Eichmann to the Foreign Ministry stating
his opposition to the transit of foreign Jews through
Germany; Berlin, 30.3.42 (K-340355-6, TK-518, BO6-1234, Vol.
II, p. 898)

T/1083  Form letter from the Foreign Ministry to the German
Legation, Bratislava, advising it of the forthcoming visit
to Slovakia by Suhr, to deal with legal aspects of the
disposal of the property of Slovakian Jews deported to the
East; Berlin, 21.4.42 (K-403540-1, TK-607, BO6-1272, Vol.
II, p. 898)

T/1084  Memorandum from Wisliceny to the Legation
Counsellor, enclosing a draft of a note verbale on the
German demand from Slovakia to pay 500 Reichsmarks for every
Jew taken for resettlement in German territory, to be
submitted to the Slovak Prime Minister prior to Suhr's visit
(see T/1083); Bratislava, 25.4.42 (K-403542, TK-607, BO6-
282, Vol. II, pp. 898-899)

T/1085  Memorandum from Wisliceny to the Legation
Counsellor, concerning measures taken to secure the movable
property of the Jews of Slovakia; Bratislava, 28.4.42 (K-
403544, TK-607, BO6-838, Vol. II, p. 899)

T/1086  Note verbale from the German Legation in Bratislava
to the Slovak Foreign Ministry, informing it that Slovakian
Jews who had been moved to German territory from Slovakia
would not return to Slovakia, and that the German Government
had no claim on the property such Jews may have left  in
Slovakia; Bratislava, 1.5.42 (K-403548, TK-607, BO6-835,
Vol. II, p. 899)

T/1087  Telex from Luther to the German Legation in
Bratislava, instructing it to inform the Slovak Government
of the conditions for dealing with Slovak Jews (see T/1086);
Berlin, 2.5.42 (K-403349, TK-607, BO6-836, Vol. II, p. 899)

T/1088  Letter from Hunsche to Rademacher about an enquiry
by the Slovak Legation concerning furs and woollens that had
been confiscated from Slovakian Jews residing in Germany;
1.5.42 (K-348170-1, TK-527, BO6-1068, Vol. II, p. 899)

T/1089  Letter from Guenther to Rademacher informing him of
the situation regarding the deportation of the Jews of
Slovakia; Berlin, 15.5.42 (K-403349, TK-607, BO6-839, Vol.
II. p. 899)

T/1090  See T/37(234)

T/1091  Copy of a telegram from the Head Office for Race and
Resettlement to the Resettlement Office, Litzmannstadt,
advising of the arrival of a group of Czech children;
attached is a list containing 91 names arranged in seven age
groups from 0 to 16, and giving place of birth; Berlin,
12.6.42 (BO6-865, Vol. II, p. 900)

T/1092  See T/37(244)

T/1093  See T/37(245)

T/1094  See T/37(247)

T/1095  See T/37(246)

T/1096  See T/37(248)

T/1097  See T/37(249)

T/1098  See T/37(250)

T/1099  See T/37(251)

T/1100  Material relating to the fate of the Lidice children
from Vol. 4 of the Green Series@3, and the judgment relating
to the actions taken by the Head Office for Race and
Resettlement (Vol.  I, p. 904)

T/1101  Minute of meeting with Slovak Premier Tuka, attended
by Wisliceny and German Minister Ludin, concerning the
situation regarding the deportation of the Jews of Slovakia;
Bratislava, 30.6.42 (K-348299, TK-527, BO6-369, Vol. II, p.
905)

T/1102  Telex from the German Legation in Bratislava to the
Foreign Ministry, requesting approval for Wisliceny's visit
to Berlin to attend a meeting of German Specialists on
Jewish Affairs at the Head Office for Reich Security;
Bratislava, 21.8.42 (K-348280, TK-527, BO6-1526, Vol. II, p.
906)

T/1103  Letter from Eichmann to von Thadden concerning a
Czech Jewish woman, Anna Machalek, who was interned at
Theresienstadt; Berlin, 12.11.43 (K-348415-6, TK-528, BO6-
1013, Vol. II, p. 906)

T/1104  Note verbale from the Slovak Legation in Berlin to
the Foreign Ministry concerning Anna Machalek (see  T/1103)
insisting that she was indeed "Aryan," and asking that the
case be closed; Berlin, 2.5.44 (K-348436, TK-528, BO6-1643,
Vol. II, p. 906)

T/1105  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden concerning Anna
Machalek (see T/1103 and T/1104), advising him that
Wisliceny  could not make a final determination of
Machalek's racial status because of his absence from
Bratislava; Berlin, 13.5.44 (K-348439, TK-528, BO6-1014,
Vol. II, p. 906)

T/1106  Letter from Ludin to the Foreign Ministry (copy to
Eichmann) enclosing the text of Pastoral Letter issued by
Slovakian bishops, to be read out in the churches on 21
March 1943 (text not attached); Bratislava, 13.4.43 (K-
213041-4, K-213049, TK-327, BO6-1016, Vol. II, p. 906)

T/1107  Statement by Wisliceny concerning a series of
articles on the condition of Jews in German camps, published
by Fritz Fialla, a Slovakian journalist, whom he accompanied
on a visit to Sosnowiec and Auschwitz in the summer of 1942
(see T/1119);  Written in Bratislava prison, 26.7.46 (I-
XIII, BO6-1041, Vol. II, pp. 906-907)

T/1108  See T/37(70)

T/1109  See T/37(71)

T/1110  See T/37(72)

T/1111  The Foreign Ministry expresses its dissatisfaction
with Eichmann's refusal to permit visits by Slovak officials
to the camps; Berlin, 14.1.44 (K-213028, TK-327, B06-1017,
Vol. II, p. 908)

T/1112  See T/37(73)

T/1113  See T/37(237)

T/1114  Translation in to Hebrew of the Kasztner Report,
with a declaration by the translator Dan don Weisel (Vol.
II, p. 910)

T/1115  Declaration by Deputy District Attorney, Mr. Tel,
concerning the Kasztner Report (Vol. II, p. 909)

T/1116  See T/37(271)

T/1117  Statement made by Andrej Steiner on conversations he
had with Wisliceny in 1943-44, in which they discussed the
possibility of Jewish children from Slovakia emigrating to
Palestine; Bratislava, 6.2.46. Also comments by Wisliceny
confirming the contents, with minor reservations; Bratislava
(in prison), 5.3.46 (BO6-281, Vol. II, pp. 914-915)

T/1118  The Tragedy of Slovak Jewry, illustrated brochure
published by the Documentation Centre of the Central Union
of Jewish Communities in Slovakia, Bratislava, containing
documents and photographs on the fate of Slovakian Jewry in
World War II (Hebrew and English); Bratislava, March 1949
(Vol. II, p. 915)

T/1119  Hebrew translation of p. 116 of The Tragedy of
Slovak Jewry (T/1118), containing photograph of an article
published in Slovenska Politika of 7 November 1942, by F.
Fiala (see T/1107) (Vol. II, p. 915)

T/1120  Telegram from Veesenmayer to the Foreign Ministry
reporting that the Slovakian legation in Budapest was trying
to obtain the release of Slovakian Jews interned in Hungary
in order to repatriate them; Budapest, 13.6.44 (NG-2563, BO6-
513, Vol. II, p. 919)

T/1121  Telegram from Ludin to the Foreign Ministry,
agreeing to Veesenmayer's visit to Bratislava, adding that
talks on Jewish affairs will be of practical value only if
Wisliceny returns to Bratislava for permanent posting;
Bratislava, 23.6.44    (K-209325, TK-323, BO6-902, Vol. II,
p. 919)

T/1122  Report by Ludin to the Foreign Ministry on
developments concerning Slovakian Jewry 1943-1944;
Bratislava, 11.8.44. Also resume of above report prepared in
the Foreign Ministry for Wagner; Berlin, 31.8.44 (K-213020-
1, K-213011-8, TK-327, BO6-903, Vol. II, p. 919)

T/1123  See T/37(192)

T/1124  Telegram from Veesenmayer concerning Wagner's
telegram of 15 June 1944 (T/1123). Veesenmayer quotes
Eichmann's comments on the behaviour of the escorts;
Budapest, 20.6.44 (K-351268, TK-530, BO6-639, Vol. II, p.
919)

T/1125  Letter from the German Legation in Budapest to the
Foreign Ministry on the incident involving the escort of the
transport of Hungarian Jews (T/1123 and T/1124), reporting
that, according to an investigation conducted by the Chief
of the Security Police and the SD in Hungary, the facts as
reported were essentially true; Budapest, 2.8.44 (K-351239,
TK-530, BO6-640, Vol. II, p. 919)

T/1126  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden concerning a
complaint on behaviour of the German escorts of transports
of Hungarian Jews (T/1123); Berlin, 22.9.44 (K-351237,TK-
530, BO6-641, Vol. II, p. 919)

T/1127  Telegram from Ludin to the Foreign Ministry
reporting that Premier Tuka had raised objections to the
resumption of deportation of Slovakian Jews, as this would
create diplomatic difficulties for Slovakia; Bratislava,
4.10.44, B06-895, Vol. II, pp. 919-920)

T/1128  Memorandum by von Thadden to Weizsaecker for
transmission to Ribbentrop, questioning Ludin's reply to
Tuka (see  T/1127), and suggesting that in case of
diplomatic protests against deportations, Tuka should point
out the major role played by Jews in the Slovakian uprisings
and partisan activities which make radical steps inevitable;
Berlin, 5.10.44 (K-212987-8, TK-327, BO6-896, Vol. II, p.
920)

T/1129  See T/37(140)

T/1130  Report by the Commandant of the Security Police and
the SD on actions taken in the wake of the uprisings in
Slovakia; Bratislava, 9.12.44 (BO6-833, Vol. II, p. 920)

T/1131  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann, informing him
that President Tiso had shown the German Minister in
Bratislava a letter from a Protestant bishop in Uppsala
asking for Slovakian Jews to be permitted to leave for
neutral territory; Berlin, 6.1.45 (K-213008, TK-327, BO6-
898, Vol. II, p. 920)

T/1132  See T/37(74)

T/1133  Letter from Guenther to the Foreign Ministry
concerning Ilona Brody, a Jewish woman about whom the
Hungarian Legation in Berlin had made enquiries; Berlin,
24.4.44 (K-351030-31, TK-530, BO6-524, Vol. II, p. 920)

T/1134  Diary kept by Yomtov Yakoel, a Jewish attorney in
Salonika, describing the course of events affecting the
Jewish community of that city from April 1941 up to 7 March
1943.  Attached is a statement by Asher Rafael Moissis,
Yakoel's law partner, on the authenticity of the diary and
on how it came into his possession; Athens, 4.1.61 (BO6-351,
Vol. II, pp. 925-926)

T/1135  Excerpts from a diary kept by Jochen Klepper;
10.12.42 (BO6-186,E Vol. II, pp. 926-927)

T/1136  See T/37(88)

T/1137  Telegram from Luther to the German Legation in
Budapest concerning a discussion with the Hungarian
Ambassador in Berlin about the Final Solution to the Jewish
Question in Hungary; Berlin, 14.10.42 (NG-5562, 477233-5,
B06-1242, Vol. III, p. 928)

T/1138  See T/37(164)

T/1139  Letter from Kligenfuss to Eichmann about questions
raised in the Hungarian parliament concerning Jews; Berlin,
7.12.42 (K-213304, TK-328, B06-972, Vol. III, 928)

T/1140  Letter from Guenther to the Foreign Ministry
complaining about the presence of Hungarian Jews working on
the railway, at a point close to the border with the Reich,
as a result of which German railway personnel are exposed to
daily contact with them; Berlin, 5.4.43 (K-213713-4, TK-328,
BO6-1341, Vol. III, p. 928)

T/1141  See T/37(159)

T/1142  See T/37(160)

T/1143  See T/37(157)

T/1144  Report by Veesenmayer on the situation in Hungary;
10.12.43 (NG-5560, BO6-1644, Vol. III, p. 929)

T/1145  Veesenmayer's report to the Foreign Ministry on the
situation he found on his arrival in Hungary; 19.3.44 (NG-
5524, 109841, Tin-218, B06-1021, Vol. III, pp. 929-930)

T/1146  Travel permit issued Dr. Alexander Brody and his
affidavit concerning deportations from the Kistarcsa camp
(BR-II,B06-1445, Vol. III, p. 956)

T/1147  Photograph of Novak as identified by Dr. Brody (Vol.
III, p. 959)

T/1148  Postcard from Jenoe Reich to his wife Margit written
en route to the Kistarcsa camp (B06-1128, Vol. III, p. 964)

T/1149  Copy of a letter from Jenoe Weiss to his wife Margit
written en route to the Kistarcsa camp (B06-1128, Vol. III,
p. 965)

T/1150  Copy of a letter from Jenoe Weiss to his wife Margit
from the Kistarcsa camp (B06-1128, Vol. III, p. 965)

T/1151  Statement made by Dr. Martin Foeldi to the Israeli
police on his experiences in the Uzhgorod Ghetto and
Auschwitz.  Enclosed is a photocopy of a postcard Foeldi
sent to his sister in Budapest on orders of the camp staff;
17.8.60 (BO6-668, Vol. III, p. 969)

T/1152  See T/37(7)

T/1153  Sketch of Eichmann's villa in Budapest, made by
witness Avraham Gordon (Vol. III, p. 979)

T/1154  Authentication by Dr. Paul Ronau of the photocopy of
the minute of a meeting held in Budapest on 20 March 1944
(see T/37(241); Budapest 17.12.60 (Vol. III, p. 987)

T/1155  See T/37(241)

T/1156  See T/37(242)

T/1157  Statement made by Ernoe Petoe (a senior official of
the Budapest Jewish Community in the War years) on the
situation of the Jews in Hungary following the German
occupation, 19 March 1944; Statement made in Sao Paulo,
Brazil, 9.12.60 (BO6-1300, Vol. III, p. 991)

T/1158  Report by the mayor of Nagybanya (Baia Mare) on a
meeting held in Szatmar-Nemety (Satu Mare) on 26 April 1944,
at which State Secretary Laszlo Endre issued instructions on
forcing the Jews into concentration camps, after first
confiscating their property and valuables; 26.4.44 (HN II-2,
BO6-1314, Vol. III, p. 992)

T/1159  Report by Ferenczy, Hungarian gendarmerie liaison
officer with the German Security Police, to the Ministry of
the Interior, on day one of "Operation Jews," in which
Hungarian authorities co-operating with German "advisory
bodies" rounded up Jews and herded them into camps and
ghettos; Kolozsvar (Cluj), 3.5.44 (HN I-2, BO6-1315, Vol.
III, p. 992)

T/1160  Report by Ferenczy to Ministry of the Interior on
days five and six of "Operation Jews," by which time 94,800
Jews had been imprisoned in camps; Kolozsvar, 9.5.44 (HN I-
2, BO6-1316, Vol. III, p. 992)

T/1161  Report by Ferenczy on day seven of "Operation Jews,"
concerning the number of Jews in the camps and the call-up
notices to labour battalions that the Hungarian military
were issuing to Jews in the camps; Kolozsvar, 10.5.44 (HN I-
2, BO6-1317, Vol. III, p. 992)

T/1162  Report by the mayor of Nagybany on a meeting in
Munkacs (no date given), at which local government officials
were given details of the impending deportation of Jews;
30.5.44 (HN I-2, BO6-1318, Vol. III, pp. 992-993)

T/1163  Report by Ferenczy on the deportation of the Jews of
Hungary; Munkacs, 29.5.44 (HN I-2, BO6-1319, Vol. III, pp.
993-994)

T/1164  Report by Ferenczy on the round up of Jews and their
internment in yet another area (area III), which commenced
on 5 June; Hatvan, 7.6.44 (HN I-2, BO6-1320, Vol. III, p.
994)

T/1165  Report by Ferenczy on the deportation of 275,415
Jews from gendarmerie areas VIII, IX and X; Hatvan, 8.6.44
(HN I-2, BO6-1321, Vol. III, p. 994)

T/1166  Report by Ferenczy to the Ministry of the Interior
on the deportation of all the Jews of Hungary except for
those in  Budapest; Budapest, 9.7.44 (HN I-2, BO6-1322, Vol.
III, p. 994)

T/1167  Letters of appointment of Tibor Ferencz as
prosecutor in post-war trials held in Budapest of Nazis and
their collaborators; Budapest, 11.8.60 (B06-671, Vol. III,
p. 995)

T/1168  Nuremberg Diary by Gustave M. Gilbert; (Vol. III, p.
1001)

T/1169  Autobiographical statement written by Rudolf Hoess;
Nuremberg, 10-12.4.46 (Vol. III, p. 1004)

T/1170  Statement by Rudolf Hoess on the extermination
procedure at Auschwitz; Nuremberg, 24.4.46 (Vol. III, p.
1007)

T/1171  Vol. I of Professor Gilbert's dairy kept during the
course of the Nuremberg Trials (Vol. III, p. 1013)

T/1172  Vol. II of Professor Gilbert's dairy kept during the
course of the Nuremberg Trials (Vol. III, p. 1013)

T/1173  Autobiographical statement written by Oswald Pohl;
Nuremberg, 23.7.46 (Vol. III, p. 1015)

T/1174a  Identity card of Joel Brand, part I (Vol. III, p.
1019)

T/1174b  Identity card of Joel Brand, part II (Vol. III, p.
1019)

T/1175  Letter of accreditation for Joel Brand issued by the
Budapest Jewish Council (Vol. III, p. 1024)

T/1176  Report by Moshe Shertok and Joel Brand on their
meeting in Aleppo (Vol. III, p. 1030)

T/1177  Documents from the Weizmann Archives on the Brand
mission (Vol. III, p. 1030)

T/1178  Telegram from Veesenmayer to Ribbentrop, reporting
on growing anti-Jewish sentiment among the Hungarian
population, as a reaction to the air raids on the city;
Budapest, 3.4.44 (NG-2234, BO6-380, Vol. III, p. 1043)

T/1179  Memorandum from the Foreign Ministry, summing up
reports from the German legations in Bratislava and
Bucharest on the attitude of the respective governments to
Jews fleeing from Hungary and seeking refuge; "Feldquartier"
(field office), 12.4.44 (NG-5630, BO6-527, Vol. III, p.
1043)

T/1180  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden, regarding
Kamilla Magyar, a stateless Jewish woman, had been deported
to the East; Berlin, 13.4.44 (K-350187, TK-529, BO6-361,
Vol. III, p. 1044)

T/1181  See T/37(89)

T/1182  Telex from von Thadden to Ribbentrop's field office,
advising that the proposal for the deportation of 50,000
Jews from Hungary (see T/1181) is being handled by the Head
Office for Reich Security, and Eichmann, currently in
Budapest, will receive the necessary instructions from them;
Berlin, 22.4.44 (K-348847-8, TK-528, BO6-366, Vol. III, p.
1044)

T/1183  Two telegrams from Veesenmayer reporting to the
Foreign Ministry on various measures against the Jews of
Hungary;  Budapest, 19.4.44, 21.4.44 (NG-2060M 110204
Ser:99/2, BO6-381, Vol. III, p. 1044)

T/1184  Telegram from Veesenmayer to the Foreign Ministry,
advising it that German control of the implementation of
Hungarian legislation concerning Jews is being guaranteed by
ongoing personal contact of the SD representative with
Laszlo Endre; Budapest, 224.44 (NG-5725, 110234, Ser:99/2,
BO6-771, Vol. III, p. 1044)

T/1185  See T/37(110)

T/1186  See T/37(114)

T/1187  Telegram from Veesenmayer to the Foreign Ministry,
advising that the first transport of Arbeitsjuden (work
Jews) had left Budapest; Budapest, 29.4.44 (110259,
Ser:99/2, BO6-180, Vol. III, p. 1045)

T/1188  See T/37(116)

T/1189  Teleprint message from Veesenmayer to the Foreign
Ministry, reporting on plans for the deportation of 325,000
Jews from the Carpathian; Budapest, 11.5.44 (K-213782, TK-
328, BO6-158, Vol. III, p. 1045)

T/1190  Telegram from Altenburg (Foreign Ministry official)
to the German Legation in Budapest, quoting a BBC broadcast
on the deal under which Hungarian Jews would be exchanged
for trucks and medical supplies; the legation's comment
thereon is requested; On Ribbentrop's special train, 20.7.44
(NG-2994, K-209218, TK-323, BO6-447, Vol. III, p. 1070)

T/1191  See T/37(151)

T/1192  See T/37(109)

T/1193  See T/37(90)

T/1194  See T/37(175)

T/1195  See T/37(147)

T/1196  Memorandum by Wagner to Ribbentrop's office,
forwarding a shortened (and amended) version of von
Thadden's report on Hungary (T/1195), for the Foreign
Minister's attention, as requested by Weizsaecker; Berlin,
5.6.44 (NG-2190, BO6-1342, Vol. III, p. 1075)

T/1197  Express letter from Eichmann to von Thadden in reply
to an enquiry concerning Edmund Meszaros, a Hungarian Jew
who had been arrested in Berlin; Berlin, 11.2.44 (K-350377-
8, TK-530, BO6-566, Vol. III, p. 1076)

T/1198  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann's office in
Berlin, replying to Eichmann's letter of 11 February
(T/1197); Berlin, 30.5.44 (K-350380, TK-530, BO6-567, Vol.
III, p. 1076)

T/1199  See T/37(174)

T/1200  Telegram from Veesenmayer to the Foreign Ministry,
rejecting the idea of creating provocative incidents in
Budapest (see T/1199); Budapest, 8.6.44 (NG-2260, K-213849,
TK-328, BO6-632, Vol. III, p. 1076)

T/1201  See T/37(215)

T/1202  Minute by Dr. Loewenherz concerning the arrival in
Austria of a transport of Hungarian Jews, of whom 42 had
died en route;  Vienna, 1.6.44 (JL 803-804, BO6-1125, Vol.
III, pp. 1084-1085)

T/1203  See T/37(228)

T/1204  See T/37(222)

T/1205  See T/37(283)

T/1206  See T/37(148)

T/1207  Telegram from Veesenmayer to the Foreign Ministry,
reporting on completion of the deportation of Hungarian Jews
from the Carpathian area and Transylvania; Budapest, 13.6.44
(K-213857, TK-328, BO6-153, Vol. III, p. 1085)

T/1208  See T/37(149)

T/1209  See T/37(113)

T/1210  See T/37(112)

T/1211  Letter from Kaltenbrunner to Blaschke concerning
four transports of Hungarian Jews - a total of 12,000
persons - which had been diverted to Vienna; Berlin, 30.6.44
(PS-3803, BO6-114, Vol. p. 1086)

T/1212  See T/37(223)

T/1213  Telegram from Veesenmayer to the  Foreign Ministry,
reporting that the deportation of Jews from all parts of
Hungary - excluding Budapest - has been completed as
planned; Budapest, 11.7.44 (110700, 218A, BO6-849, Vol. III,
p. 1087)

T/1214  Telegram from Ribbentrop to Veesenmayer, instructing
him to convey to Horthy Hitler's annoyance at the changes in
the situation in Hungary and the immediate steps to be
taken; On the special train, 17.7.44 (NG-5755, BO6-772, Vol.
III, p. 1087)

T/1215  See T/37(92)

T/1216  See T/37(91)

T/1217  See T/37(111)

T/1218  Telegram from the Grell to the Foreign Ministry,
giving details of the impending deportation of the Jews of
Budapest; Budapest, 19.8.44 (K214012, TK-328, BO6-976, Vol.
III, p. 1089)

T/1219  See T/37(93)

T/1220  Telegram from Becher to Himmler, reporting on talks
with the Jewish representatives on conditions for an
exchange of Jews for goods; Budapest, 25.8.44 (Alex.1 32-33,
BO6-1421, Vol. III, pp. 1089-1090)

T/1221  Telex from Himmler to Becher approving continued
negotiations as requested by Becher (see T/1220); 8.8.44
(Alex.1 31, BO6-1422, Vol. III, p. 1090)

T/1222  Telegram from Veesenmayer to Ribbentrop, requesting
confirmation that he had ordered the cessation of
deportations of Hungarian Jews; Budapest, 25.8.44 (K-213964,
TK-328, BO6-1441, Vol. III, p. 1090)

T/1223  Telegram from Veesenmayer to Ribbentrop, reporting
that the new Hungarian cabinet, under Lakatos, had decided
on the immediate round up and evacuation of all Budapest
Jews; Budapest, 30.8.44 (K-213965, TK-328, B06-155, Vol.
III, p. 1091)

T/1224  Certificate attesting to the state of health of Dr.
Imre Reiner (Vol. III, p. 1094)

T/1225  See T/37(152)

T/1226  See T/37(273)

T/1227  Minute by Grell reporting that he had been informed
that a delegation of the Judenrat had approached Col.
Ferenczy and asked him to commence the evacuation of
Budapest Jews to internment camps; 26.9.44 (E-420956-7, 5781-
H, BO6-1183, Vol. III, p. 1095)

T/1228  Letter from Veesenmayer to the Foreign Ministry
concerning Gracia Kerenyi, daughter of a Christian who is a
prominent scientist. She had been arrested by the Gestapo
for engaging in anti-German propaganda and was erroneously
deported to Auschwitz; Budapest, 9.10.44 (K-350638-9, TK-
530, BO6-559, Vol. III, p. 1095)

T/1229  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden, replying to an
enquiry concerning Gracia Kerenyi (see T/1228); Berlin,
4.11.44 (K-350642, TK-530, BO6-560, Vol. III, p. 1095)

T/1230  See T/37(155)

T/1231  Memorandum by Wagner, for Ribbentrop, forwarding a
note from the Swiss Minister in Berlin, requesting
information on  a group of 318 Jews which had arrived in
Basel with transit visas only; Berlin, 16.9.44 (NG-2994, K-
209226-7, TK-323, BO6-449, Vol. III, p. 1095)

T/1232  See T/37(154)

T/1233  Telegram from Veesenmayer to the Foreign Ministry
giving statistical information on the Jews of Hungary;
Budapest, 28.10.44 (K-213446, TK-328, BO6-975, Vol. III, p.
1096)

T/1234  See T/37(153)

T/1235  See T/37(108)

T/1236  See T/37(216)

T/1237  Report by witness Arye Breszlauer describing the
foot march from Budapest to Vienna; 22-27.11.44 (B06-853,
Vol. III, p. 1102)

T/1238  See T/37(284)

T/1239  See T/37(115)

T/1240  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann or his deputy,
forwarding a request submitted by the Hungarian Legation in
Berlin for the immediate repatriation to Hungary from
"Waldsee" (see T/1151) of Stefan Kemeny, an engineer whose
presence in Budapest was essential for the continued
manufacture of communications equipment for Hungary's air
defence; Berlin, 25.10.44 (K-350710, TK-350, BO6-1018, Vol.
III, p. 1113)

T/1241  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden concerning
stating that the whereabouts of Stefan Kemeny (see T/124O)
are not known, and even if they were, his repatriation was
out of the question; Berlin, 3.11.44 (K-350712, TK-530, BO6-
1019, Vol. III, p. 1113)

T/1242  See T/37(156)

T/1243  Telegram from the Foreign Ministry to Veesenmayer
conveying an official complaint by the Swedish Minister in
Berlin about a threat made by Eichmann against Wallenberg,
and about the murder of a Jewish employee of the Swedish
legation in Budapest;  Berlin, 17.12.44 (K-343779, TK-523,
BO6-1121, Vol. III, pp. 1113-1114)

T/1244  Telegram from Veesenmayer to the Foreign Ministry
concerning the Swedish complaint (see T/1243) confirming
that Eichmann has recently had ample reason for finding
fault with the staff of the "Jewish Office" (Judenbuero) of
the Swedish Legation, especially Legation Secretary
Wallenberg, who has been helping Jews in a totally
unprecedented manner; Budapest, 20.12.44 (K-343781, TK-523,
BO6-1122, Vol. III, 1114)

T/1245  See T/37(158)

T/1246  See T/37(254)

T/1247  Telegram from Veesenmayer to the Foreign Ministry,
advising that despite technical problems the "evacuation" of
Budapest Jews was proceeding as planned; Budapest, 13.11.44
(K-213444, TK-328, BO6-973, Vol. III, 1116)

T/1248  Testimony of Kaltenbrunner concerning Himmler's and
Becher's dealings for the release of Jews for money and had
complained to Hitler about this; Nuremberg, 14.4.46 (P-IV-
91, B06-1463, Vol. III, pp. 1119-1120)

T/1249  Statement of Walter Schellenberg testifying on the
extent of Kaltenbrunner's power and influence; Nuremberg,
19.11.45 (PS-2990, B06-1470, Vol. III, p. 1120)

T/1250  Express letter from von Thadden to Eichmann
proposing that the scheduled conference of Specialists on
Jewish Affairs serving with German missions abroad take
place on 3 and 4 April 1944 at Krummhuebel rather than
Berlin; Berlin, 10.3.44 Also typewritten comment by von
Thadden that the Aryanization specialists will be unable to
attend, because they are occupied with the "special events"
in South-East Europe; Berlin, 21.3.44 (K-337171-2, TK-514,
B06-1186, Vol. III, p. 1132)

T/1251  Proceedings of the Krummhuebel conference (see
T/1250). A covering letter forwarding proceedings to German
missions abroad adds that statements made by von Thadden and
Ballensiefen were not included in the proceedings, because
their contents were secret; Berlin, 20.4.44 (PS-3319, BO6-
506, Vol. III, pp. 1132-1134)

T/1252  Article by Goebbels, "The German Reply to Terror
from the Air" published in the Voelkischer Beobacher on the
Allied air attacks on the civilian population; 27.5.44 (Vol.
III, pp. 1135-1136)

T/1253  Letter from Himmler to Kaltenbrunner, instructing
him to prepare a propaganda campaign that would exploit the
theme of the book "Jewish Ritual Murders," to facilitate the
removal (Herausnahme) of the Jews in Romania, Hungary and
Bulgaria, and generally to stir up anti-Semitism in England,
America, and even Russia; Field Command Post, 19.5.43 (NG-
2527, BO6-1367, Vol. III, p. 1136)

T/1254  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann, forwarding copy
of a report by the German Embassy in Madrid on the departure
for Palestine of hundreds of Jewish refugees from European
countries, under arrangements made by the U.S. Embassy in
Madrid and representatives of American Jewish organizations,
with the co-operation of the Spanish authorities; Berlin,
8.2.44 (K-213143, TK-327, BO6-884, Vol. III, pp. 1136-1137)

T/1255  See T/37(50)

T/1256  Memorandum from Wagner to Ribbentrop's bureau,
submitting a draft reply to proposals made by Britain, via
Switzerland, for 5,000 Jews - mainly children - to be
permitted to leave for Palestine, and similar enquiries made
by neutral countries and the IRC;  Berlin, 28.10.43
(K-207700-2/738-39/724-7/840, TK-322, BO6-1387, Vol. III,
1137-1138)

T/1257  See T/37(49)

T/1258  Memorandum by von Thadden to Ribbentrop advising
that the Swiss Minister in Berlin had informed the Foreign
Ministry of Britain's readiness to undertake that the 5,000
Jewish children would not be taken to Palestine or elsewhere
in the Middle East, but to some other place in the British
Empire. Berlin, 5.5.44 K-207841-2, TK-322, BO6-1389, Vol.
III, p. 1138)

T/1259  Memorandum from Wagner to von Thadden informing him,
on Ribbentrop's orders, that no action will be taken on the
proposal for emigration of 5,000 Jewish children, until
further notice; Salzburg, 27.5.44 (K-207839, TK-322, BO6-
1390, Vol. III, p. 1138)

T/1260  Letter from Hajj Amin al-Husseini to Ribbentrop
concerning efforts being made by the British and American
Governments to persuade Balkan countries to permit Jewish
children to leave for Palestine;  Berlin, 13.5.43 (43689-10,
Ser:1952, BO6-1310, Vol. III, p. 1138)

T/1261  Letter from Hajj Amin al-Husseini to Ribbentrop,
complaining that thousands of Jews from Bulgaria, Romania
and Hungary are on their way to Palestine or have already
arrived there - which would not have been possible without
Axis co-operation; Rome, 10.6.43 (436819-21, Ser:1952, BO6-
1311, Vol. III, p. 1139)

T/1262  Affidavit by Tuvia Arazi authenticating documents
found in the Mufti's archives (Vol. III, pp. 1139-1140)

T/1263  Letter from Hajj Amin al-Husseini to the Bulgarian
Foreign Minister asking him to ensure that Jews will not be
permitted to emigrate from Bulgaria to Palestine; Berlin,
6.5.43 (BO6-1309, Vol. III, pp. 1140-1141)

T/1264  Letter from Hajj Amin al-Husseini to the Romanian
Foreign Minister, warning him that permitting its Jews to go
to Palestine would endanger Romania's security and
suggesting that it would be better to send the Jews to
Poland; Rome, 28.6.43 BO6-1312, Vol. III, p. 1141)

T/1265  Memorandum by Hencke, the Foreign Ministry, to State
Secretary Pruefer, reporting that the Italian Embassy had
received a letter from the Mufti concerning an alleged
Bulgarian agreement to permit the IRC to arrange for the
emigration of 4,500 Jews to Palestine, and asking for German
comment on the matter; Berlin, 12.5.43 (BO6-1308, Vol. III,
p. 1141)

T/1266  Letter from Hajj Amin al-Husseini and Raschid `Ali
el-Gilani to Ribbentrop, referring to talks with the Reich
Foreign Minister, in which they had declared the Arab's
willingness to participate in the struggle against the
common enemy.  They ask that the German Government commit
itself to support of the Arabs' struggle for their
liberation from the British and to the elimination of the
"Jewish National Home" in Palestine; Rome, 28.4.42 (E-
260993, Ser:4729 pt.1, BO6-1302, Vol. III, p. 1141)

T/1267  Page from the diary of Hajj Amin al-Husseini,
containing a six-word entry in Arabic, of which three had
been deciphered and translated as "the Arabs' best friend";
and a one-word entry "Eichmann," in Latin characters;
9.11.44 (BO6-1306, Vol. III, pp. 1141-1142)

T/1268  Page from Hajj Amin al-Husseini's diary containing
two entries in Arabic, of which one has been translated as
meaning that al-Husseini wants to meet the "expert on Jewish
affairs" and the other as referring to the bombing Tel Aviv,
the Dead Sea and Haifa; 25.3.44 (BO6-1305, Vol. III, p.
1142)

T/1269  Page from Hajj Amin al-Husseini's diary containing
an entry stating "Subject: The Jews of Italy, France and
Hungary, and who is the expert dealing with the affairs of
the Jews?" 29.9.43, (B06-1304, Vol. III, p. 1142)

T/1270  Photograph of Himmler given to Hajj Amin al-Husseini
as a souvenir (Vol. III, p. 1142)

T/1271  Photograph of Himmler with Hajj Amin al-Husseini
(Vol. III, p. 1143)

T/1272  Telegram from Himmler to Hajj Amin al-Husseini on
the occasion of the anniversary of the Balfour Declaration;
Berlin, 2.11.43 (B06-1313, Vol. III, p. Vol. III, p. 1143)

T/1273  Notebook of the Mufti with a comment on his meeting
with Pruefer (B06-1307, Vol. III, p. 1143)

T/1274  Draft of a German-Italian declaration prepared by
Hajj Amin al-Husseini on their Middle East policy; no place
or date (B06-1429, Vol. III, p. 1114)

T/1275  Permit for Avraham Levinson to work in Lublin (Vol.
III. p. 1144)

T/1276  Judenkarte issued to Avraham Levinson; Lublin (Vol.
III, p. 1144)

T/1277  Letter from Himmler to Dr. Kersten concerning the
sending of trains from Bergen-Belsen to Switzerland; 21.3.45
(Vol. III, p. 1148)

T/1278  See T/37(167)

T/1279  See T/37(169)

T/1280  See T/37(281)

T/1281  Letter from Pohl to Himmler enclosing a map of
German-occupied Europe which gives the location of all
concentration and labour camps (20 and 165, respectively)
that existed at the time; Berlin, 5.4.44 (NO-020, JM-02081,
BO6-558, Vol. III, p. 1150)

T/1282  Letter from Himmler's office to Pohl thanking him
for the map of concentration and labour camps (T/1281);
Field Command Post, 22.4.44 (Vol. III, p. 1150)

T/1283  Statement by Drosihn, an expert witness, on the
"exceedingly poisonous" materials (such as "Zyklon" gas)
manufactured by a Hamburg firm and supplied by it to
"authorized buyers"; Hamburg, 28.9.45 (NI-11391, BO6-1252,
Vol. III, p. 1150)

T/1284  See T/37(313)

T/1285  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann, forwarding a
copy of a letter from the German Embassy in Istanbul, dated
13 April 1944, reporting on items published in the Palestine
Post and Egyptian Gazette in March 1944, about the
atrocities in Poland; Berlin, 2.5.44 (K-347620, TK-527, BO6-
1540, Vol. III, p. 1152)

T/1286  Palestine Post; 13.3.44 (Vol. III, p. 1152)

T/1287  Palestine Post; 15.3.44 (Vol. III, p. 1152)

T/1288  Excerpts from an address by Himmler to a conference
of senior SS officers; Posen, 4.10.43 (PS-1919, BO6-1502,
Vol. III, pp. 1152-1153)

T/1289  Report of the Polish War Crimes Commission on the
Majdanek concentration and death camp; (Pol. W. Cr. Comm.
Bul. IV, BO6-1427, Vol. III, p. 1166)

T/1290  Book of diagrams and photographs from the Majdanek
concentration and death camp; (Pol. W. Cr. Comm. Bul. IV,
Vol. III, p. 1166)

T/1291  Photograph of Christian Wirth, Commandant of Sobibor
camp; submitted by witness Dov Freiberg (Vol. III, p. 1177)

T/1292  Sketch of Sobibor camp; submitted by witness Ya'akov
Biskowitz (Vol. III, p. 1184)

T/1293  Polish War Crimes Commission Report on Sobibor death
camp; (Pol. War. Cr. Comm. Bull. III, BO6-1379, Vol. III, p.
1188)

T/1294  Letter referring to the promotion in rank of
Christian Wirth; 19.4.43 (Vol. III, p. 1189)

T/1295  Letter from the Head Office for Reich Security,
recommending the promotion of SS Obersturmfuehrer  Christian
Wirth to Sturmbannfuehrer, in recognition of his services,
especially in his present post (Commandant of Sobibor camp);
Berlin, 19.5.43 (Vol. III, p. 1189)

T/1296  Letter from Field Command Post confirming the
promotions of eight SS officers; heading the list is
Christian Wirth, who is promoted to Sturmbannfuehrer;
19.8.43 (Vol. III, p. 1189)

T/1297  Polish War Crimes Commission's report on the Chelmno
extermination camp; (Pol. War. Cr. Comm. Bull. I, BO6-1377,
Vol. III, p. 1202)

T/1298  Letter to Gestapo Lodz, ordering various items of
equipment for Sonderkommando K, including "one disinfection
oven, complete with chimney" weighing 2050 kg.; 11.5.43
(Vol. III, p. 1202)

T/1299  Letter from Himmler to Kaltenbrunner concerning a
group of 85 men who had previously served in the "Bothmann"
Sonderkommando and are being posted to the SS "Prinz Eugen"
Division; Field Headquarters, 29.3.43 (BO6-1550, Vol. III,
p. 1202)

T/1300  Sketch of Treblinka drawn by witness Ya'akov Wiernik
(Vol. III, p. 1203)

T/1301  Photograph of the model of Treblinka in Kibbutz
Lohamei Ha-Getta'ot (Vol. III, p. 1204)

T/1302  Photograph of the model of Treblinka in Kibbutz
Lohamei Ha-Getta'ot (Vol. III, p. 1204)

T/1303  Photograph of Kurt Franz, SS man in Treblinka,
identified by witness Kalman Teigman (Vol. III, p. 1209)

T/1304  Polish War Crimes Commission Report on Treblinka
(Bul. I, BO6-1378, Vol. III, p. 1221)

T/1305  Statement made by Franciszek Zabecki, Controller of
Traffic at the Treblinka railway station, before a Polish
district court judge concerning Jewish transports arriving
at Treblinka;  Treblinka, 2112.12.45 (BO6-1296, Vol. III, p.
1221)

T/1306  Letter from Central Archives, Military Justice
Branch of the French Armed Forces, to the Minister of the
Army, certifying that Kurt Gerstein, a former SS officer who
had been held at the military prison of Cherche-Midi pending
his trial on murder and other charges, had been found hanged
in his cell on 25 July 1945; Meaux, 26.10.60 (BO6-183, Vol.
III, pp. 1221-1222)

T/1307  Statement by John W. Haught on the meeting (together
with Derek Curtis Evans) with Kurt Gerstein in Rottweil,
Germany, on 5 May 1945, when he was serving with the
Consolidated Advance Field Team (CAFT) of the Combined
Intelligence Objectives Subcommittee (CIOS) of the 6th Army
Group; Wilmington, Deleware, 30.1.61 (U-IX, B06-1442, Vol.
III, p. 1222)

T/1308  Statement by Derek Curtis Evans on meeting with Kurt
Gerstein (see T/1307); British Embassy, Paris, 6.1.61 (U-IX,
BO6-1442, Vol. III, p. 1222)

T/1309  See T/37(184)

T/1310  Statement, in German, Gerstein left in his home in
Tuebingen, for his wife; the text is largely identical with
the French version Gerstein submitted to Allied intelligence
officers (see T/1309), but contains some additions;
Tuebingen, 4.5.45 (BO6-1565, Vol. III, pp. 1222-1226)

T/1311  Statement made by Anna Elfriede Gerstein, the widow
of Kurt Gerstein, before the Tuebingen district court (see
T/1309 and T/1310); Tuebingen, 16.2.61 (BO6-1564, Vol. III,
pp. 1222-1226)

T/1312  Letter from the Swedish Foreign Ministry, to M.L.
Poliakoff, Centre de Documentation Juive Contemporaine,
Paris, confirming the report made by Kurt Gerstein;
Stockholm, 10.11.49 (C-III, BO6-1391, Vol. III, pp. 1222-
1226)

T/1313a  Another version of Gerstein's statement (see T/1309
and T/1310); Tuebingen, 6.5.45 (WC-23, PS-1553, BO6-1628,
Vol. III, p. 1227)

T/1313b  Minutes of the interrogation of Kurt Gerstein by a
French military court officer, on Gerstein's wartime
activities and experiences and on his personal acquaintance
with Nazi war criminals; Paris, 26.6.45 (WC-90, PS-1553, BO6-
1629, Vol. III, p. 1227)

T/1313  Minute of a further interrogation of Gerstein by an
officer of a French military court.  Gerstein makes
additions and corrections to his earlier statements (T/1313-
b); Paris, 10.7.45 (NC-90, PS-1553, BO6-1630, Vol. III, p.
1227)

T/1314  See T/37(184)

T/1315  Statement by the Pastor of Rottweil, confirming that
in May 1945 Gerstein used his typewriter in typing up his
report on his activities as a spy (Spitzel) in the ranks of
the SS and his contacts with foreign representatives;
Rottweil, 15.2.61 (PS-1553, BO6-185, Vol. III, p. 1231)

T/1316  Report of Polish War Crimes Commission on Belzec
(Bull. III, BO6-1380, Vol. III, p. 1231)

T/1317  Photograph of Mrs. Jacob Edelstein and her son Arye,
submitted by witness Yehuda Bakon (Vol. III, p. 1246)

T/1318  Photograph of a sketch by Yehuda Bakon depicting
Auschwitz crematorium No. 2 (Vol. III, p. 1250)

T/1319  Photograph of a sketch by Yehuda Bakon depicting a
cubicle for undressing in Auschwitz (Vol. III, p. 1250)

T/1320  Photograph of a sketch by Yehuda Bakon depicting gas
chambers in Auschwitz (Vol. III, p. 1251)

T/1321  Photograph of a sketch by Yehuda Bakon depicting
crematoria Nos. 3 and 4 in Auschwitz (Vol. III, p. 1251)

T/1322  Photograph of a sketch by Yehuda Bakon depicting
"Muselmaenner" in Auschwitz (Vol. III, p. 1251)

T/1323  Photograph of a sketch by Yehuda Bakon depicting
"Muselmaenner" in Auschwitz (Vol. III, p. 1251)

T/1324  Photograph of a sketch by Yehuda Bakon depicting a
scene in Auschwitz (Vol. III, p. 1252)

T/1325  Photograph of a sketch by Yehuda Bakon depicting the
dispatch to crematoria in Auschwitz (Vol. III. 1252)

T/1326  Picture of Yehuda Bakon and classmates in his
hometown Moravska Ostrova (Vol. III, p. 1252)

T/1327  Testimony of Yehuda Bakon at Yad Vashem (Vol. III,
p. 1253)

T/1328  Clothing worn by prisoners in Auschwitz, confirmed
by Witness Oppenheimer in Session 68 (Vol. V, Appendix 1)

T/1329  German translation of Polish Report on Auschwitz
showing a container of Zyklon gas (Vol. III, p. 1263)

T/1330  Statement by Yehuda Bakon of 15 June 1960 (Vol. III,
p. 1267)

T/1331  See T/37(306)

T/1332  Three forms used in Auschwitz to report disciplinary
offences committed by prisoners; September 1943, May and
July 1944  (Vol. III, p. 1271)

T/1333  Photograph of Esther Goldstein in Auschwitz from the
album of witness Bedrich Steiner (T/1118) (Vol. III, p.
1281)

T/1334  Photograph of the family of Esther Goldstein and
others (Vol. III, p. 1281)

T/1335  Photograph of a neighbour of Esther Goldstein (Vol.
III, p. 1281)

T/1336  Photograph of the pharmacist in prisoner's garb
(Vol. III, p. 1281)

T/1337  Photograph of friends of Esther Goldstein (Vol. III,
p. 1281)

T/1338  Photograph of twins recognized by Esther Goldstein
(Vol. III, p. 1281)

T/1339  Photograph of a women's roll-call in a camp (Vol.
III, p. 1282)

T/1340  Photograph of women in Auschwitz going out to work
(Vol. III, p. 1282)

T/1341  Photograph of a selection at the railway siding in
Auschwitz (Vol. III, p. 1282)

T/1342  Photograph of prisoners after the arrival at the
railway siding in Auschwitz (Vol. III, p. 1282)

T/1343  Photograph of prisoners before the selection, near
the railway siding in Auschwitz (Vol. III, p. 1282)

T/1344  Photograph of an electric fence in Auschwitz (Vol.
III, p. 1282)

T/1345  Photograph of a woman from the hospital in the
Kosice Ghetto, identified by Esther Goldstein (Vol. III, p.
1282)

T/1346  Collection of pictures drawn by Sophia Rosenstock,
concentration camp prisoner identified by witness Vera
Alexander (Vol. III, pp. 1289-1291)

T/1347  Photograph of a heap of unburied bodies at Bergen-
Belsen; B.B.C. photographer after the liberation of Bergen-
Belsen (Vol. III, p. 1304)

T/1348  Photograph of a collection of bodies inside a large
pit at Bergen-Belsen (Vol. III, p. 1304)

T/1349  Photograph of a collection of bodies inside a large
pit in Bergen-Belsen (Vol. III, p. 1304)

T/1350  Photograph of people milling around aimlessly in
front of huts and tents in Bergen-Belsen (Vol. III, p. 1305)

T/1351  Photograph of a pile of bodies in Bergen-Belsen
(Vol. III, p. 1305)

T/1352  Photograph of a pile of bodies in Bergen-Belsen
(Vol. III, p. 1305)

T/1353  Photograph of a pile of unburied bodies showing
extraordinary emaciation caused by malnutrition in Bergen-
Belsen (Vol. III, p. 1305)

T/1354  Photograph showing how bodies were gathered in
Bergen-Belsen (Vol. III, p. 1305)

T/1355  Photograph of bodies among the trees in Bergen-
Belsen (Vol. III, p. 1305)

T/1356  Excerpts from the trial proceedings of Rudolf Hoess
by the Polish National Supreme Court, containing statements
made by the defendant in reply to questions, and by
witnesses for the prosecution in connection with the
situation in Auschwitz while he was Commandant there;
Warsaw, 11.3. 1947 (P-III, BO6-1273, Vol. III, p. 1307)

T/1357  Further evidence given by Rudolf Hoess, Commandant
of Auschwitz from May 1940 to December 1943, to the
International Military Tribunal; Nuremberg, 15.4.46 (I.M.G.
XI, 438, BO6-31, Vol. III, p. 1312)

T/1358  Polish Government Main Commission's report on
Auschwitz (in Polish) (Vol. III, p. 1312)

T/1359  Circular letter from the Head Office for Reich
Security to all Gestapo offices (copy to concentration camp
"inspectors"), informing them that a special section for
female prisoners had been established in Auschwitz, and al
correspondence concerning such prisoners should be addressed
to the Auschwitz camp commandant directly, rather than to
the camp commandant of Ravensbruck; Berlin, 10.7.42 (PS-
1063, BO6-731, Vol. III, pp. 1315-1316)

T/1360  Letter from Guenther to von Thadden concerning
Cordelia Maria Hoffmann-Garcia, a Jewess regarding whose
present whereabouts the Spanish consulate in Berlin had
written to the Foreign; Berlin, 19.6.44 (K-337131-2, TK-514,
BO6-1591, Vol. III, p. 1316)

T/1361  Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann, forwarding text
of a communique issued by the Czechoslovak Government in
exile in London on 17 June 1944, warning German officials
against carrying out the planned murder of 3,000
Czechoslovak Jews in the Birkenau concentration camp;
Berlin, 27.6.44 (K-348409-10, TK-528, BO6-1063, Vol. III, p.
1316)

T/1362  Statement on the establishment (by the SS) of
"Ahnenerbe";  No date (N0-422, BO6-791, Vol. III, p. 1317)

T/1363  See T/37(95)

T/1364  See T/37(95)

T/1365  See T/37(95)

T/1366  See T/37(95)

T/1367  Excerpts from Sievers' diary containing entries made
between 12 January and 26 June 1943, some of which refer to
medical and anthropological experiments carried out on
prisoners in Auschwitz, Dachau and Natzweiler concentration
camps;  28.4.43 (NO-538, BO6-913, Vol. III, p. 1318)

T/1368  Telex from Sievers to Brandt, asking for
instructions regarding Hirt's collection of human skeletons,
consisting of 80 "Stueck" (pieces), in view of the threat to
Strasbourg (from the Allied advance); Waischenfeld/Ofr.,
5.9.44 (BO6-914, Vol. III, p. 1319)

T/1369  Evidence given at the Nuremberg Military Tribunal
by Henri Henrypierre, a French civilian employed in Dr.
Hirt's laboratory at "Ahnenerbe"; Nuremberg, 18.12.46 (Case
I Proc. 752-765, BO6-1050, Vol. III, 1319)

T/1370  Cross-examination of Sievers (see T/1362), at the
Nuremberg Military Tribunal. Sievers describes his private
meeting with Himmler, Easter 1942, when he raised objections
to Ahnenerbe's connection with Hirt's "experiments," and
Himmler's reply dismissing them; Nuremberg, 10.4.47 (Case I
Proc., pp. 5764, 5771-5879, BO6-912, Vol. III, pp. 1319-
1320)

T/1371  Statement of Josef Kramer, commandant of Natzweiler
camp, that in August 1943 he killed 86 people he had
received from Auschwitz and sent them to Hirt's institute in
Strasbourg; 26.7.45 (NO-807, B06-790, Vol. III, p. 1320)

T/1372  Tewnty-one photographs of the skeleton collection in
Strasbourg (Vol. III, p. 1321)

T/1373  Express letter from Suhr to Rademacher asking for
the Foreign Ministry's position on the issue of
sterilization of children of mixed marriages, discussed at a
meeting held on 6 March 1942, the minutes of which he
attaches to his letter (see T/180); Berlin, 3.7.42 (371960
Ser:1512, BO6-877, Vol. III, pp. 1321-1322)

T/1374  Letter from Viktor Brack to Himmler, forwarding
report on experiments made to determine the feasibility of
sterilization by X-ray; Berlin, 28.3.41 (NO-203 JM-02081,
BO6-556, Vol. III, p. 1322

T/1375  Letter from Brack to Himmler proposing the use of
sterilization to carry out the Judenaktion; Berlin, 28.6.42
(NO-205, JM-02081, BO6-11, vol. III, p. 1322)

T/1376  Report by Brandt on a meeting of Himmler with
Gluecks and Professors Gebhardt and Klauberg on
sterilization experiments on women in Auschwitz; Fuehrer's
Headquarters, 7.7.42 (NO-216, BO6-405, Vol. III, p. 1322)

T/1377  See T/37(178)

T/1378  See T/37(180)

T/1379  See T/37(181)

T/1380  Letter from Fischer to Brandt, forwarding copy of
his letter to Guenther (T/1379); Berlin, 4.7.42 (NO-051, JM-
02081, BO6-555, Vol. III, p. 1322)

T/1381  Draft report prepared by Rademacher for submission
to Weizsaecker on discussions and instructions concerning
the dealing with offspring of mixed marriages;
Berlin,20.1.42-11.6.42 (NG-2586 372009-20 Ser:1512, BO6-597,
Vol. III, p. 1322)

T/1382  Film of extermination camp shown in Session 70 (see
Vol. III, pp. 1283-1285) (Vol. III, p. 1330)

T/1383  Film of extermination camp shown in Session 70 (see
Vol. III, pp. 1283-1285) (Vol. III, p. 1330)

T/1384  Affidavit of Oswald Pohl at the Nuremberg Military
Tribunal on the disposal of the property and belongings of
the Jews murdered in "Operation Reinhard"; Nuremberg, 2.4.47
(NO-2714, BO6-1106, Vol. III, pp. 1341-1342)

T/1385  Letter from A. Frank of the SS Economic-
Administrative Head Office to SS chief administrative
officers in Lublin and Auschwitz, containing detailed
instructions on the disposal of the property of "resettled"
Jews; Berlin, 26.9.42 (NO-724, BO6-187, Vol. III, p. 1342)

T/1386  Report by Pohl on the distribution of personal
effects accumulated at Lublin and Auschwitz camps and
delivered by them to various consignees; 6.2.43 (BO6-1532,
Vol. III, p. 1342)

T/1387  Report by Globocnik to Himmler on the quantities of
the various categories of possessions confiscated from
murdered Jews; 13.5.43 (BO6-1533, Vol. III, pp. 1342-1343)

T/1388  Excerpts from a report by Globocnik to Himmler on
Operation Reinhard, estimating the "nominal value" of the
possessions taken from the victims of that operation;
27.2.43 (PS-4024, BO6-117, Vol. III, p. 1343)

T/1389  Report by Globocnik to Himmler on the
"achievements," in material terms, of the Reinhard
Operation,  dated 10 January 1944; also letter from
Globocnik to Himmler, advising him of the completion of the
Reinhard Operation and the close down of the camps involved
in it (Treblinka, Belzec, Sobibor), and reminding him of his
promise to make a number of "Iron Cross" awards for
outstanding service in the operation; Trieste, 4.11.43 (NO-
056/057/062, BO6-1250, Vol. III, p. 1343)

T/1390  Memorandum from the transport section of the
Security Police to Rauff, chief of Group IID of the Head
Office for Reich Security, proposing technical improvements
on the vans used by the Nazis for gassing; Berlin, 5.6.42
(Alex.1, BO6-1443, Vol. III. p. 1343)

T/1391  Additional medical certificate confirming that the
witness Dr. Imre Reiner was not on a condition to be cross-
examined (see T/1224) (vol. III, pp. 1344-1345)

T/1392  Expert of Superintendent Hagag on the handwriting in
"File 17" of the Sassen Document (Vol. III, p. 1353)

T/1393  "File 17" containing Eichmann's comments in his own
handwriting on the Sassen Document (Vol. III, p. 1353)

T/1394  Enlargement of two pages from the diary of Hajj Amin
al-Husseini (see T/1267) (Vol. III, pp. 1353-1354)

T/1395  Duesseldorf File No. 1 (Vol. III, pp. 1356-1357)

T/1396  Duesseldorf File No. 2 (Vol. III, pp. 1356-1357)

T/1397  Duesseldorf File No. 3 (Vol. III, pp. 1356-1357)

T/1398  Duesseldorf File No. 4 (Vol. III, pp. 1356-1357)

T/1399  Letter from Eichmann to Duesseldorf Gestapo
containing directives for dealing with the deportation of
Jews from the Reich territory to Izbica; 6.6.43 (B06-1663,
Vol. III, p. 1357)

T/1400  Photocopies of documents from the Duesseldorf Files;
21.4.42-30.6.42 (Vol. III, pp. 1357-1358)

T/1401  Draft notice sent to Hertha Sarah Thiel by the
Hamburg Gestapo, ordering her to report for urgent work
outside  Hamburg; Hamburg, 7.2.45 (BO6-1654, Vol. III, p.
1358)

T/1402  Guide issued by the Main Office SS Court setting out
the jurisdiction and regulations regarding that jurisdiction
in force on 1 July 1944 (Vol. III, p. 1358)

T/1402a Photocopies of individual pages of the Guide issued
by the Main Office SS Court (see T/1402) (Vol. III, p. 1358)

T/1403  Excerpt from Nazi Party' platform regarding Jews (PS-
1708, Vol. III, p. 1361)

T/1404  Official announcement of the Swedish Government on
reports received from von Otter in Berlin from Dr. Gerstein;
Stockholm, 8.6.61 (Vol. III, p. 1361)

T/1405  Report by Rapp, commanding officer of a
Sonderkommando on the experience gained and lessons to be
drawn from the "resettlement" operation of Jews and Poles
from the Warthegau to the Generalgouvernement; Poznan,
26.1.40 (P-IV-39, BO6-1461, Vol. III, p. 1368)

T/1406  Memorandum by an official in the deportation office
in Poznan summarizing a telephone call from Eichmann giving
instructions concerning the deportation procedures; 8.3.40
(P-IV-48, B06-1485, Vol. III, p. 1368)

T/1407  Telegram from Eichmann to Rapp in Poznan requesting
a progress report on the settlement of Germans from Volhynia
in the areas from which 120,000 Poles had been evacuated;
30.3.40 (P-IV-50, BO6-1486, Vol. III, p. 1368)

T/1408  Telegram  from Eichmann to officers of the Security
Police and the Security Service in the occupied areas of
Poland and the deportation centre in Vienna, reiterating the
request of the Governor of Poland to give notification in
advance of the deportation timetables; 15.2.41 (P-IV-80, BO6-
1462, Vol. III, p. 1368)

T/1409  Letter from von Thadden to Guenther concerning an
offer to pay $100,000 per capita for moving foreign Jews in
a concentration camp to an internment camp for foreign
nationals; Berlin, 7.7.43 (K-206874, TK-321, BO6-1110, Vol.
III, p. 1368)

T/1410  Letter from von Thadden to German missions abroad
requesting anti-Jewish propaganda for an exhibition at a
conference to be held near Berlin in April 1944; Berlin,
4.3.44 (BO6-168, Vol. III, p. 1368)

T/1411  Report by the Chief of the Security Police and the
SD, in 60 copies (addresses not shown), of operations
carried out to date by Einsatzgruppen in German-occupied
Soviet territory; Berlin, 12.11.41 (NO-2830, JM-02088, BO6-
1612, Vol. III, pp/ 1368-1369)

T/1412  Report of the Kommandostab  of the Head Office for
Reich Security, as a summary of the reports by the
Operations Units in the occupied territories; 4.9.42
(Microfilm Alex. 1, BO69-1615, Vol. III, p. 1369)

T/1413  Minute by Strauch, police commander in Belorussia,
on a confrontation with the Commissioner General for
Belorussia, Gauleiter Kube, over the seizure and execution
by Strauch of 70 Jews working for Kube; Minsk, 20.7.43 (BO6-
1611, Vol. III, p. 1369)

T/1414  Circular letter from the office of Alfred Rosenberg
ordering all staff members of the administration to take no
active part in executions, especially of Jews; Kovno,
11.11.42 (NO-2673, BO6-845, Vol. III, p. 1369)

T/1415   Foreign Ministry minute on arrangement agreed upon
by Weizsaecker and the Chief of the Gestapo, on the use of
the diplomatic pouch for the Gestapo's correspondence with
the police attaches in German embassies; Salzburg, 12.5.44
(NG-4852, BO6-544, Vol. III, pp. 1369-1370)

T/1416  Telex from Himmler to Gluecks instructing him to
make preparations to receive 100,000 male and 50,000 female
Jews who will be deported from the Reich to the
concentration camps; Berlin, 25.1.42 (NO-500, JM-O2082, BO6-
1560, Vol. III, p. 1370)

T/1417  Letter from Pohl to all major SS offices, advising
them of the competent authorities to which Jewish real
estate and movable property should be assigned; the
belongings of "deceased persons," accumulated in
concentration camps should be forwarded to the Head Office
for Reich Security; Berlin, 4.7.44 (NO-3163, JM-02089, BO6-
1175, Vol. III, p. 1370)

T/1418  Letter from the chief of the Security Police and the
SD, Radom District, to the local representative in Tomaszow,
forwarding the text of an order issued by the Security
Police and SD chief of the Generalgouvernement to reduce the
prison population as fast as possible and the methods by
which the order is to be implemented; Radom 21.7.44 (L-53,
BO6-115, Vol. III, p. 1370)

T/1419  Report in the journal of German immigrants Die
Zeitung of the murder of the Jews in Berlin; London,
24.10.41 (Vol. IV, p. 1615)

T/1420  See T/37(29)

T/1421  See T/37(30)

T/1422  Map of the Generalgouvernement (Vol. IV, p. 1636)

T/1423  Book of rules of office procedure applied under the
Weimar Republic dated 2 September 1926 and 1 January 1927;
Official publication of the Federal Republic of Germany,
1958 (Vol. IV, p. 1657)

T/1424  Photograph of Eichmann's office in 116
Kurfuerstenstrasse (Vol. IV, p. 1692)

T/1425  Eichmann's recommendation for the promotion of
Dannecker (Vol. IV, p. 1695)

T/1426  Pubication containing maps showing territorial
changes in Europe as the result of German conquests (Vol.
IV, pp. 1726-1727)

T/1427  Pubication containing maps showing territorial
changes in Europe as the result of German conquests (Vol.
IV, pp. 1726-1727)

T/1428  Copy of Archiv der Gegenwart  reporting the
appointment of Heinrich Himmler as Reich Minister of the
Interior; 25.8.43 (Vol. IV, p. 1739)

T/1429  "Report of Events" from Operations Units sent to
Head Office for Reich Security; 24.6.41 (Vol. IV, pp. 1758-
1759)

T/1430  "Report of Events" from Operations Units sent to
Head Office for Reich Security; 24.7.41 (Vol. IV, pp. 1757-
1758)

T/1431  Letter from Kaltenbrunner's office to the SS
personnel branch supporting Eichmann's recommendation for
the promotion of SS Hauptsturmfuehrer Kraus; Vienna, 24.2.41
(Vol. IV, p. 1790)

T/1432  List of pages of handwritten corrections by Eichmann
on the transcript of the Sassen Document (Vol. IV, p. 1805)

T/1433  Postcard with a photograph of children submitted by
witness Pinhas Freudiger in Session 52 (see Vol. III, p.
945) (Vol. V, p. 1862)

T/1434  The book This is Where Lidice Was submitted by the
Prosecution under Decision No. 99 (Vol. V, pp. 1862-1863)

T/1434a Excerpts from the book This is Where Lidice Was
submitted by the Prosecution under Decision No. 99 (Vol. V,
p. 1863)

N/1  Statement made by witness Avraham Gordon at the Eilat
police station on 15 June 1960 (Vol. III, p. 984)

N/2  Table drawn up by Eichmann showing his assignments and
the posts he held (Vol. IV, p. 1373)

N/3  Diagram drawn up by Eichmann showing the organization
of the Head Office for Reich Security (Vol. IV, p. 1383)

N/4  Photocopy of a page of a book by Dr. John Adler,
Theresienstadt  (see Vol. II, p. 806) (Vol. IV, p. 1384)

N/5  Extract from the statement by Karl Heinz Hoffmann
Police Attache in Denmark describing Eichmann's
responsibility  for the Solution to the Jewish Question;
Nuremberg, 1.8.46 (IMG XX pp. 175ff, B06-40, Vol. IV, p.
1384)

N/6  Telegram from von Killinger to Luther reporting on the
arrival of the Adviser on Jewish Affairs; Pressburg 6.8.40
(NG-4399, B06-495, Vol. IV, p. 1387)

N/7  Minute of a consultation of senior officials in the
Generalgouvernement with the Governor General of Poland
concerning the resettlement of Poles and Jews; Cracow,
8.11.39 (P-IV-28, B06-1458, Vol. IV, p. 1390)

N/8  Decree by Heydrich for the evacuation of Poles and Jews
to the eastern provinces; Berlin, 29.11.39 (P-IV-29, B06-
1459, Vol. IV, p. 1390)

N/9  Regulation issued by Heydrich for deportations from
the Warthegau District; Berlin, 28.11.39 (P-IV-30, B06-1460,
Vol. IV, p. 1391)

N/10  Note by Rademacher reviewing the tasks to be carried
out by Section D3 (of Department Germany III); 3.6.40
(372108 Ser:1514, B06-934, Vol. IV, p. 1396)

N/11  Letter from Abromeit to Hoeppner at the District
Office at Posen concerning the placing of persons to be
resettled; Danzig, 11.11.40 (P-IV-68, B06-1488, Vol. IV, p.
1398)

N/12  See T/37(134)

N/13  Minute from Wetzel about the position of various
departments on the definition of the term "Jew"; 4.6.42
(B06-1613, Vol. IV, pp. 1420-1421)

N/14  Note by Woorman of the Foreign Ministry, for the
attention of Rademacher, concerning the decision not to
deport Jews to Madagascar but to the East; 14.2.42 (NG-3933,
B06-763, Vol. IV, p. 1424)

N/15  Letter from Pokorny to Himmler describing the Madaus
method of sterilization; October 1941 (NO-035, B06-406, Vol.
IV, p. 1426)

N/16  See T/37(179)

N/17  Letter from the Assistant District Leader in
Niederdonau to Himmler concerning the use of the Madaus
method of sterilization; 24.8.42 (NO-039, JM-02081, B06-557,
Vol. IV, p. 1427)
N/18  Letter from Himmler to Sievers informing him of the
establishment of an Institute for Applied Research in
Military Science at the Ancenstral Heritage institute;
7.7.42(NO-422, B06-792, Vol. IV, p. 1429)

N/19  Affidavit by Waldtraut Elise Freiberg concerning the
Lidice children; Bremen, 22.6.61 (Vol. IV, p. 1437)

N/20  Table drawn up by Eichmann depicting the chain of
command in the various offices functioning in the areas of
the Reich (Vol. IV, p. 1439)

N/21 Table drawn up by Eichmann depicting the chain of
command in the offices of the Security Police (Vol. IV, p.
1439)

N/22  Table drawn up by Eichmann depicting the chain of
command in the offices of the Security Police, with
particular emphasis on Hungary (Vol. IV, p. 1440)

N/23  Table drawn up by Eichmann depicting the chain of
command in the offices of the Security Police, with
particular emphasis on the Generalgouvernement, the
Protectorate, Holland, France Belgium and Austria (Vol. IV,
p. 1440)

N/24  Table drawn up by Eichmann depicting the chain of
command of the Security Police and the Foreign Ministry to
the Advisers on Jewish Affairs (Vol. IV, p. 1440)

N/25  Table drawn up by Eichmann showing the Departments
which took part in the Final Solution of the Jewish Question
(Vol. IV, pp. 1440-1441)

N/26  Order from Himmler about carrying out relocation in
the Zamosc area; 12.11.42 (Pol. W. Cr. Com, Bull XIII-4, B06-
1413, Vol. IV, p. 1441)

N/27  Letter from Dr. Ebner to Kaul stating that he has been
in contact with Eichmann regarding the taking possession of
the Nordach Jewish hospital; Munich, 1.10.42 (PDB B-34, B06-
1570, Vol. IV, p. 1442)

N/28  See T/37(77)

N/29  Order issued by the Military Commander in France
dealing with the deportation of Jews; 4.2.42 (RF-1203, NG-
1970, B06-458, Vol. IV, p. 1449)

N/30  Draft of a report by Wagner listing the various
endeavours by foreign authorities to get Jews out of the
territory of the Reich; 21.7.43 (K-207705, TK-322, B06-743,
Vol. IV, p. 1452)

N/31  Collection of communications with regard to the
Turkish Foreign Minister's request for permission to bring
out 1,500 Jews from Romania on the steamer "Tari"; 6.4.44-
14.7.44 (NG-5138, B06-667, Vol. IV, p. 1452)

N/32  Minute of the Foreign Ministry on the Feldscher
Operation; 27.4.44 (K-207843-4, TK-322, B06-1388, Vol. IV,
p. 1453)

N/33  Letter from Ehrlinger concerning the assignment of an
Adviser on Jewish Affairs to the Central Office of Migration
in Vienna; 26.8.38 (Alex. 4-441, B06-1570, Vol. IV, p. 1458)

N/34  See T/37(124)

N/35  Table drawn up by Eichmann depicting the chain of
command for the deportation in France (Vol. IV, p. 1470)

N/36  Letter from Ambassador Abetz to the Chief of the
Military Administration in France concerning proposals
dealing with the Jews of France; 19.8.40 (CJM-533, B06-229,
Vol. IV, p. 1471)

N/37  Telegram form Abetz to the Foreign Ministry proposing
the cancellation of citizenship of German and Austrian Jews
in France; 1.10.40 (RF-1504, JM-02144, B06-309, Vol. IV, p.
1472)

N/38  Telegram from Abetz to the Foreign Ministry referring
to a discussion with the Commissioner fro Jewish Affairs in
the Vichy Government concerning French Jews and recent
arrivals; 3.4.41 (NG-2432, K-401873-5, TK-605, B06-445, Vol.
IV, p. 1472)

N/39  Letter from Schellenberg to State Police Regional
Headquarters in France and Belgium concerning the prevention
of Jews emigrating; 20.5.41 (NG-03104, K-205120-23, TK-319,
B06-441, Vol. IV, p. 1472)

N/40  Letter from Knochen to Mueller about problems raised
by the Italians in the occupied area of France; 13.1.43 (CI-
2, B06-815, Vol. IV, p. 1476)

N/41  Letter from Knochen to Mueller concerning a secret
report of the French police about how the Italians have
taken sides for the Jews; 2.2.43 (CI-2, B06-819, Vol. IV, p.
1476)

N/42  Telegram from Mueller to Knochen about the situation
in Italian-occupied France; 2.4.43 (CI-2, B06-820, Vol. IV,
p. 1477)

N/43  Letter from Senner to Head Office for Reich Security,
Group VIB, dealing with the evacuation of the Cote d'Azur;
8.9.43 (CI-2, B06-717, Vol. IV, p. 1478)

N/44  Letter from Knochen to Eichmann concerning the
deportation of Jews from France; 29.3.43 (CI-4, B06-704,
Vol. IV, p. 1480)

N/45  Chart drawn up by Eichmann describing the departments
active in Holland (Vol. IV, p. 1483)

N/46  See T/37(212)

N/47  Minute by Luther dealing with Dutch nationals who are
Jews; 10.8.42 (NG-084, B06-594, Vol. IV, p. 1487)

N/48  Chart drawn up by Eichmann showing the chain of
command in Belgium (Vol. IV, p. 1487)

N/49  Letter from Luther to Bergmann at the German Ministry
in Brussels; 4.12.42 (NG-5219, K-211045-8, TK-325, B06-761,
Vol. IV, p. 1487)

N/50  Chart drawn up by Eichmann showing the chain of
command in Denmark (Vol. IV, p. 1488)

N/51  Chart drawn up by Eichmann showing the chain of
command in Serbia (Vol. IV, p. 1491)

N/52  Chart drawn up by Eichmann showing the chain of
command in Croatia (Vol. IV, p. 1493)

N/53  Chart drawn up by Eichmann showing the chain of
command in Greece (Vol. IV, p. 1495)

N/54  Letter from Guenther to the Foreign Ministry
requesting the transfer of Wisliceny to Salonika; 5.2.43
(B06-1001, Vol. IV, p. 1495)

N/55  Letter from Dr. Merten to the President of the Jewish
community in Salonika stating that its responsibility would
include the entire area under the Commander of Salonika-
Aegaeis; 13.2.43 (G-II, B06-426, Vol. IV, p. 14-1496)

N/56  Chart drawn up by Eichmann showing the chain of
command in Bulgaria (Vol. IV, p. 1500)

N/57  Chart drawn up by Eichmann showing the chain of
command in Romania (Vol. IV, p. 1501)

N/58  Letter from von Killinger to the Foreign Ministry
expressing an urgent need to dispatch Richter to Romania;
1.4.41 (NG-3939, B06-473, Vol. IV, p. 1501)

N/59  See T/37(51)

N/60  Letter from Ambassador to the Foreign Ministry
concerning the evacuation of the Jews from Romania; 19.8.42
(NG-3559, K-212612-3, TK-327, B06-195, Vol. IV, p. 1504)

N/61  Chart drawn up by Eichmann showing the chain of
command in Italy (Vol. IV, p. 1504)

N/62  Letter from Ambassador Schleier to the Foreign
Ministry concerning the Jews in the Italian-occupied area;
Paris, 23.1.43 (NG-4959, B06-726, Vol. IV, p. 1506)

N/63  Letter from Ambassador Mackensen to the Foreign
Ministry on his intervention concerning Jews in Italian-
occupied France; Rome, 18.3.43 (B06-456, Vol. IV, p. 1506)

N/64  Chart drawn up by Eichmann showing the chain of
command in Slovakia (Vol. IV, p. 1508)

N/65  Letter from von Killinger to the Foreign Ministry
concerning the situation of the Jews in Slovakia; 25.9.40 (K-
403411-2, TK-607, B06-1266, Vol. IV, p. 1508)

N/66  Declaration by Ludin concerning the intervention of
Veesenmayer with the Government of Slovakia on the
deportation of the Jews; in prison in Bratislava, 12.6.47
(NG-1824, B06-515, Vol. IV, pp. 1510)

N/67  Declaration by Ludin on the deportation of the Jews of
Slovakia; 6.10.47 (NG-2865, B06-514, Vol. IV, pp. 1510-1511)

N/68  Chart drawn up by Eichmann showing the chain of
command in Hungary (Vol. IV, p. 1511)

N/69  Letter from Luther to the German legation in Budapest
concerning the treatment of Hungarian Jews in the Reich and
the occupied territories; August 1942 (B06-563, Vol. IV, p.
1511)

N/70  Letter from Ritter to Veesenmayer concerning the visit
of Kaltenbrunner to Budapest; 31.3.44 (110030 Tin:218, B06-
1124, Vol. IV, p. 1513)

N/71  Letter from Veesenmayer to Richter stating that the
Hungarian Prime 0Minister has agreed to make fifty thousand
able-bodied Jews available to the Reich; 14.4.44 (NG-1815,
B06-372, Vol. IV, pp. 1512-1513)

N/72  Letter from von Thadden to Veesenmayer informing him
that Eichmann would provide transport for the evacuation of
the Jews of Hungary; 20.4.44 (K-213610, TK-328, B06-216,
Vol. IV, p. 1513)

N/73  Letter from Veesenmayer to Ritter informing him that
Premier Sztojay had agreed to make fifty thousand Jews
available for labour in Germany; 15.4.44 (NG-2191, 110143
Ser:99/2, B06-675, Vol. IV, p. 1513)

N/74  Letter from Veesenmayer to Ritter concerning the
placing of the Jews in ghettos and plans for deportation;
23.4.44 (NG-2233, 110236 Ser:99/2, B06-676, Vol. IV, p.
1533)

N/75  Letter from Ritter to Veesenmayer dealing with the
evacuation of Hungarian Jews; 27.4.44 (NG-2196, B06-681,
Vol. IV, p. 1534)

N/76  Letter from Veesenmayer to the Foreign Ministry about
the 100,000 Jews would be made available for labour; 8.5.44,
(NG-2059, B06-374, Vol. IV, p. 1534)

N/77  Telegram from Pohl to Himmler enquiring about
transports of Jews from Hungary; 24.5.44 (B06-529, Vol. IV,
p. 1535)

N/78  Note from Dr. Schmidt of the Press Department of the
Foreign Ministry concerning the large-scale operation
against the Jews of Budapest; 27.5.44 (NG-2424, K-213845, TK-
328, B06-629, Vol. IV, pp. 1535-1536)

N/79  Letter from von Thadden to the Foreign Office
suggesting that Schmidt's plan for preparation of propaganda
be rejected (NG-2260, K-213848, TK-328, B06-631, Vol. IV, p.
1536)

N/80  See T/37(268)

N/81  Letter from Veesenmayer to the Hungarian Minister of
the Interior about provisions and clothing for the
transports; 12.8.44 (K-350511-12, TK-530, B06-518, Vol. IV,
p. 1541)

N/82  Telegram from Veesenmayer to the Foreign Ministry
about operations taking place in Hungary to the benefit of
the Jews; 29.6.44 (110593-4 218-A, B06-847, Vol. IV, p.
1541)

N/83  Letter from Ribbentrop to Veesenmayer on the proposals
from abroad for the benefit of the Jews in Hungary; 3.7.44
(NG-5523, 110636 218A, B06-680, Vol. IV, p. 1541)

N/84  Memorandum from Wagner for submission to the Reich
Foreign Minister on the proposals to aid Hungarian Jews;
6.7.44 (NG-2236, B06-673, Vol. IV, p. 1541)

N/85  Letter from Ribbentrop to Veesenmayer reporting the
Fuehrer's decision to accommodate the Hungarian Government
in the matter of foreign offers for evacuating Jews abroad;
10.7.44 (110696-7 218-A, B06-848, Vol. IV, p. 1541)

N/86  Letter from Veesenmayer to the Foreign Ministry
regarding the departure of Hungarian Jews via Romania;
3.8.44 (K-214059, TK-328, B06-162, Vol. IV, p. 1542)

N/87  Memorandum from Wagner, for submission to the Reich
Minister for Foreign Affairs, dealing with the Swiss
legation's efforts to obtain larger numbers of departures of
Jews in return for Reich Germans interned abroad; 16.9.44
(NG-2238, K-214105, TK-328, B06-672, Vol. IV. p. 1543)

N/88  Letter from Veesenmayer to the Foreign Ministry
reporting on the situation regarding the deportation of
Hungarian Jews; October 1944 (K-350765-7, TK-530, B06-532,
Vol. IV, pp. 1544-1545)

N/89  Letter from Veesenmayer to Ribbentrop reporting on his
and Winkelmann's requests to Szalasi for 25,000 Jews for
labour service; 24.10.44 (K-209319, TK-323, B06-871, Vol.
IV, p. 1545)

N/90  Letter from Ribbentrop to Veesenmayer instructing him
to provide support for the Hungarians in their
implementation of anti-Jewish measures; 20.10.44 (NG-4986, K-
209312, TK-323, B06-376, Vol. IV, p. 1546)

N/91  Memorandum by Wagner for the Reich Minister for
Foreign Affairs concerning negotiations to send 1,000 Jews
to Switzerland; 9.11.44 (NG-2994, K-209234-6, TK-323, B06-
451, Vol. IV, p. 1546)

N/92  Memorandum from the Foreign Ministry for the Reich
Minister for Foreign Affairs summarizing the transports to
Switzerland; 11.11.44 (NG-2994, K-209244-7, TK-323, B06-452,
Vol. IV, p. 1546)

N/93  Telegram from Veesenmayer to the Reich Minister for
Foreign Affairs on the Jewish Question in Hungary; 19.10.44
(NG-3157, B06-104, Vol. IV, pp. 1546-1547)

N/94  Testimony of SS Judge Dr. Morgen on his investigations
in the concentration camps with Wirth and Hoess; 7.8.46 (IMG
XX pp. 531-563, B06-49, Vol. IV, p. 1550)

N/95  Affidavit by Morgen as to information he had heard
regarding those who gave orders for the mass destruction;
19.7.46 (B06-50, Vol. IV, pp. 1551-1552)

N/96  Statement by Morgen as witness for the defence of the
SS before the International Military Tribunal; 14.7.46 (B06-
48, Vol. IV, pp. 1552-1553)

N/97  Two statements by Mildner, Commander of the Security
Police in Vienna, describing the responsibility for the
concentration camps and for the deportation and
extermination of Jews; 23.6.45, 22.6.45 (PS-2376, B06-412,
Vol. IV, p. 1553)

N/98  Declaration by Karl Sommer of the Economic-
Administrative Head Office regarding the functions of his
Department; 22.1.47 (NO-1578, B06-414, Vol. IV, p. 1556)

N/99  Affidavit by Alois Steger about mediation regarding
letters to Theresienstadt and his contacts with Becher;
28.3.61 (Vol. IV, p. 1574-1575)

N/100  Excerpts from the Sassen Document (Vol. IV, pp. 1797-
1798)

N/101  Excerpts from the Sassen Document (Vol. IV, pp. 1801-
1802)

N/102  Excerpts from the Sassen Document (Vol. IV, p. 1802)

N/103  The judgment in the Wilhelmstrasse Trial as printed
in the Green Series (Vol. V, pp. 1844-1845)

N/103a  Passages from the judgment in the Wilhemstrasse
Trial cited by Dr. Servatius (Vol. V, pp. 1844-1845)

N/104  Affidavit by Mrs. van Taalingen-Dols (Vol. V, p.
1850)

N/105  Der strijd om een mensen leven (The Struggle for the
Life of One Man) by Luise I.L. van Taalingen-Dols (Vol. V,
p. 1850)

N/105a  Passages quoted from Der strijd om een mensen leven
by Luise I.L. van Taalingen-Dols (Vol. V, p. 1850)

N/106  Affidavit by Geza Lakatos describing the activities
of Veesenmayer in Hungary during his term as Prime Minister;
10.6.47 (NG-1848, B06-666, Vol. V, p. 1856)

N/107  Letter from Veesenmayer to the Foreign Minister
concerning Horthy's objections to the "major operation" and
steps to be taken; 30.6.44 (NG-5576, 110614, Ser:99/2, B06-
797, Vol. V, p. 1856)

N/108  Excerpt from Poliakov (Red) The Third Reich and its
Servants (Vol. V, p. 1857)

N/109   Statement by Lahousen in the Blue Series (Vol. V, p.
1857)

N/109a  Passage submitted by Dr. Servatius from Lahousen's
statement (Vol. V, p. 1857)

T/1 Text of Security Council Decision of 23.6.1960
(Court Sess. 1, 11 April 1961)

T/2 Letter from Defence Counsel of 22.12.60 asking for
permission to represent Eichmann (Court Sess. 1, 11 April
1961)

T/3 Statement by Eichmann expressing readiness to be tried
before an Israeli Court; May 1960
(Court Sess. 1, 11 April 1961)

T/4 Official announcement (signed by Shabtai Rosenne) by
Governments of Argentina and Israel that incident concerning
Eichmann was considered closed; 3 August 1960 (Court Sess.
1, 11 April 1961)

T/5 Certificate (signed by Shabtai Rosenne) and Annexures of
24.10.50 from the U.S. Embassy, requesting the Government of
Israel to join in recognizing the termination of the state
of war with Germany  (Court Sess. 4, 12 April 1961)

T/6A ffidavit of Dr. Meir Verite, accompanied by notebooks
(T/6/1-14); 10 April 1961
(B06-1574, Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/7 Affidavit of Dr. Joseph Kermish; 16 April 1961
(B06-1577, Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/8 Example of microfilm certification  (Court Sess. 9, 18
April 1961)

T/9 List of microfilms (35 pages) from German Foreign
Ministry
(Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/10 List of documents from I.M.G.
(Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/11 Affidavits of Majors Coogan and Niebergall given at the
Nuremberg Trials
(Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/12 Declaration of Dr. Kempner in Bureau 06; 26 January
1961
(BO6-1425,Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/13 Affidavit of Mr. Gershon Shapira (16 pages); 24 March
1961
(B06-1521, Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/14 Affidavit of Dr. Kermish concerning documents received
from the Nuremberg Archives; 16 April 1961 (B06-1576, Court
Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/15 List of documents enlarged from Nuremberg Subsequent
Trials microfilms (Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/16 List of Nuremberg defence and prosecution documents,
confirmed by Dr. Kempner (Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/17  List of documents received from U.S. National Archives
(Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/18  Affidavit of Mr. Wayne C. Grover, Archivist; 4 October
1960 (B06-1581, Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/19  List of microfilm enlargements (U.S. - Himmler File)
(Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/20  List of documents received from Czecholovakia,
Hungary, Italy, Poland and Yugoslavia (6 pages) (Court Sess.
9, 18 April 1961)

T/21  List of documents received from Berlin Documentation
Center (Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/22  Affidavit of Dr. Joseph Kermish, with list of
documents delivered to Bureau 06 by Yad Vashem; 16 April
1961 (B06-1573, Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/23  Affidavit of Miriam Nowitz concerning documents
delivered to Bureau 06 by Kibbutz Lohamei ha-Getta'ot (B06-
1578, Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/24  Affidavits of Messrs. Billig and Poliakov; 18 July
1960 (Centre de Documentation Juive Contemporaire C-I, C-II,
B06-1504, Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/25  Affidavit of Dr. Avraham Alsberg; 28 March 1961 (B06-
1554, Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/26  Affidavit of Dr. Joseph Kermish and Mrs. Alsberg; 16
April 1961 (B06-1575, Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/27  List of original documents received from Centre de
Documentation Juive Contemporaire (Court Sess. 9, 18 April
1961)

T/28  List of microfilms received from Centre de
Documentation Juive Contemporaire (Court Sess. 9, 18 April
1961)

T/29  List of documents received from the Rijksinstituut
voor Oorlogsdocumentatie, Amsterdam (B06-1579, Court Sess.
9, 18 April 1961)

T/30  List of documents received from Dr. Josef Loewenherz,
Vienna (Rijksinstituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie, O-II, B06-
1580, Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/31  Affidavit of Mr. Isaac E. Wahler concerning Wuerzburg
Gestapo Documents; 5 December 1960 (U-VII, B06-1295, Court
Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/32  List of documents excerpted from volumes supplied by
Mr. Isaac E. Wahler (Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/33  List of documents received from the United Restitution
Organization   (Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/34  Affidavit by Mr. Simon Wiesenthal; 13 April 1961 (B06-
1572, Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/35  List of documents received from various sources (Court
Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

T/36  Opinion of Mr. Avraham Hagag, handwriting expert, on
the signatures and handwriting of 12 persons; 17 March 1961
(B06-1506, Court Sess. 9, 18 April 1961)

IN THE TRANSCRIPTS OF THE PROCEEDINGS, T/37 WAS SUBMITTED IN
COURT SESS. 10, 19 APRIL.  IN THE DATE IS GIVEN AS 21 APRIL,
WHICH WOULD MAKE IT COURT SESSION 11.

T/371) Carton No. 1: Eichmann's Statement pp. 1-2180 2)
Carton No. 2: Eichmann's Statement pp. 2181-3564

Copy of tape 77, 1-33 Also 3x6 typed copies of the Statement
and 2x Hebrew translation  (Court Sess. 10, 19 April 1961)

T/37(1)  See T/55(10)

T/37(2)  See T/55(7)

T/37(3) See T/55(9)

T/37(4)  See T/55(8)

T/37(5) See T/55(5)

T/37(6)Eichmann's family tree (6 pages)

(B06-21, Court Sess. 10, 19 April 1961, T/37 (Statement) p.
319)

T/37(7) See T/1152

T/37(8) Report on Eichmann's journey to Palestine; 4
November 1937 (National Archives, Alexandria 4, B06-2, Court
Sess. 10, 19 April 1961, T/37 (Statement), p. 341

T/37(9) Report on Eichmann's journey to Palestine

IS THIS CORRECT? OR IS IT:

     Secret memorandum by A. Six concerning F. Polkes, a
     Jewish informant of the Nazi Security Service in
     Palestine; Berlin, 17 June, 1937 Alexandria 4, BO6-38,
     Court Sess. 10(?) or 11(?)
     
T/37(10) See T/455

T/37(11) See T/89

T/37(12) Declaration on change of religion by Eichmann's
wife; 13 November 1943 (BO6-137, Court Sess. 11, 21 April
1961, T/37 (Statement) pp. 570, 3394

T/37(13)Letter from Eichmann in the matter of Roger Masse; 2
December 1942 (BO6-136, Court Sess. 11, 21 April 1961, T/37
(Statement) p. 575

T/37(14)  See T/764

T/37(15)  See T/1060

T/37(16)  See T/491

T/37(17)  See T/345

T/37(18)  See T/564

T/37(19)  See T/741

T/37(20)  See T/679

T/37(21)  See T/403

T/37(22)  See T/409

T/37(23)  See T/418

T/37(24)  See T/421

T/37(25)  See T/424

T/37(26)  See T/429

T/37(27)  See T/436

T/37(28)Letter from Paris to Eichmann (29.8.42) concerning
mixed marriages; 29 August 1942 (BO6-61, Court Sess. 11, 21
April 1961, T/37 (Statement) p. 688

T/37(29)  See T/1420

T/37(30)  See T/1421

T/37(31)  See T/438
T/37(32)  See T/439
T/37(33)  See T/451
T/37(34)  See T/452
T/37(35)  See T/712
T/37(36)  See T/55(12)
T/37(37)  See T/302
T/37(38)  See T/303
T/37(39)  See T/734
T/37(40)  See T/174
T/37(41)  See T/185
T/37(42)  See T/1058
T/37(43)  See T/1059
T/37(44)  See T/1055
T/37(45)  See T/1047
T/37(46)  See T/1030
T/37(47)  See T/1044
T/37(48)  See T/1048
T/37(49)  See T/1257
T/37(50)  See T/1255
T/37(51)  See T/59
T/37(52)  See T/928
T/37(53)  See T/930
T/37(54)  See T/939
T/37(55)  See T/943
T/37(56)  See T/947
T/37(57)  See T/940
T/37(58)  See T/883
T/37(59)  See T/425
T/37(60)  See T/402
T/37(61)  See T/404
T/37(62)  See T/422
T/37(63)  See T/433
T/37(64)  See T/474
T/37(65)  See T/464
T/37(66)  See T/459
T/37(67)  See T/460
T/37(68)  See T/475
T/37(69)  See T/476
T/37(70)  See T/1108
T/37(71)  See T/1109
T/37(72)  See T/1110
T/37(73)  See T/1112
T/37(74)  See T/1132
T/37(75)  See T/535
T/37(76)  See T/767
T/37(77)  See N/28
T/37(78)  See T/560
T/37(79)  See T/576
T/37(80)  See T/573
T/37(81)  See T/603
T/37(82)  See T/594
T/37(83)  See T/437
T/37(84)  See T/599

T/37(85)Letter from Guenther regarding two Jewesses of Swiss
nationality who applied to emigrate from Poland; 12 June
1944

(BO6-305, Court Sess. 11, 21 April 1961, T/37 (Statement) p.
1303 T/37(86)Letter from IVB4C refusing the Jewess Bechtold
permission to leave the Generalgouvernement, for fear that
she might spread atrocity propaganda; 15 August 1944 (BO6-
308, Court Sess. 11, 21 April 1961, T/37 (Statement) p. 1304

T/37(87)  See T/769
T/37(88)  See T/1136
T/37(89)  See T/1181
T/37(90)  See T/1193
T/37(91)  See T/1216
T/37(92)  See T/1215
T/37(93)  See T/1219
T/37(94)  See T/190
T/37(95)  See T/1363-6
T/37(96)  See T/310
T/37(97)  See T/996
T/37(98)  See T/621
T/37(99)  See T/965
T/37(100)  See T/962
T/37(101)  See T/992
T/37(102)  See T/547
T/37(103)  See T/958
T/37(104)  See T/913
T/37(105)  See T/914
T/37(106)  See T/55(3)

T/37(107)  Lower court in Budapest confirms testimony of
former Premier Sztojay at his trial; e.g. that he received
explanations from Eichmann on the Final Solution; 2 April
1946 (PS-3869, JM-02135, BO6-358, Court Sess. 11, 21 April
1961, T/37 (Statement) p. 1565)

T/37(108)  See T/1235
T/37(109)  See T/1192
T/37(110)  See T/1185
T/37(111)  See T/1217
T/37(112)  See T/1210
T/37(113)  See T/1209
T/37(114)  See T/1186
T/37(115)  See T/1239
T/37(116)  See T/1188
T/37(117)  See T/671
T/37(118)  See T/344

T/37(119)Eichmann notifies Rademacher that he does not
object to letters of recommendation for three Jews who wish
to emigrate to the Far East; 31 May 1941 K-340199, TK-518,
BO6-124, Court Sess. 11, 21 April 1961, T/37 (Statement) p.
1651)

T/37(120)Eichmann's reply to Rademacher concerning visa for
a Jew emigrating from Germany to the Near East; 24 May 1941
K-340195, TK-518, BO6-125, Court Sess. 11, 21 April 1961,
T/37 (Statment) p. 1651

T/37(121)  See T/166
T/37(122)  See T/55(15)
T/37(123)  See T/151
T/37(124)  See N/34
T/37(125)  See T/625
T/37(126)  See T/297
T/37(127)  See T/125
T/37(128)  See T/173
T/37(129)  See T/585
T/37(130)  See T/1021
T/37(131)  See T/1032
T/37(132)  See T/500
T/37(133)  See T/1034
T/37(134)  See N/12
T/37(135)  See T/533
T/37(136)  See T/539
T/37(137)  See T/552
T/37(138)  See T/518
T/37(139)  See T/548
T/37(140)  See T/1129
T/37(141)  See T/993
T/37(142)  See T/967
T/37(143)  See T/969
T/37(144)  See T/994
T/37(145)  See T/593
T/37(146)  See T/472
T/37(147)  See T/1195
T/37(148)  See T/1206
T/37(149)  See T/1208

T/37(150)Veesenmayer informs Ritter on that 326,009 Jews
have been deported from Hungary.  as to the Jews who fled to
Romania, the Romanian Government treats them as refugees and
allows them also to go to Palestine; 17 June 1944 (NG-5567,
110545 Ser 99/2, BO6-386, Court Sess. 11, 21 April 1961,
T/37 (Statement) pp.1946, 3485)

T/37(151)  See T/1191
T/37(152)  See T/1225
T/37(153)  See T/1234
T/37(154)  See T/1232
T/37(155)  See T/1230
T/37(156)  See T/1242
T/37(157)  See T/1143
T/37(158)  See T/1245
T/37(159)  See T/1141
T/37(160)  See T/1142

T/37(161)Sworn statement of Hildegard Kunze, secretary in
Eichmann's office.  She confirms that the Section dealt with
Jewish property and that she remembers a letter on
dislodging of Jews; 8 January 1946 (RF-1526, JM-02144, BO6-
311, Court Sess. 11, 21 April 1961, T/37 (Statement) p.
2033)

T/37(162)  See T/898
T/37(163)  See T/122
T/37(164)  See T/1138
T/37(165)  See T/807
T/37(166)  See T/808
T/37(167)  See T/1278
T/37(168)  See T/202
T/37(169)  See T/1279
T/37(170)  See T/938
T/37(171)  See T/541
T/37(172)  See T/850
T/37(173)  See T/1007
T/37(174)  See T/1199
T/37(175)  See T/1194
T/37(176)  See T/1022
T/37(177)  See T/1023
T/37(178)  See T/1377
T/37(179)  See N/16
T/37(180)  See T/1378
T/37(181)  See T/1379

T/37(182)Correspondence between the Foreign Ministry and the
Head of the Security Police and the SD, in which Lindow of
IVA1b states that a Soviet Jew, Gurwitz, has been sent to
the East.  The Foreign Ministry complains to Eichmann that
this is against the regulations governing Soviet Jews.
Hunsche explains that Gurwitz was deported before the new
regulations took effect. (4 documents); 11-26 May 1943, 24
September 1943 (K-373110-11, K-373115-18, TK-561, BO6-552,
Court Sess. 11, 21 April 1961, T/37 (Statement) p. 2249)

T/37(183)  See T/546
T/37(184)  See T/1309
T/37(185)  See T/761
T/37(186)  See T/784
T/37(187)  See T/779
T/37(188)  See T/3086
T/37(189)  See T/559
T/37(190)  See T/550
T/37(191)  See T/569
T/37(192)  See T/1123
T/37(193)  See T/874
T/37(194)  See T/525
T/37(195)  See T/527
T/37(196)  See T/528
T/37(197)  See T/537
T/37(198)  See T/568
T/37(199)  See T/540
T/37(200)  See T/543
T/37(201)  See T/545
T/37(202)  See T/542
T/37(203)  See T/554
T/37(204)  See T/557
T/37(205)  See T/566
T/37(206)  See T/558
T/37(207)  See T/562
T/37(208)  See T/561
T/37(209)  See T/565
T/37(210)  See T/574
T/37(211)  See T/85
T/37(212)  See N/46

T/37(213)Dr. Forster of the BdS in Holland informs Eichmann
about the Reich's stand on baptised Jews.  He adds that the
Higher SS Leader and Police Leader expressed his opinion to
the Reich Representative on this matter; 20 July 1942 (OI-
24, BO6-616, Court Sess. 11, 21 April 1961, T/37 (Statement)
p. 2562

T/37(214)Original sworn statement of SS officer Adolf
Filler, who served in Budapest 1944-1945.  Testifies on
Eichmann's role, status and activities in Hungary in regard
to the actions against Jews; 29 June 1943  (I-IX-1, BO6-803,
Court Sess. 11, 21 April 1961, T/37 (Statement) p. 2573)

T/37(215)  See T/1201
T/37(216)  See T/1236
T/37(217)  See T/55(6)
T/37(218)  See T/743
T/37(219)  See T/348
T/37(220)  See T/239
T/37(221)  See T/354
T/37(222)  See T/1204
T/37(223)  See T/1212
T/37(224)  See T/910
T/37(225)  See T/990

T/37(226)Sonnleithner, on behalf of the Minister for Foreign
Affairs, requests information from the Head of the SS
whether the measures on which the Italian authorities
decided regarding the Jews in the occupied territories in
Italy and Greece are satisfactory; 16 March 1943. (NG-5051,
BO6-684, Court Sess. 11, 21 April 1961,

T/37 (Statement) pp. 2618, 3493
T/37(227)  See T/991
T/37(228)  See T/1203
T/37(229)  See T/719
T/37(230)  See T/723

T/37(231)Karl Hoffmann, head of Department IV attached to
the BdS, Denmark, testifies before the Danish police on the
activities of the SD in Denmark.  Emphasizes particularly
the part played by Guenther of IVB4 in the deportation of
the Jews; 9 April 1947 (NG-5208, BO6-755, Court Sess. 11, 21
April 1961, T/37 (Statement) pp. 2652, 3492)

T/37(232)  See T/582
T/37(233)  See T/154
T/37(234)  See T/786
T/37(235)  See T/689
T/37(236)  See T/55(13)
T/37(237)  See T/1113
T/37(238)  See T/307
T/37(239)  See T/55(11)
T/37(240)  See T/865
T/37(241)  See T/1155
T/37(242)  See T/1156
T/37(243)  See T/120
T/37(244)  See T/1092
T/37(245)  See T/1093
T/37(246)  See T/1095
T/37(247)  See T/1094
T/37(248)  See T/1096
T/37(249)  See T/1097
T/37(250)  See T/1098
T/37(251)  See T/1099
T/37(252)  See T/217

T/37(253)Winkelmann, Higher SS and Police Leader in Budapest
during the War, testifies in Nuremberg Trial No. 9 and
describes Eichmann's role and his connections with Laszlo
Endre; 18 October 1948 (Case XI Proc. (pp. 26156-26184), BO6-
805, Court Sess. 11, 21 April 1961, T/37 (Statement) p. 3045

T/37(254)  See T/1246
T/37(255)  See T/584
T/37(256)  See T/1013
T/37(257)  See T/1014
T/37(258)  See T/248
T/37(259)  See T/247
T/37(260)  See T/267
T/37(261)  See T/268
T/37(262)  See T/269
T/37(263)  See T/165
T/37(264)  See T/164

T/37(265)Wilhelm Vanek (OR OTHER SPELLING), formerly head of
Group VI in the Head Office for Reich Security, testifies
about Eichmann's role in Hungary.  In his opinion, Eichmann
was not answerable to either the commanding officer of the
SS or the Ambassador.  He received his orders from Himmler
and reported directly to the Head Office for Reich Security;
10 June 1948 (JM-03052, BO6-978, Court Sess. 11, 21 April
1961, T/37 (Statement) p. 3175)

T/37(266)  See T/160
T/37(267)  See T/691
T/37(268)  See N/80

T/37(269)Sworn statement by Hezinger in which he describes
his activities in Hungary and the obstacles placed in his
way by Eichmann concerning the treatment of Jews with
foreign nationality; 2 June 1948 (JM-03052, BO6-977, Court
Sess. 11, 21 April 1961, T/37 (Statement) p. 3217

T/37(270)  See T/556
T/37(271)  See T/1116
T/37(272)  See T/604
T/37(273)  See T/1226

T/37(274)Albert Hartl, who in 1941 was Group Leader of IVB
and Eichmann's superior, testifies in Nuremberg that
Eichmann's Section was located in a separate building to
which entrance was denied even to Head Office for Reich
Security staff; 24 November 1947 (Case IX Proc. (pp. 2914-5,
2934, 2960-1), BO6-857, Court Sess. 11, 21 April 1961, T/37
(Statement) p. 3334)

T/37(275)  See T/126
T/37(276)  See T/986
T/37(277)  See T/330
T/37(278)  See T/317
T/37(279)  See T/314
T/37(280)  See T/315
T/37(281)  See T/1280
T/37(282)  See T/1054
T/37(283)  See T/1205
T/37(284)  See T/1238
T/37(285)  See T/678
T/37(286)  See T/777
T/37(287)  See T/612
T/37(288)  See T/613
T/37(289)  See T/614
T/37(290)  See T/482
T/37(291)  See T/620
T/37(292)  See T/55(1)
T/37(293)  See T/861

T/37(294)SS General Staff order of 9.1.44 on Eichmann's
transfer to Department IV.  Also another General Staff order
of 22.1.44. correcting an error in the description of
Eichmann's rank in his previous post; 9 January 1944 BO6-
1180, Court Sess. 11, 21 April 1961, T/37 (Statement) p.
3407

T/37(295)  See T/836
T/37(296)  See T/55(4)
T/37(297)  See T/123
T/37(298)  See T/121
T/37(299)  See T/294
T/37(300)  See T/150
T/37(301)  See T/55(2)
T/37(302)  See T/149
T/37(303)  See T/152
T/37(304)  See T/852
T/37(305)  See T/920
T/37(306)  See T/1331
T/37(307)  See T/1057
T/37(308)  See T/189
T/37(309)  See T/498
T/37(310)  See T/1009
T/37(311)  See T/1008
T/37(312)  See T/298
T/37(313)  See T/1284
T/37(314)  See T/538
T/37(315)  See T/200
T/37(316)  See T/201
T/37(317)  See T/900

T/38  Declaration by Eichmann (Court Sess. 10, 19 April
1961)

T/39Tapes 1-76 of Eichmann's Statement (Court Sess. 11, 21
April 1961)

T/40Tape 77, additional testimony (Court Sess. 11, 21 April
1961)

T/41Transcript of Tape 77 (Court Sess. 11, 21 April 1961)

T/42Affidavit of Ms. Sonia Oster (Court Sess. 11, 21 April
1961)

T/43Notes recorded by the Accused in his cell; 30 May  - 19
December 1960 (B06-1491, Court Sess. 12, 24 April 1961)

T/45Book by Rudolf Hoess: Commandant of Auschwitz Court
Sess. 12, 24 April 1961)

T/46Article in Der Stern (Accused's Statement, Tape 21, pp.
1026-1035) (Court Sess. 12, 24 April 1961)

T/47Issue of Life magazine (Court Sess. 12, 24 April 1961)

T/52Organization chart, 1941 (B06-1495, Court Sess. 12, 24
April 1961)

T/53Material for preparation of organization chart T/52
(Court Sess. 12, 24 April 1961)

T/5416 Questionnaires (Court Sess. 12, 24 April 1961)

T/55(1)Personal report of Eichmann (Court Sess. 13, 24 April
1961)

T/55(5)Dates of Eichmann's promotions  (Court Sess. 13, 24
April 1961)

T/55(7)   Eichmann's curriculum vitae (4 pages) (Court Sess.
13, 24 April 1961)

T/55(8)  Questionnaire regarding Eichmann's personal details
(Court Sess. 13, 24 April 1961)

T/55(9)  Questionnaire regarding Eichmann's personal details
(Court Sess. 13, 24 April 1961)

T/55(10)  Excerpt from personal registry, signed by Eichmann
(Court Sess. 13, 24 April 1961)

T/56  Statement of Dieter Wisliceny to his examiners; 14-15
November 1945; 2 April 1946  (B06-856, Court Sess. 14, 25
April 1961)

T/58  Evidence of Wisliceny before the Military Tribunal at
Nuremberg; 3 January 1946 (IMG-IV, B06-29, Court Sess. 14,
25 April 1961)

T/59  Letter from Herschel Grynszpan; 29 March 1939 (Court
Sess. 14, 25 April 1961)

T/60  Article by Robert Weltsch in Die Juedische Rundschau
(Court Sess. 14, 25 April 1961)

T/61  Three pages from Reichsgesetzblatt concerning forced
retirement of non-Aryan officials; 7 April 1943 (Court Sess.
14, 25 April 1961)

T/62  Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt concerning forced
retirement of non-Aryan officials (Court Sess. 14, 25 April
1961)

T/63Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt concerning ritual
slaughtering (Court Sess. 14, 25 April 1961)

T/64Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt concerning ritual
slaughtering (two pages)   (Court Sess. 14, 25 April 1961)

T/65Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt concerning revocation of
naturalization and confiscation of inimical property
          (Court Sess. 14, 25 April 1961)

T/66Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt concerning exclusion of
aliens from German territory
(Court Sess. 14, 25 April 1961)

T/67Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt concerning ban on
intermarriage and extra-marital sexual relations between
Aryans and Jews, and ban on employment of young German women
in Jewish households
(Court Sess. 14, 25 April 1961)

T/68Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing "First decree
to implement the Law on Citizenship of the German Realm."
(Court Sess. 14, 25 April 1961)

T/69Prayer by Rabbi Dr. Leo Baeck and Dr. Otto Hirsch
appearing in book by Prof. Ernst Simon
(Court Sess. 14, 25 April 1961)

T/70Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing Law Regarding
the Legal Status of the Jewish Religious Congregations
(Court Sess. 15, 25 April 1961)

T/71Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing Decree
Regarding the Declaration of the Property of Jews
(Court Sess. 15, 25 April 1961)

T/72Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing Third
Proclamation about the Compulsory Carrying of Identity Cards
(Court Sess. 15, 25 April 1961)

T/73Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing Second Decree
to Implement the Law Regarding the Changing of surnames and
First Names
(Court Sess. 15, 25 April 1961)

T/74Issue of Der Stu67rmer, Nazi German weekly
(Court Sess. 15, 25 April 1961)

T/75Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing Decree about
Atonement to be made by Jews that are German subjects
(Court Sess. 15, 25 April 1961)

T/76Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing Decree for the
Exclusion of the Jews from German Economic Life
(Court Sess. 15, 25 April 1961)

T/77Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt concerning Implementation
of the Decree Regarding the Atonement Payment by the Jews
(Court Sess. 15, 25 April 1961)

T/78Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing First Decree
for the Implementation of the Law on the Legal Status of
Jewish Religious Associations
(Court Sess. 15, 25 April 1961)

T/79Excerpt from Ministerialblatt detailing Ministerial
Decree Concerning Mobilization of Jewish Property
(Court Sess. 15, 25 April 1961)

T/80Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt detailing
Third Decree under the Decree on Declaring the Property of
Jews
(Court Sess. 15, 25 April 1961)

T/81Excerpt from Reichsgesetzblatt concerning Tenth Decree
to Implement the German State Citizenship Law
(Court Sess. 15, 25 April 1961)

T/82A History of the Jews, by Josef Kastein
(Court Sess. 15, 25 April 1961)

T/83Excerpt from judgment at Nuremberg Trials (regarding
Gestapo, SD and SS); 1 October 1946
(IMG-1, BO6-268, Court Sess. 15, 25 April 1961)

T/86Excerpt from Polish law of 10 November 1945
          (Pol. War Cr. Com. II, B06-1374, Court Sess. 16,
26 April 1961)

T/87Polish Bulletin No. 6 containing autobiography by Rudolf
Hoess, Commandant of Auschwitz
(Court Sess. 16, 26 April 1961)

T/91Letter from German police to Dr. Franz Meyer regarding
his passport
(Court Sess. 17, 26 April 1961)

T/92Identity card of Dr. Franz Meyer
(Court Sess. 17, 26 April 1961)

T/93Letter from Gestapo to Dr. Franz Meyer prohibiting his
holding a communal leadership position
          (Court Sess. 17, 26 April 1961)

T/94Instructions to police departments concerning the manner
in which interdepartmental and other correspondence is to be
conducted; 9 July 1936
Alexandria 4, BO6-1241, Court Sess. 18, 27 April 1961)

T/95Document detailing re-organization of State Police
Posts; 23 September 1939
(L-361 (US-478), BO6-921, Court Sess. 18, 27 April 1961)

T/96Himmler's order to establish the Head Office for Reich
Security; 27 September 1939
(L-361 (US-478), BO6-919, Court Sess. 18, 27 April 1961)

T/97  Document on the concentration of the central offices
of the Security Police and the SD; 27 September 1939 (L-361
(US-478), BO6-920, Court Sess. 18, 27 April 1961)

T/98  Service Instructions to Higher SS and Police Leaders
of 18 December 1939 (NO-148, JM-02081, Alexandria 4-753, BO6-
554, Court Sess. 18, 27 April 1961)

T/99  Instructions for Distribution of Functions in the Head
Office for Reich Security of 1 March 1941 (O-II-4, BO6-336,
Court Sess. 18, 27 April 1961)

T/101  Police order concerning "close co-operation between
SS offices", among others between Departments VI and IV; 28
August 1941 (NG-4852, BO6-543, Court Sess. 18, 27 April
1961)

T/102  Order directing  all communications and documents
from Operations Units A to D to the Command Staff as of
26.10.41 to be transmitted via the Chief of Department IV;
21 October 1941 (NO-4134, BO6-778, Court Sess. 18, 27 April
1961)

T/103  Executive instructions from Pohl of the SS Economic-
Administrative Main Office on the reporting of important
occurrences in the concentration camps; 25 July 1942 (NO-
2128, BO6-411, Court Sess. 18, 27 April 1961)

T/104  Outline of the composition of the Head Office for
Reich Security, status as of 1 October 1943  (L-219, BO6-51,
Court Sess. 18, 27 April 1961)

T/105  List of Police Attaches, Police Liaison Officers, SD-
Commissioners and their male co-workers as of 16 October
1943 (NG-4852, BO6-542, Court Sess. 18, 27 April 1961)

T/106  Comparative table of ranks in the SS, German and
American armies. (NG-2253, JM-02023, BO6-789, Court Sess.
18, 27 April 1961)

T/110  Weizsaecker reports in a circular (8.7.38) to all
German diplomatic missions on a meeting between the British
Ambassador and Ribbentrop.  Ribbentrop rules out any
negotiation with the participants in the Evian conference
concerning Jewish property.  Such matters are strictly of
internal concern, and Jewish property cannot be allowed to
be transferred abroad; 8 July 1938 (NG-3702, BO6-462, Court
Sess. 18, 27 April 1961)

T/112Instructions of Hanover Gestapo concerning the blocking
of Jewish bank accounts; 11 November 1938 (Alexandria 4, BO6-
1452, Court Sess. 18, 27 April 1961)

T/113Heydrich reports to Goering on the results of Crystal
Night and details the heavy damage caused to the Jews both
physically and to their property; 11 November 1938 (PS-3058,
BO6-1503, Court Sess. 18, 27 April 1961)

T/114Minutes of meeting in Goering's office dealing with
"The removal of the Jews from the German economy,
confiscation of insurance indemnifications for the damage
caused to Jews on 10 November and other measures against the
Jews"; 12 October 1938 (PS-1816, BO6-76, Court Sess. 18, 27
April 1961)

T/115Cable from Joseph Kennedy, U.S. Ambassador to Germany,
to Acting Secretary of State in Washington.  Reports on
conversation between the French Ambassador and Ribbentrop,
which Ribbentrop refused all removal of Jewish property
abroad because the property had been acquired illegally; 8
December 1938 (PS-3319,  BO6-505, Court Sess. 18, 27 April
1961)

T/117Hitler's speech before the Reichstag on 30 January 1939
in which he threatens to annihilate European Jewry (PS-2663,
BO6-296, Court Sess. 18, 27 April 1961)

T/118Speech by Albert Rosenberg, as published in the
Voelkischer Beobachter, in which he proposes the solution of
the Jewish Question by establishing a Jewish reservation in
Madagascar or Guinea; 8 February 1939 (Streicher-8, BO6-
1054, Court Sess. 18, 27 April 1961)

T/119Three sets of instructions (25.1.38, 4.10.39, 16.5.40)
regarding the way in which police authority should be used
to imprison people under the control of the authorities, in
concentration camps (PS-3040, BO6-782, Court Sess. 18, 27
April 1961)

T/120Organization plan of Head Office for Reich Security
(T/37(243)) (PS-2346, BO6-262, Court Sess. 18, 27 April
1961)

T/122Form for SS members oath (T/37(163)) (BO6-84, Court
Sess. 18, 27 April 1961)

T/155Durchlassschein (exit permit) of Dr. Paul Meretz (Court
Sess. 19, 27 April 1961)

T/156Durchlassschein (exit permit) of Mrs. Meretz (Court
Sess. 19, 27 April 1961)

T/168Bulletin No. 12 of the Polish Governmental Committee
(Court Sess. 20, 28 April 1961)

T/185Record of Proceedings of the Wannsee Conference
(T/37(41)).  Participants include Mueller and Eichmann.
Heydrich lectures on the Final Solution; 20 January 1942 (NG-
2586, K-210400, TK-325, BO6-74, Court Sess. 20, 28 April
1961)

T/203Bulletin  I. of Polish Government Main Commission for
the Investigation of Nazi Crimes; 1946  (BO6-1375, Court
Sess. 22, 1 May 1961)

T/204Translation into English of Bulletin I. of Polish
Government Main Commission for the Investigation of Nazi
Crimes; 1946 (BO6-1376, Court Sess. 22, 1 May 1961)

T/214The Death Brigade. Book by Leon Weliczker Wells (Court
Sess. 22, 1 May 1961)

T/256A Voice from the Depth.  Leaflet issued on 22.8.44 by
Berman and Zuckerman, survivors of the Warsaw ghetto,
calling for the establishment of a Jewish state
(Court Sess. 25, 3 May 1961)

T/257In the Streets of Warsaw 5700-5703 (1940-1943). Book by
Rachel Auerbach (Court Sess. 26, 3 May 1961)

T/258The Holy Fire.  Book of sermons by Rabbi Kalonymus
Kalmish Shapiro (Court Sess. 26, 3 May 1961)

T/259Justina's Diary.  Diary by Gusta Dawidson-Draenger
written in Montelupich prison (Court Sess. 26, 3 May 1961)

T/273Report by Juergen Stroop, commander of the Waffen-SS,
on the destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto.  (From Blue Series,
Vol. 26, p. 628 ff) (Court Sess. 27, 4 May 1961)

T/274Himmler's order for the destruction of the Warsaw
Ghetto.  (From Green Series , Vol. 5, pp. 620-622) (Court
Sess. 27, 4 May 1961)

T/275The Jerusalem of Lithuania in the Revolt and in the
Holocaust.  Book by Meir Mark Dowrzecki (Court Sess. 27, 4
May 1961)

T/276Personalausweis.  Yellow certificate issued in Vilna
Ghetto promising its holder life for a few months (Court
Sess. 27, 4 May 1961)

T/277Familienmitgliedausweis.  Pink certificate issued in
Vilna Ghetto to family men (Court Sess. 27, 4 May 1961)

T/278Blue certificate issued to children in Vilna Ghetto
(Court Sess. 27, 4 May 1961)

T/279Proclamation in Polish, Lithuanian and German of a
curfew for Jews in Vilna Ghetto because German soldiers had
been shot at (Court Sess. 27, 4 May 1961)

T/280Letter from Abba Kovner (code name: Uri) to partisan
commanders Markov and Yurdis concerning a group of Jewish
underground fighters (Court Sess. 27, 4 May 1961)

T/281Form refusing Movement Pass issued in Vilna Ghetto
(Court Sess. 27, 4 May 1961)

T/282Vilna Ghetto certificate issued by Judenrat or Jewish
police to Jews who would be allowed to work (Court Sess. 27,
4 May 1961)

T/283Certificate, the possession of which was believed by
Jews in the Vilna Ghetto to keep them alive (Court Sess. 27,
4 May 1961)

T/284Vilna Ghetto head tax document (Court Sess. 27, 4 May
1961)

T/285Notice posted on Vilna Ghetto walls pronouncing the
death penalty for possession of more than thirty marks
(Court Sess. 27, 4 May 1961)

T/286Passierschein.  Certificate permitting its holder to
move around in the Vilna Ghetto during curfew hours (Court
Sess. 27, 4 May 1961)

T/287Certificate concerning tax paid to the Vilna ghetto
Judenrat (Court Sess. 27, 4 May 1961)

T/288Testimonies given to the Jewish underground by
survivors of the Ponary massacre, Tama Katz and Yehudit
Strench (Court Sess. 27, 4 May 1961)

T/289Der erste Ruf (The First Call).  First announcement of
revolt in Vilna Ghetto; 1 January 1942 (Court Sess. 27, 4
May 1961)

T/290Announcement by Gens, Commander of Vilna Ghetto, of the
death by shooting of two workers, Aharon and Rivka Shulkin,
for having gone to a neighbouring village to buy food; 4 May
1943 (Court Sess. 27, 4 May 1961)

T/291"Battle rules" issued to underground fighters in the
Vilna Ghetto (Court Sess. 27, 4 May 1961)

T/322Report on massacre of the Jews of Kamenets-Podolski; 11
September 1941 (NO-3154, Court Sess. 30, 8 May 1961)

T/669Letter from Lammers, Head of Reich Chancellery, to
Himmler about a report received by Lammers describing death
march from Lublin, and asking for intervention of Goering to
avoid repetition; 25 March 1940 (NG-2490, K-336613-4, TK-
514, B06-795, Court Sess. 38, 12 May 1961)

T/754Gestapo Duesseldorf sends IVB4 report on two children
from a mixed marriage, where the father tried to keep their
origins secret.  IVB4 asks to have them declared as Jews.
Attached is an order from the Head Office for Reich Security
to arrest the father; 20 October 1942 (B06-1107, Court Sess.
43, 17 May 1961)

T/759Letter from Luther to Eichmann (Dec. 42) announcing
that Romania, Croatia and Slovakia have agreed to the
deportation of the Jews in their jurisdiction; 10 January
1942 (K-210172, TK-324, B06-199, Court Sess. 43, 17 May
1961)

T/829Volume of weekly reports from the archives of the
Community of Prague  (Court Sess. 44, 18 May 1961)

T/888 Order for all Jews in Belgrade to report to Fire
Brigade Command Post at Tasmajdan;  failure to comply would
result in death.  Belgrade, 16 April 1944      (B06-1340,
Court Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/889 Anti-Jewish laws promulgated in Croatia between the
dates 6.5.41-17.1.42.  The laws, i.a., stipulated the
blocking of all bank accounts, the confiscation of all
safes, and the sequestration of all storage depots, while
prohibiting the handing over of anything to the Jews. (Y-
III, B06-1438, Court Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/890 Regulation (modelled on the Nuremberg Laws) issued by
an administration within the Croatian Ministry of the
Interior.  It is signed by Kvaternik, head of the
administration, and by Dr. Andre Artukovic, Croatian
Minister of the Interior; 21 May 1941 (Y-V-I, B06-1623,
Court Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/891Excerpts from speech given by Dr. Andre Artukovic,
Croatian Minister of the Interior, and published in People's
Journal.  The speech is full of denunciations of the Jews,
in Nazi style, and declares the Jews to be the enemies of
the Croatian state; 26 February 1942 (Y-V-2, B06-1624, Court
Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/892Part of a report on Nazi persecution of the Jews.  The
report, which was prepared by the State Commission for
Establishing the Crimes of the Occupiers and their Helpers
set up by the Government of Yugoslavia, was published in
June 1945 and describes the suffering of the Jews and life
in the concentration and extermination camps; July 1945 (J-
III-10, B06-1432, Court Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/893Testimony of Police Attache Hans Helm before a Yugoslav
military court.  Helm served in Belgrade in the years
1941/1942 under Dr. Wilhelm Fuchs and established Special
Operations Units.  His orders came directly from
headquarters in Berlin; 18 September 1946 (Y-III-4/5, B06-
1434, Court Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/894Excerpts from the examination of Dr. Wilhelm Fuchs in
Belgrade in which he confirms that instructions concerning
the treatment of Jews were received directly from Eichmann.
Jews were shot in a reprisal action in the concentration
camp; Sajmiste, 4 September 1946                      (J-III-
8, B06-1433, Court Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/895Testimony of Ludwig Teichmann before a Yugoslav
military court.  Teichmann was the commander of the Security
Service in Serbia.  He confirmed that some of the Jews
arrested were shot, some were killed by gas, and some were
sent to the East and found their death there; 17 September
1945 (Y-III-6, B06-1437, Court Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/896Two testimonies by August Meisner, SS and Police
Leader, before a Yugoslav military court.  He confirmed that
Jews were killed by shooting in  Sajmiste and other places.
During two months in 1942, a gas van sent from Berlin was in
function, and many Jews were put to death in it; 31 August
1946 (Y-III-4/5, B06-1435, Court Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/897Two excerpts from the testimony of Aleksander Benak,
translator for the Gestapo in Croatia.  He testified that
Abromeit was in contact with Kvaternik and [??] of the
Croatian Ministry of the Interior, and that together they
established assembly camps for asthe Jews from which they
were eventually deported; 26 May 1945 (Y-V, B06-1493, Court
Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/898Letter from Heydrich of IVB4 (new) to the Minister of
Finance, inviting a representative of the Minister to a
meeting in which the transfer of 260,000 Slovenes to Serbia
will be discussed; 21 April 1941 (NG-4897, B06-423, Court
Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/899Telegram from Eichmann to the representative of the BdS
in Lower Styria (Slovenia) concerning the appointment of a
commandant of a camp to be established for the purpose of
deporting Slovenes; 26 April 1941 (Y-I-1, B06-1080, Court
Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/90030 announcements from Eichmann assistants in Slovenia
on the deportations carried out June-September 1941.  Total
number of deportees: 14,000.  Note in particular the
document dated 7.6.41 in which details on the deportations
are given, and where it says, "in accordance with Eichmann's
instructions." 7 June - 27 September 1941 (Y-I, B06-1079,
Court Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/901Deportation headquarters in Marburg (Maribor) informs
Eichmann that the Slovenes will be subject to strict customs
control at the transit points into the Yugoslav areas; 23
June 1943 (Y-I, B06-1093, Court Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/902Note by Luther for oral report to Foreign Minister: It
concerns the the Croatian territories occupied by Italy,
where the Italian commander declared that the treatment of
the Jews will be the same as that of other inhabitants.
Luther suggests that the Italian Government be approached on
this matter; 24 June 1942 (NG-3560, K-212262, TK-326, B06-
658, Court Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/903The Foreign Ministry transmits to the Head Office for
Reich Security the contents of a telegram received from the
German legation in Zagreb.  The telegram confirms agreement
by the Croatian Minister of Finance to pay 30 Marks for each
Jew deported.  The deportations will be carried out by the
Police Attache; 16 October 1942  (NG-2367, K-212304, TK-326,
B06-87, Court Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/904Kasche, the German Minister in Zagreb, complains to the
Foreign Ministry about the lack of action by the Italians
against the Jews.  He asks that Eichmann be informed of
this; 20 November 1942 (NG-2345, K-212340, TK-326, B06-661,
Court Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/905The Foreign Ministry transmits to Eichmann report from
the German legation in Zagreb on the deportations carried
out and on the preparations for further deportations in the
coastal areas; 6 December 1942 (K-212351, K-212345-6, TK-
326, B06-1046, Court Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/906Kasche, the German Minister in Zagreb, complains to the
Foreign Ministry that the Italian treatment of the Jews is
too favourable.  He asks that IVB4 be informed of the
situation; 9 December 1942 (K-212356, TK-326, B06-1047,
Court Sess. 46, 19 May 1961)

T/907The German legation in Zagreb transmits to the Croatian
police a memo on a conversation between Abromeit and the
Croatian police commander regarding the deportation of the
Jews from Croatia.  Reference is made in the memo to the co-
operation between the Croatian police and the Germans.
Among other things, Abromeit will be responsible for
carrying out the deportation from the assembly camp to
Germany.  A copy of the memo was sent to Eichmann; 27
January 1943        (Y-II-2, B06-1081, Court Sess. 46, 19
May 1961)

T/908Kasche, German Minister in Zagreb, notifies the Foreign
Ministry of the beginning of the deportation of 2,000 Jews
in small groups.  He asks that Eichmann be informed; 4 March
1943       (NG-2348, K-212358, TK-326, B06-660, Court Sess.
47, 22 May 1961)

T/909Kasche, German Minister in Zagreb, notifies the Foreign
Ministry that preparations for the deportations have been
completed.  The first group will leave in March 1943.
Arrangements have been made with the railway authorities,
and at this stage 2,000 Jews will be deported in small
groups. He asks for escort personnel and that Eichmann be
informed; 4 February 1943            (Y-II-3, B06-1161,
Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/910Wagner, Foreign Ministry, transmits to the German
legation in Zagreb a letter from IVB4, signed by Guenther,
who requests the following information: (a) When will the
Jews still remaining in Croatia be deported to Auschwitz?
(b) How are the negotiations with the Italians concerning
the Jews in the territories occupied by them progressing? 10
April 1943 (NG-2347, K-212359, TK-326, B06-659, Court Sess.
47, 22 May 1961)

T/911The Italian Embassy in Berlin requests the return of
the Jewess Levy, an Italian national, who had been removed
from a concentration camp near Zagreb and deported to
Auschwitz; 4 February 1943 (B06-686, Court Sess. 47, 22 May
1961)

T/912Guenther replies to the Foreign Ministry that the
Jewess Levy is not in Auschwitz and there is no way to
ascertain her whereabouts; 13 April 1943 (K-364079, TK-549,
B06-687, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/913The Foreign Ministry turns to Eichmann in the matter of
the Jew Mario Sasson who was deported from Zagreb to
Auschwitz.  His German-Christian wife and three children
should be sent to Germany; 26 May 1943 (K-346717, TK-526,
B06-342, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/914Guenther replies to the Foreign Ministry that Sasson
died in the East; 15 November 1944 (K-346724, TK-526, BO6-
343, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/915Eichmann notifies the Foreign Ministry that he has
instructed the Police Attache in Zagreb to transfer the Jew
Guttmann to the area of the Reich. It is intended to send
him to Ghetto Theresienstadt; 2 July 1943 (K-346221, TK-526,
B06-1048, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/916Wagner, Foreign Ministry, cables the Police Attache in
Zagreb that there are still about 800 Jews in Croatia, and
he requests their transfer to the East; 15 July 1943 (NG-
2413, K-212365, TK-326, B06-655, Court Sess. 47, 22 May
1961)

T/917In a letter to the Commander of the Security Police and
the SD in Croatia, IVB4 requests the deportation of 400
Croatian Jews whom the Jewish Agency is trying to send to
Palestine; 19 July 1943 (Y-II-27/28, B06-1082, Court Sess.
47, 22 May 1961)

T/918In reply to IVB4's instructions to deport 400 Jews from
Croatia, Zagreb informs IVB4 that this matter has been
passed on to the Commander of the Security Police and the SD
in Croatia for action; 19 July 1943  (Y-II-29, B06-1083,
Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/919The Attache's Unit of the Head Office for Reich
Security advises Abromeit that in view of the changed
situation - the defeat of Italy - it is necessary to speed
up the deportations from the Croatian coastal areas; 16
September 1943 (Y-II-33, B06-1094, Court Sess. 47, 22 May
1961)

T/920The Attache's Unit notifies the Police Attache at the
German legation in Zagreb that, in order to carry out the
deportations from Croatian territory, which until now was
held by the Italians, a special unit, headed by Krumey, will
be established; 15 October 1943  (Y-II-36, B06-1095, Court
Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/921In a report of the German legation in Zagreb, the
writer sums up the activities against the Jews and encloses
a report from the Police Attache on this subject.  The
latter gives an accounting of the number of Jews still
remaining and makes suggestions as to their extermination;
22 April 1944 (NG-2349, B06-656, Court Sess. 47, 22 May
1961)

T/922Letter from von Thadden to Eichmann on the Jewish
Question in Croatia, which Guenther had raised.  Von Thadden
says that the main difficulty in the completion of the
deportations is the many mixed marriages in that country; 17
April 1944 (K-212369, TK-326, B06-1049, Court Sess. 47, 22
May 1961)

T/923IVA4b, in an unsigned letter (apparently addressed to
the legation in Zagreb), writes about the negotiations
between the Hungarian Government and Croatia on the
repatriation from Hungary of Jews who are Croatian
nationals.  According to information at hand, Croatia is
willing to accept them under certain conditions; 10 April
1944    (Y-II-41, B06-1084, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/924Zagreb replies to IVA4 that no agreement was concluded
between Hungary and Croatia on the repatriation of the Jews,
and that nothing is known about the matter in Croatia; 22
August 1944 (Y-II-42, B06-1085, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/925Letter from Guenther to von Thadden asking for the
dismissal of the Jew August Moss from his employment as a
geologist in the oil refinery "Petrolej"; 6 April 1944 (K-
214123, TK-328, B06-166, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/926The Foreign Ministry instructs the German Ambassador in
Sofia to begin negotiations with the Bulgarian Government in
regard to the expulsion of the Jews to the East.  The
Germans are willing to accept the Jews against a payment of
250 Marks for each deportee, and they are ready to send an
expert to help with the deportation actions; October 1942
(K-207522-3, TK-321, B06-1023, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/927Beckerle, the German Ambassador in Sofia, reports to
the Foreign Ministry on his meeting with the Bulgarian prime
minister.  The Bulgarians agree to deport the Jews to the
East, except for those who are needed for public works.
They suggest that a German adviser be sent to to assist the
Bulgarians; 16 October 1942 (K-207530, TK-321, B06-1024,
Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/928Eichmann informs Legation Counsellor Klingenfuss that
in Yugoslavia several Jews of Spanish nationality, who were
on their way from Bulgaria to Spain, have been arrested.
Eichmann requests that no further exit permits be issued to
Jews, as it is the official policy not to allow Jews to
leave areas under German control.  The arrested Jews have
been sent to a camp and will be deported.  Eichmann asks to
expedite the expulsion of the Jews within the framework of
the Final Solution of the Jewish Question in Europe.  The
deportations will be carried out by the Police Attache in
Sofia; 17 November 1942 (K-340074-5, TK-518, B06-127, Court
Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/929Klingenfuss, Foreign Ministry, transmits to Eichmann
copy of a report received from Sofia concerning the
deportation of Bulgarian Jews.  He asks whether it is
intended to send Wisliceny to Bulgaria as an Adviser; 23
November 1942 (K-207531, TK-321, B06-1025, Court Sess. 47,
22 May 1961)

T/930The Foreign Ministry informs the German Ambassador in
Sofia of the appointment of Dannecker as Adviser on Jewish
Affairs, with the aim to deport the Jews.  In the
negotiations, the Bulgarians must be asked to pay at least
100 Marks for each Jew deported; 4 December 1942 (K-207557,
TK-321, B06-233, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/931Mueller, on IVB4a stationery, writes to the Foreign
Ministry that he cannot spare Wisliceny for a position in
Sofia, since the latter is still busy in Bratislava.  For
the post of Adviser on Jewish Affairs in Sofia, Mueller has
designated Dannecker, who has served in a similar capacity
in Paris; 10 December 1942 (K-207555-6, TK-321, B06-1026,
Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/932Beckerle, the German Ambassador in Sofia transmits two
reports from Dannecker, in which the latter writes about his
discussions with the Bulgarian Ministry of the Interior and
with the Commissioner for Jewish Affairs, Belev. Programs
have been drawn up for the expulsion of the Jews of Thrace
and Macedonia.  The Ambassador adds that, although the
Minister of the Interior intends to carry out deportations
of all the Jews, at this stage only the Jews in the
conquered territories are concerned; 8 February 1943  (K-
207570-5, TK-321, B06-1028, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/933Beckerle, the German Ambassador in Sofia, informs the
Foreign Ministry that the Bulgarian Government has agreed to
deport 20,000 Jews.  If all goes according to plan, the
deportations can begin at the end of March; 16 February 1943
(K-207578, TK-321, B06-1029, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/934Dannecker reports on the agreement by the Bulgarian
Government to the expulsion of 20,000 Jews.  Belev has set
in motion the preparations for the deportations.  In order
to fill the quota, "undesirable Jews" will be transferred to
the occupied territories and deported from there; 16
February 1943 (K-207579-80, TK-321, B06-1030, Court Sess.
47, 22 May 1961)

T/935Von Thadden, Foreign Ministry, informs Eichmann of the
arrangements in Sofia and asks for his co-operation, to
ensure that the deportations from Bulgaria will begin at the
end of March, as planned; 18 February 1943         (K-
207577, TK-321, B06-1031, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/936Guenther informs the Foreign Ministry that all
preparations have been completed and that the deportations
from Bulgaria will begin on 15.3.43.  The Jews will be
expelled to the Generalgouvernment in two special trains per
week, each with 2,000-3,000 persons, escorted by German
police; 9 March 1943 (K-207587, TK-321, B06-1032, Court
Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/937Beckerle, the German Ambassador in Sofia, reports to
the Foreign Ministry on a session of the Bulgarian
Parliament organized by its Vice-President and a number of
its members to protest against the Jewish deportations.  As
a result, Peshev was forced to resign from his post.  The
Foreign Ministry passes on the contents of the report to
Eichmann; 26-27 March 1943 (K-208506, TK-322, B06-1033,
Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/938Agreement between Belev, Commissioner for Jewish
Affairs in Bulgaria, and Dannecker on behalf of the Germans.
The agreement, signed on 22.2.43, specifies the arrangements
and conditions for the Jewish deportations from Bulgarian
territory (including territories ceded to Bulgaria by
Yugoslavia). (B06-417, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/939On the basis of a telephone conversation with Eichmann,
Dannecker proposes a program for the deportation of the Jews
from Bulgaria; 23 February 1943 (K-207583-5, TK-321, B06-
204, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/940Wagner sums up the activities against the Jews and
their deportation from Bulgaria.  He mentions the arrival of
Dannecker who, as Adviser on Jewish Affairs, is charged with
the organization of the deportation; 3 April 1943 (K-207591-
4, K-207613-7, TK-321, B06-171, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/941The German Ambassador in Sofia transmits to the Foreign
Ministry a comprehensive report on the deportation of the
Jews of Thrace and Macedonia.  The report refers to
difficulties with the Bulgarian Government and on
Dannecker's and Belev's efforts to include in the expulsions
also the Jews living in the area of the old Bulgaria; 5
April 1943 (K-207603-9, TK-321, B06-1035, Court Sess. 47, 22
May 1961)

T/942Guenther requests the Foreign Ministry to bring
pressure to bear on the Bulgarian Government, so that it
will agree to deport the Jews living in the territory of Old
Bulgaria.  He voices his suspicion that the call-up of Jews
to labour camps is only a means to prevent their
deportation;  (K-207618-20, TK-321, B06-1036, Court Sess.
47, 22 May 1961)

T/943Report from the Sofia Gestapo to the Head Office for
Reich Security, Police Attache's Unit, on the difficulties
made by the Bulgarians concerning the Jewish deportations.
The Bulgarians expel the Jews from Sofia to provincial towns
and labour camps.  The writer sees this as a temporary phase
towards deportation to the East; 7 June 1943 (K-207639-45,
TK-321, B06-191, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/944Beckerle, the German Ambassador to Sofia, reports to
the Police Attache's Unit in reply to a letter from IVB4:
The deportation of the Jews from Sofia to the provincial
towns has been completed.  This deportation caused the
enmity of the local population against the Jews, because of
food shortages, etc.  At this stage, the government is not
inclined to deportations from outside the Bulgarian borders
and suggests not to exert pressure on the Bulgarian
Government on this point.  It is hoped that matters will
take their own course; 24 June 1943 (NG-096, K-344661-2, TK-
524, B06-420, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/945The Foreign Office informs the embassy in Sofia that
the matter raised by the Metropolitan of the Bulgarian
Church was brought to the attention of the Head Office for
Reich Security, but the latter is unable to fulfil the
request; 31 July 1944 (K-208557, TK-322, B06-1040, Court
Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/946Beckerle, the German Ambassador in Sofia, informs the
Foreign Ministry of an offer from England, via the Swiss
Protecting Power, to accept 5,000 Jewish children for
Palestine.  At the request of the Bulgarian Government, he
asks for instructions; 4 February 1943            (NG-1792,
K-207313-5, TK-321, B06-830, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/947Von Hahn, Foreign Ministry, informs Eichmann that he
has given instructions to the ambassador in Sofia to advise
the Bulgarians not to agree to send 5,000 children to
Palestine, as this would contradict German policy vis-a-vis
the Arabs; 8 February 1943 (K-207313, TK-321, Court Sess.
47, 22 May 1961)

T/948Bergmann, Foreign Ministry, instructs the embassy in
Sofia to oppose the emigration of 5,000 Jewish children to
Palestine.  It is suspected that the children will be
educated under British influence to become propagandists; 13
February 1943 (NG-1783, JM-02021, K-207211, TK-321, B06-831,
Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/949Rademacher notifies the German legation in Bucharest
that, according to information received, the Bulgarian
Government conducted separate negotiations with the British
concerning the emigration of Jews to Palestine.  The
Government must be strictly advised that Germany opposes
both the emigration and all negotiations of this type; 10
March 1943 (NG-2184, K-207354-5, TK-321, B06-400, Court
Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/950Guenther turns to the Foreign Ministry in the matter of
the alleged negotiations between the Bulgarian Government
and Great Britain concerning the emigration of 4,000 adults
and 4,000 children to Palestine.  He requests that steps be
taken to prevent such emigration; 2 April 1943    (K-210553,
TK-325, B06-1037, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/951The Foreign Ministry replies to IVB4 concerning the
negotiations between the Bulgarians and the British on
permission for emigration to Palestine: It is true that
there were such negotiations, but the Bulgarians claim that
these deliberations were only for appearances' sake, and
that emigration will not be authorised.  The Foreign
Ministry suspects that the Bulgarians conduct a duplicitous
policy, along the model of the Romanians; 7 April 1943 (K-
210551-2, TK-325, B06-1038, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/952Eichmann informs the Foreign Ministry of the
Bulgarians' intention to authorise emigration to Palestine
of a large number of Balkan Jews.  He asks "for information
and preventive action, if possible"; 4 May 1943 (K-207416,
TK-321, B06-1034, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/953Table summarizing the number of victims in the various
Greek communities during the Holocaust, as prepared by the
Central Organization of Jewish Communities in Athens; 5
August 1960 (G-I, B06-832, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/954The Foreign Ministry approaches Eichmann in the matter
of a Jewess converted to Christianity who was expelled from
her Hungarian town and on whose behalf the Bulgarian
Metropolitan has intervened.  Since the Foreign Ministry
wishes to be in the Metropolitan's good graces, it
recommends that the woman be returned or sent to
Theresienstadt.  (The request of the German Ambassador in
Sofia is enclosed); 28 July 1944 (K-208557, TK-322, B06-
1039, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/955Suhr, IVB4, warns the Foreign Ministry of dangers
arising from the Jews living in Greek territory.  He
proposes that they be "marked" and that part of the Jewish
Communities be arrested.  If, for the time being, it is not
possible to mark Jews of Italian nationality, it should at
least be done in the case of Jews who are Spanish nationals;
11 July 1942 (K-211586-8, TK-326, B06-997, Court Sess. 47,
22 May 1961)

T/956Suhr reports to the Foreign Ministry on the
mobilization of Jews for forced labour in Greece. The fact
that Jews of Italian nationality are exempt from this work
and that rich Jews flee from Greece to the territory
occupied by Italy points to the need to conduct the usual
anti-Jewish activities also in the Italian territory; 18
August 1942  (K-211572-3, TK-326, B06-998, Court Sess. 47,
22 May 1961)

T/957Telegram from Luther to the German Embassy in Rome: The
Italian Representative in Athens asks for instructions from
his Government on the Jewish Question.  The attitude of the
government in Rome must be clarified.  The Representative
received information on Guenther's role in the Jewish
deportations.  The latter is flying to Salonika and will
contact the Consulate General; 22 January 1943 (K-211549-50,
TK-326, B06-999, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/958Luther, Foreign Ministry, informs the consul in Athens
that Guenther has been sent to Salonika by the Head Office
for Reich Security to conduct negotiations on Jewish
affairs.  He will work in co-operation with the Ambassador
whose assistance is requested; 23 January 1943 (K-345672, TK-
525, B06-344, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/959Guenther asks the Foreign Ministry to send Wisliceny,
currently in Bratislava, to Salonika for six to eight weeks
to help with the deportation of its Jews; 25 January 1943 (K-
211546, TK-326, B06-1000, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/960Dr. Merten orders the Jewish Community, as from 25
February 1943, to wear the distinctive Jewish Star and to
mark all Jewish shops.  The Jews will be transferred to a
special area, at their own expense; 6 February 1943 (G-II,
B06-424, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/961Military Commander Dr. Merten, in the name of IVB4
Salonika, instructs Wisliceny on the size of the marking
sign to be worn by the Jews and on the marking of their
shops; 12 February 1943 (G-II, B06-425, Court Sess. 47, 22
May 1961)

T/962Wisliceny gives orders to Dr. Koretz, Chief Rabbi of
Salonika, on the marking of Jewish shops and flats with a
Jewish Star; 17 February 1943 (G-II, B06-237, Court Sess.
47, 22 May 1961)

T/963Merten issues orders regarding confiscated Jewish
property in Salonika: The confiscated shops must continue to
function and the income therefrom handed to the Greek
authorities; 15 June 1943 (B06-241, Court Sess. 47, 22 May
1961)

T/964Merten publishes an order forbidding membership of
Salonikan Jews in any organization whatsoever; 25 February
1943 (G-II, B06-238, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/965On Merten's instructions, Wisliceny orders Dr. Koretz
to collect the cash and close the bank accounts of Salonikan
Jews who have been deported.  The property will remain in
the hands of the Community; March 1943(G-II, B06-240, Court
Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/966Merten prohibits Jews from using telephones and public
transportation in Salonika; 13 February 1943   (G-II, B06-
427, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/967    Wisliceny orders the Jewish Community of Salonika
to deposit all the monies of the deported Jews in a special
bank account; 15 March 1943 (G-II, B06-428, Court Sess. 47,
22 May 1961)

T/968Merten informs the Jewish Community of Salonika that,
because of the flight of the Jewish physician Cuenos, 25
Jews will be taken hostage and will be shot if any command
is not heeded by the Jewish population; 21 March 1943
(G-II, B06-429, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/969Order from Wisliceny to Dr. Koretz: As Head of the
Salonika Jewish Community, Koretz will be responsible to the
Security Police and the SD for all the Community's affairs;
29 March 1943 (G-II, B06-430, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/970The Foreign Ministry transmits to Eichmann report
received from the German Consul-General in Salonika on the
steps taken by Wisliceny in Salonika, including wearing of
the Jewish Star, ghettoization, and marking of Jewish shops;
4 March 1943 (K-345673, TK-525, B06-1003, Court Sess. 47, 22
May 1961)

T/971The German Consul-General in Salonika reports to the
Foreign Ministry on the beginning of Jewish deportations to
Poland.  The action will be concluded within six weeks.
Nationals of friendly and neutral countries have so far not
been included, but it is recommended that this be the case
in the future; 15 March 1943 (K-211500, TK-326, B06-1004,
Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/972Von Thadden informs Eichmann that he has given several
states until 15 June 1943 to repatriate their Jewish
nationals from Salonika.  He asks that, for the time being,
no action be taken against these Jews; 4 May 1943 (K-211404,
TK-326, B06-1005, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/973The Foreign Ministry informs Eichmann that the French
Government has asked for permission for ten families of
French nationality to return to France from Greece.  The
Foreign Ministry does not wish to grant this request and has
given instructions to its embassy in Paris to reply that
these families have already been deported.  Eichmann is
asked to advise his staff accordingly; 21 May 1943 (K-
345341, K-345343, TK-525, B06-1006, Court Sess. 47, 22 May
1961)

T/974Notice received by Leon Kapon, Tel Aviv. The witness
was among the Jews of Salonika that were assembled in
"Liberation Square" on 11 July 1942.  He details the German
atrocities and identifies photographs made on that day; 27
November 1960 (B06-1117, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/975Picture of Salonikan Jews in "Liberation Square" (Court
Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/976Picture of SS men pouring water on Jew in Salonika who
had been beaten, in order to revive him for further beatings
(Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/977Picture of SS man forcing Jews in Salonika to do
exercises until they fall down from fatigue           (Court
Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/978Picture of Jew in Salonika being beaten with a stick by
German soldiers    (Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/979Picture of Jews in Salonika unable to continue after
six hours of exercises(Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/980Picture of Jews having to remove their hats in
"Liberation Square", Salonika(Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/981Picture of Jews in "Liberation Square", Salonika(Court
Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/982Picture of Jew in Salonika lying on the ground to
demonstrate exercises (Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/983Picture of Jews in Salonika lined up in a row, to watch
others demonstrating exercises (Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/984Picture of witness Nechama exercising at the orders of
a soldier (Salonika) (Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/985Internal Foreign Ministry memo on a complaint by the
Italian Embassy to the effect that the Adviser on Jewish
Affairs in Salonika had traveled to the Italian-occupied
territory in pursuit of Salonikan Jews who had managed to
flee there.  The Italians request non-interference in the
areas occupied by them and ask for the return from
deportation of the family Shaul.  Shaul had been a legal
adviser to the Italian Embassy in Greece and was deported to
Poland by Wisliceny; 3 June 1943 (81980-4, Tin-284, B06-
1007, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/986Internal Foreign Ministry memo signed by von Thadden
giving details on Wisliceny's journey to Athens.  The
Italians state that, regretfully,  they may one day have to
arrest Wisliceny on Italian soil.  Von Thadden spoke with
Eichmann on this matter who suggested that there is no basis
for complaint, since Wisliceny is a cautious official.
Eichmann will bring to the attention of Himmler that the
Italians are threatening to arrest a German police official;
17 June 1943  (TK-326, B06-1008, Court Sess. 47, 22 May
1961)

T/987The Foreign Ministry, in its reply to the Italian
Embassy in Berlin, rejects Italian complaints against
Wisliceny's activities and denies any intent to pursue Jews
who had fled.  A copy of this letter is sent to Eichmann; 24
June 1943 (B06-1009,Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/988The Foreign Ministry discusses with Eichmann the
treatment of Jews in Salonika who are Spanish nationals.
Although the Spanish Government did not avail itself of the
opportunity to return these Jews [to Spain], it may do so in
the future.  Therefore, they must be brought to Bergen-
Belsen, to see what the Spanish reaction will be in the next
two to three months.  Eichmann is requested to notify the
Special Operations Unit and also the camp commander.  The
treatment of these Jews must be such that there can be no
complaints if they are, indeed, returned to Spain; 26 July
1943 (NG-5050, JM-02032, B06-1010, Court Sess. 47, 22 May
1961)

T/989Bergmann, Foreign Ministry, informs the embassy in Rome
that, according to information received from the Security
Service, Jews in Greece are able to obtain Greek nationality
and thus to evade forced labour.  He requests intervention
with the Italian authorities; 15 February 1943 (NG-4957, K-
211541-2, K-211984-5, TK-326, B06-681, Court Sess. 47, 22
May 1961)

T/990Mackensen, German Ambassador in Rome, reports to the
Foreign Ministry on a decision by the Italian Foreign
Ministry in the matter of the treatment of the Jews in the
Greek territories occupied by Italy.  The procedure will be
as follows:  Jews of Italian nationality will be treated in
the same way as Italian Jews; Greek nationals will be sent
to camps in Italy; nationals of other countries or stateless
Jews will be sent to Greek islands; 12 March 1943 (NG-5051,
B06-683, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/991Two (identical) memos by Rademacher on Italian
treatment of Jews in the Greek territories occupied by
Italy.  He quotes Eichmann's opinion that the measures
applied by the Italians against them are not satisfactory;
19 March 1943 (NG-5051, K-211532-4, TK-326, B06-685, Court
Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/992Declaration by Wisliceny on the situation in Greece: He
submits timetable pertaining to his work, points out
Eichmann's role, and relates his conversations with Dr.
Koretz; 27 June 1947 (B06-235, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/993Von Thadden to Eichmann: It is not desirable to send
Spanish Jews from Salonika to Athens, even if the Italians
(who occupy Athens) are ready to accept them.  Requests
Eichmann to instruct the commandant of Salonika to refrain
from this transfer; 28 July 1943 (K-349383, TK-529, B06-421,
Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/994The Foreign Minisry sends to the Spanish Legation a
list of Jews of Spanish nationality who have been expelled
from Salonika.   Attached is a list of the monies and jewels
confiscated from these Jews.  The list was prepared by
Wisliceny, "Head of Special Commando for Jewish Affairs"; 2
December 1943(K-348339, K-348346, TK-528, B06-345, Court
Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/995Guenther replies to the Foreign Office that the Jewess
_[??]  (HOW TO SPELL?) was sent to the labour camp Birkenau,
and, for reasons of principle, it is impossible to allow her
to go to Switzerland; 14 September 1943 (K-345718, TK-525,
B06-1022, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/996The Charge d'Affaires of the Foreign Ministry in South-
East Europe, Neubacher, reports that in Athens only 1,200
out of 8,000 Jews have been registered.  Since those that
were registered are the "unimportant" ones, He proposes
postponing deportations until the rest are seized. Note in
Van Thadden's handwriting: He spoke with Eichmann by
telephone - the matter is a secret between Kaltenbrunner and
Neubacher; the deportations are to be carried out; 2
December 1943 (K-206574, TK-321, B06-176, Court Sess. 47, 22
May 1961)

T/997Guenther notifies the Foreign Ministry that Jews of
foreign nationality living in Greece are not yet required to
return to their countries of origin.  Such Jews will first
be sent to Bergen-Belsen, and from there their nationality
claims will be examined; 29 January 1944 (K-349980-1, TK-
529, B06-520, Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/998Von Thadden turns to Eichmann regarding the
"incomprehensible" request of the Army for payment for the
transports from Greece.  The Foreign Ministry assumes that
the matter will be settled by Eichmann's office; 11 October
1944 (K-345712, TK-525, B06-346, Court Sess. 47, 22 May
1961)

T/999Sworn statement by Erwin Lenz, former German soldier,
made to American investigators for Trial No. XII.  He
describes the concentration of the Jews in a city on the
island of Rhodes and their forced transportation on
unseaworthy boats, which sank near the island shores.  The
action was carried out by military personnel, under the
instruction of two SS men; 10 May 1947 (NOKW-1715, B06-1263,
Court Sess. 47, 22 May 1961)

T/1012 The chief of the gendarmerie in Transnistria reports
to his superiors on the murder of 1,200 Jews by the German
SS; 16 June 1942 (B06-476, Court Sess. 48, 23 May 1961)

T/1019Richter, Adviser on Jewish Affairs at the embassy in
Bucharest, transmits to Eichmann data on population
statistics in Romania, with special reference to the Jewish
population.  He promises to send more exact information; 30
June 1942  (B06-526, Court Sess. 48, 23 May 1961)

T/1048Eichmann writes to von Hahn, Foreign Ministry, that
according to reliable information, Jewish activists in
Romania are negotiating with Turkey for transit visas for
1,000 children and 100 accompanying staff who are to go to
Palestine.  Eichmann asks that this project be thwarted; 3
March 1943 (K-207357, TK-321, B06-231, Court Sess. 48, 23
May 1961)

T/1052Richter asks the German consuls in various Romanian
cities for information on local Jewish propaganda material
and for a list of Jews who still own radio sets; 16 March
1943 (B06-482, Court Sess. 48, 23 May 1961)

T/1054Eichmann passes on information to the Foreign Ministry
on preparations in Romania for emigration attempts to
Palestine.  In particular, he mentions a project planned for
1,500 Jews to sail on the "Smirnik", and asks that steps be
taken to prevent the emigration; 3 May 1943 (K-207414-5, TK-
321, B06-982, Court Sess. 48, 23 May 1961)

T/1060Eichmann requests von Thadden, Foreign Ministry, to
instruct Richter, German Embassy in Bucharest, to prevent
the emigration of the Jew Ausschnitt and to include him in
the general measures; 2 June 1943 (K-342071-2, TK-520, B06-
133, Court Sess. 48, 23 May 1961)

T/1072Dr. Alexander Safran, former Chief Rabbi of Romania
and a member of the Romanian Senate, describes in a
declaration the sufferings of the Jews of Romania during the
War; 26 June 1959 (SW-IV, B06-568, Court Sess. 48, 23 May
1961)

T/1073Report by the German Ambassador in Bratislava, von
Killinger, to the Foreign Ministry on the political
situation in Slovakia.  He describes the absolute control of
the Germans in Slovakia, e.g., orders given by the Germans
to the Slovakian Government, accompanied by threats of
arrest; 19  August 1940 (NG 2674, UM 02025, B06-1527, Court
Sess. 49, 23 May 1961)

T/1074Statement of Wisliceny on anti-Jewish measures in
Slovakia.  He describes his own role and that of Eichmann in
the expulsion of the Slovakian Jews. (Excerpts from a
declaration made to the Slovakian prosecutor); 6/7 May 1945
(B06-899, Court Sess. 49, 23 May 1961)

T/1100Material relating to the fate of the Lidice children,
from Vol. 4 of the Green Series, as well as judgment
published in same volume relating to the actions taken by
the Race and Resettlement Office in connection with the
children (Court Sess. 50, 24 May 1961)

T/1111The Foreign Ministry expresses its dissatisfaction
with Eichmann's refusal to permit visits by Slovakian
officials to the camps.  In the opinion of the Foreign
Ministry, this refusal will hamper the negotiations on the
continuation of the deportations; 14 January 1944 (K-213028,
TK-327, B06-1017, Court Sess. 50, 24 May 1961)

T/1114Translation of the Kasztner Report, with a declaration
by Dan von Weisl (Court Sess. 50, 24 May 1961)

T/1115Declaration by Mr. Tel concerning the Kasztner Report
(Court Sess. 50, 24 May 1961)

T/1132Von Thadden reports to Eichmann, that the
Representative of the Red Cross in Slovakia, Mr. Dunant, has
asked the Slovakian Government and the German Embassy for
permission to establish a Jewish children's home and a
Jewish old age home.  The German Embassy is opposed to this
project.  The Red Cross Representative has made his request
to the central authorities, and therefore the Foreign
Ministry is turning to Eichmann; 14 January 1945 (K-213009,
TK-327, B06-217, Court Sess. 51, 24 May 1961)

T/1137Luther telegraphs the German Ambassador in Budapest
about the discussion he had with the Hungarian Ambasador in
Berlin about the Hungarian Jews living in Germany and about
the Jewish Question in Hungary.  Luther summarizes the
German policy vis-a-vis Hungarian Jewry: their removal from
public life, wearing of the Jewish Star, and preparation for
deportation; 14 October 1942 (NG-5562, 477233-5, B06-1242,
Court Sess. 51, 24 May 1961)

T/1138IVB4a proposes to Himmler: Since the Territorial
Principle (see T/194, BO6-508) prevents confiscation of
money from German Jews residing in Hungary, the possibility
should be weighed of returning such Jews to Germany against
payment of 100,000 Swiss francs per head.  A similar
arrangement should also be made in Slovakia; 24 November
1942 (NO-2408, B06-510, Court Sess. 51, 24 May 1961)

T/1139Klingenfuss, Foreign Ministry, reports to Eichmann on
questions asked in the Hungarian parliament concerning Jews,
and on the replies given by the prime minister; 7 December
1942 (K-213304, TK-328, Court Sess. 51, 24 May 1961)

T/1145On the day of his arrival in Budapest, Veesenmayer
reports to the Foreign Ministry that he had met with Regent
Horthy and informed him that he, Veesenmayer has been
entrusted, together with Horthy, with setting up a new
government in Hungary; 19 March 1944  (NG-5524, 109841, Tin-
218, B06-1021, Court Sess. 51, 24 May 1961)

T/1146Sworn statement of Dr. Alexander Brody.  On behalf of
the Budapest Jewish Community he dealt with the needs of
those held in the Kistarcsa camp.  He testifies that he knew
about the deportations from this camp, and that, due to
intervention from various sources, a train was returned to
the camp.  After several days, while he was visiting the
camp, groups of SS men, headed by Novak, carried out the
deportation.  He recalls that at the time the members of the
Jewish Council were detained at Eichmann's headquarters.
(Statement accompanied by two permits that allowed Dr. Brody
to travel to and visit Kistarcsa camp) 23 January 1961 (BR-
II, B06-1445, Court Sess. 52, 24 May 1961)

T/1147Photograph of Novak (identified by Dr. Brody)   (Court
Sess. 53, 25 May 1961)

T/1149-The witness Margit Reich describes the deportation
T/1150  of her husband and submits photocopies of three
letters she received from him, one sent from a transit camp
and two from the deportation train; 27 November 1960 (B06-
1128, Court Sess. 53, 25 May 1961)

T/1152Photograph of Eichmann identified by witness Avraham
Gordon (Court Sess. 54, 26 May 1961)

T/1153Sketch made by witness Avraham Gordon of the Budapest
villa occupied by Eichmann (Court Sess. 54, 26 May 1961)

T/1168Nuremberg Diary - book by witness Gustave M. Gilbert,
containing notes made by him at the Nuremberg Trials (Court
Sess. 55, 29 May 1961)

T/1171Prof. Gilbert's diary, Vol. 1 (Court Sess. 55, 29 May
1961)

T/1172Prof. Gilbert's diary, Vol. 2 (Court Sess. 55, 29 May
1961)

T/1174Identity card, parts 1 and 2, of witness Joel Brand.
It is signed by Krumey and the Hungarian authorities. (Court
Sess. 56, 29 May 1961)

T/1175Joel Brand's letter of accreditation issued by the
Budapest Jewish Council (Court Sess. 56, 29 May 1961)

T/1176Report by Moshe Shertok (Sharett) and Joel Brand on
their meeting in Aleppo (Court Sess. 57, 30 May 1961)

T/1177Compilation of documents from the Weizmann Archives on
the Joel Brand mission (Court Sess. 57, 30 May 1961)

T/1215Veesenmayer reports to the Foreign Ministry on a Swiss
proposal to send 8,700 families (40,000 persons) to
Palestine from Hungary.  He notes that Eichmann is opposed
to this project.  Veesenmayer requests that the
Reichsfuehrer-SS be approached for a definitive decision.
Eichmann promises that if the deportations are resumed, they
will be carried out with all speed, and he will deport those
who had prepared to emigrate to Palestine; 25 July 1944 (NG-
1806, K-214025-7, TK-328, B06-161, Court Sess. 60, 31 May
1961)

T/1216Eichmann, at the time in Budapest, requests Guenther
to make sure that Jews will not be issued with transit visas
which would make it possible for them to emigrate to
Palestine (this in connection with the Swiss efforts).  He
suggests to apply delaying tactics until it will be possible
to carry out deportations; 24 July 1944 (K-209323, TK-324,
B06-182, Court Sess. 60, 31 May 1961)

T/1224Medical report on Dr. Imre Reiner (Court Sess. 61, 1
June 1961)

T/1236Photocopy of transit pass obtained by witness Arye
Breszlauer in Budapest with the help of, and as a worker
for, the Swiss legation.  This pass enabled him free
movement during curfew hours; 10 October 1944 (B06-852,
Court Sess. 61, 1 June 1961)

T/1237Report describing the foot march from Budapest to
Vienna, as recorded by Hungarian police officer Batizfalvy
and Arye Breszlauer; 22-27 November 1944 (B06-853, Court
Sess. 61, 1 June 1961)

T/1246Statement by Regent Horthy made at Nuremberg Trial XI
in which, among other things, he describes the dependence of
the Hungarians on the Germans.  All actions against the Jews
were carried out in accordance with German decisions, and
this was emphasized in particular by Veesenmayer and
Winkelmann.  Horthy stopped the deportations and was
arrested by the Germans, who set up a new government with
Szalasi as prime minister, and resumed the deportations of
the Jews; 4 March 1948 (Case XI Proc., B06-807, Court Sess.
61, 1 June 1961)

T/1248Testimony of Kaltenbrunner for at International
Military Tribunal against the chief war criminals.  Among
other things, he testified about Himmler's and Becher's
dealings in connection with the release of Jews for money,
and he complained about this to Hitler; 14 April 1946 (P-IV-
91, B06-1463, Court Sess. 62, 1 June 1961)

T/1249Sworn statement of Walter Schellenberg, head of
Department IV in the Head Office for Reich Security.  Among
other things, he testified on  Kaltenbrunner's great power
and influence, such that even Himmler was afraid of him; 19
November 1945 (PS-2990, B06-1470, Court Sess. 62, 1 June
1961)

T/1252  Article by Goebbels on [??] (Court Sess. 63, 2 June
1961)

T/1262Declaration by [Tuvia?] Arazi on documents pertaining
to the Mufti Court Sess. 63, 2 June 1961)

T/1269Mufti's diary.  On a page dated 29 September 1943, No.
5, he writes, inter alia: "Subject: The Jews of Italy,
France and Hungary, and who is the expert dealing with the
affairs of the Jews?" (B06-1304, Court Sess. 63, 2 June
1961)

T/1270Photograph of Himmler and the Mufti given by the
former to the latter as a souvenir (Court Sess. 63, 2 June
1961)

T/1271Photograph of Himmler and the Mufti, together with
others (Court Sess. 63, 2 June 1961)

T/1273Pocket notebook of the Mufti with, among others, the
following notation: "Meeting with Pruefer...proposal for
purging the Jews of Tripoli and seizing their property
before the evacuation."  (Court Sess. 63, 2 June 1961)

T/1275Labour permit of Avraham Levinson to work in Lublin.
(Court Sess. 63, 2 June 1961)

T/1276"Judenkarte" (Jewish card) issued to Avraham Levinson
by the SS and Police Leader in Lublin.  The card exempted
Levinson from liquidation.  (Court Sess. 63, 2 June 1961)

T/1277Letter from Himmler to Dr. Kersten; 21 March 1945
(Court Sess. 63, 2 June 1961)

T/1286Palestine Post, issue dated 13 March 1944 (Court Sess.
63, 2 June 1961)

T/1287Palestine Post, issue dated 15 March 1944 (Court Sess.
63, 2 June 1961)

T/1290Polish book, bulletin 4 (Court Sess. 64, 5 June 1961)

T/1291Picture of Christian Wirth, commandant of Sobibor
camp, submitted by Dov Freiberg (Court Sess. 64, 5 June
1961)

T/1292Sketch of Sobibor camp, submitted by Ya'akov Biskowitz
(Court Sess. 65, 5 June 1961)

T/1294  Promotion in rank of Christian Wirth; 19 April 1943
(Court Sess. 65, 5 June 1961)

T/1300Sketch of Treblinka drawn by Ya'akov Wiernik (Court
Sess. 66, 6 June 1961)

T/1301Photograph of the model of Treblinka in Kibbutz
Lohamei Ha-Getta'ot (Court Sess. 66, 6 June 1961)

T/1302Photograph of the model of Treblinka in Kibbutz
Lohamei Ha-Getta'ot            (Court Sess. 66, 6 June 1961)

T/1303Photograph of Kurt Franz, SS man in Treblinka,
identified by witness Kalman Teigman
(Court Sess. 66, 6 June 1961)

T/1314Confirmation of Kurt Gerstein's declaration by his
wife
(Court Sess. 67, 6 June 1961)

T/1317Photograph of Mrs. Jacob Edelstein and her son Arye,
submitted by witness Yehuda Bakon
(Court Sess. 68, 7 June 1961)

T/1318Photograph of sketch by Yehuda Bakon depicting
Auschwitz crematorium No. 2
(Court Sess. 68, 7 June 1961)

T/1319Photograph of sketch by Yehuda Bakon depicting
undressing cubicle in Auschwitz
(Court Sess. 68, 7 June 1961)

T/1320Photograph of sketch by Yehuda Bakon depicting gas
chambers in Auschwitz
(Court Sess. 68, 7 June 1961)

T/1321 Photograph of sketch by Yehuda Bakon depicting
crematoria Nos. 3 and 4 in Auschwitz
(Court Sess. 68, 7 June 1961)

T/1322Photograph of sketch by Yehuda Bakon depicting
"Muselmaenner" (dying men) in Auschwitz
(Court Sess. 68, 7 June 1961)

T/1323Photograph of sketch by Yehuda Bakon depicting
"Muselmaenner" (dying men) in Auschwitz
(Court Sess. 68, 7 June 1961)

T/1324Photograph of sketch by Yehuda Bakon depicting scene
in Auschwitz
(Court Sess. 68, 7 June 1961)

T/1325Photograph of sketch by Yehuda Bakon depicting
dispatch to crematoria in Auschwitz
(Court Sess. 68, 7 June 1961)

T/1326Picture of Yehuda Bakon and classmates in his hometown
Moravska Ostrova
(Court Sess. 68, 7 June 1961)

T/1327Testimony of Yehuda Bakon at Yad Vashem
(Court Sess. 68, 7 June 1961)

T/1328Suit of Amir in Auschwitz, confirmed by Oppenheimer
(Court Sess. 68, 7 June 1961)

T/1329German translation of Polish Report on Auschwitz
(Court Sess. 69, 7 June 1961)

T/1330Statement by Yehuda Bakon of 15 June 1960
(Court Sess. 69, 7 June 1961)

T/1333Picture appearing in album of witness Bedrich Steiner
(T/1118), p. 100, confirmed by Esther Goldstein
           (Court Sess. 70, 8 June 1961)

T/1334     Picture appearing in album of witness Bedrich
Steiner (T/1118), p. 160, confirmed by Esther Goldstein
          (Court Sess. 70, 8 June 1961)

T/1335Picture appearing in album of witness Bedrich Steiner
(T/1118), p. 106, confirmed by Esther Goldstein
         (Court Sess. 70, 8 June 1961)

T/1336Picture appearing in album of witness Bedrich Steiner
(T/1118), p. 108, confirmed by Esther Goldstein
(Court Sess. 70, 8 June 1961)

T/1337Picture appearing in album of witness Bedrich Steiner
(T/1118), p. 108, confirmed by Esther Goldstein
(Court Sess. 70, 8 June 1961)

T/1338Picture appearing in album of witness Bedrich Steiner
(T/1118), p. 103, confirmed by Esther Goldstein
(Court Sess. 70, 8 June 1961)


T/1339Picture appearing in album of witness Bedrich Steiner
(T/1118), p. 109, confirmed by Esther Goldstein
(Court Sess. 70, 8 June 1961)

T/1340Picture appearing in album of witness Bedrich Steiner
(T/1118), p. 107, confirmed by Esther Goldstein: People
going to work in Auschwitz
(Court Sess. 70, 8 June 1961)

T/1341Picture appearing in album of witness Bedrich Steiner
(T/1118), p. 102, confirmed by Esther Goldstein: Auschwitz
before a selection at the railway siding
(Court Sess. 70, 8 June 1961)

T/1342Picture appearing in album of witness Bedrich Steiner
(T/1118), p. 102, confirmed by Esther Goldstein: the railway
siding in Auschwitz after arrival of prisoners
(Court Sess. 70, 8 June 1961)

T/1343Picture appearing in album of witness Bedrich Steiner
(T/1118), p. 100, confirmed by Esther Goldstein: the railway
siding in Auschwitz
(Court Sess. 70, 8 June 1961)

T/1344Picture appearing in album of witness Bedrich Steiner
(T/1118), p. 104, confirmed by Esther Goldstein: electric
fence in Auschwitz
(Court Sess. 70, 8 June 1961)

T/1345Picture appearing in album of witness Bedrich Steiner
(T/1118), p. 104, confirmed by Esther Goldstein: electric
fence in Auschwitz
(Court Sess. 70, 8 June 1961)

T/1346Collection of pictures drawn by Sophia Rosenstock,
concentration camp prisoner
(Court Sess. 71, 8 June 1961)

T/1347Photograph of Bergen-Belsen - pile of unburied bodies
(Court Sess. 71, 8 June 1961)

 T/1348Photograph of Bergen-Belsen - pile of unburied bodies
inside a large pit
(Court Sess. 71, 8 June 1961)

T/1349Photograph of Bergen-Belsen - pile of unburied bodies
inside a large pit
(Court Sess. 71, 8 June 1961)

T/1350Photograph of people milling around aimlessly in front
of huts and tents in Bergen-Belsen
(Court Sess. 71, 8 June 1961)

T/1351Photograph of Bergen-Belsen - pile of unburied bodies
(Court Sess. 71, 8 June 1961)

T/1352    Photograph of Bergen-Belsen - pile of unburied
bodies
(Court Sess. 71, 8 June 1961)

T/1353Photograph of Bergen-Belsen - pile of unburied bodies
showing extraordinary emaciation caused by malnutrition
(Court Sess. 71, 8 June 1961)

T/1354Photograph showing how bodies were gathered in Bergen-
Belsen
           (Court Sess. 71, 8 June 1961)

T/1355Photograph of Bergen-Belsen - pile of bodies among
trees
           (Court Sess. 71, 8 June 1961)

T/1358Polish Government Main Commission's report on
Auschwitz (in Polish)
(Court Sess. 72, 9 June 1961)

T/1371Sworn statement of Josef Kramer, commandant of Camp
Natzweiler, who attests that in August 1943 he received 86
people from Auschwitz (in accordance with instructions from
Prof. Hirt), killed them in the gas chamber, and then sent
the bodies to Prof. Hirt's institute in Strasbourg; 26 July
1945
           (NO-807, BO6-790, Court Sess. 72, 9 June 1961)

T/137221 photographs of the skeleton collection in
Strasbourg
(Court Sess. 72, 9 June 1961)

T/1382Film of extermination camp shown in Sess. 70
(Court Sess. 73, 12 June 1961)

T/1383Film of extermination camp shown in Sess. 70
(Court Sess. 73, 12 June 1961)

T/1400Set of documents from T/1395-1398
(Court Sess. 74, 12 June 1961)

T/1402"Guide" issued by Main Office SS Court setting out the
jurisdiction, and regulations regarding that jurisdiction,
in force on 1 July 1944
           (Court Sess. 74, 12 June 1961)

T/1405Report on the experience gained and the problems
encountered during the first phase of deportations
(Warthegau) to the Generalgouvernement; 26 January 1940
(P-IV-39, BO6-1461, Court Sess. 73, 12 June 1961)

T/1406Memo by official in deportation office in Poznan:
Eichmann intructed by telephone that all those to be
deported must bring with them food for eight days.  The
deportations will begin on 1 April 1940 and will continue
daily; 8 March 1940 (P-IV-48, BO6-1485, Court Sess. 75, 20
June 1961)

T/1407     Eichmann cables Rapp in Poznan requesting a
report on the progress of the settlement of Germans from
Volhynia in the areas from which 120,000 Poles had been
banished; 30 March 1940 (P-IV-50, BO6-1486, Court Sess. 75,
20 June 1961)

T/1408Eichmann cables several officers of the Security
Police and the Security Service in the occupied areas of
Poland and the deportation center in Vienna, reiterating the
request of the Governor of Poland to give notification in
advance of the deportation timetables; 15 February 1941
(P-IV-80, BO6-1462, Court Sess. 75, 20 June 1961)

T/1412Report of the Kommandostab  of the Head Office for
Reich Security, as a summary of the reports by the
Operations Units which did not contain details of the anti-
Jewish activities, since information on these activities
from this period and henceforth were transmitted directly to
IVB4 (see testimony of Noske at IMT No. 9); 4 September 1942
(Microfilm Alexandria 1, BO6-1615, Court Sess. 75, 20 June
1961)

T/1419On the murder of the Jews of Berlin 24 November 1941
(Court Sess. 92, 11 July 1961)

T/1420Roethke informs Eichmann of the transport of 997 Jews
in the direction of Cholm (copies to the Security Police
commanders in Cracow and Lublin); 23 March 1943 (Court Sess.
93, 12 July 1961)

T/1421Roethke informs the Head Office for Reich Security
(Eichmann), as well as the Security Police in Cracow and
Lublin, of the departure of a train with 1,000 Jews in the
direction of Cholm; 25 March 1943. (Court Sess. 93, 12 July
1961)

T/1422Map of Poland (with emphasis on Cholm)
(Court Sess. 93, 12 July 1961)

T/1423Account book for 1958 from the office of the "Bund"
(Court Sess. 95, 13 July 1961)

T/1424Picture of Eichmann's office (116 Kurfuerstenstrasse)
(Court Sess. 98, 17 July 1961)

T/1425Eichmann's recommendation for promotion of Dannecker
(Court Sess. 98, 17 July 1961)

T/1426Book on the territories conquered by Germany
(Court Sess. 100, 18 July 1961)

T/1427Book on the territories conquered by Germany
(Court Sess. 100, 18 July 1961)

T/1428Newspaper excerpts on the appointment of Heinrich
Himmler
Court Sess. 101, 18 July 1961)

T/1429Report by "Action" planner to Head Office for Reich
Security, 24 June 1941
(Court Sess. 102, 19 July 1961)

T/1430Report by "Action" planner to Head Office for Reich
Security, 24 July 1941
(Court Sess. 102, 19 July 1961)


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