The Nizkor Project: Remembering the Holocaust (Shoah)

Nazi Conspiracy & Aggression
Volume I Chapter VII
Means Used by the Nazi Conspiractors in Gaining Control of the German State
(Part 47 of 55)

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Charter of the International Military Tribunal, Article 6, especially 6(a). Vol. I Pg. 5

International Military Tribunal, Indictment Number 1, Section IV (D) 3 (e). Vol. I Pg. 21

[Note: A single asterisk (*) before a document indicates that the document was received in evidence at the Nurnberg trial. A double asterisk (**) before a document number indicates that the document was referred to during the trial but was not formally received in evidence, for the reason given in parentheses following the description of the document. The USA series number, given in parentheses following the description of the document, is the official exhibit number assigned by the court.]

200-PS; Confidential telegram from Berger to Reich Ministry for Occupied Eastern Territories, 8 July 1944 concerning forced labor of children. Vol. III Pg. 214

*318-PS; Agreement between Rosenberg and Leader of the National Socialist University Professors League (NSDoB), 2 December 1941.(USA 728) Vol. III Pg. 255

*404-PS; Excerpts from Hitler, Mein Kampf, pp. 456, 475. (USA 256) Vol. III Pg. 385

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1392-PS; Law on the Hitler Youth, 1 December 1936. 1936 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 993. Vol. III Pg. 972

1397-PS; Law for the reestablishment of the Professional Civil Service, 7 April 1933. 1933 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 175. Vol. III Pg.987

*1458-PS; The Hitler Youth by Baldur von Schirach, Leipzig, 1934. (USA 667) Vol. IV Pg. 22

1462-PS; First Execution Order to the Law of the Hitler Youth, 25 March 1939. 1939 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 709. Vol. IV Pg. 44

*1482-PS; Secret letter, 20 July 1933 to provincial governments and the Prussian Gestapo from Frick, concerning Confessional Youth Organizations. (USA 738) Vol. IV Pg. 51

*1850-PS; Conferences, 1933, calling for financing of military training of SA from Ministry of Interior Funds. (USA 742) Vol. IV Pg. 478

*1992-A-PS; Organization and Obligations of the SS and the Police from "National Political Education of the Army, January 1937". (USA 439) Vol. IV Pg. 616

2061-PS; Oath of Reich Officials and of German Soldiers, 20 August 1934. 1934 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 785. Vol. IV Pg. 702

2078-PS; Decree concerning establishment of Ministry for Science, Education and Popular Culture, 1 May 1934. 1934 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 365. Vol. IV Pg. 706

2084-PS; Law on formation of the Student Organization at Scientific Universities, 22 April 1933. 1933 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 215. Vol. IV Pg. 718

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2088-PS; Decree relating to tasks of Reichs Ministry for Education, 11 May 1934. 1934 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 375. Vol. IV Pg. 718

2115-PS; Second Executive Order to the Law for the Hitler Youth, 25 March 1939. 1939 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 710. Vol. IV Pg. 745

*2229-PS; The Reich Youth Leader at Work, published in National Socialist Party Press Service Release, 22 June 1933, pp. 2-3. (USA 668) Vol. IV Pg.870

2260-PS; Settlement of Relationship between NSDAP and Stahlhelm (Steel Helmets) published in National Socialist Party Press Service release, 21 June 1933. Vol. IV Pg.933

*2306-PS; Revolution of Education, by Baldur von Schirach, 1938, pp. 51-52, 63. (USA 860) Vol. IV Pg. 997

2340-PS; German public officials law of 27 January 1937. 1937 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 41. Vol. IV Pg.1058

2392-PS; Extracts from The Third Reich, 1933, Vol.I, pp.144-154. Vol. V Pg. 54

2393-PS; Extracts from The Third Reich, 1934, pp.218-224. Vol. V Pg. 58

2394-PS; Extracts from The Third Reich, 1935, Vol.III, pp.208-212. Vol. V Pg. 60

2395-PS; Extracts from The Third Reich, 1936, Vol.IV, pp.360-362. Vol. V Pg.62

*2396-PS; Handbook of Collected Youth Laws, Vol. I, Group 1, pp. 19a, 19b, 20. (USA 673) Vol. V Pg.63

2397-PS; National Socialist Handbook for Law and Legislation by Dr. Hans Frank, p. 566. Vol. V Pg.65

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*2398-PS; Cooperation of Hitler Jugend with Wehrmacht, 11 August 1939, published in The Archive, No. 65, August 1939, pp. 601-602. (USA 677) Vol. V Pg.66

2399-PS; Articles "School Community to replace parents' advisory committee" and "NSDAP takes over education of university students", published in The Archive, 1934, pp. 1039, 1147-1148. Vol. V Pg.67

*2401-PS; The Hitler Youth as recruits for future leaders, from Organization Book of NSDAP, 1938, pp. 80-81. (USA 430) Vol. V Pg.69

2435-PS; Extracts from The Coming Germany, The Education of the Youth in the Reich of Adolf Hitler, by Kaufmann. Vol. V Pg.113

*2436-PS; Extracts from Enjoyment, Discipline, Belief, Official handbook for cultural work in camp. (USA 859) Vol. V Pg. 119

2438-PS; Extracts from Boys in Service, handbook for boys 10 to 14 years of age. Vol. V Pg.132

2439-PS; Extracts from Girl in Vacation Camp, official publication of Reichs Youth Headquarters. Vol. V Pg. 136

2440-PS; Extracts from Boys, Your World, the yearbook of the Hitler Youth. Vol. V Pg. 139

*2441-PS; Affidavit of Gregor Ziemer, 4 October 1945, from his book "Education for Death". (USA 679) Vol. V Pg. 141

2442-PS; Guide of racial science and science of heredity of fostering congenitally sound progeny of family science. Vol. V Pg. 176

2443-PS; Extracts from Education in Greater German Reich. Vol. V Pg.178

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2444-PS; Extracts from German Reading Book for Elementary Schools, second volume. Vol. V Pg. 181

2445-PS; Extracts from German Reading Book for Elementary Schools, fourth volume. Vol. V Pg.183

2446-PS; Extracts from History Book for the German Youth. Vol. V Pg.184

2451-PS; Decree of Reichsminister of Education Candidates for Teacher's Positions to Prove themselves in Hitler Youth, published in Voelkischer Beobachter, Berlin edition, 22 October 1935. Vol. V Pg.187

2452-PS; Extracts from Organization Book of NSDAP, 1943. Vol. V Pg.187

2453-PS; Education and Instruction in the Upper Schools, official publication of the Reich and Prussian Minister of Education, 1938. Vol. V Pg.189

*2454-PS; Quotations from speeches of Hitler, published in Voelkischer Beobachter, Munich edition. (USA 676) Vol. V Pg.196

2455-PS; Statement by Hitler at Elbing, Germany, quoted in Voelkischer Beobachter, Berlin edition, 6 November 1933. Vol. V Pg.198

2456-PS Youth and the Church, from Complete Handbook of Youth Laws. Vol. V Pg.198

2458-PS; Constitution of the German Student Corps, 1934 Reichs Ministerialblatt, pp. 76-79. Vol. V Pg.199

*2567-PS; Decree signed by Himmler an von Schirach, concerning cooperation of HJ and SS, printed in The Young Germany, Berlin, February 1939. (USA 674). Vol. V Pg.301

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*2653-PS; The Way of German Youth, from The Third Reich, 5th Year, 1937, pp. 117-118. (USA 669). Vol. V Pg.359

*2654-PS; Organization and Insignia of the Hitler Youth, edited by Reich Youth Headquarters of NSDAP. (USA 675) Vol. V Pg.361

2655-PS; Concordat between the Holy See and the German Reich, Article 31. 1933 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part II, p. 679, 687-8. Vol. V Pg.364

2656-PS; The Bearer of Sovereignty, from speech of the Fuehrer at the Reichsparteitag, 1935. Vol. V Pg.365

2900-PS; Speech by Frick at Anniversary meeting of Hitler Youth, published in The Archive, January 1936, p. 1339. Vol. V Pg.567

2901-PS; Extract from The Book of the NSDAP, p. 95. Vol. V Pg.568

*3054-PS; "The Nazi Plan", script of a motion picture composed of captured German film. (USA 167) Vol. V Pg.801

*3751-PS; Diary of the German Minister of Justice, 1935 concerning prosecution of church officials and punishment in concentration camps. (USA 828; USA 858) Vol. VI Pg. 636

*L-360-H; Agreement between the League for Germandom in Foreign Countries and the Hitler Youth, 6 May 1933. (USA 671) Vol. VII Pg. 1108

*Chart No. 2; Totalitarian Control of Propaganda and Education. (USA 21) Vol. VIII Pg.771

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