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Nazi Conspiracy & Aggression
Volume I Chapter IX
Preparation for Aggression
(Part 14 of 14)


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

International Military Tribunal, Indictment Number 1, Sections IV (F) 1, 2; V. Vol. I Pg. 22,29

[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.]

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*789-PS; Speech of the Fuehrer at a conference, 23 November 1939, to which all Supreme Commanders were ordered. (USA 23) Vol. III Pg.572

*1143-PS; Letter from Schickendanz to Rosenberg, 20 October 1932, for personal transmission to Hess concerning organization of Air Force. (USA 40) Vol. III Pg.806

*1168-PS; Unsigned Schacht memorandum to Hitler, 3 May 1935, concerning the financing of the armament program. (USA 37) Vol. III Pg.827

*1639-PS; Mobilization book for the Civil Administration, 1939 Edition, issued over signature of Keitel. (USA 777) Vol. IV Pg. 143

**1654-PS; Law of 16 March 1935 reintroducing universal military conscription. 1935 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 369. (Referred to but not offered in evidence) Vol. IV Pg.163

*2194-PS; Top secret letter from Ministry for Economy and Labor, Saxony, to Reich Protector in Bohemia and Moravia, enclosing copy of 1938 Secret Defense Law of 4 September 1938. (USA 86) Vol. IV Pg.843

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*2261-PS; Directive from Blomberg to Supreme Commanders of Army, Navy and Air Forces, 24 June 1935; accompanied by copy of Reich Defense Law of 21 May 1935 and copy of Decision of Reich Cabinet of 12 May 1935 on the Council for defense of the Reich. (USA 24) Vol. IV Pg.934

*2288-PS; Adolf Hitler's speech before the Reichstag, published in Voelkischer Beobachter, Southern Germany Special Edition, No. 142a, 22 May 1935. (USA 38) Vol. IV Pg.993

*2289-PS; Hitler's speech in the Reichstag, 7 March 1936, published in Voelkischer Beobachter, Berlin Edition, No. 68, 8 March 1936. (USA 56) Vol. IV Pg.994

*2292-PS; Interview of Goering by representative of London Daily Mail, concerning the German Air Force, from German report in The Archive, March 1935, p. 1830. (USA 52) Vol. IV Pg.995

*2322-PS; Hitler's speech before the Reichstag, 1 September 1939. (USA 39) Vol. IV Pg.1026

*2353-PS; Extracts from General Thomas' Basic Facts for History.of German War and Armament Economy. (USA 35) Vol. IV Pg.1071

2907-PS; Notes of conferences of Reich. Ministers on 12 September 1933, 13 October 1933, and 14 October 1933. Vol. V Pg.572

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

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*3308-PS; Affidavit by Paul Otto Gustav Schmidt, 28 November 1945. (GB 288) Vol. V Pg.1100

*3474-PS; Manuscript notes by Bodenschatz on conference of German Air Forces leaders, 2 December 1936. (USA 580) Vol. VI Pg.199

*3575-PS; Memorandum, 19 November 1938, concerning meeting of Reich Defense Council. (USA 781) Vol. VI Pg.267

3581-PS; Letter from Minister of Interior to Minister of Propaganda Goebbels, 20 July 1934, concerning unauthorized press releases about military affairs. Vol. VI Pg.278

3585-PS; Letter from Chief of Staff of Army (von Fritsch) to Minister of War, 8 October 1934, enclosing memorandum signed by Brauchitsch 29 September 1934, on military situation in East Prussia. Vol. VI Pg.279

3586-PS; Directive to Counter Intelligence units, 16 October 1934, directing that new troop units which may be activated should be listed in telephone books only under camouflage designations. Vol. VI Pg.281

3587-PS; Memorandum from Beck, 14 November 1934, forbidding public use of designation "General Staff". Vol. VI Pg.282

*C-17; Extracts from History of the German Navy 1919-1939. (USA 42). Vol. VI Pg.819

*C-23; Unsigned documents found in official Navy files containing notes year by year from 1927 to 1940 on reconstruction of the German Navy, and dated 18 February 1938, 8 March 1938, September 1938. (USA 49) Vol. VI Pg.827

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*C-29; Directive of 31 January 1933 by Raeder for German Navy to support the armament industry. (USA 46) Vol. VI Pg.830

*C-32; Survey report of German Naval Armament after conference with Chief of "A" Section, 9 September 1933. (USA 50) Vol. VI Pg.833

*C-135; Extract from history of war organization and of the scheme for mobilization. (GB 213) Vol. VI Pg.946

*C-139; Directive for operation "Schulung" signed by Blomberg, 2 May 1935. (USA 53) Vol. VI Pg.951

*C-140; Directive for preparations in event of sanctions, 25 October 1935, signed by Blomberg. (USA 51) Vol. VI Pg.952

*C-141; Order for concealed armament of E-boats, 10 February 1932, signed by Raeder. (USA 47) Vol. VI Pg.955

*C-153; Naval Armament Plan for the 3rd Armament Phase, signed by Raeder, 12 May 1934. (USA 43). Vol. VI Pg.967

*C-156; Concealed Rearmament under Leadership of Government of Reich, from "Fight of the Navy against Versailles 1919-1935".(USA 41) Vol. VI Pg.970

*C-159; Order for Rhineland occupation signed by Blomberg, 2 March 1936. (USA 54) Vol. VI Pg.974

*C-166; Order from Command Office of Navy, 12 March 1934, signed in draft by Groos, concerning preparation of auxiliary cruisers. (USA 48) Vol. VI Pg.977

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

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*C-189; Conversation with the Fuehrer in June 1934 on occasion of resignation of Commanding Officer of "Karlsruhe". (USA 44) Vol. VI Pg.1017

*C-190; Memorandum of conversation with Hitler on financing Naval rearmament and assembling six submarines, 2 November 1934. (USA 45) Vol. VI Pg.1018

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

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

*EC-404; Minutes of conference of Sixth Session of Working Committee of Reichs Defense Council, held on 23 January 1934 and 24 January 1934. (USA 764) Vol. VII Pg.443

*EC-405; Minutes of Tenth Meeting of Working Committee of Reichs Defense Council, 26 June 1935. (GB 160) Vol. VII Pg.450

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

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

*L-79; Minutes of conference, 23 May 1939, "Indoctrination on the political situation and future aims" (USA 27) Vol. VII Pg.462

*L-172; "The Strategic Position at the Beginning of the 5th Year of War", a lecture delivered by Jodl on 7 November 1943 at Munich to Reich and Gauleiters. (USA 34) Vol. VII Pg.847

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*TC-44; Notice by German government of existence of German Air Force, 9 March 1935. (GB 11) Vol. VII Pg.920

TC-45; Proclamation to German People of 16 March 1935. Vol. VIII Pg.386

TC-46; German memorandum to Signatories of Locarno Pact reasserting full German sovereignty over Rhineland, 7 March 1936. Vol. VIII Pg.388

Statement VII; The Development of German Naval Policy 1933-1939 by Erich Raeder, Moscow, fall 1945. Vol. VIII Pg.684

Statement XIV; Hungarian Relations with Germany Before and During the War by Nicholas Horthy, Jr., Nurnberg, 22 February 1946. Vol. VIII Pg.756

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