Nazi Conspiracy & Aggression
Volume II, Chapter XVI
Gustav Krupp Von Bohlen Und Halbach
- Part 1
- A. In Furtherance Of The Nazi Conspiracy, Krupp Circumvented The
Restriction Imposed By The Treaty Of Versailles On The Rearmament Of
- Part 2
- B. After The Conspirators' Accession To Power, Krupp Lent His
Influence, Prestige, And Financial Support To The Consolidation Of
Their Control Over The German State.
- Part 3
- Part 4
- C. Under Krupp's Direction, The Krupp Firm, By Developing New
Instruments Of War And Producing Huge Quantities Of War Materials,
Furthered The Conspirators' Program To Create A Powerful Military
- Part 5
- D. Krupp Governed The Exports Of His Firm In The Light Of The
Military Requirements Of The Nazi Conspirators And The Accepted And
Discharged Important Administrative Responsibilities In Furtherance Of
The Conspirators' Program Of Economic Mobilization For War.
- Part 6
- E. Krupp Supported The Conspirators' Propoganda Program; Lent His
Organization To The Dissemination Of Nazi Propoganda Abroad; And Used
His Employees In Espionage Activities In Furtherance Of The Aims And
Purposes Of The Nazi Conspiracy.
- Part 7
- F. Krupp Publicly Approved The Successive Crimes Against The
Peace Perpetrated By The Nazi Conspirators.
- Part 8
- G. Krupp As Head Of The Krupp Concern, In Furtherance Of The
Common Plan To Exploit The People Of Occupied Countries And Prisoners
Of War, Was Responsible Ror Compelling Persons Forcibly Deported From
Occupied Countries And Prisoners Of War To Work Against Their Will And
Without Their Consent In The Manufacture Of Arms And Ammunitions.
- Part 9
- H. Contrary To Articles 4, 6, 7 And 46 Of The Hague Regulations,
1907, Articles 2 And 3 Of The Prisoners Of War Convention (Geneva
1929), The Laws And Customs Of War, And Articles 6(b) And 6(c) Of The
Charter, Krupp, As Head Of The Krupp Concern, Was Responsible For
Denying Adequate Food, Shelter, Clothing And Medical Care And
Attention To Prisoners Of War And Workers Forcibly Deported From
Occupied Countries, For Forcing Them To Work Under Inhumane
Conditions, And For Torturing Them And Subjecting Them To Indignities.
- 1) The prisoners of war and foreign laborers at the Krupp works
were undernourished and forced to work on a virtual starvation diet.
- Part 10
- 2) The prisoners of war and foreign workers at the Krupp
factories were forced to live in grossly overcrowded hutted camps and
otherwise were denied adequate shelter.
- 3) The prisoners of war and foreign workers at the Krupp factories
were denied adequate clothing.
- Part 11
- 4) Prisoners of war and foreign laborers at the Krupp workd were
denied adequate medical care and treatment, and as a consequence,
suffered severely from a multitude of diseases and ailments,
- 5) Russian juveniles were compelled to work at the Krupp
factories, and prisoners of war and foreign workers were generally
forced to work long hours, to and beyond the point of exhaustion.
- Part 12
- 6) The prisoners of war and foreign laborers used at the Krupp
works were beaten, tortured, and subjected to inhuman indignities.
- Part 13
- 7) The Krupp companies specifically requested and actively sought
out the employment of prisoners of war and foreign laborers.
- Part 14
- 8) Concentration camp laborers, who were brought to the Krupp
works at the request of Krupp officials, were subjected to
persecution, degradation, despoilment and torture in a manner to that
of prisoners of war and slave laborers.
- Part 15
- I. As Reward For His Participation In The Nazi Conspirators'
Program, Krupp Reaped Large Profits, Was Permitted To Expand His
Industrial Empire, And Received High Honors And Special Privileges
From The Nazi Government.
- Legal References And
List Of Documents Relating To Gustav Krupp Von Bohlen Und Halbach
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