Nazi Conspiracy & Aggression
Volume II, Chapter XVI
Baldur Von Schirach
- Part 1
- A. Schirach's NSDAP Membership, NSDAP Positions, And Government
- B. Schirach Was An Intimate And Slavish Follower Of Hitler Since
- Part 2
- C. Schirach Was The Leading Nazi Conspirator In Destroying
Independant Youth Organizations And In Building The Nazi Youth
- C.(1) Schirach actively promoted the NSDAP and its affiliated
youth organizations before the Nazis seized power.
- C.(2) Schirach, on behalf of the Nazi conspirators, destroyed all
independant youth organizations or caused to be absorbed within the
Hitler Youth (Hitler Jugend).
- Part 3
- C.(3) Schirach was mainly responsible for the indoctrination and
training of German youth outside home and school.
- C.(4) Schirach was the principal Nazi conspirator in applying the
Leadership principle to German youth.
- C.(5) Schirach indoctrinated youth with the Nazi ideology.
- Part 4
- C.(6) Through the Hitler Youth, Schirach assisted the Nazi
conspirators in developing leaders and members of the NSDAP and its
affiliated organizations, including the SA adn the SS.
- C.(7) Schirach actively engaged in militarizing the Hitler Youth.
- Part 5
- D. Schirach Promoted The Accession To Power Of The Nazi
- E. Schirach Promoted The Consolidation Of Power Of The Nazi
- F. Schirach Promoted The Psychological And Educational
Preparations For Aggressive War And The Militarization Of
- G. Schirach's General Functions And Responsibilities As Party And
Government Leader In The Reichsgau In Vienna.
- Part 6
- H. Shirach Participated In The Conspiracy To Commit Crimes Against
Humanity, Particularly Anti-Semitic Measures.
- Legal References And
List Of Documents Relating To Baldur Von Schirach
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