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Nazi Conspiracy & Aggression
Individual Responsibility Of Defendants
Legal References And List Of Documents Relating To Hermann Wilhelm Goering
(Part 1 of 3)


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Charter of the International Military Tribunal, Article 6. Vol. I, Pg 6

International Military Tribunal, Indictment Number 1, Section IV (H); Appendix A. Vol. I, Pg. 29,57

[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 ir 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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*069-PS; Letter from Bormann to Rosenberg, 17 January 1939, enclosing order of 28 December 1938, concerning decisions on Jewish question. (USA 589). Vol. III, Pg. 116

*141-PS; Goering Order, 5 November 1940, concerning seizure of Jewish art treasures. (USA 368) . Vol. III, Pg. 188

*343-PS; Letter from Milch, Chief of the Personal Staff, to Himmler, 31 August 1942, and letter from Milch to Wolff, 20 May 1942. (USA 463) . Vol. III, Pg. 266

*375-PS; Case Green with wider implications, report of Intelligence Division, Luftwaffe General Staff, 25 August 1938. (USA 84) . Vol. III, Pg. 280

*376-PS; Top secret memorandum signed by Major Falkenstein, 29 October 1940, concerning current military questions, including question of occupation of Atlantic Islands referring to the United States. (USA 161) . Vol. III, Pg. 288

*386-PS; Notes on a conference with Hitler in the Reich Chancellery, Berlin, 5 November 1937, signed by Hitler's adjutant, Hossbach, and dated 10 November 1937. (USA 25) . Vol. III, Pg. 295

*440-PS; Directive No. 8 signed by Keitel, 20 November 1939, for the conduct of the war. (GB 107) . Vol. III, Pg. 397

*447-PS; Top Secret Operational Order to Order No. 21, signed by Keitel, 13 March 1941, concerning Directives for special areas. (USA 135) . Vol. III, Pg. 409

*638-PS; Extract from minutes of Dr. Joel, 6 October 1942, concerning Special Purpose Group for Commando activities. (USA 788) . Vol. III, Pg. 452

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*686-PS; Decree of the Fuehrer and Reich Chancellor to strengthen German Folkdom, 7 October 1939, signed by Hitler, Goering, Lammers and Keitel. (USA 305) . Vol. III, Pg. 496

*710-PS; Letter from Goering to Heydrich, 31 July 1941, concerning solution of Jewish question. (USA 509) . Vol. III, Pg. 525

*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

*798-PS; Hitler's speech to Commanders-in-Chief, at Obersalzberg, 22 August 1939. (USA 29) . Vol. III, Pg. 581

*1014-PS; Hitler's speech to Commanders-in-Chief, 22 August 1939. (USA 30) . Vol. III, Pg. 665

*1015-I-PS; Letter from Goering to Rosenberg, 30 May 1942. (USA 385) . Vol. III, Pg. 670

*1117-PS; Goering Order, 1 May 1941, concerning establishment of Einsatzstab Rosenberg in all Occupied Territories. (USA 384) . Vol. III, Pg. 793

*1157-PS; Report on conference, 29 April 1941, concerning top secret plan for Economic exploitation of Soviet Areas (Oldenburg Plan). (USA 141) . Vol. III, Pg. 811

*1183-PS; Letter of Commissioner for FourYear Plan, 29 January 1942, concerning increased mobilization of manpower from Occupied Territories and preparation for mobilization by force. (USA 585) . Vol. III, Pg. 830

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1188-PS; Decree of Fuehrer concerning economy in newly Occupied Eastern Territories, 20 May 1941, and attached comment. Vol. III, Pg. 832

*1193-PS; Letter, 14 November 1941, transmitting report of conference of 7 November 1941 about employment of Soviet Russians. (USA 785) . Vol. III, Pg. 834

*1206-PS; Notes of Goering's remarks at the Air Ministry, 7 November 1941, concerning employment of laborers in war industries. (USA 215) . Vol. III, Pg. 841

*1208-PS; Goering Order, 10 December 1938, concerning Jewish question. (USA 590) . Vol. III, Pg. 845

*1301-PS; File relating to financing of armament including minutes of conference with Goering at the Air Ministry, 14 October 1938, concerning acceleration of rearmament. (USA 123) . Vol. III, Pg. 868

*1317-PS; Top secret notes taken by Hamann of a discussion of the economic exploitation of Russia, presided over by General Thomas, 28 February 1941 (USA 140) . Vol. III, Pg. 911

*1375-PS; Letter from Frank to Goering, 25 January 1940. (USA 172) . Vol. III, Pg. 925

1406-PS; Decree for reporting of Jewish owned property, 26 April 1938. 1938 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p.414. . Vol. III, Pg. 1001

1412-PS; Decree relating to payment of fine by Jews of German nationality, 12 November 1938. 1938 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 1579. Vol. IV, Pg. 6

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*1584-I-PS; Teletype from Goering to Himmler, 14 February 1944, concerning formation of 7th Airforce Group squadron for special purposes. (USA 221) .Vol. IV, Pg. 117

*1584-III-PS; Correspondence between Himmler and Goering, 9 March 1944, concerning use of concentration camp inmates in aircraft industry (USA 457) .Vol. IV, Pg. 118

**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

1665-PS; Order concerning treatment of property of Nationals of the former Polish State, 17 September 1940. 1940 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 1270. Vol. IV, Pg. 173

*1666-PS; Decree appointing Sauckel General Plenipotentiary for Manpower, 21 March 1942 and decree of Goering conferring certain powers on Sauckel, 27 March 1942. 1942 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, pp. 179-180. (USA 208) .Vol. IV, Pg. 182

*1709-PS; Report of Special Delegate for art seizures, July 1943. (USA 378) .Vol. IV, Pg. 211

*1742-PS; Directives to Army Commands from Goering, 26 October 1942, concerning combatting of partisan activities. (USA 789) .Vol. IV, Pg. 262

*1743-PS; Guiding principles for the economic operations in the newly occupied Eastern territories, June 1941. (USA 587) .Vol. IV, Pg. 263

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*1746-PS; Conference between German and Bulgarian Generals, 8 February 1941; speech by Hitler to German High Command on situation in Yugoslavia, 27 March 1941; plan for invasion of Yugoslavia, 28 March 1941. (GB 120) .Vol. IV, Pg. 272

*1780-PS; Excerpts from diary kept by General Jodl, January 1937 to August 1939. (USA 72) .Vol. IV, Pg. 360

*1809-PS; Entries from Jodl's diary, February 1940 to May 1940. (GB 88) .Vol. IV, Pg. 377

*1816-PS; Stenographic report of the meeting on The Jewish Question, under the Chairmanship of Fieldmarshal Goering, 12 November 1938. (USA 261) .Vol. IV, Pg. 425

1862-PS; Ordinance for execution of Four Year Plan, 18 October 1936. 1936 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 887.Vol. IV, Pg. 499

*2018-PS; Fuehrer's decree establishing a Ministerial Council for Reich Defense, 30 August 1939. 1939 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 1539. (GB 250) .Vol. IV, Pg. 650

*2031-PS; Decree establishing a Secret Cabinet Council, 4 February 1938. 1938 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 112. (GB 217) .Vol. IV, Pg. 654

2089-PS; Decree relating to Reich Air Ministry, 5 May 1933. 1933 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 241. .Vol. IV, Pg. 719

2104-PS; Law on organization of Secret State Police office, 26 April 1933. 1933 Preussische Gesetzsammlung, p. 122.Vol. IV, Pg. 730

2105-PS; Law on Secret State Police of 30 November 1933. 1933 Preussische Gesetzsammlung, p. 413. Vol. IV, Pg. 731

2108-PS; Law on Secret State Police of 10 February 1936. 1936 Preussische Gesetzsammlung, pp. 21-22. .Vol. IV, Pg. 732


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