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>Legal References And List Of Documents Relating To Rudolf Hess
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Charter of the International Military Tribunal, Article 6. Vol. I, Pg. 5

International Military Tribunal, Indictment Number 1, Section IV (H); Appendix A. Vol. I, Pg. 29/58

[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.]

*062-PS; Top secret Hess directive of 18 March 1940, concerning behavior in case of landings of enemy planes or parachutists. (USA 696). Vol. III, Pg. 107.

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*070-PS; Letter of Deputy Fuehrer to Rosenberg, 25 April 1941, on substitution of National Socialist mottos for morning prayers in schools. (USA 349) Vol. III, Pg. 118

*089-PS; Letter from Bormann to Rosenberg, 8 March 1940, instructing Amann not to issue further newsprint to confessional newspapers. (USA 360) Vol. III, Pg. 147

*098-PS; Bormann's letter to Rosenberg, 22 February 1940, urging creation of National Socialist Catechism, etc. to provide moral foundation for NS religion. (USA 350) Vol. III, Pg. 152

*101-PS; Letter from Hess' office signed Bormann to Rosenberg, 17 January 1940, concerning undesirability of religious literature for members of the Wehrmacht. (USA 361) Vol. III, Pg. 160

*107-PS; Circular letter signed Bormann, 17 June 1938, enclosing directions prohibiting participation of Reichsarbeitsdienst in religious celebrations. (USA 351) Vol. III, Pg. 162

*113-PS; Secret Order issued by Hess' Office signed Bormann, 27 July 1938, making clergymen ineligible for Party offices. (USA 683) Vol. III, Pg. 164

*388-PS; File of papers on Case Green (the plan for the attack on Czechoslovakia), kept by Schmundt, Hitler's adjutant, April-October 1938. (USA 26) Vol. III, Pg. 305

675-PS; Letter from Hess' office to Minister of Interior, signed Bormann, 25 August 1938, agreeing to invalidation of Concordat between Austria and Holy See. Vol. III, Pg. 482

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*784-PS; Letters from Minister of Justice to Hess and SA Chief of Staff, 5 June 1935, concerning penal proceedings against merchant and SA leader and 22 companions because of inflicting bodily injury on duty. (USA 732) Vol. III, Pg. 559

*812-PS; Letter from Rainer to Seyss-Inquart, 22 August 1939 and report from Gauleiter Rainer to Reichskommissar Gauleiter Buerckel, 6 July 1939 on events in the NSDAP of Austria from 1933 to 11 March 1938. (USA 61) Vol. III, Pg. 586

*837-PS; Secret circular by Hess, 3 February 1939, concerning National League of Germans abroad and the German Eastern League. (GB 265) Vol. III, Pg. 603

*838-PS; Letter from Hess' office signed Bormann, 6 June 1939, referring to Hitler's Decree of 6 March 1939 which precluded Christian Scientists from joining the Party. (USA 684) Vol. III, Pg. 605

*840-PS; Party Directive, 14 July 1939, making clergy and theology students ineligible for Party membership. (USA 355). Vol. III, Pg. 606

842-PS; Correspondence between Party officials, 30 December 1940, concerning killing of the insane. Vol. III, Pg. 609

*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

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1377-PS; Decree establishing a Secret Cabinet Council, 4 February 1938. 1938 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 111. Vol. III, Pg. 931

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

1393-PS; Law on treacherous attacks against State and Party, and for the Protection of Party Uniforms, 20 December 1934. 1934 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 1269. Vol. III, Pg. 973

*1395-PS; Law to insure the unity of Party and State, 1 December 1933. 1933 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 1016. (GB 252). Vol. III, Pg. 978

1416-PS; Reich Citizen Law of 15 September 1935. 1935 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 1146. Vol. IV, Pg. 7

*1417-PS; First regulation to the Reichs Citizenship Law, 14 November 1935. 1935 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 1333. (GB 258) Vol. IV, Pg. 8

**1654-PS; Law of 16 March 1935 reintroducing universal military conscription. 1985 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 369. (Referred to but not offered in evidence.) Vol. IV, Pg. 163

*1774-PS; Extracts from Organizational Law of the Greater German Reich by Ernst Rudolf Huber. (GB 246) Vol. IV, Pg. 349

*1866-PS; Record of conversation between Reich Foreign Minister and the Duce, 13 May 1941. (GB 273) Vol. IV, Pg. 499

1492-PS; Hess' participation in legislative process, published in Legal Regulations and Legal Problems of the Movement, by Dr. O. Gauweiler, p. 20. Vol. IV, Pg. 584

1969-PS; Correspondence of party officials, concerning killing of insane. Vol. IV, Pg. 602

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