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Nazi Conspiracy & Aggression
Individual Responsibility Of Defendants
Legal References And List Of Documents Relating To Wilhelm Keitel
(Part 1 of 4)

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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. 29,66

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[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.]

081-PS; Letter from Rosenberg to Keitel, 28 February 1942, concerning mistreatment of Soviet prisoners of war. Vol. III, Pg. 126

*137-PS; Copy of Order from Keitel to Commanding General of Netherlands, 5 July 1940, to cooperate with the Einsatzstab Rosenberg. (USA 379). Vol. III, Pg. 185

138-PS; Copy of Order from Keitel to Commanding General of France, 17 September 1940, to cooperate with the Einsatzstab Rosenberg. Vol. III, Pg. 186

*149-PS; Hitler Order, 1 March 1942, establishing authority of Einsatzstab Rosenberg. (USA 369) Vol. III, Pg. 190

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

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*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

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

*444-PS; Original Directive No. 18 from Fuehrer's Headquarters signed by Hitler and initialled by Jodl, 12 November 1940, concerning plans for prosecution of war in Mediterranean Area and occupation of Greece. (GB 116). Vol. III, Pg. 403

*446-PS; Top secret Fuehrer Order No. 21 signed by Hitler and initialled by Jodl, Warlimont and Keitel, 18 December 1940, concerning the Invasion of Russia (case Barbarossa). (USA 31). Vol. III, Pg. 407

*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

*448-PS; Hitler Order No. 22, initialled by Keitel and Jodl, 11 January 1941, concerning participation of German Forces in the Fighting in the Mediterranean Theater of Operations. (GB 118). Vol. III, Pg. 413

*498-PS; Top Secret Fuehrer Order for killing of commandos, 18 October 1942. (USA 501). Vol. III, Pg. 416

*503-PS; Letter signed by Jodl, 19 October 1942, concerning Hitler's explanation of his commando order of the day before (Document 498-PS). (USA 542). Vol. III, Pg. 426

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*508-PS; OKW correspondence, November 942, about shooting of British glider troops in Norway. (USA 545). Vol. III, Pg. 430

*509-PS; Telegram to OKW, 7 November 1943, reporting "special treatment" for three British commandos. (USA 547). Vol. III, Pg. 433

*512-PS; Teletype from Army Commander in Norway, 13 December 1942, concerning interrogation of saboteurs before shooting; and memorandum in reply from OKW, 14 December 1942. (USA 546). Vol. III, Pg. 433

*531-PS; OKW memorandum, 23 June 1944, citing inquiry from Supreme Command West about treatment of paratroopers. (USA 550). Vol. III, Pg. 435

*537-PS; Order signed by Keitel, 30 July 1944, concerning treatment of members of foreign "Military Missions", captured together with partisans. (USA 553). Vol. III, Pg. 439

*551-PS; Order signed by Keitel, 26 June 1944, concerning treatment of Commando participants. (USA 551). Vol. III, Pg. 440

*553-PS; Order signed by Keitel, 4 August 1942, regulating treatment of paratroops. (USA 500). Vol. III, Pg. 441

*556-2-PS; Order initialled by Keitel, 8 September 1942, for civilians to work on "West Wall". (USA 194). Vol. III, Pg. 443

*656-PS; Letter, undated, from Bormann to Political leaders, enclosing Order of Supreme Command of the Wehrmacht, 29 January 1943, relating to self-defense against prisoners of war. (USA 339). Vol. III, Pg. 470

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666-PS; Directives issued by the Fuehrer and Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces signed by Keitel, 7 December 1941, for prosecution of offenses against the Reich. Vol. III, Pg. 474

*668-PS; Letter from Chief of the SIPO and SD and OKW letter, 24 June 1942, concerning prosecution of punishable offenses against the Reich or occupation forces in occupied territories. (USA 504). Vol. III, Pg. 476

*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

695-PS; OKW Order signed by Reinecke, 24 March 1942, concerning treatment of Soviet prisoners of war. Vol. III, Pg. 498

*728-PS; Letter of Foreign Office to Chief of Supreme Command of Armed Forces, 20 June 1944, concerning treatment of enemy terror aviators. (GB 152). Vol. III, Pg. 526

729-PS; Handwritten note initialled Keitel, 14 June 1944, concerning treatment of enemy terror aviators. Vol. III, Pg. 529

730-PS; Draft of letter to Foreign Office, attention Ambassador Ritter, 15 June 1944, concerning treatment of enemy aviators. Vol. III, Pg. 530

731-PS; Memorandum initialled by Jodl, 22 May, concerning measures to be taken against Anglo-American air crews in special instances. Vol. III, Pg. 531

732-PS; Letter from Feske to Keitel, 19 June 1944, concerning treatment of enemy terror aviators. Vol. III, Pg. 532

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