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Nazi Conspiracy & Aggression
Individual Responsibility Of Defendants
Legal References And List Of Documents Relating To Ernst Kaltenbrunner
(Part 2 of 2)


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*3838-PS; Statement of Martin Sandberger, 19 November 1945, concerning Kaltenbrunner's treatment of prisoners. (USA 800) Vol. VI Pg. 737

*3839-PS; Statement of Josef Spacil, 9 November 1945, concerning the meaning of "resettlement" and "special treatment" (USA 799) Vol. VI Pg. 773

*3840-PS; Statement of Karl Kaleske, 24 February 1946, concerning the elimination of the Warsaw Ghetto. (USA 803) Vol. VI Pg. 775

*3841-PS; Statement of SS and Polizeifuehrer Juergen Stroop, 24 February 1946, concerning elimination of the Warsaw Ghetto. (USA 804) Vol. VI Pg. 776

*3842-PS; Statement of Fritz Mundhenke,7 March 1946, concerning the activities of Kaltenbrunner and SS in preparation for occupation of Czechoslovakia. (USA 805) Vol. VI Pg. 778

*3844-PS; Statement of Josef Niedermayer, 7 March 1946, concerning Kaltenbrunner's part in "bullet" orders at Mauthausen concentration camp. (USA 801) Vol. VI Pg. 782

*3846-PS; Interrogation of Johann Kanduth, 30 November 1945, concerning crematorium at Mauthausen and the activities of Kaltenbrunner there. (USA 796) Vol. VI Pg. 783

*3868-PS; Affidavit of Rudolf Franz Ferdinand Hoess, 5 April 1946, concerning execution of 3,000,000 people at Auschwitz Extermination Center. (USA 819) Vol. VI Pg.787

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*3870-PS; Affidavit of Hans Marsalek, 8 April 1946, concerning Mauthausen Concentration Camp and dying statement of Franz Ziereis, the Commandant. (USA 797) Vol. VI Pg. 790

D-46; Order designating Herzgenbosch as concentration camp, 18 January 1943. Vol. VI Pg. 1025

D-50; Order establishing concentration camps at Lublin, 9 April 1943. Vol. VI Pg. 1027

*D-473; Letter from Kaltenbrunner to Criminal Public Offices, 4 December 1944, concerning combatting of crime among Polish and Soviet-Russian civilian Laborers. (USA 522) Vol. VII Pg. 64

L-5; Order of Military Commander Southeast, 3 September 1944. Vol. VII Pg. 755

*L-18; Official report, Katzmann to General of Police Krueger, 30 June 1943, concerning "Solution of Jewish Question in Galicia" (USA 277) Vol. VII Pg. 755

L-31; Communique of the Polish-Soviet Extraordinary Commission for Investigating the Crimes committed by the Germans in the Majdanek Extermination Camp in Lublin. Vol. VII Pg. 772

L-34; Affidavits of Edmund Trinkl, Chairman of Amt I A 6 of the RSHA, 2 August 1945. Vol. VII Pg. 774

L-35; Affidavit of Rudolf Mildner, 1 August 1945. Vol. VII Pg. 780

*L-37; Letter from Illmer, Chief of the SIPO and SD of Radom, to subordinates, 19 July 1944, concerning collective responsibility of members of families of assassins and saboteurs. (USA 506) Vol. VII Pg. 782

*L-38; Affidavit of Hermann Pister, 1 August 1945. (USA 517) Vol. VII Pg. 783

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*L-41; Orders of Mueller, Chief of the Gestapo, 17 December 1942 and 23 March 1943, concerning transfer of workers to concentration camps. (USA 496) Vol. VII Pg. 784

*L-49; Affidavit of Otto Hoffman, Chief of SS Main Office for Race and Settlement, 4 August 1945. (USA 473) Vol. VII Pg. 795

*L-50; Affidavit of Kurt Lindow, Director of Office for Criminal affairs in RSHA, 2 August 1945. (USA 793) Vol. VII Pg. 796

*L-51; Affidavit of Adolf Zutter, 2 August 1945. (USA 521) Vol. VII Pg. 798

*L-53; Order from Commandant of the SIPO and SD for the Radom District to Branch Office in Tomaschow, 21 July 1944, on clearance of prisons. (USA 291) Vol. VII Pg. 814

*L-158; Circular letter from SIPO and SD Commander of Radom District, 28 March 1944, concerning measures to be taken against escaped officers and non-commissioned officer PWs. (USA 514) Vol. VII Pg. 906

*L-215; File of orders and dossiers of 25 Luxembourgers committed to concentration camps at-various times in 1944. (USA 243) Vol. VII Pg. 1045

*L-219; Organization plan of the RSHA as of 1 October 1943. (USA 479) Vol. VII Pg. 1053

*L-358; Extract from register of arrests by Gestapo in Poland, 1943. (USA 495) Vol. VII Pg. 1107

*R-110; Himmler order of 10 August 1943 to all Senior Executive SS and Police officers. (USA 333) Vol. VIII, 107

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*R-135; Letter to Rosenberg enclosing secret reports from Kube on German atrocities in the East, 18 June 1943, found in Himmler's personal files. (USA 289) Vol. VIII, Pg. 205

Affidavit B; Affidavit of Otto Ohlendorf, 20 November 1945, substantially the same as his testimony on direct examination before the International Military Tribunal at Nurnberg 3 January 1946. Vol. VIII, Pg. 596

Affidavit C; Affidavit of Dieter Wisliceny, 29 November 1945, substantially the same as his testimony on direct examination before the International Military Tribunal at Nurnberg 3 January 1946. Vol. VIII, Pg. 606

Affidavit D; Affidavit of Walter Schellenberg, 23 January 1946, substantially the same as his testimony on direct examination before the International Military Tribunal at Nurnberg 4 January 1946. Vol. VIII, Pg. 622

Affidavit E; Affidavit of Alois Hoellriegl 22 November 1945, substantially the same as his testimony on direct examination before the International Military Tribunal at Nurnberg 4 January 1946. Vol. VIII, Pg. 630

*Chart No. 1; National Socialist German Workers' Party. (2903-PS; USA 2) Vol. VIII, Pg. 770

*Chart No. 3; Organization of the SS. (USA 445) Vol. VIII, Pg. 772

*Chart No. 5; Position of Kaltenbrunner and the Gestapo and SD in the German Police System. (USA 493) Vol. VIII, Pg. 774

*Chart No. 19; Organization of the Security Police (Gestapo and Kripo) and the SD 1943-1945. (2346-PS; USA 480). End of Vol. VIII


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