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Nazi Conspiracy & Aggression
Individual Responsibility Of Defendants
Legal References And List Of Documents Relating To Alfred Rosenberg
(Part 1 of 2)

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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. 29,59

[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.]

*001-PS; Memorandum for the Fuehrer signed Rosenberg, 18 December 1941, concerning Jewish possessions in France. (USA 282) . Vol. III, Pg. 1.

*003-PS; Report of activity of NSDAP Bureau for Foreign Affairs, October 1939. (USA 603) . Vol. III, Pg. 10

*004-PS; Report submitted by Rosenberg to Deputy of the Fuehrer, 15 June 1940, on the Political Preparation of the Norway Action. (GB 140) . Vol. III, Pg. 19

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*007-PS; Report on activities of the Foreign Affairs Bureau from 1933 to 1943 signed Rosenberg. (GB 84) . Vol. III, Pg. 27

*016-PS; Sauckel's Labor Mobilization Program, 20 April 1942. (USA 168) . Vol. III, Pg. 46

*017-PS; Letter from Sauckel to Reichsminister for the Occupied Eastern Territories, 5 October 1942, concerning mobilization of foreign labor forces. (USA 180) . Vol. III, Pg. 60

*018-PS; Letter from Rosenberg to Sauckel, 21 December 1942, concerning labor in the East. (USA 186) . Vol. III, Pg. 61

*019-PS; Letter from Sauckel to Rosenberg, 17 March 1943, concerning draft of workers from the East. (USA 181) . Vol. III, Pg. 65

*031-PS; Memorandum, 12 June 1944, concerning evacuation of youths from the territory of Army Group "Center" and interoffice memorandum, Ministry for Occupied Eastern Territories, 14 June 1944. (USA 171) . Vol. III, Pg. 71

*054-PS; Report to Reich Ministry for Occupied Eastern Territories, 7 October 1942, concerning treatment of Ukrainian Specialists. (USA 198) . Vol. III, Pg. 90

*064-PS; Bormann's letter to Rosenberg, 27 September 1940, enclosing letter from Gauleiter Florian criticizing churches and publications for soldiers. (USA 359) . Vol. III, Pg. 109

*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

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*072-PS; Bormann letter to Rosenberg, April 1941, concerning confiscation of property, especially of art treasures in the East. (USA 357) . Vol. III, Pg. 122

*084-PS; Interdepartmental report of Ministry for Occupied Eastern Territories, 30 September 1942, concerning status of Eastern laborers. (USA 199) . Vol. III, Pg. 130

*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

*122-PS; Bormann's letter to Rosenberg, 17 April 1939, enclosing copy of Minister of Education letter, 6 April 1939, on elimination of theological faculties in various universities. (USA 362) . Vol. III, Pg. 173

*199-PS; Letter from Alfred Meyer to Sauckel, 11 July 1944, concerning forced labor of children. (USA 606) . Vol. III, Pg. 213

*212-PS; Memorandum from Rosenberg file concerning instructions for treatment of Jews. (USA 272) . Vol. III, Pg. 222

*254-PS; Letter from Raab to Reichsminister for Occupied Eastern Territories, 7 June 1944, concerning burning of houses in Wassilkow district. (USA 188) . Vol. III, Pg. 231

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*265-PS; Memorandum of oral report by Lyser to Rosenberg, 30 June 1943, on situation in district Shitomir. (USA 191) . Vol. III, Pg. 234

*290-PS; Letter from Rosenberg Ministry, 12 November 1943, concerning burning of houses in Mueller's district. (USA 189) . Vol. III, Pg. 240

*294-PS; Top secret memorandum signed by Brautigam, 25 October 1942, concerning conditions in Russia. (USA 185) . Vol. III, Pg. 242

*327-PS; Letter of Rosenberg to Bormann, 17 October 1944, concerning liquidation of property in Eastern Occupied Territories. (USA 338) . Vol. III, Pg. 257

342-PS; Decree, 13 October 1941, concerning confiscation of Jewish property. . Vol. III, Pg. 264

*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

*865-PS; Correspondence between Keitel, Rosenberg and Lammers, April 1941, concerning appointment of Jodl and Warlimont as OKW representatives with Rosenberg. (USA 143) . Vol. III, Pg. 621

*957-PS; Rosenberg's letter to Ribbentrop, 24 February 1940. (GB 139) . Vol. III, Pg. 641

1015-B-PS; Report on activities of Special Staff for Pictorial Art, October 1940 to July 1944. . Vol. III, Pg. 666

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