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Legal References And List Of Documents Relating To Martin Bormann

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Charter of the International Military Tribunal, Article 6. Vol. I, Pg. 5. Vol. I, Pg. 5

International Military Tribunal, Indictment Number 1, Section IV (H); Appendix A. Vol. I, Pg. 29,60

[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.]

*025-PS; Conference report of 4 September 1942 concerning the importation of domestic workers from the East into the Reich. (USA 698). Vol. III, Pg. 67

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*057-PS; Circular letter from Bormann to Political Leaders, 30 May 1944, concerning justice exercised by people against Anglo-American murderers. (USA 329). Vol. III, Pg. 102

*058-PS; Hitler Order of 30 September 1944 concerning reorganization of the concerns of prisoners of war. (USA 456). Vol. III, Pg. 103

*061-PS; Secret Bormann letter, 11 January 1944, concerning large-scale organization for withdrawal of commodities from occupied territories for use of bombed-out population in Germany. (USA 692). Vol. III, Pg. 105

*062-PS; Top secret Hess directive of 13 March 1940, concerning behavior in case of landings of enemy planes or parachutists. (USA 696). Vol. III, Pg. 107

*066-PS; Bormann letter to Rosenberg, 24 June 1940, submitting draft for discriminatory church law for Danzig and West Prussia. (USA 689). Vol. III, Pg. 112

*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

*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

*071-PS; Rosenberg letter to Bormann, 23 April 1941, replying to Bormann' letter of 19 April 1941 (Document 072- PS). (USA 371). Vol. III, Pg. 119

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*072-PS; Bormann letter to Rosenberg, 19 April 1941, concerning confiscation of property, especially of art treasures in the East. (USA 357). Vol. III, Pg. 122

*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

*099-PS; Bormann letter to Reich Minister of Finance, January 1940, demanding that church assessments for the special war tax be greatly increased. (USA 688). Vol. III, Pg. 158

*100-PS; Bormann's letter to Rosenberg, 18 January 1940, urging preparation of National Socialist reading material to replace Christian literature for soldiers (USA 691). Vol. III, Pg. 160

*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

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*116-PS; Bormann's letter to Rosenberg, enclosing copy of letter, 24 January 1939, to Minister of Education requesting restriction or elimination of theological faculties. (USA 685). Vol. III, Pg. 165

117-PS; Bormann letter to Army High Command, 28 January 1939, opposing the establishment of an Army Corps of Chaplains. Vol. III, Pg. 167

*122-PS; Bormann's letter to Rosenberg, 17 April 1939, enclosing copy of Minister of Education letter, 16 April 1939, on elimination of theological faculties in various universities. (USA 362). Vol. III, Pg. 173

*123-PS; Confidential letter from Bormann to Minister of Education, 23 June 1939, in reply to memorandum of 6 April 1939 (122-PS) reporting the Party's decision to order the suppression of numerous Divinity Schools. (USA 686). Vol. III, Pg. 175

*131-PS; Bormann letter to Rosenberg, 12 December 1939, agreeing with suggestion that the University Chairs belonging to the Divinity School in the University of Munich be used for instructors at the Nazi Academy (Hohe Schule). (USA 687). Vol. III, Pg. 184

205-PS; Bormann Circular, 5 May 1943, containing detailed directions as to the treatment of foreign workers employed within the Reich. Vol. III, Pg. 218

*228-PS; Bormann Circular, 25 November 1943, demanding harsher treatment of Prisoners of War and the fuller utilization of their manpower. (USA 695). Vol. III, Pg. 225

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*232-PS; Bormann Order of 13 September 1944 establishing Party jurisdiction over the use of Prisoners of War for forced labor. (USA 693). Vol. III, Pg. 229

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

*654-PS; Thierack's notes, 18 September 1942, on discussion with Himmler concerning delivery of Jews to Himmler for extermination through work. (USA 218). Vol. III, Pg. 467

*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

705-PS; Secret conference, 12 January 1943, of the SS- Committee for General Labor in the German Zone. Vol. III, Pg. 511

*735-PS; Minutes of meeting, 6 June 1944, to fix the cases in which the application of Lynch Law against Allied airmen would be justified. (GB 151). Vol. III, Pg. 533

*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

841-PS; Secret Order of Goering, 28 December 1938, concerning Jewish problem. Vol. III, Pg. 606

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