A list showing the names of all other witnesses, preceding as well as subsequent, and the respective page numbers will appear in that part of the publication which covers the end of the Defence phase.
The case for SCHIRACH (concluded); Oral evidence of defendant Schirach: On Ideological education of youth (see Part 14). Pre-military training (see Part 14) ; Co-operation with SS (see Part 14); Fifth column activities (see Part 14); Forced labour of foreign youth; Deportation of Jews (see Part 14); Defendant's suggestion of reprisals for assassination of Heydrich (see Part 14)
Oral evidence given by Hartmann Lauterbacher, Chief of Staff of Reich Youth Leadership on: Antimilitarist trend in selection of staff; Defendant's attitude: To Church, To Jews; Fifth column activities. Oral evidence given by Gustav Hopken, Defendant's Adjutant on 27 & 28.5.46 on: Antimilitarist trend in selection of staff; Defendant's attitude: To Church, To Jews
Oral evidence given by Gustav Hopken, Defendant's Adjutant on: Antimilitarist trend in selection of staff; Defendant's attitude: To Church, To Jews
Oral evidence given by Fritz Wieshofer, Defendant's Adjutant on: Defendant's attitude: To Jews; Lynch law against airmen. Examined by Counsel for other defendants.
Submission of documents
The case for SAUCKEL:
Oral evidence of defendant Sauckel, given on 28, 29, 30 and 31.5.46.
On Early life; Party and State offices; Attitude to Nazi doctrines; to
Jews; Concentration camps,
Direction of labour commitment; Defendant's appointment as General Plenipotentiary for the Employment of Labour; Scope and limitations of his position; Central Planning Board.
Employment of foreign labour
Number of foreign workers in Germany; Proportion of volunteers; "Voluntary " recruitment by "shanghai-ing"; Legislation on compulsory labour service; Its implementation through pressure on Vichy authorities; with the help of Police; of Armed Forces; Conditions during transport to Germany; in transit camps; in labour camps; Disciplinary measures; Forced labour of juveniles; of women; Utilisation of prisoners of war and their transformation into civilian workers.
Examined on 29 and 31.5.46 by Counsel for other defendants.
The case for SAUCKEL (continued)
The case for SAUCKEL (concluded)
Oral evidence given on 31.5 & 1.6.46,
By Max Timm, Head of "Europe Office" in Reich Labour Ministry on: Defendant's co-operation with and limitations by other departments, His relations to and negotiations with Vichy authorities, Recruitment methods, Number of voluntary workers, Conditions in labour camps
Oral evidence given by H.Hildebrandt, Reich Labour Ministry official on:
His relations to and negotiations with Vichy authorities,
Number of voluntary workers,
Conditions during transport to Germany.
Oral evidence given by W. Stothfang, Defendant's personal adviser on: Defendant's co-operation with and limitations by other departments, Supervisory agencies for investigation of conditions
Oral evidence given on 3.6.46 by Dr. W. Jaeger, Medical Officer of Krupp Works on:
Conditions in labour camps.
Examined by Counsel for other defendants.
June 1 & 3: Submission of documents June 3
Argument on admissibility of evidence on the mass shooting of Polish officers in Katyn forest
The case for JODL. Oral evidence of defendant Jodl, given on 3, 4, 5 and 6.6.46. on Positions and duties since 1933 and during war; Attitude to and relations with Hitler.
Retrospective summary of 7.11.43 (see Part 1); Rhineland; Austria;
Czechoslovakia-plan for a provocative incident; Poland; Norway; Low
Countries; Yugoslavia and Greece; U.S.S.R; Collaboration with Japan.
Draft decree for liquidation of Soviet political commissars; Commando
order; Partisan warfare; Hostages; Lynch law against "terror fliers".
International Law-scheme of "justifications" for contemplated infractions, (see Part 2); Scorched earth in Norway; Slave labour; Deportation of Jews.
Examined on 5 and 6.6.46 by Counsel for other defendants.
(For continuation of evidence see Part 16.)
Albert Jodl examined
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