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 JODL (concluded)
Oral evidence of defendant Jodl on Aggression against Czechoslovakia (see Part 15), U.S.S.R. (see Part 15), Partisan warfare (see Part 15); Scorched earth in Norway.
Oral evidence given by H. v. Buttlar Brandenfels, General on Armed Forces General Staff, on Partisan warfare
Oral evidence given by Herbert Buechs, Major on Luftwaffe General Staff, on Party clique around Hitler, Lynch law against "terror fliers".
Interrogatory read by Gen. Koller, Chief of Luftwaffe General Staff: on Lynch law against "terror fliers"
Interrogatory read by Dr. Percy E. Schramm, Professor of History, War Diarist of Armed Forces General Staff: on Defendant's attitude to politics, Hitler order prohibiting resignation of Generals.
Interrogatory read on by August Winter, General on: Hitler order prohibiting resignation of Generals, Russian campaign-its preventive character. Examined by Counsel for other defendants.
Submission of interrogatories
The case for SEYSS-INQUART
Oral evidence of defendant Seyss-Inquart, given on June 10th through 12th, 1946: on Austria - Defendant's role: Anschluss problem after World War 1; Murder of Chancellor Dollfuss and its political sequel; Hitler- Schuschnigg Berchtesgaden conference of 12.2.38; Schuschnigg's plebiscite plan; The Anschluss; Jewish question; Concentration camps.
Poland - Defendant's activities as Deputy Governor General Jews; AB (Extraordinary pacification) action;
on The Netherlands under defendant as Reich Commissioner
Nazification of administration; of police; of justice; of professions and education; Encroachments on finance; on economy; on cultural property.
Hostages; Concentration camps; Forced labour; Persecution of Jews; of Church; Famine at the end of 1944.
Examined on 11 and 12.6.46 by Counsel for other defendants.
Oral evidence given E. Glaise Horstenau,
Minister in Schuschnigg's and defendant's Cabinets
The Anschluss - defendant s role.
Oral evidence given on June 12th and 13th, 1946 by Friedrich Rainer, Gauleiter of Carinthia: On Austria: Hitler-Schuschnigg Berchtesgaden conference of 12.2.38; The Anschluss - defendant s role
Oral evidence given on 13.6.46 by Dr. Guido Schmidt, Foreign
Minister in Schuschnigg's Cabinet:
Austro-German agreement of 11.7.36 - its political
Hitler-Schuschnigg Berchtesgaden conference of 12.2.38;
The Anschluss - defendant's role.
Oral evidence given on 13.6.46 by Michael Skubl, Chief of Vienna Police: On Austria: The Anschluss - defendant's role.
Oral evidence given in Part 9 by Defendant Goering: On Austria: The Anschluss - defendant's role. Examined by Counsel for other defendants.
Tribunal's ruling and Counsel's argument on time limit for concluding speeches
Witnesses: Oral evidence given on 13 & 14.6.46 by Dr. Friedrich Wimmer, General Commissioner for internal administration and justice: On The Netherlands: Nazification: of Administration, of Police, Encroachments: on Cultural property, Hostages: Persecution of Jews
Oral evidence given by Dr. H. M. Hirschfeld,
Dutch General Secretary of the Ministry for Agriculture and
On The Netherlands:
Persecution of Jews,
Famine at the end of 1944
Oral evidence given by Ernst Schwebel, defendant's delegate in South Holland: On The Netherlands: Defendant's negotiations for a quick end to the war.
Examined by Counsel for other defendants
Submission of documents
The case for PAPEN
Oral evidence of defendant Papen, given on June 14, 17, 18 and 19, 1946: on Early military and diplomatic career; Parliamentary activities; Papen Cabinet of non-party experts - its programme; Vain efforts for formation of majority coalition; Final negotiations with Hitler and formation of his Cabinet on 30.1.33; Defendant's part in and attitude to policy and legislation of Hitler Cabinet; particularly as to Jewish question; as to Church and Concordat; Oppositionist Marburg speech; Blood purge of 30.6.34: fate of defendant's staff and his resignation.
Appointment as Ambassador Extraordinary to Vienna; His policy in Austria - its interpretation (see Mr. Messersmith's affidavits in Part I) by Defence : reconciliation and evolutionary solution of Anschluss problem; by Prosecution: undermining of Austrian Government and independence; Austro-German agreement of 11.7.36; Berchtesgaden conference of 12.2.38; The march into Austria; Assassination of defendant's assistant
His peace efforts whilst Ambassador to Turkey.
Examined by Counsel for other defendants.
Oral evidence given by Dr. Guido Schmidt, Foreign Minister in Schuschnigg's Cabinet: On: Austro-German agreement of 11.7.36, Berchtesgaden conference of 12.2.38
Oral evidence given on 19.6.46 by Hans Kroll, First Counsellor at German Embassy in Ankara, Turkey On: Defendant's peace efforts
Submission of documents
The case for SPEER
Oral evidence of defendant Speer: on Set-up of his Ministry of Armament and Munitions, its scope and responsibilities; Feeding and working conditions of foreign labour; of concentration camp inmates.
(For continuation of evidence, see Part 17.)
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