[Handwritten Note]: Was not dispatched [Initial]
I. Locations and signal communications.
The location and signal communications as given in Daily Report No. 110 dated 22 October 1941 remained unchanged.
II. Reports of the Einsatzgruppen and Einsatzkommandos.
No reports of the Einsatzgruppen.
To the Office Chiefs and Group Chiefs,
Adjutant's Office of the Chief of the Security Police and Security Service,For information:
The Main Office
The Departments I,II,III,IV,V,VI,VII
The subdepartments I A 1, II A 1, II D 1, II D 2, II B 5, IV A 1, IV B 4, IV D 3, IV E 5, VI C 1.
To the Adjutant's Office of the Reich Leader SS and Chief of the German Police.
Subject: Operation Barbarossa - Incorporation of the Office of the Operational Signal Officer [Einsatznachrichtenfuehrer] into the Command Staff [ Kommandostab].
1. The Decree II Hb No. 11 II/41, top secret, dated 3 July 1941, is amended to the effect that the office of the operational signal officer of the Reich Security Main Office attached to group II D (operations room) is discontinued effective 26 October 1941.
2. Beginning that day, the tasks hitherto performed by the operational signal officer of the Reich Security Main Office will additionally be attended to by the Command Staff existing at office IV in the Main Office Building, 3 Prinz-Albrecht Street, room 320, telephone number: Postal 54, extension 318. Thus the command staff will be responsible both for the technical and material evaluation of the reports of the Einsatzgruppen and Einsatzkommandos employed in the Operation Barbarossa.
3. Beginning that day, all reports and communications received from the Einsatzgruppen A to D , after having been registered and marked according to subject, are to be transmitted by the main office (special mail center) without delay to the command staff via office chief IV; reports coming in during the night to be submitted the next day at the beginning of office work.
November 14, 1998