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ment of Jewish real property, with the

right to alienate it in part or in whole. 3326-PS, Verord

Verord- Freezing of property belonging to Jews nungsblatt, No. 39, who have emigrated from Holland p. 785, 20 Sept which is located in Holland. 1941. 3334-PS, Verord Prohibitions to employ a non-Jew in nungsblatt, No. 44, households headed by a Jew or where p. 846, 23 Oct 1941. a Jew is a member of the family,

whether permanently or temporarily but for an unbroken term of more than four weeks. Any contract contrary to this provision is inoperative. Penalties for the employer: imprisonment up to

one year and a fine up to 10,000 florins. 3328-PS, Verord No Jew can exercise any profession and nungsblatt, No. 44, trade without authorization from the p. 841, 23 Oct 1941. administrative authorities which may

refuse it or set up special conditions for its exercise. Adminstrative authorities may order the determination or the liquidation of any employment contract concerning a Jew. Any employer may terminate a contract with a Jew by giving notice on the first day of any calendar month if the general legal provisions of the contract provide for a longer term of notice, or if the contract is to expire normally at a date after 31 Jan 1942. An indemnity ranging from one to six times the monthly salary of the dismissed Jew may be, under certain circumstances, allocated as a settlement of all claims against the em

ployer. 3329-PS, Verord Exclusion of Jews from Dutch Chamnungsblatt, No. 47, ber of Arts in which membership, is p. 901, 25 Nov compulsory for all those active in the 1941.

field of sculpture, architecture, artisan arts, music, literature, theater, film industry and the press. Prohibition for a Jew or a person related to a Jew to be a member of an association affiliated

with the Chamber of Arts, to found or to take part in the foundation of such an association or to establish a foundation or to take part in its establishment or to benefit directly or indirectly from its property where such associations or foundations are affiliated with the Chamber of Arts. Penalty: not exceeding 5,000 florins.

3325-PS, Verord- Exclusion of Jews from the Dutch Ar-
nungsblatt, No. 11, beitsfront (N.A.F.).
p. 211, 1 May 1942.
3336-PS, Verord- Compulsory written declaration by
nungsblatt, No. 13, Jews of claims of any kind of which
p. 289, 23 May they are beneficiaries to be made at
1942.

banking firm Lippman, Rosenthal & Co.,
Amsterdam. Titles and other docu-
ments proving the claims are to be de-
livered to the bank at the time of the
declaration, all rights to such claims
being vested in the above mentioned
bank. The debtor can liberate himself
only in the hands of the bank and by
so doing is released. The declaration
embodies also rights on property or
chattels real, participations as in cor-
porations and partnerships; reversions,
expectancies.
Collections of all kinds of art objects,
art articles, articles of gold, platinum,
silver, as well as polished or rough di-
amonds, semi-precious stones and
pearls, belonging in part or in whole,
legally or "economically" to a Jew, must
be delivered to said bank, with excep-
tion of wedding rings and those of a de-
ceased husband, silver watches, used
table silver, provided that each person
belonging to the family of the owner
may keep only a cover consisting of 4
pieces, a knife, a fork, a spoon and a
dessert spoon; teeth-fillings of precious
metals.

A full recapitulation of the crimes perpetrated against the Jews by the German civil occupation authorities through the instrumentality of orders, decrees, and laws is contained in the statement of the Netherlands Government Commissioner for Repatriation. (1726-PS)

The above statement is also evidence of the fact that in February 1941 the first mass deportation of Jews from the Netherlands took place. On that occasion 1000 Jews were arrested and within a few months sent to Buchenwald and/or Mauthausen. Subsequently their ashes were returned to their relatives in Holland, against a payment of 75 florins for each. Deportation continued until September 1943, when the last of the Jews composed of the Jewish Council were sent to Westerbork (Holland). Of 140,000 registered "full” Jewish Netherlanders, 117,000 were deported to the East. (1726-PS)

LEGAL REFERENCES AND LIST OF DOCUMENTS

RELATING TO ARTUR SEYSS-INQUART

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series number, given in paren-
theses following the description of
the document, is the official exhibit
number assigned by the court.

091-PS

152

*176-PS

203

*437-PS

396

*812-PS

Letter from Rosenberg to Seyss-
Inquart, 11 September 1944, con-
cerning seizure of a library in
Amsterdam...

III
Report on Einsatzstab Rosenberg,
Working Group Netherlands,
signed Schimmer. (USA 707).... III
Extract from report, 19 June 1943,
by Frank to Hitler, concerning
situation in Poland. (USA 610)... III
Letter from Rainer to Seyss-
Inquart, 22 August 1939 and re-
port from Gauleiter Rainer to
Reichskommissar Gauleiter
Buerckel, 6 July 1939 on events in
the NSDAP of Austria from 1933
to 11 March 1938. (USA 61)..... III
Top secret report by Seyss-
Inquart concerning the situation
in the Netherlands Exploita-
tion and Nazification in period 29
May to 19 July 1940.....

III
Four Proclamations calling up
Dutch civilians for Temporary
Forced Labor...

III
Posters warning Dutch popula-
tion of reprisals and announcing
the shootings of hostages.....

III
Decree of the Fuehrer concerning
the exercise of Governmental au-
thority in the Lowlands, 20 May
1940. 1940 Reichsgesetzblatt,
Part I, p. 778...

III

586

997-PS

641

1162-PS

817

1163-PS

819

1376-PS

929

693255—47–64

Document

Description

Vol. Page

1621-PS

136

1660-PS

171

*1726-PS

227

*1780-PS

360

*1816-PS

Secret letter from Reichsfuehrer
SS to General Rauter, 12 Novem-
ber 1942, concerning procurement
of medico-psysiological appliances. IV
Decree for registration for active
service in Austria in the year 1938
of 16 June 1938. 1938 Reichsge-
setzblatt, Part I, p. 631..... IV
Statement of Netherlands Gov-
ernment in view of Prosecution
and punishment of the German
Nazi War Criminals. (USA 195).. IV
Excerpts from diary kept by Gen-
eral Jodl, January 1937 to August
1939. (USA 72)..

IV
Stenographic report of the meet-
ing on The Jewish Question, under
the Chairmanship of Fieldmarshal
Goering, 12 November 1938. (USA

IV
Report of Bureau of Statistics for
Provinces of the Ostmark, 15 De-
cember 1939, concerning Jews.... IV
Order of Reich Commissioner for
Occupied Netherlands Territories
concerning establishment of ad-
ministrative Courts Martial. 1941
Verordnungsblatt, p. 190..... IV
Order of the Reich Commissioner
for Occupied Netherlands Terri-
tories concerning Jewish Real Es-
tate, 11 August 1941. 1941
Verordnungsblatt, p. 655...

IV
Report on Mauthausen concentra-
tion camp, by investigating officer,
Office of Judge Advocate, Third
U.S. Army, 17 June 1945. (USA
249)..

IV
Excerpt from letter from Seyss-

261)...

425

1949-PS

586

2111-PS

735

2112-PS

738

*2176-PS

836

*2219-PS

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