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OKW Directive to the German
Intelligence Service in the East,
signed by Jodl, 6 September 1940.
(USA 130).

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Extract from transcription of
stenographic report on discussion
of current military situation, 12
December 1942. (GB 489)..

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Directive No. 20, Operation Mar-
ita, 13 December 1940. (GB 117). IV
Distribution list, 1 March 1941,
for secret map of Soviet Union....... IV
Conference between German and
Bulgarian Generals, 8 February
1941; speech by Hitler to German
High Command on situation in
Yugoslavia, 27 March 1941; plan
for invasion of Yugoslavia, 28
March 1941. (GB 120)....

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Propositions to Hitler by OKW,
14 February 1938. (USA 73).. IV
Excerpts from diary kept by Gen-
eral Jodl, January 1937 to August
1939. (USA 72).
Preliminary report on Germany's
crimes against Norway, prepared
by the Royal Norwegian Govern-
ment...

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Excerpt of speech by Jodl to Offi-
cers and officials of Armed Forces
Operations Staff, 24 July 1944.
(GB 493)..

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Entries from Jodl's diary, Febru-
ary 1940 to May 1940. (GB 88).. IV
Statement by Jodl, showing posi-
tions held by him. (USA 16).... V
Affidavit of Colonel-General Franz
Halder, 7 November 1945. (USA
531)...

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Affidavit of Field Marshal Walter
von Brauchitsch, 7 November
1945. (USA 535)..

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Affidavit of Colonel-General Franz
Halder, 13 November 1945. (USA
533)....

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Stenographic transcript of a meet-
ing in the Fuehrer's Headquarters,
27 January 1945. (USA 787).... VI
Examples of violations of Inter-
national Law and proposed coun-
ter propaganda, issued by OKW, 1
October 1938. (USA 90)... VI
Timetable for Barbarossa, ap-
proved by Hitler and signed by
Keitel. (USA 138)...

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Order signed by Warlimont for
execution of operation "Marita",
19 February 1941. (GB 121)..... VI
Raeder's report, 12 December
1939, on meeting of Naval Staff
with Fuehrer. (GB 86)....

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Orders postponing "A" day in the
West, November 1939 to May
1940. (GB 109).

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OKW Order No. 24 initialled Jodl,
signed Keitel, 5 March 1941, con-
cerning collaboration with Japan.
(USA 151).....

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Schmundt's Order of 9 June 1941,
convening conference on Barba-
rossa on 14 June. (USA 139). .... VI
Document signed by Hitler relat-
ing to operation “Otto”, 11 March
1938. (USA 74)...

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Directive signed by Jodl, 11 March
1938, on conduct towards Czech
or Italian troops in Austria. (USA
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Jodl Order on capitulation of
Leningrad, 7 October 1941...
Letter from Jodl enclosing memo-
randum on conference between
German and Italian Generals on
19 January and subsequent speech
by Hitler, 20 January 1941. (GB
119)
Extract from Naval War Staff
files, 18 March 1941, concerning
audience of C-in-C of Navy with
Hitler on 18 March 1941.
122).
Report of meeting between Raeder
and Hitler, 18 March 1941. (GB
122)..
Directive No. 2 from Supreme
Commander Armed Forces, ini-
tialled Jodl, 11 March 1938. (USA
77)...
Draft of directive, 15 June 1944,
from OKW to Supreme Com-
mander of “Luftwaffe" concerning
treatment of Allied “Terrorist".
flyers. (GB 310)..
Letter from Reichsmarshal to
Chief of OKW, 19 August 1944,
regarding treatment of Allied
“Terrorist”-flyers. (GB 312)....
Minutes of Tenth Meeting of
Working Committee of Reichs De-
fense Council, 26 June 1935. (GB
160)
Minutes of Eleventh Meeting of
Reichs Defense Council, 6 Decem-
ber 1935. (USA 772)..
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Statement II

ical situation and future aims".
(USA 27)...

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"The Strategic Position at the Be-
ginning of the 5th Year of War", a
lecture delivered by Jodl on 7 No-
vember 1943 at Munich to Reich
and Gauleiters. (USA 34)... VII
A Short Historical Consideration
of German War Guilt, by Alfred
Jodl, Nurnberg, 6 September 1945. VIII
My Relationship to Adolf Hitler
and to the Party, by Erich Raeder,
Moscow, fall 1945...

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Organization of the Wehrmacht
1938-1945. (Enlargement dis-
played to Tribunal.)....

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Statement IX

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6. ERNST KALTENBRUNNER

A. KALTENBRUNNER ENTERED THE NATIONAL SOCIALIST MOVEMENT IN ITS EARLY STAGES, AND SUPPORTED IT, AND WAS A LEADER IN IT UNTIL THE END.

Ernst Kaltenbrunner was born on 4 October 1903 at Ried on Inn (near Braunau) Austria. He spent his youth in Hitler's native district. Later he moved to Linz, where he attended the State Realgymnasium. He studied law and obtained a law degree in 1926. He spent the first year as apprentice lawyer at Linzeon-Danube and then worked as a lawyer-candidate, first at Salzburg and after 1928 at Linz (2938-PS).

Kaltenbrunner joined the Nazi Party and the SS in Austria in 1932. Prior to 1933 he was the District speaker (Gauredner) and legal counsellor (Rechtsberater) of the SS division (Abschnitt) VIII.

After 1933 he was the fuehrer of regiment (Standarte) 37 and later of the SS division VIII (2892-PS).

In January 1934 Kaltenbrunner was jailed by the Dollfuss government on account of his Nazi views, and sent with other leading National Socialists into the concentration camp Kaiser

steinbruch. He is said to have started and led a hunger strike of the prisoners and thereby to have forced the government to dismiss 490 National Socialist prisoners. In the following year he was jailed again because of suspicion of High Treason and committed to the military court at Wels (Upper Danube). After an investigation of many months the accusation of High Treason was dropped, but he was condemned to six months' imprisonment for conspiracy. His right to practice law was suspended because of his Nazi activities (2938-PS).

After the Spring of 1935 Kaltenbrunner was the leader of the Austrian SS. In the magazine of the SIPO and SD, issue of 15 May 1943, it is stated :

“It redounds to his credit that in this important position he succeeded through energetic leadership in maintaining the unity of the Austrian SS, which he had built up, in spite of all persecution, and succeeded in committing it successfully at the right moment. After the annexation, in which the SS was a decisive factor, he was appointed State Secretary for Security Matters on 11 March 1938 in the new NationalSocialist cabinet of Seyss-Inquart. A few hours later he was able to report to Reichsfuehrer SS Heinrich Himmler, who had landed at Aspern, the Vienna airport, on 12 March 1938, 3 a.m., as the first National Socialist leader, that the Movement had achieved a complete victory and that “The

SS is in formation and awaiting further orders.'(2938-PS) Hitler promoted Kaltenbrunner on the date of the Anschluss to the rank of SS Brigadefuehrer and leader of the SS Oberabschnitt Donau. On 11 September 1938 he was promoted to the rank of SS Gruppenfuehrer. During the liquidation of the Austrian national government and the reorganization of Austria into Alps and Danube Districts, he was appointed Higher SS and Police Leader to the governors of Vienna, Lower Danube, and Upper Danube, in Corps Area (Wehrkreis) XVII, and in April 1941 was promoted to Major General of the Police (2938-PS).

On 30 January 1943 Kaltenbrunner was appointed Chief of the Security Police and SD (RSHA), succeeding Heydrich, who had been assassinated in Prague in June 1942. Kaltenbrunner held this position until the end of the war (2644-PS).

On 4 October 1943 at Pozen, Poland, in a speech delivered to Gruppenfuehrers of the SS, Himmler made special reference to "our comrade Obergruppenfuehrer Kaltenbrunner, who has succeeded our fallen friend Heydrich” (1919-PS).

On 9 December 1944 the decoration known as the Knight's Cross of the War Merit, Cross with Swords, was given to SS

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