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Page Line j. 2 56 Because of our anarchy and because
we have sources of aid in the east.
Maginot line: I consider this im-
1. 2 59 Another possibility is the violation
of Dutch, Belgium, and Swiss neu-
the neutrality of these countries.
152 18 Here one had to consider what it would
mean for the French soldier who had
advance against Germany through neu-
the Nordic states unconditionally.
7. It would, however, be impossible for Eng
land and France to violate the neutrality
of this country against her will.
these countries were given at the insti-
n. 2 62 Actually England cannot help Po
the outbreak of a conflict between Germany and Poland. She would then say:
***we regret that we are unable to help. No.
0 o. 264 There remains an attack on Italy.
A military attack is out of the
wants to wage a long war.
153 17 Now many say: "England is prepared for
a long war". The Fuehrer believes this
opinion to be wrong. No.
q. 3 3 We will hold our position in the West
until we have conquered Poland.
Russia would become our enemy.
enemy did not count on my great
5 Among the Western powers there was hope
for the cooperation of Russia. No.
Page Line t. 3 9 I was convinced that Stalin would
never accept the England offer.
Page Line 154 8 But only a blind optimist could believe that
Stalin would be so crazy as not to see
through England's intentions. No.
u. 3 10 Russia has no interest in maintaining
Poland. v. 3 10 And Stalin knows that it is the end
of his regime no matter whether his soldiers come out of a war vic
torious or beaten. W. 3 12 Litvinov's replacement was decisive.
16 Stalin furthermore has to be afraid just as
much of a victorious army as of a beaten
x. 3 12 I brought about the change toward
154 17 The dismissal of Litvinov as Foreign Min
ister affected the Fuehrer like a gun shot.
took place, beginning with the fact that
the other diplomats.
resulted which led to commercial
(1) For a nonaggression pact.
Russia and Japan.
the Baltic provinces.
y. 3 13 In connection with the commercial
treaty we got into political conver-
aa. 3 17 The day after tomorrow von Ribben
trop will conclude the treaty. bb. 3 18 3 18 Now Poland is in the position in
4 The nonaggression pact was to be signed on
23 August. 7 Now we have the possibility to strike at the
heart of Poland, the military road, to the
best of our knowledge, is free.
which I wanted her.
We need not be afraid of a blockade.
The East will supply us with grain,
10 copies, 6th copy. The Strength
of the SS
[in pencil:] 81 (page 1]
Total strength of the SS on 30. 6. 1944 Allgemeine SS excluding members of the SS who are at present
serving as reservists in the Waffen SS. Not called up
64,614 Called up into the Wehrmacht..
115,908 Called up into R.A.D. (labor service)
722 Called up for other employment.
200,498 Waffen SS (serving with the colors and reservists)........ 594,443 SS total
Total strength of the Waffen SS
subordinate to the Operational HQ
of the SS High Command.... Waffen SS personnel at the Head Offices.
21,365 127,643 10,822
26,544 39,415 594,443
Members of the Waffen SS in the Head Offices (Excluding the Operational HQ of the SS High Command) SS Head Office......
9,349 Racial and Settlement Head Office of the SS...
2.689 SS Economic and Administrative Head Office (WVHA).... 24,091 Personal Staff of the Reichsfuehrer SS.....
673 SS Personnel Head Office
170 Head Office, SS Court of Justice.....
599 Bureau of SS Obergruppenfuehrer Heissmeyer.