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Order of Gestapo Office, Darm-
stadt, 7 December 1938, concern-
ing treatment of articles secured
during protest action against Jews.. VI
File of circulars from Reichsfueh-
rer SS, the OKW, Inspector of
Concentration Camps, Chief of
Security Police and SD, dating
from 29 October 1941 through 22
February 1944, relative to pro-
cedure in cases of unnatural death
of Soviet PW, execution of Soviet
PW, etc. (GB 277)....

VII
Order of Hitler, 30 July 1944, con-
cerning combatting of "terrorists"
and "saboteurs" in Occupied Ter-
ritories. (GB 298)...

VII
Circular of OKW, 18 August 1944,
regarding penal jurisdiction of non-
German civilians in Occupied Ter-
ritories. (GB 300)...

VII
Official report, Katzmann to Gen-
eral of Police Krueger, 30 June
1943, concerning "Solution of Jew-
ish Question in Galicia". (USA
277)....

VII
Letter from Illmer, Chief of the
SIPO and SD of Radom, to sub-
ordinates, 19 July 1944, concern-
ing collective responsibility of
members of families of assassins
and saboteurs. (USA 506).

VII
Orders of Mueller, Chief of the
Gestapo, 17 December 1942 and
23 March 1943, concerning trans-
fer of workers to concentration
camps. (USA 496)

VII
Affidavit of Adolf Zutter, 2 Au-
gust 1945. (USA 521)...

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Order from Commandant of the
SIPO and SD for the Radom Dis-
trict to Branch Office in Tomas-
chow, 21 July 1944, on clearance
of prisons. (USA 291)....
Express letter from Sauckel to
Presidents of Landes Employment
Office, 26 November 1942, con-
cerning employment of Jews and
exchange of Jews in essential em-
ployment against Polish labor.
(USA 177)....
Top secret letter issued by the
Commandant of the SIPO and
SD, District Radom, 24 February
1944, concerning intensified inter-
rogations. (USA 507)....
Fuehrer decree, February 1942,
concerning prosecution of offenses
in Occupied Territory; "First Or-
dinance" signed by Keitel for exe-
cution of the directive; memoran-
dum of 12 December 1941, signed
by Keitel. (USA 503)...
RSHA Order concerning fraterni-
zation of Jews and Aryans, 3 No-
vember 1941....
Orders of the Reichsminister of
the Interior, 24 March 1942, con-
cerning use of public transporta-
tion by Jews, and covering letters.
Report by SS Brigade Commander
Stahlecker to Himmler, "Action
Group A”, 15 October 1941. (USA
276)....
Organization plan of the RSHA,
1 January 1941. (USA 484)...
File of orders and dossiers of 25
Luxembourgers committed to con-

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centration camps at various times
in 1944. (USA 243)..

VII
Order of Secret State Police con-
cerning camouflage of Jewish busi-
nesses, 20 November 1936...

VII
Organization plan of the RSHA as
of 1 October 1943. (USA 479). ... VII
Law commissioning Secret State
Police Bureau with supervision of
duties of Political Police command-
ers in provinces, 20 September
1936. 1936 Reichs Ministerial-
blatt, p. 1343.......

VII
New ruling on protective custody,
from The Archive, April 1934,
p. 31...

VII
RSHA Order of 5 November 1942,
signed by Streckenbach, concern-
ing jurisdiction over Poles and
Eastern Nationals. (USA 346).... VII
Extract from register of arrests by
Gestapo in Poland, 1943. (USA
495)..

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Three documents concerning the
formation of the RSHA, Himmler,
27 September 1939; Heydrich, 23
and 27 September 1939. (USA 478). VII
Report on activities of The Task
Forces of SIPO and SD in USSR,
1-31 October 1941. (USA 470).... VIII
Himmler order of 10 August 1943
to all Senior Executive SS and
Police officers. (USA 333)..... VIII
Letter to Rosenberg enclosing se-
cret reports from Kube on German
atrocities in the East, 18 June 1943,
found in Himmler's personal files.
(USA 289)...

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Memoranda to Koblenz District

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Affidavit A

587

Affidavit B

Headquarters, 22 April 1938 and
7 May 1938, relating to the plebis-
cite of 10 April 1938. (USA 481).. VIII
State Police Order, 28 May 1934,
at Duesseldorf, signed Schmid,
concerning sanction of denomina-
tional youth and professional asso-
ciations and distribution of publi-
cations in churches. (USA 745)... VIII
Affidavit of Erwin Lahousen, 21
January 1946, substantially the
same as his testimony on direct
examination before the Interna-
tional Military Tribunal at Nurn-
berg 30 November and 1 Decem-
ber 1945..

VIII
Affidavit of Otto Ohlendorf, 20
November 1945, substantially the
same as his testimony on direct
examination before the Interna-
tional Military Tribunal at Nurn-
berg 3 January 1946...

VIII
Affidavit of Dieter Wisliceny, 29
November 1945, substantially the
same as his testimony on direct
examination before the Interna-
tional Military Tribunal at Nurn-
berg, 3 January 1946....

VIII
Affidavit of Walter Schellenberg,
23 January 1946, substantially the
same as his testimony on direct
examination before the Interna-
tional Military Tribunal at Nurn-
berg, 4 January 1946......

VIII
My Relationship to Adolf Hitler
and to the Party, by Erich Raeder,
Moscow, fall 1945...

VIII
National Socialist German Work-
ers' Party. (2903-PS; USA 2).. VIII

596

Affidavit C

606

Affidavit D

622

Statement IX

707

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Organization of the SS. (USA 445). VIII 772
Report of Special Purpose Group
"A" regarding Jews killed in the
Baltic Countries, White Russia
and Lithuania. (2273-PS; USA
487).....

VIII 773
Position of Kaltenbrunner and the
Gestapo and SD in the German
Police System. (USA 493)..... VIII 774
The Structure of the German Po-
lice. (1852-PS; USA 449).... End of VIII
Organization of the Security Police
(Gestapo and Kripo) and the SD
1943-1945. (USA 480).

End of VIII

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*Chart No. 19

7. THE GENERAL STAFF AND HIGH COMMAND OF THE ARMED

FORCES

In one respect the General Staff and High Command of the German Armed Forces is to be distinguished from the other groups and organizations against which the prosecution seeks declaration of criminality. The Leadership Corps of the NSDAP, for example, was the instrument by which Hitlerism rose to full power in Germany. The SA and the SS were branches-large branches to be sure—of the Nazi Party. The German police had certain roots and antecedents which antedated Hitlerism, but was almost entirely a creature of the party and the SS. The Reichs Cabinet was, in essence, merely a committee or set of committees of Reichs Ministers, and when the Nazis came to power these ministerial positions were filled for the most part by Nazis. All those groups and organizations, accordingly, either owe their origin and development to Naziism, or automatically became nazified when Hitler came to full power.

That is not true of this group, the General Staff and High Command of the German Armed Forces. It is common knowledge that German armed might and the German military tradition antedate Hitlerism by many decades. The war of 1914-18, the Kaiser, and the "scrap of paper" are modern witnesses to this fact.

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