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Defense Motion Challenging Jurisdiction of Tribunal
The Breach of Peace Between States and its Culpability-
Argument on the law of the case by Dr. Hermann Jahr-
Final Argument by Dr. Otto Stahmer, Defense Counsel....
Final Plea by Hermann Wilhelm Goering
Final Argument by Dr. Alfred Seidl, Defense Counsel....
Affidavit of Friedrich Gaus and Secret Additional
Final Argument by Dr. Otto Nelte, Defense Counsel........
Final Argument by Dr. Fritz Sauter, Defense Counsel....
Final Plea by Baldur von Schirach
Final Argument by Dr. Robert Servatius, Defense
Von Papen's Mission in Austria
Reasons Why Schacht Left Economics Ministry and
"Thought Association" but Not Recollection
Refusal to Take Oath Before Testifying
Hossbach's Records of Hitler's War Conferences
Hitler's 1937 Planning for Aggression
Goering's Part in the Obersalzberg Speech
Planning the Invasion of Poland
Plans for Occupation of Denmark and Norway
Invasion Plans for Russia and the Balkans
Responsibility for Armament Program
Hitler Discounts Possibility of America Entering War.... 1114
Hitler's Role as Strategist in the West
Schmundt's Minutes of Hitler's War Conferences
Use of POW's for Forced Labor in War Industries
Goering's Part in the Anschluss
Goering's Opinion of Hitler's and Bormann's Fate
Goering's Tip to Guido Schmidt on the Anschluss
Goering's Plan for Disposing of His Art Collection
How Goering Obtained His Art Collection
Goering's Estimate of His Income
Armaments and the League of Nations
Armaments and the Versailles Treaty
Ribbentrop's Role in Hitler's Accession to Power
Ribbentrop's Loyalty to the Fuehrer
Hitler's Views on Anglo-German Friendship
"My Foreign Office-The House of Difficulties"
"Military Necessity" for Invasions of Belgium and
Norwegian, Balkan Invasions "Forced" upon Hitler
Negotiations with Stalin and Molotov, and Invasion of
The Responsibility for Concentration Camp Deaths
Events Leading Up to German Occupation of Hungary....
Ribbentrop's Unsuccessful Ambassadorship in London
Negotiations with England Regarding German Colonies
Responsbility for Arrest of Prominent Frenchmen
The Nazi View of German-American Relations
Effect of U.S.-Japanese Relations on Germany
The Enemy "Forced" Hitler to Go Everywhere in Europe 1202
Hitler's Refusal to Initiate Peace Discussions
Hitler's Hope for Victory Till the End
Ribbentrop's Ignorance of What Went on in Concentra-
Ribbentrop's "Opposition" to Policy toward Churches
Ribbentrop's Position on Extermination of Jews
Effect of Trial Verdict on German People
When The War Became "Terrible" for Germany
Explanation of Difference Between Communism and
Hitler's Reaction to Hess's Flight to England
Hitler's Return to Berlin in April 1945
Keitel's Analysis of Hitler's Character and Traits
Kaltenbrunner's Opinion of Ribbentrop and His
Responsibility for Concentration Camps
Responsibility for Mobile Gas Chamber
Kaltenbrunner's Stand on Concentration Camps
"The Gestapo Never Harmed Anyone"
Hitler's Antipathy to Lawyers and Educated Men
"I Will Be Hanged in any Case"
Lynching of Enemy "Terror Aviators"
Skorzeny's Use of American Equipment at Friedenthal.... 1314
Kaltenbrunner Considers Himself "A Substitute Guilty
Absorption of the Abwehr into the RSHA
Treatment of Commandos and Airborne Troops
Kaltenbrunner Denies Observing Gassings at
Use of Prisoners for Broadcasts to Allied Troops
Treatment of Commandos and Airborne Troops
Origin and Activities of the Hohe Schule
Looting of Libraries and Art by Einsatzstab Rosenberg..
Reasons for Harsh Treatment of Eastern Peoples
Investigation of Conditions at Dachau in 1933
The Differences between Legality and Illegality
The German People "Hitler's Private Property"
Treatment of Jews in Government General of Poland....
Frank's View of "The Jewish Problem"
Persecution of the Jews in Poland
Administration and Exploitation of Poland
Frank Claims Ignorance of Concentration Camps
Frank's "Safeguarding" of Polish Art Treasures
Deportation of Slave Labor in Poland
Pillage of Agricultural and Food Products
Reasons for Polish Hostility towards Germany
Misconceptions Regarding Frank's Regime
Introduction of Compulsory Labor Service
Support of Anti-Jewish Congress in Cracow
Decrees for Persecution of the Jews
Frick's Part in the Reichstag, and Views on Jewish
Events Leading to Hitler's Acquisition of Power
Origin and Development of Streicher's Anti-Semitism......
Streicher Summarizes His Jewish Policy: Zionism
What Streicher Meant by "Extermination"
Reasons for Navy's Defiance of Versailles Treaty
Competitive Rearmament of the German Navy
Hitler Legalizes the Slave Labor Program
Economics of the German Wage Problem
Sauckel's Statement of Innocence After Reading.