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Correspondence between the Holy
See, the Apostolic Nuncio in Ber-
lin, and the defendant von Ribben-
trop, Reich Minister of Foreign
Affairs....
Statement of Rupert Mayer, 13
October 1945..
Statement of Lutheran Pastor,
Friedrich Kaufmann, Salzburg,
23 October 1945....
Pastoral letter of Austrian Bishops
read in all churches, 14 October
1945. (USA 570)....
Report on fighting of National
Socialism in Apostolic Administra-
tion of Innsbruck-Feldkirch of
Tyrol and Vorarlberg by Bishop
Paulus Rusch, 27 June 1945 and
attached list of church institutions
there which were closed, confis-

cated or suppressed. (USA 569)...
Extract from Charge No. 17
against Hans Frank submitted by
Polish Government to Interna-
tional Military Tribunal. (USA
574)...
Extract from Papal Encyclical
"Mit Brennender Sorge'', set
forth in Appendix II, p. 524, of
“The Persecution of the Catholic
Church in the Third Reich”.
(USA 567).
Concordat between the Holy See
and the German Reich. Reichs-
gesetzblatt, Part II, p. 679...
Hitler Reichstag speech, 23 March
1933, asking for adoption of Ena-
bling Act, from Voelkischer Beo-
bachter, 24 March 1933, p. 1.
(USA 566)...

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Fulda Declaration of 28 March
1933, from Voelkischer Beobach-
ter, 29 March 1933, p. 2. (USA
566)..

VI 105
Law concerning the Constitution
of the German Protestant Church,
14 July 1933. 1933 Reichsgesetz-
blatt, Part I, p. 471..

VI

136 Law concerning procedure for decisions in legal affairs of the Protestant Church, 26 June 1935. 1935 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 774....

VI 143 First Ordinance for Execution of Law concerning procedure for decisions in legal affairs of the Protestant Church, 3 July 1935. 1935 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 851... VI 144 Law for Safeguarding of German Protestant Church, 24 September 1935. 1935 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 1178.....

VI, 145 Fifth Decree for execution of law for safeguarding of the German Protestant Church, 2 December 1935. 1935 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 1370...

VI 146 Fifteenth decree for the Execution of law for Security of German Protestant Church, 25 June 1937. 1937 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 697........

VI 147 Decree to unite the competences of Reich and Prussia in Church Affairs, 16 July 1935. 1935 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 1029... VI 168 Decree concerning organization and administration of Eastern Territories, 8 October 1939. 1939 Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 2042.. VI 244

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Decree concerning the Adminis-
tration of Occupied Polish Terri-
tories, 12 October 1939. 1939
Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, p. 2077.. VI
Proposal for Reichsleiter Bormann
concerning speech of Bishop of
Meunster on 3 August 1941... VI
Diary of the German Minister of
Justice, 1935 concerning prosecu-
tion of church officials and punish-
ment in concentration

concentration camps.
(USA 828; USA 858)...

VI
SD Inspector Bierkamp's letter,
12 December 1941, to RSHA en-
closing copy of secret decree
signed by Bormann, entitled Rela-
tionship of National Socialism and
Christianity. (USA 348).... VI
Gestapo instructions to State Po-
lice Departments, 5 August 1937,
regarding protective custody for
Bible students. (USA 236)... VI
Confidential letter from Minister
of Finance and Economy, Baden,
containing directives on treatment
of Polish Farm workers, 6 March
1941. (USA 205)..

VII
Letter from Chief of the Security
Police and Security Service to the
Reich Commissioner for the Con-
solidation of German Folkdom,
5 April 1940, with enclosures con-
cerning confiscation of church
property. (USA 358)..

VIII
Letter from Himmler to Dr. Wink-
ler, 31 October 1940, concerning
treatment of church property in
incorporated Eastern countries.... VIII

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Letter to Reich Leader SS, 30 July
1941, concerning treatment of
church property in incorporated
Eastern areas. (USA 358)..

VIII
Letter from Chief of Staff of the
Reich Main Security Office
(RSHA) to Reich Leader SS, 30
March 1942, concerning confisca-
tion of church property. (USA
358)..

VIII
Letter from Polish Main Commit-
tee to General Government of
Poland on situation of Polish
workers in the Reich, 17 May
1944. (USA 204).

VIII
State Police Order, 28 May 1934,
at Duesseldorf, signed Schmid,
concerning sanction of denomina-
tional youth and professional asso-
ciations and distribution of pub-
lications in churches. (USA 745).. VIII

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7. ADOPTION AND PUBLICATION OF THE PROGRAM FOR

PERSECUTION OF JEWS

A. The official program of the NSDAP, proclaimed 24 February 1920 by Adolf Hitler at a public gathering in Munich.

Point 4: "None but members of the nation (Volksgenosse)

may be citizens. None but those of German blood, whatever their creed, may be members of the nation. No Jew,

therefore, may be a member of the nation." Point 5: “Anyone who is not a citizen may live in Germany

only as a guest and must be regarded as being subject to

legislation for foreigners." Point 6: “The right to determine matters concerning gov

ernment and legislation is to be enjoyed by the citizen alone. We demand therefore that all appointments to pub

lic office, of whatever kind, whether in the Reich, Land, or

municipality, be filled only by citizens. Point 7: "We demand that the state make it its first duty to

promote the industry and livelihood of citizens. If it is not possible to nourish the entire population of the State, the members of foreign nations (non-citizens) are to be

expelled from the Reich." Point 8: “Any further immigration of non-Germans is to

be prevented. We demand that all non-Germans who entered Germany subsequent to 2 August 1914, shall be

forced immediately to leave the Reich."
Point 23: "We demand legal warfare against conscious polit-

ical lies and their dissemination through the press. In
order to make possible the creation of a German press
we demand:
(a) that all editors and collaborators of newspapers

published in the German language be members of

the nation. (b) non-German newspapers be requested to have ex

press permission of the State to be published. They

may not be printed in the German language. (c) non-Germans be prohibited by law from financial

participation in or influence on German newspapers, and that as penalty for contravention of the law such newspapers be suppressed and all nonGermans participating in it expelled from the Reich.

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B. Development of ideological basis for anti-Semitic measures.

Among the innumerable statements made by the leaders of the NSDAP are the following:

Rosenberg advocated in 1920 the adoption of the following program concerning the Jews : (1) The Jews are to be recognized as a (separate) nation

living in Germany, irrespective of the religion they

belong to. (2) A Jew is he whose parents on either side are nationally

Jews. Anyone who has a Jewish husband or wife is

henceforth a Jew. (3) Jews have no right to speak and write on or be active

in German politics. (4) Jews have no right to hold public offices, or to serve in

the Army either as soldiers or as officers. However, their contribution of work may be considered.

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