Register of the Felton (Frederick) Nuremberg Trials Collection, 1945-1946

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Register of the Felton (Frederick) Nuremberg Trials Collection, 1945-1946

Collection number: Mss142

Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections

University Library

University of the Pacific

Contact Information

  • Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections
  • University Library, University of the Pacific
  • Stockton, CA 95211
  • Phone: (209) 946-2404
  • Fax: (209) 946-2810
  • URL: http://www.pacific.edu/Library/Find/Holt-Atherton-Special-Collections.html
Processed by:
Holt Atherton staff; rev. by Don Walker
Date Completed:
Novemeber 1998
Encoded by:
Don Walker
© 1998 University of the Pacific. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Felton (Frederick) Nuremberg Trials Collection,
Date (inclusive): 1945-1946
Collection number: Mss142
Creator: Frederick Felton
Extent: 13 linear ft.
Repository: University of the Pacific. Library. Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections
Stockton, CA 95211
Shelf location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the library's online catalog.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Felton (Frederick) Nuremberg Trials Collection, Mss142, Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections, University of the Pacific Library

Access Points

personal name

Hess, Rudolph (1894-1987)
Jodl, Alfred (1890-1946)
Keitel, Wilhelm (1882-1946)
Rosenberg, Alfred (1893-1946)
Goering, Hermann (1893-1946)
Von Ribbentrop, Joachim (1893-1946)

subject

National socialism -History
World War, 1939-1945
Nuremberg Trial of Major German War Criminals, Nuremberg, Germany, 1945-1946
Germany -History -Sources

Biography

At the conclusion of World War II, trials of the major German war criminals, at Nuremberg, Germany, commenced November 20, 1945 and ended October 1, 1946. These trials were convened by an International Tribunal of Justices representing Great Britain, France, Russia and the United States. Much controversy resulted over the issues of "ex post facto" liabilities and the responsibilities of subordinates for acts ordered by superiors. Captain Frederick Felton, an American staff officer for the court, collected documents delineating the proceedings.

Scope and Content

The Felton Nuremberg Collection contains copies of court transcripts, November 20, 1945 through August 31, 1946; an index; document books and individual responsibility reports.

Container List

 

Box 1: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.1-732; Nov. 20- Dec. 1)

 

1.1: Opening Statements

 

1.2: Reading of indicments

 

1.3: Cross examination of defendants

 

Box 2: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.733 -1552; Dec. 3- Dec. 14)

 

2.1: Acts of Agression by Germans toward foreign countries

 

2.2: Collaboration with Japan

 

2.3: Slave Labor

 

2.4: Concentration Camps

 

2.5: Persecution of the Jews

 

2.6: Germanization and spoilation

 

Box 3: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.1553-2447; Dec. 17- Jan. 9)

 

3.1: Leadership Corps of Nazi Party

 

3.2: Plunders of Art treasures

 

3.3: Witnesses

 

3.4: Persecution of the churches

 

Box 4: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.2448-3584; Jan. 10- Jan. 29)

 

4.1: Ritual murder

 

4.2: Aryanisation of shops

 

4.3: Witnesses

 

4.4: Forced labor/ Economic looting

 

4.5: Postponement of case against Hess

 

4.6: Violations of laws of war

 

4.7: German justice in the West

 

4.8: Concentration camps and deportation

 

4.9: Witnesses

 

Box 5: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.3585-4347; Jan. 30- Feb. 12)

 

5.1: Prisoners of war

 

5.2: Terrorists activities against patriots

 

5.3: Extermination of innocent population

 

5.4: Germanization: Alsace-Lorraine

 

5.5: Witnesses

 

5.6: Germanization of foreign countries

 

5.7: German propaganda

 

5.8: Presentation of individual cases

 

5.9: Presentation of Soviet case

 

5.10: Crimes against peace

 

Box 6: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.4348-5210; Feb. 13- Feb. 28)

 

6.1: Crimes against prisoners of war

 

6.2: Crimes against civilian population

 

6.3: Plunder of property public, private, and national

 

6.4: Destruction of cultural and cultural and scientific treasures

 

6.5: Slave labor

 

6.6: "Interrogatories"

 

6.7: "SS" membership

 

6.8: Organizations

 

Box 7: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.5211-6091; Mar. 1- Mar. 18)

 

7.1: Organizations

 

7.2: Reichregierung

 

7.3: "SS"

 

7.4: Leadership Corps

 

7.5: Conclusion of the case for the prosecution

 

7.6: March 4

 

7.7: "Interrogatories"

 

7.8: Separate trial denied

 

7.9: Bormann's case heard last

 

7.10: Procedure announcements

 

7.11: Witnesses

 

7.12: Goering - defendant

 

Box 8: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.6092-7072; Mar. 19- Apr. 3)

 

8.1: Witnesses

 

8.2: Documents- Treaty of Versailles

 

8.3: Ribbentrop - defendant

 

8.4: Keitel - defendant

 

Box 9: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.7073-7872; Apr.4- Apr. 15)

 

9.1: Keitel- defendant

 

9.2: Witnesses

 

9.3: Kaltenbrunner- defendant

 

9.4: Witnesses

 

9.5: Rosenberg- defendant

 

Box 10: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.7873-8786; Apr. 16- May 1)

 

10.1: Rosenberg- defendant

 

10.2: Frank- defendant

 

10.3: Witnesses

 

10.4: Streicher- defendant

 

10.5: Witnesses

 

10.6: Schacht- defendant

 

Box 11: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.8787-9725; May 2- May 15)

 

11.1: Schacht- defendant

 

11.2: Funk- defendant

 

11.3: Doenitz- defendant

 

11.4: Witnesses

 

11.5: Raeder- defendant

 

Box 12: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.9726-10718; May 16- May 30)

 

12.1: Raeder-defendant

 

12.2: Witnesses

 

12.3: Von Schirach- defendant

 

12.4: Witnesses

 

12.5: Sauckel- defendant

 

Box 13: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.10719-11672; June 1- June 13)

 

13.1: Witnesses

 

13.2: Jodl- defendant

 

13.3: Witnesses

 

13.4: Seyss- Inquart- defendant

 

13.5: Witnesses

 

Box 14: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.11673-12620; June 14- June 28)

 

14.1: Von Papen- defendant

 

14.2: Witnesses

 

14.3: Speer- defendant

 

14.4: Witnesses

 

14.5: Von Neurath- defendant

 

14.6: Fritzsche- defendant

 

Box 15: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.12621-13478; June 29- July 12)

 

15.1: Von Neurath- defendant

 

15.2: Nimitz, L.W.- witnesses

 

15.3: Bormann death- witnesses

 

15.4: Beginning of closing arguments by the defense (p.12903)

 

Box 16: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.13479-14241; July 15- July 24) (in order of appearance)

 

16.1: Specific arguments for Funk by the defense

 

16.2: Specific arguments for Schacht by the defense

 

16.3: Specific arguments for Doenitz by the defense

 

16.4: Specific arguments for Raeder by the defense

 

16.5: Specific arguments for Von Schirach by the defense

 

16.6: Specific arguments for Sauckel by the defense

 

16.7: Specific arguments for Jodl by the defense

 

16.8: Specific arguments for Seyss- Inquart by the defense

 

16.9: Specific arguments for Bormann by the defense

 

16.10: Specific arguments for Von Papen by the defense

 

16.11: Specific arguments for Speer by the defense

 

16.12: Specific arguments for Von Neurath by the defense

 

16.13: Specific arguments for Fritzsche by the defense

 

Box 17: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.14242-15015; July 2- Aug. 2)

 

17.1: Specific arguments for Fritzsche by the defense

 

17.2: Specific arguments for Hess by the defense

 

17.3: Beginning of closing arguments by United States of America

 

a- "Crimes of the Nazi Regime": Germany to police state

 

b- "Crimes of the Nazi Regime": Preparation/Waging a war of aggression

 

c- "Crimes of the Nazi Regime": Warfare in disregard of international laws

 

d- "Crimes of the Nazi Regime": Enslavement/Plunder of occupied countries

 

e- "Crimes of the Nazi Regime": Persecution/Extermination of Jews/Christians

 

f- "The Common Defenses": The charge of common responsibility

 

17.4: Beginning of closing arguments by United Kingdom

 

17.5: Beginning of closing arguments by Great Britain

 

17.6: Beginning of closing arguments by Northern Ireland

 

17.7: Beginning of closing arguments by France

 

17.8: Beginning of closing arguments by Soviet Union

 

17.9: Witnesses

 

Box 18: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.15016-15983; Aug. 3- Aug. 21)

 

18.1: Herman Goering - Testimony/ witnesses

 

Box 19: TRANSCRIPTS - (p.15984-16793; Aug. 21- Aug. 31)

 

19.1: Final pleas of the defense

 

19.2: Gestapo defense

 

19.3: Witness

 

19.4: Final pleas by the Prosecution- August 28

 

19.5: Final statements by Goering

 

19.6: Final statements by Hess

 

19.7: Final statements by Von Ribbentrop

 

19.8: Final statements by Keitel

 

19.9: Final statements by Kaltenbrunner

 

19.10: Final statements by Rosenberg

 

19.11: Final statements by Frank

 

19.12: Final statements by Frick

 

19.13: Final statements by Streicher

 

19.14: Final statements by Funk

 

19.15: Final statements by Schacht

 

19.16: Final statements by Doenitz

 

19.17: Final statements by Raeder

 

19.18: Final statements by Von Schirach

 

19.19: Final statements by Sauckel

 

19.20: Final statements by Jodl

 

19.21: Final statements by Von Papen

 

19.22: Final statements by Seyss-Inquart

 

19.23: Final statements by Speer

 

19.24: Final statements by Von Neurath

 

19.25: Final statements by Fritzsche

 

19.26: Adjournment till September 23, 1946 to announce judgement (subject to change)

 

Box 20: INDEX

 

20.1: Chronological Index of transcript November 20, 1945 - June 14, 1946

 

20.2: Rulings of Tribunal - official procedure

 

20.3: Trial Brief - Persecution of the Jews

 

20.4: War crimes and crimes against humanity: Part I- Waging of ruthless war

 

20.5: War crimes and crimes against humanity: Part II- Plunder of art treasures

 

20.6: War crimes and crimes against humanity: Part III- Common plan and conspiracy in establishment of concentration camps

 

20.7: War crimes and crimes against humanity: Part IV- Crimes committed in concentration camps

 

20.8: War crimes and crimes against humanity: Part V- Persecution of the Jews

 

20.9: War crimes and crimes against humanity: Part VI- Germanization of occupied territories

 

20.10: Leadership corps- Composition, functions, add powers Nazi Party

 

Box 21: DOCUMENT BOOKS

 

21.1: Die Teichsregierang (Reich Cabinet)

 

21.2: defendant Karl Doenitz, Books-/through 4

 

21.3: defendant Earl Raeder, Books-/through 6

 

Box 22: SINGLE DOCUMENTS

 

22.1: Misc. documents for E. Raeder and K. Doenitz: Sections C-5 to C-195 [full listing is for Raeder, documents also used for Doenitz are marked *]

 

C-5* Bases in Norway

 

C-10 Employment of the 7th Fliegen division

 

C-12* Conduct of U-boat Warfare Re: Merchant shipping-Eng.

 

C-17* Hist. of the German Navy: 1919-1939

 

C-21* Intensification of U-boat Warfare

 

C-23 Re:Reconstruction of Germen Navy: 1927-1940

 

C-27 Meeting: C-in-C of Navy and Hitler

 

C-29 Directions of German Navy to German Armament Industry

 

C-32 Re: Armaments- September 9, 1933

 

C-35 Diary: January 30, 1941, Re: "Barbarossa"

 

C-38* German offense action, Re: Enemy subs and "Barbarossa"

 

C-41 Territorial expansion and bases

 

C-50 Hitler's orders, Re: Marital law and "Barbarossa"

 

C-51 Ordered destruction of orders issued (copies)

 

C-52* Supplimental: Order #33, Re: Maintaining peace in the East

 

C-59 "Marita" operation

 

C-62a Directive #6- conduct of the war

 

C-62b "Fall Gelb"

 

C-63 Re: Study "N" - "Weserubung"

 

C-64* Meeting: Naval staff and Hitler, Re: Norwegian Question

 

C-65 Re: Visit of privy councillor Quisling of Norway

 

C-66* Memo: to Admiral Assman, Re: "Barbarossa"

 

C-71 "Weserubung"

 

C-72 "A-Day" and contingency "Yellow"

 

C-75 Re: Collaboration with Japan

 

C-78 Conference on "Barbarossa"-personnel

 

C-100 "Sink on sight policy"

 

C-102 Operation "Otto"- occupation of Austria

 

C-103*Re: Policy toward Czech and Italian troops

 

C-105*Report: U-37

 

C-115 Naval deception and camouflage in the invasion of Norway

 

C-118*Authorization of attacks on U.S. merchantmen

 

C-120 "Weiss Case"

 

C-122*Possible naval bases in Norway

 

C-124*Future of St. Petersburg

 

C-126*Orders: Captal ship "Schleswig-Holstein"

 

C-127 Directive #25, Re: Yugoslavian question

 

C-134 Results of conference, January 29, 1941, Re: strategic foreign areas

 

C-135 War mobilization/organization

 

C-136 German preparations on the frontiers

 

C-137 Hitler's orders, Re:additional military operations--October 21, 1938

 

C-138 Continuing "Liquidation of Czech"

 

C-139 "Schulung" - joint plan of military services

 

C-140 Basis for preparations by military

 

C-141 Torpedo armament of U-boats

 

C-150 Letter: Hitler to Gencrist Antonescu- Russia

 

C-151*Operation "Hartmut"- occupation of Denmark and Norway; general operation "Weserubung"

 

C-152 "Marita" operation

 

C-153 Armament -plan, Re: 3rd armament phase

 

C-155 U-boat armament

 

C-156*Report: "Fight of the navy against Versailles 1919-1935"

 

C-157 Report: C-in-C of Navy to Hitler, October 16, 1939

 

C-158*Conferences (2) with Hitler

 

C-159 German decisions, Re: Versailles Treaty

 

C-161 German surface forces, Re: Three Power Pact

 

C-166 Preparation of auxiliary cruisers

 

C-167 Confirmation on occupation of Greece

 

C-170 Chronological listing of major German decisions

 

C-171*Re: Strike on Copenhagen

 

C-172* "Fall Weiss" Order #1

 

C-174 Directive: "Fall Weserubung"

 

C-175 Directive 1937-1938, unification in preparation for war by armed forces

 

C-176*Extracts: Diary- Admiral Bachmann

 

C-178*Treatment of Saboteurs

 

C-179*Annihilation of Terrot/Sabotage Units

 

C-182 Operation "Otto," Directive #2- Austria

 

C-189 U-boats

 

C-190 U-boats and labor force

 

C-191 U-boats sinking unlite vessels (photo of original document)

 

C-194 Re: Measures "Ludolf" and "Urian"

 

C-195*Re: Additional supplies at disposal of Navy and Merchant Marine

 

22.2: MISC. DOCUMENTS FOR E. RAEDER AND K. DOENITZ: SECTIONS D-423 TO 386 PS

 

D-423*Memo: Conversation between Hitler and Ambassador Oshima--January 3, 1942

 

D-436*Promotion of Doenitz to vice-admiral

 

D-443*Address: Admiral of the fleet-Doenitz December 17, 1943

 

D-444*Radio Announcement: Hitler's death December 19, 1945

 

D-446* U-156, Re: Rescue Operations

 

D-448 Statement: V.Beobachter on Raeder

 

D-481 Re: law of "Swearing-in" of officials and soldiers of the armed forces

 

D-566* Statement: Walter H. Rapp- Murdering of shipwrecked allied seamen

 

D-630* Re: Rescue of enemy survivors

 

D-638* U-30, Re: sinking of the "Athenia"

 

D-640* Training/Discipline of officers

 

D-641* Foreign Report: Attacks on shipping by Germans

 

D-644* Sinking of "Shef Mead"- May 27, 1940 and German rescue operations

 

D-645* War Diary: U-247, statement by James McAlister on "Noreen Mary"

 

D-646* News Story: windjammer sunk by U-boat

 

D-648* Listings of meetings with Hitler and Doenitz present

 

D-649* Affidavit: Richard A.L. Hillard, Barristen-at-law--previous trial

 

D-650* Secret Doenitz decree- April 11, 1945

 

D-653 Raeder's Speech, March 12, 1939 -- "Hero Commemoration Day"

 

D-654* Statement: Officer of U-30, Re: "Athenia"

 

D-655 Interview:C-in-C of navy and Hitler January 6, 1943

 

D-658* Report: naval commander- West France- 2 soldiers sabotage

 

D-659 Ships sunk by U-30

 

D-662* War Diary: U-30

 

D-663* Order #56 - "Atlantic," Re: U-boat rescue operations

 

D-722 Walter Giese- Life story- (Raeder Aid)

 

D-804 Re: Sinking of "Athenia"

 

D-806 U-boat construction program

 

D-807*Memo: Re: Sinking of S/S "Deptford," "Thomas Walton," and "Garoufalia"

 

D-841 Deposition of Walter Kurt Dietmann, Re: Jewish population

 

D-843 Re: Internment of U-21

 

D-844 Action in Sweden

 

D-845 Scandinavian Opinion, Re: Western Powers

 

D-846*U-boat sinking effects- politically

 

D-847*Re: meeting with king of Denmark over sinking of Danish vessels

 

D-849 Navy operations, Re: action in Atlantic and Treatment of U.S. merchantmen

 

D-850 Navy operations

 

D-851 U-boat warfare against England

 

D-852 Semi-detailed order, Re: navy engagements with foreign ships

 

D-853 Navy orders, Re: Attacks/Warfare

 

D-854 U-boat construction 1920-1935

 

D-855 Ship construction plan

 

D-857 Re; U-boat warfare

 

D-858 Navy operations, Re: foreign shipping

 

D-863*Listieg: Conversations by Raeder on August 28-29, 1943

 

D-864*Affidavit: Gerhard Flesch, Re: Evans Interrogation

 

D-865*Extract of testimony: Karl Doenitz, at Nuremburg on October 6, 1945

 

D-866*Extract of testimony: Karl Doenitz, at Nuremburg on October 22, 1945

 

D-867 Raeder's comments on fellow defendants

 

D-872 War Diary: German Naval Attache in Tokyo- 1941

 

D-873 War Diary: U-71

 

D-876 Prosecution comparision of documents 1014PS and Raeder 27

 

D-877 Prosecution comparision of documents 798PS and Raeder 27

 

D-879a Re: 1) Value of acquiring Norwegian bases

 

D-879b Re: 2) The danger of the USA entering the war

 

D-880 Extracts of testimony: raeder, Re: questioning Doc. C75-Japan

 

D-912*Statement: Charles Eric Wakeham, Dir. of Monitoring Service of BBC, Re: Athenia sinking

 

EC177 Re: Reich Defense Council

 

EC194 Uses of POWs in war industry

 

EC404 Reich Defense Council (financial)

 

L 3 Attitudes of pre-war Germany

 

L 43 Organization of German air force

 

L 52* Directives for conduct of war in the West

 

L 79 Conference: future aims of Germany

 

L 172 The strategic position of Germany beginning 5th year of the war

 

4 PS Organization of German Air Force

 

7 PS Report: Foreign Affairs Bureau

 

375 PS"Extended case Gruen"- Czech and possible enemy reaction

 

382*PS Navy Rescue Operation

 

386*PS Conference of Reich Defense Council, November 5, 1937

 

22.3: MISC. DOCUMENTS FOR E. RAEDER AND K. DOENITZ: SECTIONS 388 PS TO SUPPLIMENTAL DOCUMENTS (INVENTORY LIST IN BOX)

 

388 PS "Fall Gruen" -- Czech

 

440 PS Directive #8, "A-Day" - conduct of the war

 

444 PS Future relations with foreign countries

 

446 PS Directives for special areas - order #21, "Barbarossa"

 

447 PS Directive #21, "Barbarossa"

 

448 PS Directive #22, preparation for Mediterranean operations

 

498*PS Hitler's orders, Re: prisoners captured from commando raids

 

503 PS Additional orders, Re: destructionof enemy sabotage troops

 

512*PS Commando operations

 

526*PS Saboteuns, Toftefjord

 

537*PS Re: Treatment of members of foreign "Military Missions" captured together with partisans

 

551*PS Treatment of commando partisans

 

789 PS Hitler's speech to supreme commanders "His Thoughts," November 23, 1939

 

798 PS Hitler's speech to commanders in chief August 22, 1939- emmerce of war

 

1014*PS 2nd speech by Hitler, August 22, 1939, Re: England and France

 

1463*PS Diary of the navy 1944- (Brief history of Doenitz's military career)

 

??41 PS Directive #20 - "Marita"

 

1809 PS Translation of General Jodl's diary from Feb 1- May 26 1940

 

1877 PS Re: Conversation Reich minister (RAM) and Japanese minister, March 29, 1941

 

1915*PS Decree concerning leadership of the armed forces, February 4, 1938

 

2031 PS Decree, Re: Setting-up a secret cabinet council - February 4, 1938

 

2098*PS Decree, Re: Status of supreme commanders of Army/Navy

 

2261 PS Re: Reich's defense law

 

2360 PS Re: Sudeten- German question

 

2878*PS Extracts from "Das Archiv" speeches by Doenitz to various organizations

 

2887*PS Offices/Positions held by Doenitz

 

2888*PS Offices/Positions held by Raeder

 

3037 PS Affidavit: F. Wiedemann, Re: Hitler-Czech, May 28, 1938

 

3260*PS "Churchill sank the Athenia" (prop.)

 

3569*PS "My private will/testament," Adolf Hitler

 

3572 PS Mobilization in foreign countries by Germany

 

TC 25 German- Soviet Non-Agression Treaty, September 25, 1939

 

TC 26* German assurance to Austria, May 21, 1935

 

TC 27 German assurance to Czech, March 11, 1938

 

TC 31 Assurance to Norwegian state, September 2, 1939

 

TC 33* Assurance to Netherlands/Belgium, January 30, 1937

 

TC 73 Anglo-Polish agreement of mutual assistance, August 25, 1939

 

UK 57* Re: "Kharkov show trial"

 

UK 65* Report: C-in-C of navy to Hitler, October 16, 1939

 

NR 19 Supplemental Documents: Re: "strategic plans" evidence

 

NR 126 Supplemental Documents: Affidavit: Friedrich Ronneberger, Raeder Attitudes

 

NR 127 Supplemental Documents: Affidavit: Vice-admiral Walter Lohmann, correction of previous statement

 

22.4: VON RIBBENTROP- DOCUMENTS

 

Box 23: INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY REPORTS

 

23.1: Individual Responsibility Reports for Frick, Wilhelm

 

23.2: Individual Responsibility Reports for Fritzche, Hans

 

23.3: Individual Responsibility Reports for Funk, Walter

 

23.4: Individual Responsibility Reports for Hess, Rudolf

 

23.5: Individual Responsibility Reports for Kaltenbrunner, Ernst

 

23.6: Individual Responsibility Reports for Keitel, Wilhelm

 

23.7: Individual Responsibility Reports for Jodl, Alfred

 

23.8: Individual Responsibility Reports for Sauckel, Fritz

 

23.9: Individual Responsibility Reports for Schacht, Hjalmar

 

23.10: Individual Responsibility Reports for Streicher, Julius

 

23.11: Individual Responsibility Reports for Von Ribbentrop, Joachim

 

23.12: Individual Responsibility Reports for Von Schirach, Baldur

 

Box 24: CLOSING BRIEFS

 

24.1: Bormann, Martin

 

24.2: Doenitz, Karl

 

24.3: Fritzsche, Hans

 

24.4: Goering, Herman

 

24.5: Hess, Rudolf

 

24.6: Raeder, Erich

 

24.7: Rosenberg, Alfred

 

24.8: Schacht, Hjalmar

 

24.9: Seyss- Inquart, Arthur

 

24.10: Speer, Albert

 

24.11: Streicher, Julius

 

24.12: Von Neurath, Constantin

 

24.13: Von Papen, Franz

 

24.14: Von Ribbentrop, Joachim

 

24.15: Von Schirach, Baldur

 

Box 25: TRIAL MATERIAL

 

25.1: Transcript Analysis: Doenitz

 

25.2: Transcript Analysis: Raeder

 

25.3: Closing arguments for the defense of Doenitz and Raeder

 

25.4: Final Pleas Frank, Hans

 

25.5: Final Pleas Frick, Wilhelm

 

25.6: Trial Brief of Rudolf Hess

 

Box 26: MISCELLANEOUS

 

26.1: Trial brief for the prosecution written in French

 

26.2: Photo copies of untranslated orders - Doenitz

 

26.3: Exhibit J: Photo copies of original documents

 

26.4: Exhibit J: Translated documents of German orders

 

26.5: Exhibit J: Jewish prisoner affidavits

 

26.6: Exhibit J: Newspaper clippings

 

26.7: Exhibit J: Maps

 

26.8: Exhibit J: pictures related to the proceedings