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Register of the Heinrich Himmler Papers 1914-1944
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Office Files Of The Personlicher Stab Reichsfuhrer-SS, 1936-1945

Box 1., Folder 1

Office of Military Government for Germany. Order forms for microfilming and Photostating

 

File 51. Internal office records of the Personal Staff of the Reichsführer of the SS containing miscellaneous personnel and non-personnel case files, 1936-1944

Folder 2

Cases #1-7

Folder 3

Case #8. Case file on W.G.L. Yeats

Folder 4

Cases #10-21

Folder 5

Case #22

Folder 6

Cases #23-25

 

File 52. Internal office records of the Personal Staff of the Reichsführer of the SS containing miscellaneous personnel and non-personnel case files, 1938-1944

Folder 7

Cases #1-6

Folder 8

Cases #7-12

Folder 9

Cases #13-25. Files #24-25 relate to the status of Vichy Ambassador Scapini and Vidkun Quisling's visit to Berlin

Folder 10

File 53. SS-Gruppenführer Dr. Gustav Adolf Scheel, Gauleiter and Reich Governor of Salzburg, 1941 October-1943 June. Includes medical examination

Folder 11

File 65. Notation indicates file missing

Box 2., Folder 1

File 66. Correspondence between Reichsführer-SS Himmler and SS-Obergruppenführer Hauser, 1941-1944

Folder 2

File 67. The Grundstückgesellschaft of the Haupttreuhandlungsstelle Ost and its director Friedrich Stein, 1941-1944

Folder 3

File 68. SS-General Erwin Rösner. Includes letters between Reichsführer-SS Himmler and Rösner, 1942-1944

Folder 4

File 69. Notation indicates file missing

Folder 5-8

File 70. Security Police Chief Reinhard Heydrich. Includes materials relating to his death, funeral and the Heydrich family, 1942-1945. Also includes correspondence between Lina Heydrich and Reichsführer-SS Himmler

Box 3., Folder 1

File 251. The Ethnic German Office (Volksdeutsche Mittelstelle) under SS-Obergruppenführer Werner Lorenz and resettlement camps (Umsiedlerlagern), 1942-1943

Folder 2

File 252. Partisan activities in German occupied countries, 1943

Folder 3

File 253. Transfer of a few Ordnungspolizei and Sicherheitspolizei to the SS, 1940-1942

Folder 4

File 254. Replacement and conscription of physicians in the Waffen-SS, 1941-1943

Folder 5

File 255. The SS-School Haus Wewelsburg, 1942

Folder 6

File 256. Deployment of a flotilla to the Ijsselmeer for defensive purposes, 1942-1943

Folder 7

File 257. The Office of Environmental Planning (Reischsstelle Raumordnung), 1936-1944

Folder 8

File 258. Jacques le Conte and the Villmorin Company, 1944

Folder 9

File 259. Miscellaneous internal office memoranda, 1943

Folder 10

File 260. Deployment of the Germanische SS-Division, 1943-1944

Folder 11

File 261. The Germanic Regional Headquarters (Germanische Leitstelle), 1941-1944. Includes correspondence between Martin Borman and Reichsführer Himmler

Folder 12

File 262. Search for natural resources in occupied Ukraine, 1942-1943

Folder 13

File 263. The Ukraine SS-Schützen-Division Galizien Nr. 1, 1943-1944

Box 4., Folder 1

File 264. Governor Renteln of Lithuania and the formation of the Lithuanian volunteer units, 1943-1944

Folder 2

File 265. The upbrining of orphaned SS-children, 1943

Folder 3-4

File 266. Resettlement of evacuated Germans in Zamosc district, Poland, 1942-1944

Folder 5

File 268. The military and political situation in the Allied armies, 1943-1945

Folder 6

File 269. Memorandum by Reichsfuhrer-SS Himmler addressing the morale of the SS men, 1942

Folder 7

File 270. SS-translators, 1942-1944

Folder 8

File 271. Notation indicates file missing

Folder 9

File 272. Employment of White Russian emigres in the German police service in Serbia, 1942-1944

Folder 10

File 273. Indexes to maps on important geological deposits in European Russia (Wehrgeologische Karten des Europäischen Russland), 1943

Folder 11-13

File 274-276. Recruitment of German volunteers in Hungary, 1942-1943

Box 5., Folder 1

File 277. The Katyn Massacre, 1943

Folder 2

File 278. Recruitment of SA men, foreign workers and citizens of occupied countries for the Waffen-SS, 1939-1943

Folder 3

File 279. Sabotage and occupation of St. Mihiel and Avignon, 1943

Folder 4

File 280. Miscellaneous internal office memoranda. Includes correspondence to and from Martin Borman and a memorandum relating to the Ostarbeiter, 1943-1944

Folder 5-7

File 281. The Croatian SS-Division, 1943-1944

Folder 8

File 282. The Army's medical service, 1943-1944

 

File 283

Folder 9

File A. Correspondence relating to Bishop Joachim Hossenfelder's memorandum to Goebbels and Himmler concerning the "reform of Christianity," 1943

Folder 10

File B. Medical affairs in the SS, 1944

Folder 11

File 284. German minorities in Denmark, Norway, Belgium and the Netherlands, 1942-1944. Includes correspondence to and from Reichskommissar Seyss-Inquart

Box 6., Folder 1

File 285. Report relating to the periodical De Vlag, 1943. Includes copy of De Vlag

Folder 2-3

File 286. Copies of photographs and internal office memoranda relating to the publication of Der Untermensch, 1943. Includes a copy of Das 12 Uhr Blatt

Folder 4

File 287. The Ordnungspolizei, 1943

Folder 5-6

File 288. Construction of the Weimar-Buchenwald rail-line, 1942-1943

Folder 7

File 289. SS cooperation in the struggle against the "black market," 1942-1943

Folder 8

File 290. "Aktion Wieland," the search for new natural resources in Galicia, Poland and the Ukraine, 1943-1944 (see also File 360)

Box 7., Folder 1-2

File 290. "Aktion Wieland," 1942-1945

Folder 3

File 291. German employers' treatment of workers from occupied Eastern countries (Ostarbeiter)

Folder 4

File 292. Medical experiments (lead posioning) on concentration camp inmates, 1942-1943

Folder 5

File 293. The Technical High School in Lina, 1943

Folder 6

File 294. The problem of recompensing expropriated Poles in the General Government, 1942

Folder 7

File 295. Improvements in the camouflaging of military object, 1939-1943

Folder 8

File 296. Regulations permitting SS marriages and divorces, 1944

Folder 9

File 297. Miscellaneous internal office memoranda, 1943

Folder 10

File 298. Correspondence by Albert Speer, Minister of Weapons and Munitions, to the Reichsführer for German Arms Industry, 1943

Folder 11

File 299. Military training of ethnic Germans in Scandinavia, 1942-1943

Box 8., Folder 1

File 300. Occupation of Serbia and its administration by the Germans, 1941-1945

Folder 2

File 301. Military postal service, 1943-1944

Folder 3

File 302. Evacuation of women and children from Berlin, 1943

Folder 4

File 303. Correspondence between the National Socialist Movement in the Netherlands (signed by Mussert) and Reichsminister Seyss-Inquart, 1943

Folder 5

File 304. Re-germanization of the Poles (Wiedereindeutschungsfähige Polen), 1942-1943

Folder 6

File 305. Typescript miscellaneous news reports by the German media, 1943

Folder 7

File 306. The bombing and destruction of Hamburg, 1943

Folder 8

File 307. The German minority in Poland and the re-germanization of Poles, 1943-1944. Includes the pamphlet "Verpolte deutsche Familiennamen"

Folder 9

File 308. War-disabled, 1942-1944

Folder 10

File 309. Notation indicates file missing

Box 9., Folder 1-2

File 310. "Planned vacations" and Himmler's action to prevent childlessness in the families of SS-personnel, 1943-1945. Includes items from File 977

Folder 3

File 311. The Flemish National Association (Flämish National-Verband), 1943-1944

Folder 4

File 312. Teacher training, 1942

Folder 5

File 313. Building materials used for insulation and thatching roofs, 1943-1944

Folder 6

File 314. The SS-Division composed of German-Hungarians, 1943-1945. Includes biographical profile of Count Johann Joseph Wenzel Anton Franz Karl Radetsky, Fieldmarshall of Austria

Folder 7

File 315. Miscellaneous files, n.d.

Folder 8

File 316. Improvement in the diets of children borne by women workers from the Eastern occupied countries (Ostarbeiter), 1942-1943

Folder 9

File 317. Employment of Soviet war prisoners of German ancestry in the German war industry, 1942-1943

Box 10., Folder 1

File 318. The Lettisch SS-Division, 1943

Folder 2-4

File 319. Resettlement of Germans from Russia and Bessarabia, 1942-1944

Folder 5

File 320. Notation indicates file missing

Folder 6

File 321. The Party's sphere of influence and the Germanic regional headquarters, 1943

Folder 7

File 322. List of field post addresses of the SS units, 1941-1942

Folder 8-9

File 323. Miscellaneous news reports from the German Information Office, 1943; materials relating to the labor organization of youth in occupied Ukraine, 1943; and two volumes of Alfred Fielder's Werkdienst des Reichskommissars fur die Ukraine

Box 11., Folder 1

File 324. Nazi Party members' parliamentary seats, 1943

Folder 2

File 325. Changes in political attitudes and spirits in Lower Styria (Slovenia). Includes material relating to partisan activities and reprisals, 1942-1944

Folder 3

File 326. The illegal cummulation of a "Black account" by SS-Obergruppenführer Schmauser, 1942-1944

Folder 4

File 327. Miscellaneous, n.d.

Folder 5

File 328. The SS-Freiwilligen-Panzergrenadier-Division "Horst Wessel," 1944

Folder 6

File 329. Security regulations for SS offices, 1940-1944

Folder 7

File 330. The removal from important posts of SS members "with international relations," 1943-1945

Folder 8

File 331. Underground mining of lime in Greater Strelitz, Upper Silesia, 1944

 

File 332

Folder 9

Folder 1. The SS-Tibet-Expedition, 1939

 

Folder 2. Mining in Galicia for oil substitutes, 1944

 

Folder 3. Military obligation for those Germans from the various ethnic groups, 1944-1945

 

Folder 4. Military waiver for the farming community, 1944

 

Folder 5. The muslim national community in Sandjak (a district of the former Turkish Empire), Serbia, 1944

 

Folder 6. Rabam-Werk Georg Bertram and Son, 1944

 

Folder 7. Courier report on SS-J.R. 4, 1942

 

Folder 8. SS men killed in action, 1936-1938

Folder 10

Folder 10. Disposal of loot from exterminated Jews ("Sonderaktion Reinhard"), 1943-1945

 

Folder 11. Himmler's speech given at the Convention of City Mayors in Posen, 1944 February 13

 

Folder 12. Cancellation of Reich inspection in Denmark, Slovakia and Romania, 1944

 

Folder 13. Dr. Clauberg's proposal to start experiments concerning the sterilization of women and a demand for concentration camp inmates for these experments, 1941

Box 12., Folder 1

Folder 14. Waffen-SS building contractors in Lublin, Poland, 1942

 

Folder 15. Miscellaneous, 1944

 

Folder 16. Defense against increasing agent activities inside the Reich, 1944

 

Folder 17. Building of a bunker at Gmund on the Tegernsee, 1944

 

Folder 18. Miscellaneous, 1944

 

Folder 19. Miscellaneous, 1944

 

Folder 20. Sail plane Horten II, 1944

 

Folder 21. Suvorov Schools, 1944

 

Folder 22. Draft of martial law ("Sicherungsstandrecht") decree, 1944 July 20

 

Folder 23. Miscellaneous, 1944

 

Folder 25. Himmler's order banning the use of the word "Partisan," 1942

Folder 2

File 333. New inventions submitted to Himmler for development (in alphabetical order by name of inventor), 1942-1945

Folder 3

File 334. SS-Cossack Division. Includes reference to Krasnov and other, 1938-1944

Folder 4

File 335. Adriatic affairs, 1944

Folder 5

File 336. Distribution of chocolate to the Hitler Jugend, 1945

Folder 6

File 337. Notation indicates file missing

Folder 7

File 339. Agriculture and the Ministry for Agriculture, 1940-1945

Folder 8

File 340. Aid for German war prisoners in Allied countries, 1944. Incudes copies of photographs

Folder 9

File 341. Notation indicates file missing

 

File 342

Folder 10

File A

 

SS organization for construction ("Baudienststellen der Waffen-SS und Polizei") which built primarily concentration camps, 1943-1944

Folder 11

File B

 

Conference of Reichsleiter and Gauleiter in Posen and Hitler's headquarters, 1943 October 6-7

 

File 343.

Folder 12

File A

 

Liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto, 1943. Includes a copy of Himmler's order for the destruction of the ghetto

Folder 13

File B

 

The Warsaw Uprising, 1944

Folder 14

File 344. Evacuation of refugees from East Prussia and Danzig, 1945 and the deterioration of morale among retreating troops, 1944-1945

Box 13., Folder 1-3

File 351. SS-Oberführer W. Traupel, 1939-1944

Folder 4

File 352. SS-Oberführer Dr. Richard Donnevert, 1939-1944

Folder 5

File 353. SS-Gruppenführer and Generalleutnant of the Police Dr. Max Thomas, 1941-1944

Folder 6

File 354. Gauleiter Weinrich, 1944

Folder 7

File 355. Notation indicates file missing

Folder 8

File 356. Professor Ernst Wagemann, President of the Institute for Economic Studies, 1943-1944

Folder 9-10

File 357. Reorganization of the administration of all armed forces in Germany, 1944. Includes copy of Hitler's orders of 1944 July 20 and August 2

Box 14., Folder 1

File 358. Johann (Hans) Loritz, Commander of Dachau and Sachsenhausen concentration camps, 1937-1945

Folder 2

File 359. Copy of "Der rechte Mann an dem richtigen Platz! Menschenführung nach nationalsozialistischen Grundsätzen," 1940

Folder 3

File 360. Paul Ortel of "Aktion Wieland," 1944-1945 (see also File 290)

Folder 4

File 361. SS-Unterstrumführer Friedrich Schmidt, 1944-1945

Folder 5

File 362. The Romanian "Iron Guard" - refugees in Germany, 1944-1945. Includes reference to Romanian Foreign Minister Prince Sturdza

Folder 6

File 365. The internal organization of the SS, 1944-1945

Folder 7

File 370. General "Bor" Komarowski in Prisoner of War Camp Oflag IVC - Colditz, Germany, 1945

 

Speeches And Writings, 1939-1940

Box 14, Folder 8

Notes, 1939-1940

Folder 9

"Gemeindepolizei," 1939. Typescript

Folder 10

"Kreisleitertagung," 1940 November 28. Typescript

 

General, 1919-1937

Box 14, Folder 11

Clippings

 

Correspondence

Folder 12

1917 January-1920 December

Box 15., Folder 1

1921 February-1923 September

Folder 2

Diaries. 1919 September 4-1920 February 2. Typed transcript. May not be quoted

 

Audiovisual material

Vault

Two photograph albums containing 237 prints depicting the career of Heinrich Himmler as Reichsfuhrer-SS and Chef der Deutschen Polizei 1929-1934

Note

Original photo albums closed; digital use copies available
Reading room workstation

Album one 1929-1934

Scope and Content Note

Contains photographs of Himmler, including both portraits and outings with troops. Includes one photograph of Adolf Hitler
Reading room workstation

Album two circa 1934

Microfilm cabinet

5 microfilm reels

 

Reel 1. Files 263, 283, 286, 292, 332, 334, 342, 343

 

Reel 2. File 357

 

Reel 3. File 353

 

Reel 4-5. Positive and negative film of Himmler's diary, 1914 September 23 - 1922 July 6 and 1924 February 11-25. Originals in the safe

Tape cabinet

Sound recordings of Heinrich Himmler's speeches 1940-1944

Physical Description: 27 reels
Reel 1

242-253  Sound recording of Himmler speech (fragment) to officers of a Volksgrenadier Division 25 July - 29 August 1944

Physical Description: 1

Note

Fragment only. May be dated 1944 August 29 only. Use copy reference number: xx060_a_0008041
Reel 2

242-246 Sound recording of Himmler speech (fragment) to commanders of the Galician SS Volunteer Infantry Division, Neuhammer 16 May 1944

Physical Description: 1

Note

Incomplete: last 1/3 of speech not here. HH + section y section Ukrainian translation. Use copy reference number: xx060_a_0008042
Reel 3-4

242-231 Sound recording of disjointed British and American voices 22 May 1944

Physical Description: 2

Note

Monitored broadcast, Stalag III-B. This may be a bugging of a meeting of British and American POWs in a German camp. Use copy reference number: xx060_a_0008045
Reel 5-7

242-217 Sound recording of Himmler speech (fragment) to the commanders of the Ordnungspolizei and the police presidents, Posen, Hotel Ostland 15 December 1943

Physical Description: 3

Note

Use copy reference number: xx060_a_0008046
Reel 8-10

242-214 Sound recording of Himmler speech (fragment) to the commanders of an SS Panzerkorps, Charkov 24 April 1943

Physical Description: 3

Note

Use copy reference number: xx060_a_0008049
Reel 11

242-213 Sound recording of Himmler speech (fragment) to the commanders of the Waffen SS, Berlin, Kasino der Leibstandarte 18 December 1940

Physical Description: 1

Note

Use copy reference number: xx060_a_0008050
Reel 12-13

242-212 Sound recording of Himmler speech (fragment) to the SS Fuhrer and officials in the General Government, Krakau 18 November 1943

Physical Description: 2

Note

Use copy reference number: xx060_a_0008052
Reel 14-18

242-195 Sound recording of Himmler speech to officers of two Volksgrenadier Divisions, Munsingen 27 August 1944

Physical Description: 5

Note

Use copy reference number: xx060_a_0008053
Reel 19

242-194 Sound recording of Himmler speech (fragment) to the commanders of an SS Panzerkorps, Charkov 24 April 1943

Physical Description: 1

Note

See also 212-214. Use copy reference number: xx060_a_0008056
Reel 20-23

242-190 Sound recording of Himmler speech (incomplete) to two Volksgrenadier Divisions, Dorn 13 August 1944

Physical Description: 4

Note

Use copy reference number: xx060_a_0008057
Reel 24

242-186 Sound recording of Himmler speech (fragment) or "Tag der Freiheit, Warthegau," Posen on 24 Oct 1943 24 October 1943

Physical Description: 1

Note

Use copy reference number: xx060_a_0008058
Reel 25-27

Sound recording of Himmler speech in Posen 4 October 1943

Physical Description: 3

Note

Use copy reference number: xx060_a_0008059