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Inventory of the International Military Tribunal proceedings, 1945-1949
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Box 212.

INTERNATIONAL MILITARY TRIBUNAL

 

Document books and trial briefs of the major defendants

 

Karl Donitz

Box 213.

Karl Donitz

 

Hans Frank

Box 214.

Wilhelm Frick

 

Hans Fritzsche

 

Walter Funk

Box 215.

Hermann Goring

 

Rudolf Hess

Box 216.

Alfred Jodl

 

Ernst Kaltenbrunner

Box 217.

Ernst Kaltenbrunner

 

Wilhelm Keitel

 

Keitel-Jodl

Box 218.

Keitel-Jodl

 

Constantin von Neurath

Box 219.

Constantin von Neurath

 

Franz von Papen

 

Erich Reader

Box 220.

Erich Reader

 

Joachim von Ribbentrop

Box 221.

Joachim von Ribbentrop

Box 222.

Alfred Rosenberg

 

Fritz Sauckel

Box 223.

Hjalmar Schacht

 

Baldur von Schirach

Box 224.

Arthur Seyss-Inquart

 

Albert Speer

Box 225.

Julius Streicher

Box 226.

Leadership Corps of the Nazi party - Document Book (DB) 1-2

 

Gestapo - DB 1-2

 

General Staff and High Command - DB 1-2

 

SA - DB 1-5

Box 227.

SD

 

SS -DB 1-3

Box 228.

Count I

 

DB A-D

Box 229.

DB E-J

Box 230.

Persecution of the Jews

 

DB 1-4

Box 231.

Trial Brief (further TB)

Box 232.

Count II - British DB 1, 2, 3, 5

Box 810-850.

OFFICE OF U.S. CHIEF OF COUNSEL FOR WAR CRIMES. Evidence Division. Document Control Branch. Series of documents used by the U.S. Military Tribunals

 

NO (Nuremberg Organizations). Documents pertaining to the activities of the Nazi party, such as the SS, SD and Gestapo. Numbers 1 to 5,935

Box 851-888.

NO - English translation. Numbers 1 to 5,943

Box 952-954.

OFFICE OF U.S. CHIEF OF COUNSEL FOR THE PROSECUTION OF AXIS CRIMINALITY. Series of documents used by the International Military Tribunal

 

C (Crimes). Documents pertaining to the activities of the German High Command, particularly the Navy. Numbers 1 to 196

Box 955.

C - English translation. Numbers 1 to 196

Box 956-957.

D (Industry). Documents pertaining to the use of slave labor in German industry and in labor camps. Numbers 17 to 956

Box 958.

D - English translation. Numbers 41 to 956

Box 959-963.

EC (Economic Case). Documents pertaining to the development of economic policies in Germany and exploitation of the economy of occupied territories. Numbers 3 to 618

Box 964-966.

EC - English translation. Numbers 1 to 620

Box 967.

ECH (Economic Case-Heidelberg). Same as EC, for documents collected and screened at the Heidelberg Document Center. Numbers 1 to 36

Box 968.

ECR (Economic case-Reichskreditkassen). Documents pertaining to the occupation of France, Belgium and the Netherlands. Include exhibits on Seyss-Inquart. Numbers 14 to 195

Box 969-972.

L (London). Documents screened in London pertaining to Nazi war plans, reports on the progress of the war, and affidavits of former camp prisoners. Numbers 3 to 358

Box 973-974.

L - English translation. Numbers 1 to 361

Box 975.

M (Melvin). Documents named after Melvin Jones, Assistant Prosecutor for the UK, consisting largely of excerpts from German newspapers, magazines, and other publications dealing with anti-Semitism. Numbers 6 to 177

Box 976-1042.

PS (Paris-Storey). The collection of this series began in Paris under the direction of Col. Robert G. Storey, Chief of the Documentation Division of the IMT, and documents Hitler's rise to power and the development of nazi plans of aggression. Numbers 1 to 4,076

Box 1043-1068.

PS - English translation. Numbers 1 to 4,080

Box 1069-1076.

R (Rotschild). Documents screened by Lt. Rotschild, from the office of Strategic Services in London, pertaining mostly to the administration of occupied territories. Numbers 26 to 178

Box 1077-1078.

R - English translation. Numbers 36 to 178

Box 1079.

TC (Treaty Committee). Documents pertaining to the international treaties and agreements violated by the Nazi government. Numbers 2 to 93

Box 1080-1084.

DOCUMENTS PRESENTED BY FRANCE (F and FR), the UNITED KINGDOM, and the USSR

 

F. Numbers 83 to 989

Box 1085-1091.

RF. Numbers 1 to 1,515

Box 1092.

RF - English translation. Numbers 3 to 1,515

Box 1093.

UK. Numbers 20, 56, 79 and 170

Box 1094-1096.

USSR. Numbers 1 to 509

Box 1097.

USSR - English translation. Numbers 1 to 522

Volume On shelf

U.S. MILITARY TRIBUNALS-Case no. 7. Eighteen bound volumes

 

MISCELLANY. Seven manuscript boxes