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 Nazi Conspracy and Aggression, Volume One, Chapter Fourteen

     Charter of the International Military Tribunal, Article
     6(b). Vol. I, Pg. 5
     International Military Tribunal, Indictment Number 1,
     Sections III; VIII (E). Vol. I, Pg. 15, 43
     Note: A single asterisk (*) before a document indicates
     that the document was received in evidence at the
     Nurnberg trial. A double asterisk (**) before a
     document number indicates that the document was
     referred to during the trial but was not formally
     received in evidence, for the reason given in
     parentheses  following the description of the document.
     The USA series number, given in parentheses following
     the description of the document, is the official
     exhibit number assigned by the court.
                                                 [Page 1113]
     *015-PS; Letter and report of Rosenberg to Hitler, 16
     April 1943, concerning seizure of ownerless Jewish art
     possessions. (USA 387). Vol. III, Pg. 41
     035-PS; Report, 26 October 1943, regarding security
     measures by Main Division Ukraine during withdrawl of
     armed forces.  Vol. III, Pg. 75
     055-PS; Report, 12 September 1944, concerning works of
     art shipped from the Ukraine. Vol. III, Pg. 99
     *071-PS; Rosenberg letter to Bormann, 23 April 1941,
     replying to Bormann's letter of 19 April 1941 (Document
     072-PS). (USA 371). Vol. III, Pg. 119
     *090-PS; Letter from Rosenberg to Schwartz, 28 January
     1941, concerning registration and collection of art
     treasures. (USA 372). Vol. III, Pg. 148
     *136-PS; Certified copy of Hitler Order, 29 January
     1940, concerning establishment of "Hohe Schule". (USA
     367). Vol. III, Pg. 184
     *137-PS; Copy of Order from Keitel to Commanding
     General of Netherlands, 5 July 1940, to cooperate with
     the Einsatzstab Rosenberg. (USA 379). Vol. III, Pg. 185
     138-PS; Copy of Order from Keitel to Commanding General
     of France, 17 September 1940, to cooperate with the
     Einsatzstab Rosenberg. Vol. III, Pg. 186
                                                 [Page 1114]
     139-PS; Reineke order, 10 October 1940, concerning
     instructions to be given to Military Administration in
     Belgium to cooperate with Einsatzstab Rosenberg. Vol.
     III, Pg. 187
     140-PS; Reineke order, 30 October 1940, supplementing
     order of 17 September 1940 (Document 138-PS) Vol. III,
     Pg. 187
     *141-PS; Goering Order, 5 November 1940, concerning
     seizure of Jewish art treasures. (USA 368). Vol. III,
     Pg. 188
     *145-PS; Oder signed by Rosenberg, 20 August 1941,
     concerning safeguarding the cultural goods in the
     Occupied Eastern Territories. (USA 373). Vol. III, Pg.
     *149-PS; Hitler Order, 1 March 1942, establishing
     authority of Einstazstab Rosenberg. (USA 369). Vol.
     III, Pg. 190
     151-PS; Rosenberg Order, 7 April 1942, concerning
     safeguarding of cultural goods, research material and
     Scientific Institutions in Occupied Eastern
     Territories. Vol. III, Pg. 191
     153-PS; Rosenberg Order, 27 April 1942, for formation
     of central unit for seizure of art treasures in
     occupied Eastern Territories. (USA 381). Vol. III, Pg.
     154-PS; Letter from Lammers to high State and Party
     authorities, 5 July 1942, confirming Rosenberg's
     powers. (USA 370). Vol. III, Pg. 193
     *158-PS; Message, 1 June 1944, initialled Utikal, Chief
     of Einsatzstab, concerning missions in Hungary. (USA
     382). Vol. III, Pg. 199
     *159-PS, 6 June 1944, initialled Utikal, Chief of
     Einsatzstab, concerning missions in Denmark and Norway.
     (USA 380) Vol. III, Pg. 199
                                                 [Page 1115]
     *171-PS; Undated report on "Library for Exploration of
     the Jewish Question" by the Hohe
     Schule District Office. (USA 383), Vol. III, Pg. 200
     *176-PS; Report on Einsatzstab Rosenberg, Working Group
     Netherlands, signed Schimmer. (USA 707) Vol. III, Pg.
     707-PS; Letters, June-October 1943 concerning
     evacuation of the museum of Charkow. Vol. III, Pg. 516
     1015-B-PS; Report on activities of Special Staff for
     Pictorial Art, October 1940 to July 1944. Vol. III, Pg.
     *1015-I-PS; Letter from Goering to Rosenberg, 30 May
     1942. (USA 385]
     1015-GG-PS; Inventory of art objects -- attached to a
     report (Document 1015-B-PS). Vol. III, Pg. 671.
     1099-PS; Letter from Kube, General Commissar White
     Ruthenia, to Rosenberg, 28 September 1941. Vol. III,
     Pg. 781
     1107-PS; Office memorandum, 17 May 1944, in Rosenberg
     Special Ministry concerning the Wehrmacht's function in
     removing treasures from the USSR. Vol. III, Pg. 789.
     1109-PS; Note signed by Dr. Ullman, 17 June 1944,
     concerning Bolshevic Atrocity Propaganda. Vol. III, Pg.
     *1117-PS; Goering Order, 1 May 1941 concerning
     establishment of Einsatzstab Rosenberg in all Occupied
     Territories. (USA 384) Vol. III, Pg. 793
     1118-PS; Letter from Roseberg to Goering, 18 June 1942,
     and related correspondence. Vol. III, Pg. 793
     *1233-PS; Printed catalog undated, concerning secured
     objects of art in the Government General (Poland). (USA
     377) Vool. III, Pg. 850.
                                                 [Page 1116]
     *1600-PS; Bormann correspondence, 1940-1941, concerning
     confiscation of religious art treasures. (USA 690) Vol.
     IV, Pg. 128
     *1709-PS; Report of Special Delegate for art seizures,
     July 1943. (USA 378) Vol. IV, Pg. 211
     *1773-PS; Decree on sequestration of property of former
     Polish State in the General Government, 15 November
     1939, published in The Law of the General Government,
     pp. E810, E845, E846. (USA 376) Vol. IV, Pg. 346
     *2523-PS; Account of conversation between Goering and
     Bunjes. (USA 783) Vol. V, Pg. 258
     *3042-PS; Affidavit of Dr. Kajetan Muehlmann, 19
     November 1945. (USA 375) Vol. V, Pg. 754
     3766-PS; Report prepared by the German Army in France
     1942 concerning removal of French art objects through
     the German Embassy and the Einsatzstab Rosenberg in
     France. Vol. VI, Pg. 646
     3814-PS; Correspondence between Hans Frank, Lammers and
     various witnesses to the conduct of Frank, February
     1945. Vol. VI, Pg. 739
     *L-188; Report of 8 August 1944, on confiscation up to
     31 July 1944. (USA 386). Vol. VII, Pg. 739.
     R-143; Himmler decree, 1 December 1939, concerning
     procedure for confiscation of works of art, archives,
     and documents. Vol. VIII, Pg. 246

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