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   Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression, Volume Two, Chapter XIV
                                                  [Page 915]
                     18. FRANZ VON PAPEN


(1) Awarded the Golden Party Badge by Hitler, thereby
becoming member of NSDAP (2902-PS; Das Archiv vol. 48, p.

(2) Member of Reichstag, 1933-1945 (2902-PS).

(3) Reich Chancellor, 1 June 1942 to 2 December 1942, acting
pro-tem between 17 November and 2 December (2902-PS).

(4) Vice Chancellor, 30 January 1933 to August 1934 ( ?)
Papen admits holding office only to 30 June 1934; he also
admits that decrees published on 1 August 1934 and 2 August
1934 carry his signa-

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ture as Vice-Chancellor, but claims this was either mistake
or forgery) (2902-PS).

(5) Special Plenipotentiary for the Saar (13 November 1933
to 30 June 1934) (2902-PS).

(6) Negotiator of Concordat with Vatican (concluded 20 July
1933) (2655-PS).

(7) German Ambassador at Vienna (26 July 1934 to 4 February
1938), continuing thereafter to arrange Berchtesgaden
meeting between Hitler and Schuschnigg and to participate in
meeting itself (2902-PS).

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