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          Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression, Volume 6

                                        [Page 165]
                   TRANSLATION OF DOCUMENT 3463-PS
     Volz (member of the cultural circle of the SA), 9th
       edition, 1939, by H. G. Ploetz Berlin/Leipzig.
 [The following are extracts from the inside of the front

No objections are raised by the N.S.D.A.P against the
publication of this pamphlet.

Berlin 16th December 1938


      The Chairman of the Official Party Commission for
     the examination and protection of NSDAP literature.

It is suggested that all organizations of the NSDAP, the
institution "Strength through Joy" and all associated
organizations should buy and recommend this publication.

Berlin 16th December 1938

      Office of the Cultivation of literature with the
     plenipotentiary of the Fuehrer for the whole spir-
      itual and ideological education of the N.S.D.A.P.

[Page 41]

28th May [1932]  In view of the imminent fall of Bruening at
a meeting between the former Deputy of the Prussian Centre
Party Franz von Papen and the Fuehrer in Berlin (First

                                                  [Page 166]

contact in Spring 1932); the Fuehrer agrees that a Papen-
Cabinet should be tolerated by the NSDAP, provided that the
prohibitions imposed on the SA, uniforms and demonstrations
be lifted and the Reichstag dissolved.

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