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Denazification, cumulative review. Report, 1 April 1947-30 April 1948.

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Germany (territory Allied occupation, 1945-1955 : U.S. Zone). Office of Military Government. Civil Administration Division.
Denazification, cumulative review. Report, 1 April 1947-30 April 1948.
n.p.: Lithographed by the Adjutant General, OMGUS, 1948
168 p. map. 35 cm.

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Table of contents

Denazification cumulative review, pp. 1-13

Joint chiefs of staff directive to commander in chief of U. S. forces of occupation regarding the Military Government of Germany (JCS 1067/6) (excerpt), 26 April 1945, pp. 14-16

SHAEF directive, eradication of Nazism, November 1944, pp. 17-22

USFET directive, removal of Nazis and Militarists, 7 July 1945, pp. 23-36

USFET letter to commanding generals Third U.S. Army/Eastern military district and Seventh U.S. Army/Western military district, subject: removal of Nazis and Militarists, 15 August 1945, pp. 37-38

Report on the Tripartite Conference of Berlin (Potsdam Agreement), 2 August 1945 (excerpt), pp. 39-41

Military Government- Germany, supreme commander's area of control, law No. 1 (abrogation of Nazi law), pp. 42-43

Military Government- Germany, supreme commander's area of control, law No. 5 (dissolution of Nazi Party), pp. 44-45

Military Government- Germany, supreme commander's area of control, law No. 52 ( blocking and control of property), pp. 46-48

Military Government- Germany, United States Zone, law No. 8 (prohibition of employment of members of Nazi party in positions in business other than ordinary labor and for other purposes) and regulation No. 1 under the law, 26 September 1945, pp. 49-51

Law for liberation from National Socialism and Militarism (German legislation), 5 March 1946, as amended and annotated, pp. 52-97

Allied Control Authority, Control Council Directive No. 24 (removal from office and from positions of responsibility of Nazis and of persons hostile to allied purposes) 12 January 1946, pp. 98-113

Allied Control Authority, Control Council Directive No. 38 (the arrest and punishment of war criminals, Nazis and Militarists and the internment, control and surveillance of potentially dangerous Germans) 12 October 1946, pp. 114-136

Four Power Agreement on Denazification of Germany, fourth session of Council of Foreign Ministers, Moscow, 1947, p. 137

Military Government, Germany, British Zone of Control, Ordinance No. 69 (trial of members of criminal organizations) 31 December 1946, pp. 138-141

Military Government, Germany, British Zone of Control, Ordinance No. 79 (categorization of less dangerous Nazis), pp. 142-149

Military Government, Germany, British Zone of Control, Ordinance No. 110 (transfer to the Land Governments of Responsibilty for Denazification), 1 October 1947, pp. 150-155

Commander in chief of Soviet occupation forces in Germany, Order No. 201, rules for the application of Directives No. 24 and No. 38 of the Control Council on Denazification, 16 August 1947, pp. 156-157

Berlin Kommandatura Order 101a to the Oberbuergemeister of the city of Berlin on Denazification, 28 February 1946, pp. 158-159

OMGUS letter to the Land Military Governors, U.S. Zone, subject: expediting completion of Denazification trials in the U.S. Zone, 27 March 1948, pp. 160-162

Ordinance No. 79 of the commander in chief (French) relating to the implementation of Control Council Directive No. 38, 18 February 1947, pp. 163-164

Ordinance No. 92 of the commander in chief (French) on the amnesty for young people, 2 May 1947, pp. 165-166

Ordinance No. 133 of the commander in chief (French) relating to Denazification, 17 November 1947, pp. 167-168

Occupied areas of Germany

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