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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.
(1948)

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 PDF (6.7 MB)


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DENAZIFICATION
L) The German Armed Forces and Militarists
1. NS-Fuehrungsoffiziere - All officers, regardless of whether
they were professional or reserve officers, not included in
the category of Major Offender.
2. General Staff Officers - All officers serving as General
Staff Officers since 4 February 1938 not included in the
category of Major Offender.
S. All military and civilian officials with special authority,
including heads and deputies of any functional or regional
divisions in the military or civil administration of occupied
countries and territories, as well as executive officials of
RUK (Armament and war production) except those included
in the category of Major Offender.
4. All officials of the Raw Material Trade Association (Roh-
stoffhandelsgesellschaft).
5. Military Commanders and their deputies in cities and
townships.
6. Die Wehrmacht - All regular officers of the Deutsche
Wehrmacht down to and including the rank of General-
major or equivalent rank, provided they were promoted to
this rank after 1 June 1936, and all Wehrmacht officials
down to the professional rank of Oberst.
7. Organisation Todt (OT). Transportgruppe Speer - All of-
ficers down to and including the rank of "Einsatzleiter".
8. All members of the training staffs and executive officials
of the War academies and Kadetteuanstalten.
9. All professors, speakers and authors in the field of military
science since 1933.
10. All members of the Schwarze Reichswehr and all members
of the Freikorps who became members of the NSDAP in-
sofar as they are not included in the category of Major
Offender.
M) Private Business and Professions
1. Wehrwirtschaftsfuehrer - All Wehrwirtschaftsfuehrer ap-
pointed by the Ministry of Economics not Included in the
category of Major Offender.
2. Wirtschaftskammern - All executive officials of Economic
Chambers not included in the category of Major Offender.
3. Reichsgruppen der gewerblichen Wirtschaft - All executive
officials of the groups, main committees, special committees,
main rings and special rings.
4. Reichsverkehrsgruppen - All executive officials of Trans-
portation Groups.
5. Wirtschaftsgruppen - All executive officials of Economic
Groups.
6. Reichsvereinigungen (Reich Associations) - All executive
officials of the Reichsvereinigungen, including department
heads and chairmen, deputies, managers of the main com-
mittees, special committees, main rings and special rings.
7. Werberat der Deutschen Wirtschaft (Advertising Council of
German Economy) - All executive officials not included in
the category of Major Offender.
8. Policy making officials of the Reich Allocation Offices
(Reichstellen) and subordinate allocation offices (Bewirt-
schaftungsstellen).
9. Business enterprises including  financial institutions in
which the Reich, the NSDAP, or any of its formations or
APRIL 1948
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