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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
affiliated organizations had at any time since 1 April 1933
an interest representing actual or working control - All
presidents, members of the boards of supervisors or direc-
tors, managing directors and managers.
10. I. Private enterprises in industry, trade, commerce, handi-
craft, agriculture and forestry, banking, insurance, trans-
portation, etc.-:
Enterprises which because of capital invested, the number
of their employees, the kind of production, or for any other
reason are, of themselves, important and essential:
All proprietors, owners and leaseholders, partners, includ-
ing shareholders holding a share of more than 250/0, chair-
men of the executive or supervisory boards, or other persons
having a decisive influence on the management, insofar as
such persons were members of the NSDAP or of any of its
formations, or, without having been members, owed their
position to their connections with the NSDAP.
II. Non profit enterprises and charitable institutions:
Enterprises which are of great importance because of their
size of activity.
All executives, business managers, members of boards of
directors and of boards of supervisors, advisers and other
persons who have a decisive influence on the business
management or perform any supervisory function, insofar
as they were members of the NSDAP or of any of its
formations, or, without having been members, owed their
position to their connections with the NSDAP.
11. Professions (Physicians, lawyers, pharmacists, architects,
.engineers, artists, authors, journalists and so on):
a) All executives, members of boards of directors, business
managers, executive employees and members of the
chambers of professional and social agencies including
the court of honor, and all councillors admitted to
practice before the Party courts, SA or SS courts.
b) Other members of professions who by reason of their
membership in the NSDAP or of any of its formations
derived special advantages.
N) Jurists
1. Managers and Treasurers of the Akademie fuer Deutsches
Recht (Academy for German Law).
2. Chairmen, other regular judges and the regular executives
of the public prosecutors office of special courts.
3. Chairmen, judges and public prosecutors of military courts
(Standgerichte).
4. Presidents and Vicepresidents
a) of the Reichspatentamt,
b) of the Reichsversicherungsamt and the Reichsversorgungs-
gericht,
c) of the Landeserbhofgericht in Celle.
5. Vicepresidents and Senatspresidents of the Reichsgericht
who were appointed after 31 December 1938, and regular
members of the Oberster Dienststrafsenat of the Reichs-
gericht.
APRIL 1948
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