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Military Government, Germany, British Zone of Control, Ordinance No. 79 (categorization of less dangerous Nazis), pp. 142-149 PDF (2.7 MB)
DENAZIFICATION CATEGORY II (OFFENDERS) Serial No. Composition Remarks 6 The Reich Cabinet The German Government including any persons who at any time since 30 January, 1933 have been: (a) Reich Ministers, with or without portfolio (the heads of departments or ministries of the Cen- tral Government); State Ministers acting as Reich Ministers; and other officials entitled to take part in meetings of the ordinary Cabinet. (b) Members of the Council of Ministers for the defence of the Reich. (c) Members of the Secret Cabinet Council. 7 Hitler Jugend and (a) All Leaders (Fuehrer) down to and including the Indoctrination rank of Gefolgschaft-Fuehrer and all personnel Leaders of the H.J. Streifendienst. (b) All members of the training staffs of the Or- densburgen, Schulungsburgen, NAPOLAS and Adolf Hitler Schulen. 8 German Intelligence (a) Members of Amts I and II not included in Serial Service 2 of Category I. (b) Abwehr officers (Militaerisches Amt) not quali- fyi~ag for the definition of "Militarist". 9 SA All officers down to and including the rank of Sturm- bann-Fuehrer. 10 National Socialist All officers down to ana including the rank of Sturm- Aviation Corps bann-Fuehrer. (NSFK) 11 National Socialist All officers down to and including the rank of Motor Corps (NSKK) Staffelfuehrer. 12 National Labour All officers down to and including the rank of Ar- Service(RAD) b eit sfu ehre r. 13 Miscellaneous (a) Any individual already held in, or later taken into, custody who is considered to be potentially dangerous to allied purposes. (b) Any individual transferred from Category I by a recognised tribunal. 14 Industrialists and Highly qualified individuals who, by their training Scientists and experience, invent or develop new weapons or or- ganise industry or manpower for anti-democratic or warlike purposes, if they are considered to be po- tentially dangerous on account of their disposition and political association in conjunction with their technical qualifications. APRIL 1948 - 147 -
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