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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 PDF (1.9 MB)
DENAZIFICATION 4. YOUTHS Youths (those born on or after 1 January 1919) should, as a general rule, be placed in Category V, unless there is strong evidence to show tiat the- are exception- ally dangerous from a political point of view in which case they will be placed in Category III. 5. NOMINAL NAZIS The object of these measures is to exclude Active Nazis as defined in Control Council Directive 24 fraa positions of authority in public life and from posts of a policy making, managerial or supervisory nature in important private undertakings, and to impose suitable penalties and sanctions upon them. It is not intended that the mass of the nominal members of the Party should be affected. Adequate defini- tions of the Active Nazi are given in Control Council Directive 24. Every effort will be mde to ensure that the spirit of this Directive is mintained. APRIL 1948 - 155 -
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