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.
Berlin Kommandatura Order 101a to the Oberbuergemeister of the city of Berlin on Denazification, 28 February 1946, pp. 158-159 PDF (728.2 KB)
DENAZIFICATION 4. Such persons may be employed in some organization other than from which they have been removed, in ordinary work or servi6e- whether skilled, unskilled, or clerical in an inferior position, or may practice their profession or trade in a private capac- ity, provided they do not employ or supervise other persons. 5. They will be replaced by.persons who by their political and moral qualities have. shown themselves capable of assisting in developing genuine democratic institu- tions in Germany. 6. Persons removed from public office will not be entitled to the benefit of an pension or any other Civil Service rights. 7. Any person removed or refused employment by reason of the provisions of paragraph 2 who claims that he was only a nominal participant in the activities of the NSDLP and is not a militarist and is not hostile to the development of a genuine democratic tradition in Germany~may appeal to the Allted Kommandatura through the De- nazification Commission of the VerwaltungsbeZirk and the City of Berlin for a deolara- tion that he may still be employed. (Denazification Regulations No. 2) 8. Every public or private undertaking will render by 15 March through their Be- zirksamt a list of all persons removed since 30 April 1945, together with the reasons for dismissal, in the manner specified. in Denazification Regulations No. 3. Persons praotising for their ow account, or who are at the time unemployed who are affected by this order shall deliver in respect of themselves the particulars required by this Regula tion. 9. No action taken against the property of persons dismissed under this order will be lawful without the authority of the Sector Military Governimnt. 10. Any failure to comply with any of the provisions of this order will render both the undertaking and the responsible individuals, liable to prosecution in the Military Courts, for disobedience of an order of the Allied Kommandatura. 11. Acknowledge receipt of this order, quoting number and date. APRIL 1948 - 159 - r - - mw-Vw---Vww U"%WW--vw WWwv
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