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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
2. To be employed in any dependent position, other than
ordinary labor.
3. To be active as teacher, preacher, editor, author, or radio
commentator.
h) They are subject to restrictions as regards living space and
place of residence, and may be enlisted for public works
service.
i) They shall lose all licences, concessions and privileges
granted.them and the right to keep a motor vehicle.
ARTICLE 9
SANCTIONS AGAINST OFFENDERS
1. They may be imprisoned or interned for a period up to ten
years in order to perform reparation and reconstruction work.
Political internment after 8 May 1945 can be taken into account.
2. Their property may be confiscated (as a contribution for
reparation), either as a whole or in part. In case the property
is confiscated in part, capital goods (Sachwerte) should be
preferred. The necessary items for daily use shall be left to
them.
3. They shall be ineligible to hold any public office, including
that of notary or attorney.
4. They shall lose any legal claims to a pension or allowance
payable from public funds.
5. They shall lose the right to vote, the capacity to be elected,
and the right to be politically active in any way or to be
members of a political party.
6. They shall not be allowed to be members of a trade union or
business or vocational association.
7. They shall be prohibited, for a period of not less than five
years after their release:
a) To be active in a profession or, independently, in an
enterprise or economic undertaking of any kind, to own a
share therein or to supervise or control it.
b) To be employed in any dependent position, other than
ordinary labor.
c) To be active as a teacher, preacher, editor, author, or radio
commentator.
8. They are subject to restriction as regards living space and
place of residence.
9. They shall lose all licenses, concessions and priviliges granted
them and the right to keep a motor vehicle.
10. Within the discretion of Zone Commanders sanctions may be
included in zonal laws forbidding offenders to leave a Zone
without permission.
ARTICLE 10
SANCTIONS AGAINST LESSER OFFENDERS
If the finding of the tribunal places an individual in the
category of lesser offenders, he may be placed on probation. The
time of probation shall be at least two years but, as a rule, not
more than three years. To which group a person responsible
APRIL 1948
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