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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)
DENAZIFICATION Appendix 'A' PAT M The following is a list of categories of persons who will be carefully investigated and, if there is evidence of guilt in accor- dance with the provisions of paragraphs I and II of Article 4 of this Directivej will be charged as lesser offenders and punished if found guilty: 1. Applicants for membership in the SS or its formations; 2. Members of SA after 1 April 1933; 3. Members of HJ or BDM prior to 25 March 1939; 4. NCO's of RAD of a rank below Feldmeister or Maiden- fuehrerin; 5. Members of NSDAP after 1 May 1937 and all Applicants for membership in the NSDAP, 6. Persons who were officials in the field of education or press who received extraordinarily rapid promotion after 1 May 1939; 7. Persons who have profited by ,acceptance or transfer of pro- perty incidental to the spoilation of formerly occupied ter- ritories, "Aryanizing" or confiscation of property on political, religious or racial grounds; 8. Persons who have been employed in policy-making or exe- cutive positions in the Military or civilian administration of formerly occupied areas; 9. Persons Who have made substantial contributions to the Party; 10. Members of political parties or organizations in Germany which supported the seizure of power by the NSDAP, such as the Tannenbergbund, Altdeutscher Verband; 11. Leading officials of the German Red Cross, particularly those who were appointed after 1 January 1933; 12. Members of the Deutsche Christenbewegung and Deutsche Glaubensbewegung; 13. Members of the NSKK, NSFK, NSDStB, NSDoB, and NSF; 14. Holders of the Spanish Cross, of the Austrian, the Sudeten- deutsche and the Memel Commemoration Medal, of the Danzig Cross, of the SA-Wehrsportabzeichen, of the Merit Medal of RAD; 15. Parents or guardians who expressed consent for the edu- cation of their children in Nationalpolitische Erziehungs- anstalten, Adolf-Hitler-Schulen and Ordensschulen; 16. Persons, who gained financial advantages through the NSDAP; 17. Persons who due to National Socialistic influence escaped military service or active combat duty; 18. Employees of important enterprises in trade, industry, agri- culture or finance with the title Generaldirektor, Direktor, President, Vicepresident, Geschaeftsfuehrer, Betriebsleiter, and all members of the Board of Directors, the chairmen and deputy chairmen of the Board of Supervision, Chief en- gineers and Oberingenieure in so far as they were policy- making technical personnel, and all persons with power to hire and fire employees. APRIL 1948 _ - 136 -
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