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Session No. 100 Continuation of the cross examination of The Accused by the Prosecution. The Accused explains according to the map those areas annexed to the Reich during the various stages of occupation. - A publication is submitted by the Prosecution & marked exhibits T/1426 & T/1427 by the court. - Discussion regarding the publication & its relevance.
- The continuation of the cross examination of The Accused by the Attorney General for the Prosecution. INCOMPLETE - "The Reinhard Operation", the liquidation of the Jews of Poland by Heidrich and confiscation of their property in which The accused denies any part. - T/1284, the minutes of a meeting regarding the Jews in the Government General area, at which Nowak as a representative from the office of the accused participated, the other participants and the timetables that were discussed. - The jurisdiction of the office of The accused- bureau IV B4 to send Jews to Auschwitz from the Government General area according to T/1356, the testimony of Grajewski, who worked in the political department of Auschwitz. RECESS - Analysis of T/297, the participants of the cabinet sessions and references to the diary of Frank. - T/257, regarding Bergen -Belsen, various other camps and the role of IV B4. - T/846, an order by The accused as to how the beds should be lined up in Theresienstadt, mail matters and his connection with the Council of Elders, the death sentences which he insists had nothing to do with him. - The laws and orders for the execution and murder of the Jews. - Eichmann 's trip to Monaco to find out their attitude towards the Jewish question, T/492 and the matter of the Jews there without the knowledge of the Foreign Office. - T/342, a cable sent to Knochen by The accused and to whom the "I" refers. - T/526, the co-operation of The accused with Reischauer known to be more extremist then Hitler in the matter of the Jews, the meetings in which he took part and his harsher policy then Hitler 's regarding the offspring of mix marriages. - T/693, an affidavit by Dr. Losener, also connects the names of Eichmann and Reischauer, and T/526 a memorandum, but the accused denies taking any active part in those meetings. INCOMPLETE (cross examination of The accused on matters concerning children mixed marriages and persons of mixed blood, continued on VHS 54) "
- The continuation of the cross examination of the accused by the Attorney General for the Prosecution. - T/693, an affidavit by Dr. Losener, also connects the names of Eichmann & Reischauer, & T/526 a memorandum, but the accused denies taking any active part in those meetings. - Denies meeting Wimmer or Seyss-Inquart in Holland, but did meet Rauter. - The co-ordination & implementation of the action to do with the people of mixed marriages, the role of the accused. - Denies visiting any camp in Holland, but did meet with Lages & the accused explains the reasons why he sent Brunner & Dannecker to France, & Brunner 's role in France & their meeting on the Cote d' Azur. - T/592, the decision of the Reichskommisar to remove all Jewish affairs from remain in his hands & under his jurisdiction. - T/563, in connection with the release of the diamond-cutters in Holland from the concentration camp, T/528, his objection to releasing some Jews who were members of the N.S.B.