Nuremberg, Germany: International Military Tribunal, 1945-08-15
Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Law Library
Subdivision 37 / Jodl
37.04 (Jodl interrogation, 15 Aug. 1945) IDS
Hitler; Keitel; Quisling; Rosenberg; Raeder; Major Deyale; Warlimont; Admiral Kranke; Colonel von Lossberg; Captain Speck von Stormberg; Canaris; Colonel Pickenbruk; Terboven
10 March 1890; 4 April 1940
This interrogation summary paraphrases Jodl's answers to discrete questions and includes direct quotation from Jodl in English translation. The main substance concerns Germany's invasion of Norway and the extent of Norwegian collaboration. Most notable, perhaps, is Jodl's analysis that the British would have entered Norway if the Germans had not, "and then we would have lost the war at the beginning" (p.3). The document is a typewritten copy of adequate quality on slightly browning paper.