Nuremberg, Germany: International Military Tribunal, 1945-10-06
Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Law Library
Subdivision 32 / Frick
32.02 (Frick interrogation, 6 Oct. 1945) IDS
2 December 1938; 26 April 1939; 30 April 1939; 4 December 1941; 2 December 1943
This document is a summary of an interrogation conducted on the noted date. Frick accepts responsibility for all laws signed by him and reiterates his approval of laws designed to disenfranchise, impoverish, and curtail the lives of Jews. He also states that public opposition to any of the laws he signed would have been ineffectual and that his resistance would have landed him in a concentration camp. The document is a typewritten copy of good to poor quality on browning paper.