Nuremberg, Germany: International Military Tribunal, 1945-09-11
Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Law Library
Subdivision 63 / News Reports and Editorial Comments on Trials
63.01 (Blokzijl trial 2)
A. L. M. van Berkel; Queen Wilhelmina; J. Zaaijer; Princess Juliana; Professor J. C. van Oven; Dr. H. Burgersdijk; Major General H. C. G. van Lawick; Lieutenant General P. W. Best; Hitler
25 September 1945
This document is a fuller account of the Blokzijl trial [see preceding document 63.01 (Blokzijl trail)]. It summarizes the most important questions put to the defendant by the prosecution, as well as Blokzijl's answers, admissions and denials both. The report represents Blokzijl as an advocate of a National Socialist government for the Netherlands and an appeaser of his nation's "conquerors," but as nonetheless maintaining his innocence of the terms of the indictment. This document is a typewritten mimeograph of adequate quality on good paper.