Nuremberg, Germany: International Military Tribunal, 1945-09-05
Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Law Library
[No Subdivision] / [Reports on Treason, War Crimes, and War Criminals / Interrogation Reports]
105.21.24 (Document Room Interrogation Analysis)
Hitler; von Fritsch; Hoszbach; Raeder; Goering; von Neurath
10 November 1937; January 1938
This interrogation summary reiterates Blomberg's view that he and von Fritsch were forced out of the German Army on trumped-up charges because they opposed Hitler's intention to go to war. Blomberg also states that he knew Hitler's adjutant, Hoszbach, and discusses (in the interrogation [proper; the substance is not reported here) the latter's notes of a meeting in Berlin on 10 November 1937. The present document is a typewritten copy of good quality on brown, brittle paper.