Hitler; Goering; Schuschnigg; Kepler; Miklas; Ender; Frank
11 March 1938; 15 March 1945; 1 May 1939
This document summarizes an interrogation of Seyss-Inquart in which the witness recounts his efforts to facilitate the Anschluss and his awareness that the Nazis chose him to be Chancellor because they knew he would cooperate with Germany. The witness again states his having requested German troops to be sent into Austria. The witness "has no regrets about his conduct in regard to Austria and takes full responsibility" and does not conceive any reason to be "ashamed of any action in Poland," but concedes that he made "grave mistakes" as Governor General of Holland. This document is a typewritten copy on generally stable paper.