Nuremberg, Germany: International Military Tribunal, 1945-10-10
Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Law Library
Subdivision 51/ Speer
51.01 (Speer interrogation, 10Oct 1945) IDS
Sauckel; Goering; Schmeldter; Hildebrandt; Letsch; Laval; Peukert; Stuelpnagel; Michel; Himmler; Hitler; Bormann; Goebbels; Colonel von Nikolai
This document summarizes an interrogation of Albert Speer that addresses a range of topics related to the conscription of foreign workers. The summary concentrates on the use of foreign labor in German factories during the war and provides details concerning their employment and living conditions. The summary also reflects the competition among various branches of the German government and military to obtain manpower to pursue various projects, particularly the efforts of the SS to establish its own armaments industry on the strength of concentration camp labor. This document is a typewritten copy on generally good paper.