Goebbels; Dr. Jonach von Freinwald; Ernst Hiemer; Kaufmann
This document summarizes an interrogation of Julius Streicher, in which the witness confirms that his writing and speeches of the past twenty-five years (since 1920) have "dealt with questions of race and blood." Streicher denies having destroyed or hidden any of his books or papers, and suggests that his editor might have done it. He and his wife did burn their letters, including those received from Goebbels. Streicher provides some information about the development of his racial theories and "concedes that possibly three years ago he had advocated their [the Jews'] extermination." This document is a typewritten copy on fairly stable paper. The print quality is fair at best.