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1. Memorandum of a conversation between Hitler, Ribbentrop and Ciano at Obersalzberg August 12, 1939.

The author's name is not given.
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal 1939-08-12
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3. The Fuhrer's speech to the Cammanders [sic] in Chief on 22 August 1939. / Translation of Document No. 798-PS / Office of U.S. Chief of Counsel.

Hitler; the translator is Virigina von Schon, 046318
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal Unknown
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4. Notes on the Conference in the Reichskanzlei on 5 Nov 37 from 16:15-20:30 hours / Translation of Document 386-PS / Office of U. S. Chief of Counsel

Hoszbach; the translator is Eve Glazier, P/O, W.R.N.S., 37371.
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal 1937-11-10
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5. Minutes of a Conference on 23 May 39

(Sgd) Schmundt, Lt Col. (Hitler's Adjutant)
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal 1939-05-23
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7. Staff Evidence Analysis / Office of U.S. Chief of Counsel for the Prosecution of Axis Criminality

The names of the respective analysts are generally not given. Almost all of the analyses bear the initials "ARM" on the lower left corner of the page. Atherton is listed as the analyst for documents nos. C-12, C-55, and C-57. Document C-17 bears the initials "J. P. B." Fite is listed as the analyst for document no. C-26. Landmann is listed as the analyst for document no. C-27.
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal 1945-09-27