English; the translator's name is not given.,
Werner Best; Pancke; Goering; Heydrich; Professor Morgens Fog; Schweitzer; Dr. Hoffmann; Lt Col. Tiemroth; Jens Möller; Vodder Schmidt; Pahl; Dr. Zechender; Carstens; Tretow-Loof; Bethmann
This document is a summary of an interrogation conducted on the noted date. It reports Bovensiepen's admission that torture was used against certain prisoners, according to protocols defined by "the highest authority" (p. 1), and that the curfew imposed during the summer of 1944 was Best's idea. Of the general strike that followed, Bovensiepen considered it an opportunity to break the Danish Resistance. That effort failed, according to Bovensiepen, because Best revoked the curfew too soon. The document is a typewritten original of excellent quality on slightly browning paper.