Nuremberg, Germany: International Military Tribunal, 1945-08-30
Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Law Library
Subdivision 37 / Jodl
37.03 (Jodl interrogation, 30 Aug. 1945) IDS 2
Hitler; Keitel; Warlimont; Heinrich; Ribbentrop; Rundstadt; General Antonescu
This document is a summary of an interrogation in which Jodl recounts the respective campaigns against the Low Countries, Norway and Denmark, and the Balkans. He reiterates his typical explanation that even neutral countries of inconsequential military power posed a threat to Germany, either because their neutrality was suspect or because England and/or France would use them as launching points or supply routes in an attack on Germany. Jodl also describes the early stages of planning for the campaign against Russia. This document is a typewritten copy on paper that varies from good to brown and brittle in condition. The typographical quality varies from good to illegible.