Nuremberg, Germany: International Military Tribunal, 1945-10-03
Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Law Library
Subdivision 31/ Frank
31.03 (Frank transcript, 3 Oct. 1945) am
English; the interpreter is 1st Lt. Joachim Stenzel.,
Clair Van Vleck; Dr. Johannes Büchner; Count Prodotsky; Goering; Rosenberg; Duerer; Fischer; Liebetrau; Pellezieur; Leonardo da Vinci; Canaletto; Muhlmann; Buehler; Himmler
7 November 1939; 16 December 1939; 24 January 1940; 3 May 1945
This document is a transcript of an interrogation of the witness conducted on the noted date. The Interrogation Division Summary of this interrogation appears earlier in this volume of the Donovan Archive. Frank represents his confiscation of artwork as safekeeping and himself as a champion of education and culture in Poland. He emphasizes his persistence in demanding the release of some 60 or 80 University of Cracow professors from the Oranienburg concentration camp. He denies responsibility for malnutrition among Poles in the Government General of Poland and claims to have taken steps to alleviate it. The document is a typewritten carbon copy of adequate to good quality on thin, browning paper.