Nuremberg, Germany: International Military Tribunal, 1945-05-30
Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Law Library
[No Subdivision] / [ R & A Reports, Interrogations of German Prisoners, Translations of German Documents, Legal Theory]
This volume is not sectioned.
English; the translator's name is not given.,
Wolff and Dollmann
Hitler; General von Seydlitz; Tito; Vietinghoff; Kesselring; Goebbels; Graf von Galen; Graf von Breiten
22 May 1945
This document is a transcript of a conversation between SS Obergruppenfuehrer Karl Wolffand SS Oberfuehrer Dollmann. The summary included on page one states, "In the conversation reproduced in this report Wolff and Dollmann discuss with a British Army Officer the problems which may be expected to occur in occupied Germany, and the manner in which they should be met. The main subjects discussed are: 1. A survey of Nazism and the reasons for its failure. 2. The likelihood of resistance movements. 3. How the German population should be treated. 4. The 'Werewolves.' 5. The influence of the Catholic Church." The conversation is noted to have taken place on 22 May 1945. This document is a typewritten copy of good quality on good paper.