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81. Preliminary Trial Brief

Lieut. Whitney R. Harris, USNR / X-2 Branch, OSS
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal Not dated
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82. Report of High Command Interrogation No. 14

The interrogator is Flight Lieut. R. Benson.
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal 1945-11-07
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84. Report of Interrogation: # 5803 / PAV: Kessler, Ulrich / Rank: General der Flieger (Lt. General) / SECRET

Captain Halle
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal 1945-10-03
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87. SUB J: Report, Presentation Branch

David Zablodowsky
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal 1945-10-06
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89. Sections of the R.S.H.A. Possibly Involved in War Crimes/ SECRET

Winston M. Scott, Lt. (j.g.) USNR, X-2 German Section
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal 1945-06-23
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90. Seyss-Inquart

Joseph D. Bryan, Major, AUS
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal Not dated
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93. Subject: Potential Witnesses for Trial

John Harlan Amen
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal 1945-11-17
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94. Subject: Project Briefs

Robert G. Storey
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal 1945-09-19
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95. Subject: Statement by Rudolf Diels

John H. Herz
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal 1945-11-13
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96. The Conspirators Placed Their Dominated Organizations on a Progressively Militarized Basis

Morton E. Rome, Lieutenant, USNR
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal 1945-11-10
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97. The Gestapo and the SD and Ernst Kaltenbrunner

Whitney R. Harris, Lieutenant, USNR
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal 1945-11-10
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98. The Law Under Which Nazi Organizations Are Accused of Being Criminal

Robert H. Jackson
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal Not dated
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99. The Relations of the OKW to the Party, the OKH, and the SS

The author's name is not given; internal evidence strongly suggests the author is Walter Warlimont.
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal 1945-05-28
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100. The Slave Labor Program, The Illegal Use of Prisoners of War, and The Special Responsibility of Defendants Sauckel and Speer Therefor.

Harriet Zetterberg; Thomas L. Karsten; Lt., USNR; James H. Mathias, Captain, JAGD; Bernard D. Meltzer, Lt. (jg) USNR
Nuremberg, Germany, International Military Tribunal 1945-11-11