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1 GUIDES TO GERMAN RECORDS MICROFILMED AT ALEXANDRIA, VA. No. 80. Records of the German Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht/) Part VI National Archives and Records Service General Services Administration Washington: 982

2 This finding aid has been prepared by the National Archives as part of its program of facilitating the use of records in its custody,, The microfilm described in this guide may be consulted at the National Archives, where it is identified as Microfilm Publication T77 0 To order microfilm, write to the Publications Sales Branch (NEPS), National Archives and Records Service (GSA), Washington, DC Some of the papers reproduced on the microfilm referred to in this and other guides of the same series may have been of private origin. The fact of their seizure is not believed to divest their original owners of any literary property rights in them. Anyone, therefore, who publishes them in whole or in part without permission of their authors may be held liable for infringement of such literary property rights. Library of Congress Catalog Card No

3 GUIDES TO GERMAN RECORDS MICROFILMED AT ALEXANDRIA, VA. No Records of the German Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht/), Part VI Amt Ausland/Abwehr (Office of Foreign and Counterintelligence) National Archives and Records Service General Services Administration Washington 982

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5 I N T R O D U C T I O N The Guides to German Records Microfilmed at Alexandria, Va., constitute a series of finding aids to the National Archives and Records Service (NARS) microfilms of seized records of German central, regional, and local government agencies and of military commands and units, as well as of the Nazi Party, its component formations, affiliated associations, and supervised organizations. The records described in the guides were created generally during the period The guide series was initiated by the microfilming project of the Committee for the Study of War Documents of the American Historical Association (AHA) in cooperation with NARS and the Department of the Army. With the termination of AHA participation in July 963, NARS assumed sole responsibility for the reproduction of records and the preparation of guides. Guide No. 80 is Part VI of Guides to Records of German Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht/) and describes 96 rolls of Microfilm Publication T77. This guide covers the period generally from 935 to 945 and continues descriptions of records of the German Armed Forces Intelligence Service ( Abwehr) begun in Guide No. 8; parts I-V are contained in Guides 7, 7-9, and 78. The main grouping of Guide No. 80 consists of records of Amt Ausland/Abwehr (Office of Foreign and Counterintelligence), Zentralabteilung (Central Branch), Abwehrabteilung I - Spionage (Intelligence Branch I - Espionage), Abwehrabteilung II - Sabotage (Intelligence Branch II - Sabotage), Abwehrabteilung III - Spionageabwehr - Gegenabwehr (Intelligence Branch III - Counterespionage), and Chiffrierabteilung (Cipher Branch). These records are reproduced on 37 rolls of Microfilm Publication T77, rolls , , 456, 499, "R500-R504," 505, and The second grouping consists of 5 volumes of the "Geheimer Nachrichtendienst und Spionageabwehr des Heeres," typescript monographs from 927 to 942 by Gen.Maj. a.d. Fritz Gempp, Abteilungs leiter der Heeres-Abwehrabteilung im Reichswehrministerium (Branch Chief of the Army Intelligence Branch in the Reich War Ministry), which mainly cover World War I, 94-8, but reach back as far as 866. These 5 volumes are reproduced on rolls and of NARS Microfilm Publication T77. The third grouping consists of records of, Amt Ausland/Abwehr - Abwehrnebenstelle ( ). These records were originally filmed by COMUSBASGER (Commander, U.S. Base, Germany), the Office of Naval Intelligence () between 5 Sep 945 and 6 Apr 946, in, Germany, as rolls -62 and -A to 4-A Special. They were later renumbered ML 37, ML 0, and ML 50 to ML 229 (7 rolls are missing) with several duplicate roll numbers from ML 2 to ML 229. The available 59 M(icrofilm) L(ibrary) rolls have been incorporated into Microfilm Publication T77 as rolls and The records reproduced thereon are mainly incoming and outgoing messages and reports from various Abwehr agents and informants, such as captains of German merchant ships, concerning loading activities, type of cargo, seizure and registry of ships, and their destination; also agents' reports on convoys and troop ships, manuals ("M.Dv." - Marine Dienstvorschriften), and German Navy publications on ports in Great Britain, Portugal, Spain, the Soviet Union, and the United States. Included are secret mail logs, logs of records destroyed (burned), intelligence night duty officers' journals, card files of agents (filed by name, code number, and country employed), and reports sent to Abwehrnebenstelle through the Heeres-Fernschreibnetz (Army Teletype Network). As noted above, there are also records of, Amtsgruppe Ausland (Office Group for Foreign Relations), and Zentralabteilung (Central Branch), as described in Guide No. 8, pages 93-5, and reproduced on rolls of Microfilm Publication T77, which contain material on the organization, training, and assignment of Abwehr units and personnel before and during the invasion of Poland, Sep 939; invasion of Denmark and Norway, 9 Apr 940; invasion of Luxembourg, Belgium, the Netherland, and France, 0 May 940; invasion of Yugoslavia, Greece, and Crete, 6 Apr 94; invasion of the Soviet

6 Union, 22 Jun 94; and various intelligence activities in occupied countries during World War II, mainly in occupied France. A data card for each record item was microfilmed immediately preceding the document. The data cards for all documents on one roll of film were again filmed as a finding aid at the beginning of that roll. The data cards were prepared hastily to keep pace with the filming and restitution schedules, therefore new descriptions were prepared. The provenance to which each record item is attributed is that of the organization or office that created or filed it. The computer-printed register of record items is in the sequence of microfilm roll numbers, which are the computer control numbers; for numerical sequence of all record items described in this guide, consult the listing in the Index. The INDEX, including instructions for its use, begins on page 90. The index is primarily an archival index to this guide and only indirectly to the microfilmed documents it describes. Any attempt to index the massive volume of these documents in the comprehensive manner of a book index would encumber or bloat the index and make it difficult to use. This index was computer formatted and printed from simultaneous input of keywords of the individual record item descriptions and was supplemented with references, cross-references, and explanatory subheadings. The full index was then reproduced from the master copies by photographic offset printing. The CONTENTS column on the pages containing records descriptions provides (a) the name of the organization, military branch, or office that originated the document, (b) the German title appearing on the folder cover, and (c) a general description of the document's content. The inclusive dates of the document or the specific date of an original event, publication, or of an issuance are given under the DATES column; the ITEM NO. column gives the identification symbol that is on the original folder; the ROLL column gives the T77 roll number on which the document is filmed; and the ST FRAME column gives the frame number of the first page of the document. The original records have been returned to the Federal Republic of Germany for deposit in the Bundesarchiv-Militaerarchiv in Freiburg. The master microfilm negatives of publication T77 have been deposited with the Publications Sales Branch (NEPS), National Archives and Records Service (GSA), Washington, DC 20408, from which copies of specific rolls may be purchased, except for "R-s" ("Restricted"). "R-s" pertain to privileged material and are not available for purchase but may be reviewed in NARS research rooms. No reproduction of these record items are permitted. Reference copies of all other rolls may be consulted in the Microfilm Reading Room of the National Archives. For suggestions for citing microfilm, S Q^ page ix; for instructions for ordering microfilm, see page 49, The descriptions in this guide were written by George Wagner and Petronilla Hawes. Mrs. Hawes also prepared the input data for the computer. Harry L. Hickman and Annis K. Olsen of NARS, Editorial Branch, were the editors. The computer input scheme, a modification of the SPINDEX program, was devi.sed by the undersigned. ROBERT WOLFE Chief, Modern Military Headquarters Branch Military Archives Division IV

7 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Introduction Organization Plan of the German Armed Forces Intelligence Organization Plan of the German Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht/) Armed Forces High Command (), Military Intelligence, Part III, Chapter 3 Organization of the German Armed Forces Intelligence Service Published Guides to German Records Microfilmed at Alexandria, Va. Suggestions for Citing Microfilm iii vi vii ix XV xvii xx i Records of the German Armed Forces High Command: Amt Ausland/Abwehr Amt Ausland/Abwehr "R-s" Gempp Abwehrnebenstelle Index Instructions for Ordering Microfilm

8 ORGANIZATION PLAN OF THE GERMAN ARMED FORCES INTELLIGENCE Foreign and Counterintelligence (Ant Auslandabwehr, A. AusJ./Abvj») Formerly: Abteilung Landesverteidigung Admiral CAFARIS Foreign Branch Central Branch Intelligence Branch I Intelligence Branch II Intelligence Branch III (Amtsgruppe Ausland) (Z ent ralabte ilung] (Abv/ehrabteilung I (Abwehrabteilung II) (Abwehrabteilung III) Kapitan Rurkner Oberst Oster Obstlt. Piekenbrock Obstlt* Lahousen Ostlt. v, Bentivegni VI

9 Dcr Fuhrrr und Obtrslr UefrhUhabcr dcr WrKrmachli Adolf Miller DJ* ObcrkomnrunJo drr Wchrnutiil i 940/4 Pirlel (Hefi/Bormtnn) RelchiauBtnmln. (v. Rlbbentrop) RcichtfUhrer SS (H. Hlmmler) Ad) b fuhrti und Ob d W i Sdimmdl (Cntf Adj I (* >l (Httt)». Iflaw (Lufln ) Chef. CFM Wilhelm Kcilcl W*hfnucttl-ruhiun(illtb(Amt) Ccn Allnd odl (WFSl) Adi : M«oi D«vhlt Ami Auilandtnadiilctilm and AbwtKr Adm C»l>ll fnt (AWA) Ctn Rclnrdic \Vrhii>.n.chill*- und K Ctn Tkamti Ctwl Ubfltl llynt WiHtnilllliUmitheftimltflen (WSlK) Vert.i CtB.CH.v.Slllp»«ttl C>wl dn Slibtt Ob«fill.B«hmt sitiiv. CK<( dtt AM. Lind»T«rl(ldl (un (L). Ccn.Wilitr AM Wrhrm N«*r Vtib W (WNV) Ctn! >» Abl IVrhrmichlproptCJndi (VVT.I Ob«cil H v Wrdd Otwnlll MlDltl Helm Moll Mm R«l Cr«lntr LI Or Scheldt VI

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11 Armed Forces High Command () - Military Intelligence (Part III, Chapter 3) A: General B: Procurement of Intelligence C: Evaluation of Intelligence A: General: There was no central intelligence agency in the Armed Forces High Command to which the various intelligence procurement and evaluating agencies in each service were subordinate. Despite this lack of centralization of control, however, close cooperation between the various agencies was assured by the integrated nature of their work. The intelligence agencies in the High Command fell into two main categories, namely procuring agencies, and evaluating agencies, as follows: B: Procurement of Intelligence by the High Command,, (). Procurement Agencies in the Armed Forces High Command () (a) Foreign and Counterintelligence Office in the (Amt Ausland-Abwehr) The Foreign and Counterintelligence Office of the was subordinate to the Chief of, and comprised the Foreign Intelligence Branch and the Counterintelligence Group 0 Within the Counterintelligence Group Counterintelligence Branch I (Abwehr-Abteilung I), was responsible for the procurement of enemy intelligence (Espionage) through the channels of the Secret Information Service (Geheimer Meldedienst), while Counterintelligence Branch II (Abwehr-Abteilung II) dealt with sabotage in enemy territory, and Counterintelligence Branch III (Abwehr-Abteilung III) was the specific Counterespionage Service. In June 944 the functions of the Counterintelligence Group were transferred from the to the SS Reich Security Main Office (SS Reichssicherheitshauptamt). (b) Cipher Branch in the (Abteilung Chiffrier) All press telegrams and radio news reports from enemy and neutral countries were intercepted by the Cipher Branch in the, translated and forwarded to the evaluating offices in the High Command. The centralized organization in this field for all three services was very effective, particularly as the separate evaluating agencies did not have sufficient personnel to intercept all the radio news reports of importance to them. IX

12 (2) Procurement Agencies in the Army High Command (OKH) (a) Attache Branch (Attache Abteilung) The Attache Branch in the Army General Staff was also a procurement agency for enemy intelligence. Up to 942 the Attache Branch was subordinate to the Assistant Chief of Staff IV in the Army General Staff. In 942, however, when the appointment of the Assistant Chief of Staff IV was dropped, the Attache Branch was made an independent agency within the Army General Staff, while in the Fall of 944 it was transferred to the Armed Forces Operations Staff (WFSt 0 ). It acted as an intelligence liaison agency, transmitting inquiries from the intelligence agencies to the military attaches and ensuring that incoming reports were rapidly relayed to the evaluating agencies. (b) Chief of Signal Intelligence in OKH (Chef des Heeresnachrichtenwesen im OKH) The Chief of Signal Intelligence in the OKH was the central agency for procuring intelligence from the enemy's radio communications system. This central signal intelligence organization was created in December 944 and was subordinate to the Chief of Army Signal Service in the Army General Staff 0 Signal intelligence was particularly productive for an estimate of the enemy situation, but also affording close insight into the detailed organization of enemy forces. According to their importance, intercepted messages were forwarded by telephone or teletype to the Foreign Armies Branches in the OKH for purposes of evaluation. The Signal Corps was concerned solely with the interception of wireless messages, whereas the Foreign Armies Branches were responsible for the evaluation and for fitting the results into the overall picture of the enemy situation. (3). Other Intelligence Sources. Apart from the High Command procuring agencies, another source of information was the field intelligence agencies, which furnished reconnaissance and combat reports, as well as POW statements and intelligence gleaned from captured documents. Air reconnaissance photographs were also received. All these reports were forwarded directly to the evaluating office in the OKH via the Intelligence Section Channels (Ic-Dienstweg) C: Evaluation of Intelligence by the High Command. () Evaluating Agencies in Armed Forces High Command () (a) Foreign Intelligence Branch of Foreign and Counterintelligence Office in the. The Foreign Branch collected and sorted all enemy news reports, particularly military reports having a political trend, It maintained close liaison with the Assistant Chief of Staff IV, and the Foreign Armies Branches in the Army General Staff and with the Foreign Office. Information pertaining to the enemy's forces was forwarded to the Foreign Armies

13 Branches for final evaluation. The Foreign Intelligence Branch also evaluated the entire foreign press, communicating the results to the various branches in the and to the three services in the form of bulletins. The Foreign Intelligence Branch did not play any important role as a component of military intelligence service. It served only as an information agency for the offices, whereas the final evaluation of all reports on the enemy's forces was the responsibility of the Foreign Armies Branches in the OKH (Oberkommando des Heeres). (b) Intelligence Branch of the Armed Forces Operations Staff (WFSt/Ic). This branch merely kept the Armed Forces Operations Staff informed of the enemy situation on the basis of reports it received from the Foreign Armies Branches in the OKH, the Foreign Branch of the, and from the Air Force and Navy intelligence agencies (2) Evaluating Agencies in the Army High Command (OKH) From 935 until the outbreak of hostilities, information on foreign countries, both eastern and western, was evaluated by the Foreign Armies Branch of the Army General Staff. In November 938 this branch was expanded into the Foreign Armies West which had as its area Great Britain, U.S.A., and the Southern European Countries, and the Foreign Armies East which had as its area the armies of Russia, Scandinavia, and the Far East, Not only were evaluation results forwarded by the Foreign Armies Branches to these offices, but inquiries from these offices in regard to the enemy (e.g. armament, equipment, tactical methods, and organization) were also channeled to the Foreign Armies Branches, unless they went via the Secret Information Service. The Foreign Armies Branches also acted as relaying agencies for enemy intelligence inquiries by other offices in the High Command. Apart from the information furnished to other offices in the High Command, particularly to the technical agencies, evaluation results were also published in the intelligence reports of the Foreign Armies Branches. Details on enemy tactical methods, organization, order of battle and armament, especially information on newly developed weapons (without prejudice to the final evaluation of the Army Ordnance Office), were given in a special intelligence report. General surveys on the enemy were also issued at greater intervals Both types of periodicals were distributed down to the Divisions. For daily use by the intelligence officers in the field, the Foreign Armies Branches also brought out manuals on enemy armies. These manuals, in particular their statistical section (i.e. order of battle), were kept constantly up to date. In 942, when the Armed Forces Operations Staff took command over certain theaters of operations, the Foreign Armies West Branch became its enemy intelligence agency, although still remaining subordinate to the Chief of the General Staff. (3) Evaluation of Non-Military Intelligence. All non-military information obtained by the military intelligence procurement agencies was channeled to interested agencies Thus, information of an economic nature went from the Counterintelligence Branch I of the Foreign and Counterintelligence Office of the to the Military Economics Office, and reports pertaining to ordnance, xi

14 engineering, or mechanics were forwarded to the Army Ordnance Office (Heereswaffenamt) or the Chiefs of Arms and Services. Generally, however, a copy of such information was also sent to the Foreign Armies Branches. The only exceptions to this rule were reports of a purely political or propaganda nature, which were distributed directly to the Foreign Branch of the Foreign and Counterintelligence Office, or to the Armed Forces Propaganda Branch in the, or to the Reich Ministries concernedo All reports of mixed content received by the Foreign Armies Branches were broken down and forwarded to interested agencies. From 938 until 942, the entire enemy intelligence evaluation service in the OKH was the responsibility of the Assistant Chief of Staff IV (0 0 QUc IV), who had under his control the Foreign Armies East and West Branches, and for a time, an independent Southeastern Section 0 The Southeastern Section was not established until Russia was invaded, its purpose presumably being to relieve the Foreign Armies East Branch of the added burden of the Balkan countries. It was later merged with the Foreign Armies West Branch. The Attache Branch was also subordinate to the Assistant Chief of Staff IV, and in addition at the beginning of the war there was a liaison section from the Foreign and Counterintelligence Office but this section was later dissolved,, The Assistant Chief of Staff IV evaluated enemy military intelligence of a political nature for the Army General Staff, closely cooperating with the Foreign and Counterintelligence Office in the, the Armed Forces Propaganda Branch, the intelligence agencies of the Navy and Air Force, and the Foreign Office. The subordination of the Attache Branch enabled the Assistant Chief of Staff IV to obtain from the attaches' reports a clear picture of the military and political situation abroad, which was rounded off by the findings of the Foreign Armies East and West Branches o The Assistant Chief of Staff IV submitted his estimate of the situation to the Chief of the Army General Staff and to the Commander in Chief of the Army 0 In conjuntion with the Attache Branch he also took care of the German and foreign military attaches and in cooperation with the branches of the Army General Staff and the Ministry for the occupied eastern territories, participated in all matters concerning Germany's allies and its "native" units. When the Assistant Chief of Staff IV was dissolved in 942, his functions in regard to enemy intelligence were taken over by the Foreign Armies East and West Branches. The Foreign Armies East and West Branches of the Army General Staff were the central agencies in the OKH for the evaluation of intelligence from all sources on all enemy armies, and on resources in men and material at the enemy's disposal. Estimates of the enemy situation were drawn up into reports and given only a limited distribution, especially in the case of large-scale operational studies (Commander in Chief of the Army, Chief of the Army General Staff, Operations Branch of the Army General Staff, Armed Forces Operations Staff, and also, in some cases, certain Army Groups). If an estimate covered only a single theater of operations, it could, with the approval of the Chief of Army General Staff or of the Armed Forces Operations Staff, be distributed down to Army HQ's. The daily enemy situation reports which were distributed down to Army HQ's usually contained a short estimate of the tactical situation, as well as further details of importance to the chief of intelligence officers in the higher headquarters. Maps and sketches were also issued as supplements to the estimates of the enemy situation. xi i

15 Apart from exploiting military information supplied by the intelligence procurement agencies, the Foreign Armies East and West Branches also conducted some independent radio news interception and evaluation of foreign newspapers and magazines. Their work called for close cooperation not only with the procuring agencies but also with the Military Economics Office in the, and with the Armed Forces Operations Branch, the Chief of Arms and Services, and the Army Ordnance Office in the. Xlll

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17 Organization of the German Armed Forces Intelligence Service 932 Abwehrabteilung (Intelligence Branch) im Ministeramt. First appeared in October Auslandsabteilung (Ausl.Abt.) (Foreign Intelligence Branch) formed from the Armed Forces Branch. 937 Auslandsabteilung (Ausl.Abt.) (Foreign Intelligence Branch) and Abwehrabteilung (Abw.Abt.) (Counterintelligence Branch) 938 Amtsgruppe Auslandnachrichten und Abwehr (Ag.Ausl/Abw.) (Foreign and Counterintelligence Group):. Auslandabteilung (Foreign Intelligence Branch) 2. Abwehrabteilung (Counterintelligence Branch) 939 Amtsgruppe Auslandnachrichten und Abwehr (Ag.Ausl/Abw.) (Foreign and Counterintelligence Group) becomes Amt Ausland/Abwehr (A 0 Ausl/Abw.) (Foreign and Counterintelligence Office) 939 Amt Ausland/Abwehr (A.Ausl/Abw.) (Foreign and Counterintelligence Office): Adds: Zentralabteilung (Central Branch) Abwehrabteilung (Counterintelligence Branch) becomes Abwehrabteilungen I, II, III (Counterintelligence Branches) 939 Organization of Amt Ausland/Abwehr (Foreign and Counterintelligence Office):. Zentralabteilung (Z. Ausl/Abw.) (Central Branch) 2. Abteilung Ausland (Foreign Intelligence Branch) 3. Abteilung Abwehr I - Nachrichtenbeschaffung (Abw. I) (Intelligence Branch I - Procurement of Intelligence) Espionage 4 0 Abteilung Abwehr II - Sonderdienst (Abw. II) (Intelligence Branch II - Special Service) Sabotage 5 0 Abteilung Abwehr III - Abwehr (Abw. Ill) (Intelligence Branch III - Counterespionage) Changes during :. Zentralabteilung (Z. Ausl/Abw.) (Central Branch) 2. Amtsgruppe Ausland (Ag. Ausl.) (Foreign Group) a. Abteilung Ausland I (Ausl. I) (Foreign Branch I) b. Abteilung Ausland II (Ausl. II) (Foreign Branch II) c. Abteilung Ausland III (Ausl. Ill) (Foreign Branch III) d. Abteilung Ausland IV (Ausl. IV) (Foreign Branch IV) Wehrmachtzeitschriftenabt. (Ausl. IV-Zeitschr.) 3. Abwehrabteilung I (Abw. I) Espionage (Intelligence Branch I) 4. Abwehrabteilung II (Abw. II) Sabotage (Intelligence Branch II) 5. Abwehrabteilung III (Abw. Ill) Counterespionage) (Intelligence Branch III) Zentralarchiv (Z.Arch. ) (Central Archives). xv

18 Spring 944 Sep 944 Sep 944 Amtsgruppe Ausland (Foreign Group) of the Amt Ausland/Abwehr (Foreign and Counterintelligence Office) is transferred to WFSt 0 (Armed Forces Operations Staff) leaving behind Amt Abwehr (Counterintelligence Office) which was directly subordinate to Chief 0 Amt Abwehr (Counterintelligence Office) is transferred from the (Armed Forces High Command) to RSHA (Reichssicherheitshauptamt). The Amt Ausland/Abwehr (Foreign and Counterintelligence Office) was thus dissolved,, Counterintelligence functions that remained in the Armed Forces High Command () were the responsibility of the Chef Truppenabwehr im WFSt. (Chief of Troop Security). Amtsgruppe Ausland (Foreign Group) is added to the WFSt. (Armed Forces Operations Staff) consisting of: Abteilungen Ausland I, II, III, IV $ Attache Abt 0 Heer im WFSt. (Foreign Branches I-IV $ Attache Branch). xvi

19 PUBLISHED GUIDES TO GERMAN RECORDS MICROFILMED AT ALEXANDRIA, VA.. Records of the Reich Ministry of Economics (Reichswirtschaftsministerium) p. (T7) 2. Records of the Office of the Reich Commissioner for the Strengthening of Germandom (Reichskommissar fuer die Festigung deutschen Volkstums) p. (T74) 3. Records of the National Socialist German Labor Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) Part I a p. (T8) 4. Records of the Organisation Todt p. (T76) 5. Miscellaneous German Records Collection, Part I p 0 (T84) 6. Records of Nazi Cultural and Research Institutions, and Records Pertaining to Axis Relations and Interests in the Far East. 958, 6 p. (T82) 7. Records of Headquarters, German Armed Forces High Command (Oberkornmando der Wehrmacht/) Part I p 0 (T77) 8. Miscellaneous German Records Collection, Part II p 0 (T84) 9. Records of Private German Individuals p. (T253) 0. Records of the Reich Ministry for Armaments and War Production (Reichsministerium fuer Ruestung und Kriegsproduktion) p. (T73). Fragmentary Records of Miscellaneous Reich Ministries and Offices p. (T78) 2. Records of Headquarters of the German Army High Command (Oberkommando des Heeres/OKH) Part I p. (T78) 3. Records of the Reich Air Ministry (Reichsluftfahrtministerium) p. (T77) 4. Records of German Field Commands: Armies (AOK, 3, 5), Part I p. (T32) 5. Records of Former German and Japanese Embassies and Consulates, p 0 (T79) 6. Records of the Deutsches Ausland-Institut, Stuttgart. Part I: Records on Resettlement p 0 (T8) 7. Records of Headquarters, German Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht/) Part II p 0 (T77) 8. Records of Headquarters, German Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht/) Part III,, p, (T77) 9. Records of Headquarters, German Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht/) Part IV p. (T77) 20. Records of the National Socialist German Labor Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) Part II p. (T8) 2. Records of the Deutsches Ausland-Institut, Stuttgart. Part II: The General Records p. (T8) 22. Records of the Reich Ministry for Public Enlightenment and Propaganda p 0 (T70) 23. Records of Private Austrian, Dutch, and German Enterprises, p. (T83) 24. Records of Headquarters of the German Air Force High Command (Oberkommando der Luftwaffe/OKL) p 0 (T32) 25. German Air Force Records: Luftgaukommandos, Flak, Deutsche Luftwaffenmission in Rumaenien p. (T405) 26. Records of Reich Office for Soil Exploration (Reichsamt fuer Bodenforschung) 96. p 0 (T40) 27. Miscellaneous SS Records: Einwandererzentralstelle, Waffen-SS, and SS-Oberabschnitte p. (T354) 28. Records of the Reich Ministry for the Occupied Eastern Territories (Reichsministerium fuer die besetzten Ostgebiete), p 0 (T454) 29 0 Records of Headquarters, German Army High Command (Oberkommando des Heeres/OKH) Part II p. (T78) 30 0 Records of Headquarters, German Army High Command (Oberkommando des Heeres/OKH) Part III p. (T78) 3 0 Records of the Office of the Reich Commissioner for the Baltic States (Reichskommissar fuer das Ostland), p. (T459) 32. Records of the Reich Leader of the SS and Chief of the German Police (Reichsfuehrer SS und Chef der Deutschen Polizei) Part I p 0 (T75) 33. Records of the Reich Leader of the SS and Chief of the German Police (Reichsfuehrer SS und Chef der Deutschen Polizei) Part II. 89 p. (T75) 96 0 xvii

20 PUBLISHED GUIDES TO GERMAN RECORDS MICROFILMED AT ALEXANDRIA, VA Records of German Army Areas (Wehrkreise) 962 C 234 p 0 (T79) Records of the National Socialist German Labor Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) Part III p. (T8) Miscellaneous German Records Collection, Part III p 0 (T84) Records of Headquarters, German Navy High Command (Oberkommando der Kriegsmarine/OKM) p. (T608) Records of German Field Commands: Rear Areas, Occupied Territories, and Others, Part I p. (T50) Records of the Reich Leader of the SS and Chief of the German Police (Reichsfuehrer SS und Chef der Deutschen Polizei) Part III, 963, 98 p. (T75) Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Records of German Field Commands Army Groups (HGr A-C, G, H, Nord, Weichsel, Oberrhein, Sued), Part I p 0 (T3) Divisions (lst-5th), Part I p 0 (T35) Armies (AOK 2, 4), Part II p. (T32) Armies (AOK 6-9), Part III p. (T32) Armies (AOK 0-2, 4), Part IV p. (T32) Divisions (6th-9th), Part II p e (T35) Corps (AK I-IV), Part I p. (T34) Armies (AOK 5-7), Part V p 0 (T32) Armies (AOK 9-2, Fallschirm Ligurien), Part VI p. (T32) Armies (AOK 8), Part VII p. (T32) Armeeabteilungen (AAbt A, Fretter-Pico, Lanz-Kempf, Narwa-Grasser-Kleffel, von Zangen), 966. Panzer Armies (PzAOK -2), Part I p a (T33) 45 p 0 (T32) Army Groups (HGr B-D, E-F, Nord, Mitte, Sued, Don), Part II p. (T3) Panzer Armies (PzAOK 3-5, Afrika), Part II p. (T33) Armies (AOK 2), Part VIII p. (T32) Corps (AK V-IX), Part II p a (T34) Armies (AOK 4, 6-7, 9-, 4, 25, DGen beim ital. AOK AGr Woehler), Part IX p. (T32) Rear Areas, Occupied Territories, and Others, Part II p. (T50) Corps (AK X-XVII), Part III p. (T34) Corps (AK XVIII-XXVII), Part IV p. (T34) Corps (AK XXVIII-XL), Part V p. (T34) Corps (AK XLI-LI), Part VI p. (T34) Corps (AK I, LII-XCI), Part VII p. (T34) Divisions (lst-9th (Supplementary), 0th-2st), Part III p. (T35) Divisions (22d-57th), Part IV p 0 (T35) Divisions (58th-96th), Part V p. (T35) Divisions (97th-4th), Part VI p. (T35) Divisions (6th-37th), Part VII p. (T35) Divisions (4st-87th), Part VIII. 974, 244 p, (T35) xvi

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