Schertling – Prison discharge

/Stamp: Landshut State Prison/ Landshut, March 28, 1944 Telephone: 275, Extension: 2 Prison Record No. 641/43 Please cite in all correspondence. /Stamp: Attorney General’s Office of the People’s Court, March 31, 1944, Criminal Records/ Your file no. 6 J 24/43g – 1H 101/43 To the Chief Prosecutor of the People’s Court in Berlin Advice Regarding … Continue reading

Proof of delivery to Karl Pötzl

/Stamp: [Illegible] [Note 1]/ No. 13226/43 IIA / Mah. [Mahler] Munich, February 4, 1944 Proof of Delivery ! The undersigned chemical engineer Karl Pötzl (single), born November 21, 1919 in Vienna, residing in Munich, Harthauser Str. 109, confirms receipt of the portable typewriter, Remington brand, [Model] No. NL 82 533 M, that had been given … Continue reading

Typewriter delivered

Secret State Police [Gestapo] [Note 1] State Police Headquarters Munich Account No. 6/142 with the Reichs Bank Munich Account No. 5587 with the Post Bank Munich Munich, February 4, 1944 Brienner Str. 50 Tel: 28341-45 Vol. No. 13 226/43 IIA/Mah. [Mahler] Please refer to the above date and reference when responding to this correspondence. /Stamp: … Continue reading

Gestapo re typewriter

Secret State Police [Gestapo] State Police Headquarters Munich Account No. 6/142 with the Reichs Bank Munich Account No. 5587 with the Post Bank Munich Munich, January 20, 1944 Brienner Str. 50 Tel: 28341-45 Vol. No. 13 226/43 IIA Please refer to the above date and reference when responding to this correspondence. /Stamp: Attorney General’s Office … Continue reading

Deisinger re release of typewriter

S. Deisinger Attorney at Law Munich 15, Nuβbaum Str. 12/I Telephone 58733 Bank account no. 21220, Post Bank Munich, January 18, 1944 /Stamp: Attorney General’s Office Berlin W9, January 20, 1944/ To the Chief Prosecutor of the Reich, People’s Court Berlin W9 Bellevue Str. 15. /Stamp: Very Urgent!/ Bureau Ref: 8 J 35/43. With regards … Continue reading

Schüddekopf – Clemency review

The Chief Prosecutor of the People’s Court. Berlin, January 15, 1944 7 (6) J 24 / 43 7(6) Clemency Petition [blank]/43 V. 1) End of sentence: March 22, 1944. 2) Last rejection of clemency petition: Page 22. 3) Other offices were not asked. 2) The condemned is not a member of the NSDAP or any … Continue reading

Kurt Schömig investigation (Kleve)

Copy. /Handwritten: from July 6, 24/43/ The Chief Prosecutor Kleve, January 4, 1943 [sic] [actually 1944] 3 JS 415/43 To the Chief Prosecutor of the Reich People’s Court Berlin W9. Bellevue Str. 15 In the judicial inquiry against Kurt Schömig for the misdemeanor crime against the ordinance [Note 1] regarding activities in religious youth groups. … Continue reading

Schüddekopf – Clemency petition denied

The Chief Prosecutor of the People’s Court. Berlin, December 30, 1943 Bellevuestr. 15 [illegible] 6 J 24/43 6 Clemency Petition 77/43 V. 1) End of sentence: March 22, 1944. See [Illegible]. 2) Other offices were not asked. 2) The condemned is not a member of the NSDAP or any of its organizations, nor an applicant … Continue reading

Falk Harnack and the SS

Gerhard Fauth, Falk’s CO in Athens: Around December 20, 1943, the commanding officer of our company (the then-First Lt. Kanne) handed me a “confidential personnel order” from the Reich Security office of the SS. The order said that Falk Harnack was to be immediately released from military duty and placed in a security camp of … Continue reading

Schertling – Clemency petition denied

The Chief Prosecutor of the People’s Court Berlin, December 18, 1943 6 J 24/43 6 Clemency Petition 74/43 V. 1) End of sentence: April 6, 1944 2) Last refusal of clemency petition, page [blank] 3) Remarks a) Court, p. 9, no opinion b) Gestapo c) Prison, p. 7, denied d) OKW e) Party’s clemency division … Continue reading