Nürnberg Interrogation Records, 1945-1947

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The records, rich in biographical and historical information, are presented in alphabetical order by surname of the interrogated, and arranged in three groups: interrogation transcripts, transcripts and records of Third Reich officials, and interrogations by other agencies. Those questioned included defendants before the Tribunal, as well as friendly and unfriendly witnesses. The largest group of records pertains to Albert Speer, infamous Reichminister of Armament and War Production.

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These images were digitized from NARA microfilm publication M1270, Interrogation Records Prepared for War Crimes Proceedings At Nürnberg, 1945-1947. They include interrogation records of the Office of the U.S. Chief of Counsel for the Prosecution of Axis Criminality (OCCPAC). Of the original 31 rolls (the contents of each roll are listed below), the first 22 rolls reproduce the English-language pretrial interrogation transcripts as well as summaries and other pertinent records for nearly 200 individuals who were questioned by the Interrogation Division of the OCCPAC. On the remaining rolls are filmed reports from other war crimes investigative units that were received and used either by the OCCPAC or the OCCWC.

The Interrogation Division conducted its interrogations for the benefit of the U.S. prosecution staff at Nürnberg, particularly the International Military Tribunal staff. The persons questioned included not only defendants before the Tribunal but also friendly and unfriendly witnesses. The records were later used by the Office of the Chief of Counsel for War Crimes (OCCWC) in preparing the prosecution before the 12 subsequent U.S. Military Tribunals at Nuernberg from 1946 to 1949 and by other agencies prosecuting or trying war criminals. In addition to the records microfilmed in this publication, those produced by the OCCWC Interrogation Branch from 1946 to 1949 may be found in Microfilm Publication M1019.

The reports of other war crimes investigative units of a number of U.S. or Allied agencies, such as the U.S. 7th Army or Field Intelligence Agency, Technical (FIAT), are filmed on rolls 23-31. The reports pertain to the interrogation of individuals or to the investigation of groups, organizations, and subjects related to the prosecution of war criminals. These reports were also used later by the OCCWC.

The interrogation records in this microfilm publication are part of Record Group 238, National Archives Collection of World War II War Crimes Records. The inclusive dates of the records are 1945-1947 with the bulk concentrated in 1945 and 1946.

Note: Much of the content on this page is taken from NARA's descriptive pamphlet for this title. Choose the following link to download a PDF version of the pamphlet: M1270, Interrogation Records Prepared for War Crimes Proceedings At Nürnberg, 1945-1947.

Contents of rolls

Roll 1

  • Documents of Authorization
  • Finding Aids
  • Alphabetical List of Individuals Interrogated by the OCCPAC
  • Alphabetical List of Individuals Interrogated by Other Agenceis
  • Unarranged List of Groups, Organizations, and Subjects Investigated by Other Agencies
  • OCCPAC Interrogation Transcripts and Related Records
  • Abegg, Wilhelm - Boetticher, Friedrich von

Roll 2: Bohle, Ernst - Conrad, Hans

Roll 3: Conti, Leonardo - Picker, Hans

Roll 4: Fischer, Fritz - Frick, Wilhelm

Roll 5: Fritsche, Hans - Goering, Hermann

Roll 6: Gottfriedsen, Bernd von - Hingst, Auguste

Roll 7: Hoellriegel, Alois - Huppenkothen, Walter

Roll 8: Jodl, Alfred

Roll 9: Kajum-Khan, Veli - Kaltenbrunner, Ernst

Roll 10: Keitel, Wilhelm

Roll 11: Keppler, Wilhelm - Lammers, Hans

Roll 12: Lehmann, Rudolf - Ktusy, Jean

Roll 13: Naujocks, Alfred - Ohlendorf, Otto

Roll 14: Papen, Franz von - Puhl, Emil

Roll 15: Raeder, Erich - Reinwald, Teresa

Roll 16: Ribbentrop, Joachim von

Roll 17: Ritter, Karl - Rotacker, Hans

Roll 18: Salman, Otto - Schellenberg, Walter

Roll 19: Schilling, Claus - Seldte, Franz

Roll 20: Seyss-Inquart, Arthur - Steengracht von Moyland, Gustav

Roll 21: Streicher, Adele - Westhoff, Adolf

Roll 22: Westphal, Siegfried - Zschintzsch, Werner

Roll 23

  • Individual Interrogation Reports by Other Agencies
  • Abs, Otto - Euler, Philipp

Roll 24: Falkenhausen, Alexander von - Hutterer, Georg

Roll 25: Imredy, Bela - Mueller, Reinhold

Roll 26: Nagel, Gustav - Ruoff, Wilhelm

Roll 27: Sabath, Hermann - Suess, Karl

Roll 28: Tarbuk, Robert von - Zschintzsch, Werner

Roll 29: Speer, Albert (SP1 - SP60)

Roll 30: Speer, Albert (SP61 - SP101)

Roll 31

  • Consolidated Investigative Reports by Other Agencies
  • Werwolf Organization - German Army Personnel

Related resources

If you wish to view the archival description in NARA's online Archival Research Catalog (ARC), follow this link:

Reports, Interrogations, and Other Records Received from Various Allied Military Agencies, compiled 1945 - 1948, documenting the period 1933 - 1948, ARC Identifier 647749

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These images are scanned from 31 rolls of microfilm that make up NARA publication M1270, Interrogation Records Prepared for War Crimes Proceedings at Nuernberg, 1945-1947, within Record Group (RG) 238, National Archives Collection of World War II War Crimes Records.

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