Design for Aggression: The inside Story of Hitler's War Plans

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APPENDIX
A LIST OF THE PRINCIPAL CAPTURED GERMAN DOCUMENTS QUOTED OR REFERRED TO IN THIS BOOK
1. Secret briefing speech made by Hitler to the commanders-in-chief on November 5, 1937, known as the Hossbach Minutes.
2. Secret briefing speech made by Hitler to the commanders-in-chief on May 23, 1939.
3. Secret briefing speech made by Hitler to the commanders-in-chief on August 22, 1939.
4. Second briefing speech made by Hitler on August 22, 1939.
5. Secret briefing speech made by Hitler to the commanders-in-chief on November 23, 1939.
6. Directive for the unified preparation for war of the armed forces (Blomberg Directive) of June 24, 1937.
7. Directive No. 1 (Operation Case Otto), signed by Hitler, dated March 11, 1938.
8. Directive No. 2 (Operation Case Otto), dated March 11, 1938, 2024 hours.
9. Draft for directive Case Green, signed by Keitel, dated May 20, 1938.
10. Final directive Case Green, signed by Hitler, dated May 30, 1938.
11. Draft for amended directive Case Green, dated June 18, 1938.
12. Directive No. 1, "Occupation of Territory Separated from Czechoslovakia,'' signed by Keitel, dated September 30, 1938.
13. Interim directive on "Future Tasks of the Armed Forces," signed by Hitler, dated October 21, 1938.
14. First supplement to interim directive of October 21, 1938, dated November 24, 1938.
15. Letter of instructions from Hitler to supreme command, armed forces, relative to "Liquidation of Rest of Czechoslovakia," dated December 17, 1938.

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