The Nemesis of Power: The German Army in Politics, 1918-1945

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

I. UNPUBLISHED SOURCES

(i) DIARIES
Diary of General Alfred Jodl, 1937- 1942.
Diary of General Franz Halder, 1939- 1942.
My Diary at the Peace Conference. David Hunter Miller. (Privately printed, 1928.)
"'The Beginning and the End.'" Diary of Count Lutz Schwerin von Krosigk, for November 5, 1932-February 6, 1933 and April 15-May 1, 1945.

(ii) LEGAL PROCEEDINGS
De-nazification Proceedings against General Ernst Franz Johann Maisel; at Berchtesgaden, November 19, 1948; Rosenheim, July 1949.
De-nazification Proceedings against General Halder at Munich, September 1948.
De-nazification Proceedings against Oskar von Hindenburg at Ulzen/ Hanover, March 1949.
De-nazification Proceedings against von Papen at Nuremberg, January 1949.
Judgment in the Trials of Walter Huppenkothen before the Bavarian Landesgericht, February 1951 and October-November 1952.
Judgment in the Trial of Wolfgang Hedler before the Landesgericht of Kiel, August 6, 1951.
Judgment in the trial of Otto Ernst Remer before the Landesgericht of Brunswick, March 15, 1952.
Proceedings of the Trial of Franz von Papen before the Spruchkammer of Nuremberg, February 1947.
Proceedings of the 'Ministries Case', No. 11 ( 'von Weizsäcker and 20 others'), before U.S. Military Tribunal IV at Nuremberg, November 1947-April 1949.

II. OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS
Belgium, the Official Account of What Happened, 1939- 1940. Published for the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. ( New York, 1941.)
Die Ursachen des deutschen Zusammenbruches im Jahre 1918. ( Berlin, 1928.)
Die Rü?ckführung des Ost-Heeres. ( Berlin, 1920.)
Der Waffenstillstand, 1918- 1919. ( Berlin, 1928.)
Deutscher Geschichtskalendar, vom Waffenstillstand bis zum Frieden von Versailles. ( Leipzig, 1919.)
Documents diplomatiques relatifs aux réparations. ( 26 décembre 1922- 27 août 1923.) Belgian Grey Book. ( Brussels, 1924.)

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