Adolf Hitler's directives

Adolf Hitler's Directives

Adolf Hitler's directives

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Adolf Hitler made several directives while leader of the Third Reich in Germany.

Directive of 21 October 1938

On 21 October 1938, Hitler issued a new directive to the Wehrmacht to prepare for the "following eventualities":

  • Securing the borders of the Reich and protection against surprise air attacks
  • Liquidation of the remainder of the Czech state. It must be possible to smash at any time the remainder of the Czech state should it pursue an anti-German policy.
  • The occupation of Memelland.

Fall Weiss directive

On 3 April 1939, the directive for Fall Weiss (Case White) was ready. It was issued on 11 April.

The first section, written by Hitler, began:

German relations with Poland continue to be based on the principles of avoiding any disturbances. Should Poland, however, change her policy towards Germany, a final settlement might become necessary in spite of the Treaty in force with Poland. The aim then will be to destroy Polish military strength, and create in the East a situation which satisfies the requirements of National Defence. The free state of Danzig will be proclaimed a part of Reich territory by the outbreak of hostilities at the latest. The political leaders consider it their task in this case to isolate Poland if possible, that is to say , to limit the war to Poland only.

The Wehrmacht had to be ready to carry out Fall Weiss at any time after 1 September 1939.

"Commissar" directive

This notorious directive, dated 6 June 1941, followed...
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