World War II German SS Plans for a Fourth Reich MI5 Files Published
BACM Research/PaperlessArchives.com has announced the publishing of World War II era MI5 British Intelligence files related to German SS plans to establish the ground work to build a Fourth Reich after the defeat of Germany.
Los Angeles, CA - BACM Research/PaperlessArchives.com has announced the publishing of World War II era MI5 British Intelligence files related to German SS plans to establish the ground work to build a Fourth Reich after the defeat of Germany.
The files can be downloaded for free at:
BACM Research director Jerry Spencer says much of this material has only been declassified and released by the British government in the last few weeks.
DOCUMENTS PUBLISHED IN THIS SET
MI5 FILE SF52-4-16
This file, not released by the British Government until September 2011, was titled, “Miscellaneous Indications of G.I.S. Post War Plans For Continued Activity.”
The file includes reports and assessments of the Sicherheitsdienst’s attempts to install a “stay-behind” organization in Europe for use behind Allied lines, after the cessation of hostilities, to build a Fourth Reich.
The Sicherheitsdienst, which translates into English as Security Service, was the intelligence wing of the SS.
The material includes a report on the interrogation of a German intelligence official, which suggests that the survivors of the German Intelligence Service were attempting to regroup and reorganize, including the recruitment of new agents.
Plans included a postwar Abwehr. The Abwehr was the German military intelligence agency abolished by Adolf Hitler in 1944. The new Abwehr was to be based in a powdered milk factory in Switzerland, which had the “ostensible purpose of feeding undernourished German children after the war”.
Highlights from this collection of documents include information concerning:
A captured German directive on guerrilla warfare dated April 1945, urging agents to work behind enemy lines in reconnaissance, espionage and sabotage.
An extract from a report of the interrogation of Juius Hagemann, mentioning the “Friedensorganisation” post war plan of the Abwehr.
A June 1945 report that various sources indicated that the SD was preparing to continue its work through the Reichspost, the German postal system. The report says that postal employees willing to do SD work were being trained.
MI5 FILE PF 602431
This file was not released by the British Government until April 2011. This set of documents covers Olivier Marie Joseph Mordrelle, also known as Olier Mordrel. Mordrelle was a Breton separatist who founded the Breton National Party.
In 1939, Mordrelle was recruited by the German military intelligence organization Abwer. Years later the Sicherheitsdienst (SD) trained him as a saboteur. In April 1945, the SD gave him the mission to promote unrest, with the goal of starting a civil war in France, from which a Fourth Reich would emerge.
Mordrelle was captured by Allied forces in Bolzano, Italy in May 1945. During interrogation, he related details about Nazi post-war plans to create “world disorder” that would result in the rise of a Fourth Reich.
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