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World War II: German SS Fourth Reich Plans British Intelligence Files

168 pages of British intelligence files covering plans by the German intelligence agency, Sicherheitsdienst des Reichsführers-SS, also known as the SD, to install a "stay-behind" organization in Europe for use after the end of combat, to work behind Allied controls to build a Fourth Reich.

The Sicherheitsdienst, which translates into English as Security Service, was the intelligence wing of the SS and the Nazi Party during World War II. The SD was considered a sister organization of the Gestapo.

DOCUMENTS IN THIS SET

MI5 FILE SF52-4-16

This 78 page file, not released by the British Government until September 2011, was titled, "MISCELLANEOUS INDICATIONS OF G.I.S. POST·WAR PLANS FOR CONTINUED ACTIVITY."

This set of reports dating from November 1944 to November 1949 contains various indications that the German Intelligence Service (G.I.S) had plans for continued activity despite defeat, after the end of World War II.

The file includes reports and assessments of the Sicherheitsdienst (SD) 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 material includes a report on the interrogation of German intelligence official Heinrich von Berseviczy, 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".

A MI5 memo based on the interrogation of German intelligence officer Bruno

Nikoll states that, "They were planning the rebirth of Germany and were already beginning to work 'usefully'". The main purpose was to "make the allies post-war task as hard as possible," and to "ferment distrust between Americans and Russians". Various institutions would serve as a cover for agents including local tourist offices and libraries.

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 86 page file, not released by the British Government until April 2011, was titled, "MORDRELLE.OLIVIER MARIE JOSEPH." This set of documents, dating from November 20, 1944 to May 2, 1946, covers Olivier Marie Joseph Mordrelle, also known as Olier Mordrel, the Breton language version of Olivier Mordrelle. Mordrelle was a Breton separatist who founded the Breton National Party. The Bretons are an ethnic group of Celtic descendants located

in the region of Brittany in France. During World War II some Bretons seeking

independence from France became pro-German.

An MI5 report describes him as a, "petty political agitator whose efforts to create an independent BRITTANY were treated too indulgently by the French before the outbreak of war."

On December 14, 1938, Mordrelle was convicted in France for an "attack on the nation's unity", and given a one year suspended sentence. In 1939 Mordelle was recruited by the German military intelligence organization Abwer. In May 1940, Mordrelle was condemned to death in absentia by a French military tribunal for his activities in the Breton Separatist movement. After the establishment of a German occupation government, Mordrelle returned to France as a collaborator, but later returned to Germany.

The Sicherheitsdienst (SD) trained him as a saboteur. In April 1945, the mission given to him by the SD was 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.

Mordrelle told his handlers that he had attended a conference in Deisenhofen near Munich in April 1945. He said that the meeting was presided over by an Obergruppenfuehrer in full SS uniform, comprising 15 representatives from countries west of Germany. Mordrelle said that plans to promote post-war unrest were discussed. At the meeting it was said that ample funds had been planted in South America (mainly Argentina) and trustworthy bankers had been sent to live in Spain and Switzerland. The agents were instructed to keep a low profile after the war before organizing "national movements" to stir up unrest and make the Allies' post-war task as difficult as possible, so that the Nazi party could reappear in a suitable disguise and build up a Fourth Reich.

Much of the file contains details given by Mordelle of connections between Breton separatists and Irish Nationalists and connections between Germany and Irish Nationalists. The file contains information given by Mordrelle on German intelligence activities in Ireland.

On March 11, 1946 Mordelle escaped from allied detention in Rome.

CIA HISTORY OF THE OSS AND PROJECT SAFEHAVEN

In addition to the 168 Pages described above, is a 16 page article from the Summer 2000 issue of the CIA journal, "Studies in Intelligence" titled, "The OSS and Project SAFEHAVEN, Tracking Nazi Gold."

This article was written by Donald P. Steury, who at the time was a CIA Officer in Residence at the University of Southern California. The article recounts the OSS role (SI–Secret Intelligence and X-2–Counterintelligence) in support of US policy to track, locate, and prevent Nazi postwar control of Germany's gold and other valuable assets in neutral countries as an Allied victory approached. The overriding goal of SAFEHAVEN was to make it impossible for Germany to start another war.

Steury wrote, "The fear was that the German political and economic leadership, sensing, defeat, would act to transfer secretly blocs of industrial and fiscal capital to neutral countries, thereby escaping confiscation and the reparations bill. If this happened, German economic and industrial power would be largely intact and would act as a power base from which an unrepentant German leadership could build a resurgent Fourth Reich in 20 years. The military defeat of Germany thus would again be meaningless.”

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of

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Ulo phn to

ThI) Abor:ohr Dept. in Barll"'1 mnUoa

you ~AOhad.

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tonfuohror,

13 to Final Intorrog~tlon Report of STZIMLZ, !Uc.n, 55 St~dnr~

Chiof of Cruppo VI !

~rA A~t. Mil, ~. RS~, Berlin,

12 Doo 45,

f.hg, l!.U2. ~ II "FRIADmrSllill7

(peMotin. lntoll1cpncg .Iltl) Rt. Aat U

Until the cnd dl

tho Wl'.T in U,.y 1915.

iV-r VI hl'd. ncitl-.or 'built. up on

or ~&ontB 1n the ~B.t-Ioctor.

1nt01114000. not

nor O~loyo4 Indlvld~l V-non

Tho dcchion

hl'd becn :-:"do

thl\t .In' lIt

find .Al.fi' IV won

TOllponlleb for

tl1010

I

I

f~~ctlon•. Thi, d~e. not conc~rn the Act Hil •• which putoo'tlc,.l~ kopt up

,.

r.:llit"r;l newl lervice within COrr'.I'n torritoTII ever 8loce ollHf> r 1 Oporchr.\.

II

took pIneo on C~~'n 1011,

Tho only

thine bown

to STEIMLE

bout

the Intorlor intoll1lNnce nota 18

~ ro~k ho

Once

overh',rd,

that AMr VI !/H v~. 'uppnlod

to

,1vo ~

III

IiPpponod tochnlcpl IUppert.

nowOTor.

ho dool not knov vhether or not

thrt nct~~lf

STZIMLE1I Grcup of tho ~orlln~rDr hPd. to novo to Thur1nc1r.

lator to

lIr1vr.rin, ('rod. f1nrlly to .Au.trip, whon tho collrpao of Cor!:llr.y boct':lo I"pprront

during tho lAlt threo ~onth. of the wrr. Th1. neCO'litptod. r cutting d~wn of tho nnchine to cpko it pOI.l~lo to QCTO ~round. alto(Othor. Tor that ronlon

STEIMLZ orderod h11 ':Ir to pll'.co thon rt

of STEIY.L!:'t 6l'CUp wrt tr~ntfClrred. fro:! Thurint!" to ~YI';r1, ifnon

fron 2~vrria to Auttrin. ho only took hil two aof.r~nton ~~HARD rn4 ~~,

"4'1d rbout

~~~~~ to 41t=il' tho ~JOrlty of thoir co-vorkorl,

the dispODd of cocbrt U-'lUt.

!hUt.

oDly rbout 1\ third

ht neyed

5 othor co-vorkOTl I'Ilon6.

,

I

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,

SriI~ loft tho d.aci.lon for tho tuturo Ut. at tho indivIdUAl o~

vorkOr t to hi. R2J-ZREHT~;. I'n4 thorotoro h' crn't

thoir l~torwhororbeutl.

vrl put nt tho dllpolrl of co~bnt unite. Othor. ,ryo tho!r Roforonton thoir

A ero"t n~~bor ot thoa

rrko I'ny ,trtoDont. 1"

to

Howevor,

it i. oortrln th"t

futuro N1d.roll

Au.trin ur.40r OI1r.-:rn dor.lnMca in 01'10 ct prolen«rt1on of tho vrr _ to oono-

trct thol;) Md I'Uuro tholr fUt\lro UIO in now t".k .lvor)'bod,Y rooosnilOd tho trot thnt - for ,,11 prJlctlonl PUTPf}OOIl STzua.:;r. GTOUp VI" d.iuolvod. in

thul on

bl1ne

JJ~ VI

;fit'

Ihruld. tho), bo "ble to oporl'to in

Rottl\ch-E~rn. Si'iII'loE rooo1ved no) InltruoUon.

ti~o not durine thi, or tho precedln~p~aol nor 41d he exorei.o or plAn ~ lnto111eenco I'cUviUca II.1'tor I"rr~hUco ht4 boon 40clnr04.

tOr,. tOr.JltiM of n po

co

In

thto connoction, STEIMLE aontion. tho I'ctlv1ty of '0 S5 STUaAl,

H. vorked on fronch I'n4 Jolgiuo

AI they vero of

III,

a. far

wh':leo nrno he hf. for6otton.

(P~-Yl) K~tionelilt-oovonont. 1n Soctor Wett of ~

interOlt fOr A1fr III.

contact with SnWL!: 1n RottrLch-Er;oTn, ,nd. Plkod tor hit n.ht"nco in tho

flnancinl aupport And tho eVt~t1on to ~ for.i8n countr,y of hil

During tho 11)0t dt>y. cf .April, thit B'rtm.U' got in

foroor

.t\!tor r:enUoninc thb 1n hh

the n~~o of DIELS in cor~oction vlth tho.o ht»POnin(l.

CO-vorkerl.

tho SUccellor to DORIOT, end !'nother ?r.nc~~ ~.

STt1!JJ' in quotUon tf} OSTU?Al' 2E;U1RA

quo.ta.

ho introduced hiD to

inhrrotPUon, 6'l'3na"z rlr.ler.borod

Othor. "'oro LESSUZV~,

ST3IKLi roferrod tho

1U)

t

fOrltotUocoo.t tlf hit !intncbl re-

in tho vioinity ot Innlbruck. whoro

S'l'Zt~~~ I,.W thil STUBhF l,

tho Ip.at - nru:led FrcnCh.cl'n.

thl1 oale W"I eOTo1y the

effort of thll STVDAF to help hi' fo~or co-workerl .tv. their tkin in tho

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WIESEU offeoto

to know oblSolutel:I noth1ng or ottondve

post-hostll i t)/ plane directed ngn1nftt the All1es, such a8 WEIlE- WQJ3, stay-behind aronts or sobotoge unite, 811Ch 118 those ot

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any inst.ruct1.ens to thio etteot and believes

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thot ncns et

Duch instruct1cns.

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1n the event that the to~nor antagon1sts ot Germnny should de-

cide to form &n nnti-bolehevht tront", 0.11 lIubjoot put it,

the merothcrs of tha K!.{ Vl&NIIA resolved to refnuttS their nctivities

wore

under the aepide of the Allies and op'Binst Seviet-RuBsie.

WIESER

added

th~t after on 1nterview which he hnd bAd on April

w1 th Oeneral TURllUL ,

he wan led to believe

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thnt "nege-

tiat10ns 1;'/1th the Allies", fer such plnnn were alreody 1n f,ol'O-

gr088,

and that 1n the cnse ot General "TUruruL , II prcp arat10ne

for his nctive colloberat1en with the All1~8 were 1n toot already

be1ng made H

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rebirth or r~-::''3:Al1Y llnJ Ilre alrontly beeinn1:ng to

work "u 'Jorullyft .

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Th ey OT Il couut1nP. on oJlfrert'r<O~1J of opinion 1'>otweon tha

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the peoplos of

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thltt thh mrht eV')n~al1v have.

.By intelltgant.

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t.~e uphe&vDls in thin :sphero of adverdty,

t ho;, are rockDnninc on C·:t::.u;y becocrl.rlP." ~rtul onco again, r,, " ardlftso or thG WlI,}'d and J:leA.l'l8 or ach1erlne thia.

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tl., J!4af'~t l'1"alla in the U.S.A.)

to help ~l'ith tbt rctOOlUItr<.lotien of Ii :JU'A:iY.

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io anrtaamlrJM in 1"ort1rlllar to 'nl'OOUre

pnlitJntil Md DOOMt.1io intol1'tttiano

l tho m1l1hry quontion,

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tho

Dcutsoho Akadem1e

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