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To the Commanders of Concentration Camps, Da., Sa., Bu., Mau., Flo., Neu., Au., Gro-Ro., Natz., Nie., Stu., Arb., Rav., and Prisoners of War. Camp Lublin.
According to a communication of the Chief of the Security Police and the SD and conforming to a report of the Chief of Security Police and SD in Prague, urns of deceased Czechs and Jews were sent for burial to the home-cemeteries within the Protectorate.
Based on different events (demonstrations, erecting of posters inimical to the Reich on urns of deceased inmates in halls of cemeteries in the home-communities, pilgrimages to the graves of deceased inmates etc.) within the Protectorate, the delivery of urns with the ash remnants of deceased Nationals of the Protectorate and of Jews is henceforth prohibited. The urns shall be preserved within the Concentration camps. In case of doubt about the preservation of the urns oral instructions shall be available at this agency.The Chief of the Central Office
To the Concentration Camp Commanders of Da., Sah., Bu., Mau., Flo., Au., Gr. Ro., Natzw., Nie., Stu., Arb., Rav., and commander of Prisoner of War Camp Lublin.
The Reich fuehrer-SS and Chief of the German Police has decreed that when the word "more severe" [verschaerft] is added in his orders for lashings, the execution of the sentence must be undergone with bare seat [unbekleidetes Gesaess]. (This includes male as well as female prisoners in protective or preventative custody.)
In all other cases the previously decreed punishment by Reichsfuehrer-SS remains the same.The Chief of the Central Office
Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression Volume IV
Office of the United States Chief Counsel for Prosecution of Axis Criminality
Washington, DC : United States Government Printing Office, 1946