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The International Military Tribunal having been duly constituted and an indictment having been lodged with the Tribunal by the Chief Prosecutors
AND one of the defendants, Martin Bormann, not having been found
IT IS ORDERED that notice be given said Martin Bormann in the following form and manner:
Martin Bormann is charged with having committed Crimes against Peace, War Crimes, and Crimes against Humanity all as particularly set forth in an indictment which has been lodged with this Tribunal.
The indictment is available at the Palace of Justice, Nuremberg, Germany.
If Martin Bormann appears, he is entitled to be heard in person or by counsel.
If he fails to appear, he may be tried in his absence, commencing November 20, 1945 at the Palace of Justice, Nuremberg, Germany, and if found guilty the sentence pronounced upon him will, without further hearing, and subject to the orders of the Control Council for Germany, be executed whenever he is found.
By order of
The International Military Tribunal (no signature)
This notice shall be read in full once a week for four weeks over the radio, the first reading to be during the week of October 22, 1945. It shall also be published in four separate issues of a newspaper circulated in the home city of Martin Bormann.
The Orders and Forms of Notice above set forth have been adopted by the International Military Tribunal./s/ GEOFFREY LAWRENCE