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|MEMORANDUM FOR:||Brig. Gen. William L. Mitchell,
In response to the Tribunal's request that the Defendant Julius Streicher be examined, the undersigned psychiatrists did examine the Defendant Julius Streicher on 17 November 1945. The following examinations were made: Physical, neurological and psychiatric examinations.
In addition, the following documents were studied: All available interrogations, biographical data, inspection of examples of his written works, all psychological investigations and observations of the prison psychiatrist.
The following results of the examination and unanimous conclusions are submitted:
1) Defendant Julius Streicher is sane.
2) Defendant Julius Streicher is fit to appear before the Tribunal and to present his defense.
3) It being the unanimous conclusion of the examiners that Julius Streicher is sane, he is for that reason capable of understanding the nature and quality of his acts during the period of time covered by the Indictment.