German Law in occupied Polish territories.

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German Law in occupied Polish territories.

Post by GregSingh » 23 Feb 2021 04:21

Issued on October 26th, 1939:

-Proclamation of the Governor-General.
-The first regulation on the reconstruction of the Administration of the occupied Polish territories.
-Ordinance on the restoration of judicial system in the General Government.
-Ordinance on public order and safety in the General Government.
-Ordinance on the introduction of the obligation to work for the Polish population of the General Government.
-Ordinance on the introduction of compulsory labor for the Jewish population of the General Government.
-Ordinance banning ritual slaughter of animals.
-Ordinance on entry and exit permits for the territories of the General Government.
-Regulation on publishing of printed products.
-Ordinance on the introduction of recognition cards (ID's) in the General Government.
-Announcement on the establishment of the German Reich Credit Unions in the General Government.
-Announcement on the Offering of Foreign Assets ​​in the General Government.

Issued on October 30th, 1939:

-Appeal of the Supreme Commander of the SS and Police in the General Government for the occupied Polish territories.


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Re: German Law in occupied Polish territories.

Post by GregSingh » 24 Feb 2021 00:45

Issued on October 31st, 1939:

-Ordinance to combat violent acts in the General Government.
-Ordinance on the management of Posts and Telegraphs in the General Government.
-Regulation on the standardization of working conditions and work protection in the General Government.
-Regulation on taking loans by municipalities and associations of municipalities in the General Government.
-Ordinance on education in the General Government.
-Ordinance on publishing houses in the General Government.
-Ordinance on forestry and hunting in the General Government.
-The first implementing regulation to the regulation of October 27, 1939 on introducing the obligation to work for the Polish population of the General Government.
-Notice on personnel matters.
-Announcement about the address of the Governor General's Office for the occupied Polish territories.
-Announcement on publishing of a journal of the General Governor's Regulations for the occupied Polish territories in the General Government.
-Announcement on publishing of a journal of the General Governor's Regulations for the occupied Polish territories in the territory of the German Reich.
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