The Nazi Roots of the ‘Brussels EU’

What you always wanted to know about the ‘Brussels EU’ – But no one dared to tell you

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Historical Documents

The documents on this page are facsimiles from the official post-war Allied records. They represent further evidence supporting our Open Letter that was published in the London Times on June 2, 2017, and our previous Open Letter that was published in the London Times on June 9, 2016.

Historical Documents Concerning Carl Friedrich Ophuels

During the Nazi regime, Carl Friedrich Ophuels had been the leading Court expert of the important Patent Court in Frankfurt (Germany), the city of the IG Farben headquarters. In this role, Ophuels was familiar with all patent disputes relating to the spoliation by the IG Farben Cartel of the chemical industries in the conquered countries in Europe. This fact qualified him, of course, as an accomplice for the Cartel's next attempt at the conquest of Europe.

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The 1946 Allied Denazification questionnaire reveals that Ophuels was a member of the Nazi-Party, the NSDAP, with the membership No. 2 399061.

Because of the Nazi past, the Allied Security Office in 1947 classified Ophuels as follows: "This individual was previously found unemployed by Military Government for any position above ordinary labor"

On December 17, 1941, the Nazi party head office in Frankfurt, in an official letter to the Rector of Frankfurt University, attests that C.F. Ophuels is a "politically reliable" ["politisch verlässlicher"] Nazi.

On April 17, 1951, C.F. Ophuels – Nazi Party member no. 2 399061, membership duration May 1, 1933 to 1945 (the entire Nazi reign) – became a key ‘founding father’ of Europe's Highest Court.

Historical Documents Concerning Walter Hallstein

Questions that urgently deserve answers are: How could the architects of the Brussels EU build such an undemocratic construct from within democratic European countries – and who were these men? In fact, the key architect of the Brussels EU was Walter Hallstein, a prominent attorney in Nazi Germany.

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In 1933, immediately after seizing power, The Nazi/IG Farben coalition founded the "BNSDJ" ["Bund Nationalsozialistischer Deutscher Juristen"], as a legal ‘fig leaf’. Hallstein was a member of the BNSDJ.

Original German document is on the left, the English translation of the document about Hallstein's membership in the BNSDJ can be found on the right.

Hallstein's pledge – under oath – of his reliable support for the Nazi ideology and goals greatly furthered his academic career. On May 18, 1936, merely eight months after this oath of Nazi allegiance, Hallstein was appointed ‘Dean of the Faculty of Law and Economics’ at the Rostock University in Nazi Germany.

Original German document is on the left, the English translation can be found on the right.

After the defeat of the Nazi/IG Farben's attempt at world conquest, Hallstein suffered acute memory loss. The allies interrogated the bearers of German public offices – including university staff – about their Nazi past.

You can find Hallstein's barefaced lies in the official 1945 interrogation sheet (excerpts) on the left. The English translation is on the right side.

Facsimile of the original newspaper report about Hallstein's presentation entitled ‘Greater Germany as Legal Entity’. This eyewitness report about the Nazi propaganda event was published in the ‘Lower German Observer’[‘Niederdeutscher Beobachter’] the next day, January 24, 1939.

Original German document is on the left, the English translation can be found on the right.

Even several weeks before Hallstein's lecutre, the Chancellor of Rostock University left no doubt that the ‘Hallstein lecture’ was an official event organized by the university for the Nazi state.

Original German document is on the left, the English translation can be found on the right.

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