The crime and punishment of I. G. Farben

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Free Press, Jun 1, 1978 - Business & Economics - 250 pages
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The story of the huge chemical corporation, I.O. Farben: its relations with Hitler and the Third Reich, its takeover of the chemical industries of Europe in the wake of German conquest, its use of slave labor in its own Anschwitz-like concentration camp and its ultimate exposure at the Nuremberg trials.

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Review: The Crime and Punishment of IG Farben

User Review  - Ricky Callahan Jr. - Goodreads

Very dense, but also very thorough. Took me longer than anticipated to complete this book, however the time invested in reading netted some very interesting and useful information. If anyone has a passing interest in IG Farben and/or their roll in WWII, I'd highly recommend this book. Read full review

Review: The Crime and Punishment of IG Farben

User Review  - Goodreads

Very dense, but also very thorough. Took me longer than anticipated to complete this book, however the time invested in reading netted some very interesting and useful information. If anyone has a passing interest in IG Farben and/or their roll in WWII, I'd highly recommend this book. Read full review

Contents

Postwar Germany and Boschs Dream
39
LG Prepares Hitler for War
54
The Marriage of I G and Standard Oil under Hitler
76
Copyright

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