Trading with the Enemy: The Nazi-American Money Plot 1933-1949

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iUniverse, Mar 1, 2007 - History - 304 pages
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This perennial classic of political literature remians the only book to documnet the trading of the American financial establishment with Hitler's Germany in World War II, from Pearl Harbor to V-E Day. Ford supplied tanks to Hitler, the Chase Bank financed the Nazi's in Paris, ITT built rocket bombs for Goering and Standard Oil fueled U-boats in the Atlantic.

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Review: Trading With The Enemy: An Exposť Of The Nazi American Money Plot, 1933 1949

User Review  - Roger Booth - Goodreads

Now that corporations have rights similar to humans, shouldn't we execute a few of them for treason? We should at least make them add little swastikas to their logos. Readers will be happy to learn ... Read full review

Review: Trading With The Enemy: An Exposť Of The Nazi American Money Plot, 1933 1949

User Review  - Asails F - Goodreads

For a few years much was published about American Corporate collusion with the Nazi government during World War 2. After reading about Coca Cola's entrenchment in Germany I look back with confusion to ... Read full review

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