The Crime and Punishment of I. G. Farben

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Free Press, 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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An absolute necessity of any WWII reader to understanding the war, how why and who was most important, it was business not the military or even Hitler. I am sure there are holes in this history but my new understanding of the war and the world outweighs any shortcomings. Read full review

Contents

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76
Corporate Camouflage
164
The Strange Case of General Aniline and Film
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