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Trading With the Enemy by Charles Higham
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Trading With the Enemy (1983)

by Charles Higham

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i'm glad that american taxpayers had to get bilked for 27 million after bombing the american corporation ITT's nazi supplies factories during ww2. nobody fucks with evil dick and the dismal science of economics.
  caballer | Jun 1, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0760700095, Hardcover)

Hardcover - some pages dog-eared; clean, dustcover not torn

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This perennial classic of political literature remains the only book to document 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 Nazis in Paris, ITT built rocket bombs for Goering and Standard Oil fueled U-boats in the Atlantic.… (more)

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