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Documented Evidence of a Secret Business and Political Alliance Between the U.S. "Establishment" and the Nazis - Before, During and After World War II - up to the Present.
Documented Evidence of a Secret Business and Political Alliance Between the U.S. "Establishment" and the Nazis - Before, During and After World War II - up to the Present.

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Published by: rwdavis on Aug 19, 2008
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Even after Pearl Harbor, ITT was working for the Nazis, reports Higham: ". . . the German
army, navy, and air force contracted with ITT for the manufacture of switchboards,

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telephones, alarm gongs, buoys, air raid warning devices, radar equipment, and thirty
thousand fuses per month for artillery shells used to kill British and American troops."

ITT also "supplied ingredients for the rocket bombs that fell on London," and other
devices as well, without which "it would have been impossible for the German air force to
kill American and British troops, for the German army to fight the Allies in Africa, Italy,
France, and Germany, for England to have been bombed, or for Allied ships to have been
attacked at sea." (24)

In 1938, "following a series of meetings with Luftwaffe chief Herman Goring, [ITT
founder and chairman Sosthenes] Behn encouraged ITT's Lorenz subsidiary to purchase
28 percent of the Focke-Wulf firm, manufacturer of the bombers that were to sink so
many Allied ships during the war," according to researcher and author Jim Hougan. (25)

Anthony Sampson, in "The Sovereign State of ITT," reports on what is perhaps the most
bizarre aspect of the US/Nazi corporate partnership, war reparations:

". . . ITT now presents itself as the innocent victim of the Second World
War, and has been handsomely recompensed for its injuries. In 1967, nearly
thirty years after the events, ITT actually managed to obtain $27 million in
compensation from the American government, for war damage to Focke-
Wulf plants - on the basis that they were American property bombed by
Allied bombers." (26)

The Foreign Claims Settlement Commission was responsible for this payment to ITT, and
other U.S. corporations as well.

Bradford Snell reports that "After the cessation of hostilities, GM and Ford demanded
reparations from the U.S. Government for wartime damages sustained by their Axis
facilities as a result of Allied bombing. By 1967 GM had collected more than $33 million
in reparations and Federal tax benefits for damages to its warplane and motor vehicle
properties in formerly Axis territories . . . Ford received a little less than $1 million,
primarily as a result of damages sustained by its military truck complex at Cologne." (27)

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