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by Antony C. Sutton
Copyright 2000, by Antony C. Sutton

"The 1945 interrogation of I.G. Farben director von Schnitzler reads:

Q. What did you do when they told you that I.G. chemicals was [sic] being used to kill, to murder people held in concentration camps?

A. I was horrified.

Q. Did you do anything about it?

A. I kept it for me [to myself] because it was too terrible .... I asked Muller-Cunradi is it known to you and Ambros and other directors in Auschwitz that the gases and chemicals are being used to murder people.

Q. What did he say?

A. Yes: it is known to all I.G. directors in Auschwitz."


"The critical point is that the German industrialists financing Hitler were predominantly directors of cartels with American associations, ownership, participation, or some form of subsidiary connection. The Hitler backers were not, by and large, firms of purely German origin, or representative of German family business. Except for Thyssen and Kirdoff, in most cases they were the German multi-national firms i.e., I.G. Farben, A.E.G., DAPAG, etc. These multi-nationals had been built up by American loans in the 1920s, and in the early 1930s had American directors and heavy American financial participation."


"The American electrical industry has conquered the world, and only a few of the remaining opposing bastions have been able to withstand the onslaught."


Original transfer slip dated March 2, 1933 from German General Electric to Delbruck, Shickler Bank in Berlin, with instructions to pay 60,000 RM to the "Nationale Treuhand" fund (administered by Hjalmar Schacht and Rudolph Hess) used to elect Hitler in March 1933.  Source:  Nuremburg Military Tribunal, document No. 391-395.

-- Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler, by Antony C. Sutton

Table of Contents

PART ONE:  Wall Street Builds Nazi Industry

PART TWO:  Wall Street and Funds for Hitler