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The crime and punishment of I.G. Farben / Joseph Borkin.

By: Borkin, Joseph.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Free Press, c1978Description: 250 p., [4] leaves of plates : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0029046300; 9780029046302.Subject(s): Interessengemeinschaft Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft | I.G. Farben Trial, Nuremberg, Germany, 1947-1948 | War crime trials -- Germany -- Nuremberg | I.G. Farben Trial, Nuremberg, Germany, 1947-1948 | Interessengemeinschaft Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft | War crime trials Germany NurembergAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Crime and punishment of I.G. Farben.DDC classification: 338.7/66/00943 LOC classification: HD2769.C53 | G293Other classification: 15.70 | NQ 1230 | QR 525 | k 77 | q 44 | q 95.1 | q 95.3.1 | x 169.6 Also issued online.
Contents:
World War I -- Postwar German and Bosch's dream -- I.G. prepared Hitler for war -- The marriage of I.G. and Standard Oil under Hitler -- The rape of the European chemical inductry -- Slave labor and mass murder -- I.G. loses the war -- I.G. at Nuremberg -- I.G. wins the peace -- Corporate camouflage -- The strange case of General Aniline and film.
Summary: 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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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Also issued online.

World War I -- Postwar German and Bosch's dream -- I.G. prepared Hitler for war -- The marriage of I.G. and Standard Oil under Hitler -- The rape of the European chemical inductry -- Slave labor and mass murder -- I.G. loses the war -- I.G. at Nuremberg -- I.G. wins the peace -- Corporate camouflage -- The strange case of General Aniline and film.

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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