WALL STREET AND THE RISE OF HITLER, by Antony C. Sutton

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APPENDIX E: Extract from Morgenthau Diary (Germany) Regarding Sosthenes Behn of I.T.T.

March 16, 1945
11:30 a.m.

GROUP MEETING
Bretton Woods — I.T.&T. — Reparations

Present:
Mr. White
Mr. Fussell
Mr. Feltus
Mr. Coe
Mr. DuBois
Mrs. Klotz

H.M., Jr.: Frank, can you boil down this business on I.T.&T.?

Mr. Coe: Yes, sir. I.T. &T. by the way did transfer or did get $15 million yesterday or a few days ago of their debts in dollars paid to them by the Spanish Government and that they are allowed to do under our general license, so that's all right. However, it is in part in their representation to us, part of a deal for the sale of the company in Spain, so they are trying thereby to force our hand. Now, the proposition which they have had up over some years in different forms now takes this form. They can get their receivables paid off in dollars, which they say they have not been able to do hitherto — either $15 million now and $10 million or $11 million later. They will sell the company to Spain and take in return $30 million worth of bonds — Spanish Government bonds — which are to be amortized over a number of years and roughly at the rate of $2 million per annum, and they are to receive 90% of those exports in order to amortize bonds faster, if they are to export it to the United States.

H. M. Jr.: Like the match dealer I mentioned in my speech.

Mr. Coe: That's right. The Spanish Government. They are willing, they say — they are able to get from the Spanish Government assurances, that these will not be, that the shares which the Spanish Government intends to resell will not go to anybody on the black list, and so forth. In some negotiations we have had with them over the last few weeks, they have been willing to come further on that. Our hesitation on the matter relates to two things; First, that you can't trust Franco, and that if they are able — if Franco is able to sell $50 million worth of shares Of this company in Spain in the next period of time, he may very well sell it to pro-German interests. It seems doubtful that he would be able to dispose of it to the Spaniards, so that is the first thing. The second thing we can't document too well, but I think it is more pronounced in my mind than in the minds of the Foreign Funds and legal people. I don't think we can really trust Behn either.

Mr. White: I'm sure you can't.

Mr. Coe: We have records here of interviews, going far back, that some of your men had with Behn — Klaus was one — in which Behn said that he had had conversations with Goering with the proposition that Goering was to hold I.T. &T.'s property in Germany, and as you recall, I.T. &T. here did try to purchase General Aniline and make it an American company thereby and that was part of the deal which Behn told State and our lawyers very frankly he had discussed. He thought it was perfectly all right protecting property: That was before we entered the war,

H. M., Jr.: I don't remember that,

Mr. Coe: The man in charge of their properties now is Westrick who you recall came over here and was mixed up with Texaco. They tried in every way to cook up deals earlier to escape. They are tied up with top German group and etc. On the other hand, Colonel Behn has been used several times as an emissary by the State Department, and I believe he is personally on very good terms with Stettinius. We have heard from State on this letter saying they have no objections. We proposed to you earlier — the letter which I sent in to you suggesting that you ask State, if in view of our safe haven objectives, they still said yes. I am confident from talking with them on the phone the last day or two, they will write back and say yes, they still think it is a good deal.

H. M., Jr.: This is the position I am in. As you gentlemen know I am overextended now and I can't go into this thing personally, and I think that we are just going to have to throw the thing in the lap of the State Department, and if they want to clear it, all right. I just haven't got the time or the energy to fight them on that basis.

Mr. Coe: Then we ought to license it now.

Mr. White: First you ought to get a letter. I agree with the Secretary on this point of view that this fellow Behn is not to be trusted around the corner. There is something about this deal that looks suspicious and has been for the last couple of years we have been dealing with him. However, it is one thing to believe that and another thing to defend that before the pressure that will be brought in here that they are trying to deprive this company of the business deal, but I think that what we might do is get the State Department on record that in view of a safe haven project they don't think that there is any danger that any of these assets — I would cite some of them, spell the letter out. Get them down on record and even make them a little frightened and hold out or they will at least have had the record and you will have called their attention to these dangers. This fellow Behn hates our guts anyway. We have been standing between him and deals for 4 years, at least.

H. M., Jr.: Follow what White said. Something along that line. "Dear Mr, Stettinius; I am bothered about these things due to the following facts, and I would like you to advise me whether we should or should not .... "

Mr. White: "In view of the danger that German assets may be cloaked here, the future —" and let him come back and say, "No," and we'll watch him.

Mr. Coe: We said we wanted to give Acheson something Monday.

H. M., Jr.: And if you get that ready for me by tomorrow morning, I'll sign it. Mr. Coe: O.K.

Source: United States Senate, Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act. Committee on the Judiciary, Morgenthau Diarty (Germany), Volume 1, 90th Congress, 1st Session, November 20, 1967, (Washington D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1967), p. 320 of Book 828. (Page 976 of U,S. Senate print.)

Note: "Mr. White" is Harry Dexter White. "Dr. Dubois" is Josiah E. Dubois, Jr., author of the book, Generals in Grey Suits (London: The Bodley Head, 1953). "H.M., Jr." is Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury.

This memorandum is important because it accuses Sosthenes Behn of attempting to make behind-the-scenes deals in Nazi Germany "for 4 years, at least" — i.e. while the rest of the U.S. was at war, Behn and his friends were still doing business as usual with Germany. This memorandum supports the evidence presented in Chapters Five and Nine concerning the influence of I.T.T. in the Himmler inner circle and adds Herman Goering to the list of I.T.T. contacts.
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FOOTNOTES

INTRODUCTION


1. (New York: Arlington House Publishers, 1974)

2. (New York: Arlington House Publishers, 1975)

3. The Higher Circles: The Governing Class in America, (New York: Vintage, 1970)

4. None Dare Call It Conspiracy, (Rossmoor: Concord Press, 1971). For another view based on "inside" documents, see Carroll Quigley, Tragedy and Hope, (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1966)

5. The Invisible Government, (Boston: Western Islands, 1962)

6. Published in English as The Occult and the Third Reich, (The mystical origins of Naziism and the search for the Holy Grail), (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1974). See also Reginald H. Phelps, " 'Before Hitler Came:' Thule Society and Germanen Orden" in the Journal of Modern History, September 1968, No. 3.

7. (Boston: Little Brown and Company, 1950)

8. Edgar B. Nixon, ed., Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, Volume III: September 1935-January 1937, (Cambridge: Belknap Press, 1969), p. 456.

9. Edited by William E. Dodd Jr. and Martha Dodd, Ambassador Dodd's Diary, 1933-1938, (New York: Harcourt Brace and Company, 1941), p. 303.

10. Ibid, p. 358.

11. Quigley, op. cit.

12. For more information about "Putzi" Hanfstaengl, see Chapter Nine.

13. See Sutton, Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution, op. cit., for Sehacht's relations with Soviets and Wall Street, and his directorship of a Soviet bank.

CHAPTER ONE

1. (New York: Arlington House Publishers, 1974)

2. (New York: Arlington House Publishers, 1975)

3. The Higher Circles: The Governing Class in America, (New York: Vintage, 1970)

4. None Dare Call It Conspiracy, (Rossmoor: Concord Press, 1971). For another view based on "inside" documents, see Carroll Quigley, Tragedy and Hope, (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1966)

5. The Invisible Government, (Boston: Western Islands, 1962)

6. Published in English as The Occult and the Third Reich, (The mystical origins of Naziism and the search for the Holy Grail), (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1974). See also Reginald H. Phelps, " 'Before Hitler Came:' Thule Society and Germanen Orden" in the Journal of Modern History, September 1968, No. 3.

7. (Boston: Little Brown and Company, 1950)

8. Edgar B. Nixon, ed., Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, Volume III: September 1935-January 1937, (Cambridge: Belknap Press, 1969), p. 456.

9. Edited by William E. Dodd Jr. and Martha Dodd, Ambassador Dodd's Diary, 1933-1938, (New York: Harcourt Brace and Company, 1941), p. 303.

10. Ibid, p. 358.

11. Quigley, op. cit.

12. For more information about "Putzi" Hanfstaengl, see Chapter Nine.

13. See Sutton, Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution, op. cit., for Sehacht's relations with Soviets and Wall Street, and his directorship of a Soviet bank.

CHAPTER TWO

1. German firms have a two-tier board of directors. The Aufsichsrat concerns itself with overall supervision, including financial policy, while the Vorstand is concerned with day-to-day management.

2. Taken from Der Farben-Konzern 1928, (Hoppenstedt, Berlin: I928), pp. 4-5.

3. Elimination of German Resources, p. 943.

4. Ibid, p. 945.

5. New York Times, October 21, 1945, Section 1, pp. 1, 12.

6. Ibid, p. 947.

7. Elimination of German Resources.

8. Bernhard is today better known for his role as chairman of the secretive, so-called Bilderberger meetings. See U.S. Congress, House of Representatives, Special Committee on Un-American Activities, Investigation of Nazi Propaganda Activities and Investigation of Certain other Propaganda Activities. 73rd Congress, 2nd Session, Hearings No. 73-DC-4. (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1934), Volume VIII, p. 7525.

9. Ibid p. 949.

10. Ibid p. 952.

11. Ibid p. 1293.

12. Ibid p. 954.

13. Ibid p. 954.

14. Ibid, pp. 954-5.

15. U.S. Congress. House of Representatives, Special Committee on Un-American Activities, Investigation of Nazi Propaganda Activities and Investigation of Certain Other Propaganda Activities, op. cit.

16. Ibid, p. 178.

17. Ibid, p. 183.

18. Ibid, p. 188.

CHAPTER THREE

1. For the technical details see the three-volume study, Antony C. Sutton, Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development, (Stanford, California: Hoover Institution Press, 1968, 1971), 1973), hereafter cited as Western Technology Series.

2. (New York: Arlington House Publishers, 1975)

3. New York Times, October 6, 1936. See also Antony C. Sutton, Wall Street and FDR, op. cit.

4. Of course, socialist pleading by businessmen is still with us. Witness the injured cries when President Ford proposed deregulation of airlines and trucking. See for example Wall Street Journal, November 25, 1975.

5. Mimeographed Translation in Hoover Institution Library, p. 67. Also see Walter Rathenau, In Days to Come, (London: Allen & Unwin, n.d.)

6. Ibid, p. 249.

7. New York Times, July 2, 1929.

8. Ibid, July 28, 1929.

9. Ibid, August 2, 1929 and August 4, 1929.

10. Ibid, August 6, 1929.

11. Ibid, February 2, 1930.

12. Ibid, February 2, 1930.

13. Ibid, May 11, 1930. For the prewar machinations of General Electric, Osram, and the Dutch company N.V. Philips Gloeilampenfabrieken of Eindhoven Holland, see Chapter 11, "Electric Eels," in James Stewart Martin, op cit. Martin was Chief of the Economic Warfare Division of the U.S. Department of Justice and comments that "The A.E.G. of Germany was largely controlled by the American company, General Electric." The assumption by this author is that the G.E. influence was somewhat less than controlling although substantial enough. Because of Martin's official position and access to official documents, not known to the author, his statement that A.E.G. was "largely controlled" by U.S. General Electric cannot be lightly dismissed. However, if we accept that G.E. "largely controlled" A.E.G., then the most serious questions arise which clamor for investigation. A.E.G. was a prime financier of Hitler and "control" would more deeply implicate the U.S. parent company than is suggested by the evidence presented here.

14. Son of Emil Rathenau, founder of A.E.G., born in 1867 and assassinated in 1922.

15. The United States Strategic Bombing Survey, German Electrical Equipment Industry/Report, (Equipment Division, January 1947), p. 4.

16. U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey, Plant Report of A.E.G. (Allgemeine Elektrizitats Gesellschaft), Nuremburg, Germany: June 1945), p. 6.

17. p. 3. Consequently, "production during the war was adequate until November 1944" and "in the opinion of Speer assistants and plant officials the war effort in Germany was never hindered in any important manner by any shortage of electrical equipment." Difficulties arose only at the very end of the war when the whole economy was threatened with collapse. The report concluded, "All important needs for electrical equipment in 1944 may therefore be said to have been met, since plans were always optimistic."

18. U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey, AEG-Ostlandwerke GmbH, by Whitworth Ferguson, 31 May 1945.

CHAPTER FOUR

1. In 1935, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. owned stock valued at $245 million in Stan dard Oil of New Jersey, Standard Oil of California, and Socony-Vacuun Company, New York Times, January 10, 1935.

2. Elimination of German Resources, op cit., p. 1085.

3. Ibid.

4. NMT, I.G. Farben case, p. 1304.

5. New York Times, April 28, 1929.

6. Ibid.

7. Ibid, November 24, 1929.

8. NMT, I.G. Farben case, Volumes VII and VIII, pp. 1304-1311,

9. See letter from U.S. War Department reproduced as Appendix D.

10. United States Congress. Senate. Hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on Military Affairs. Scientific and Technical Mobilization, (78th Congress, 1st session, S. 702), Part 16, (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1944), p. 939. Hereafter cited as Scientific and Technical Mobilization.

11. Ibid.

12. Oil and Petroleum Yearbook, 1938, p. 89.

13. New York Times, October 19, 1945, p. 9.

14. George W. Stocking & Myron W. Watkins, Cartels in Action, (New York: The Twentieth Century Fund, 1946), p. 9.

15. For original documents see NMT, I.G. Farben case, Volume VIII, pp. 1189-94.

16. NMT, I.G. Farben case, Volume VIII, p. 1264-5.

17. Scientific and Technical Mobilization, p. 543.

18. Robert Engler, The Politics of Oil, (New York: The MacMillan Company, 1961), p. 102.

19. See Chapter Nine for details.

CHAPTER FIVE

1. For an excellent review of I.T.T.'s worldwide activities, see Anthony Sampson, The Sovereign State of I.T.T., (New York: Stein & Day, 1973).

2. See also Sutton, Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution, op. cit.

3. New York Times, August 4, 1933.

4. See also Chapter Nine for documentary proof of these I.T.T. payments to the S.S.

5. Elimination of German Resources, p. 871.

6. Ibid.

7. New York Times, July 20, 1936.

8. Anthony Sampson reports a meeting between I.T.T. vice president Kenneth Stockton and Westrick in which the preservation of I.T.T. properties was planned. See Anthony Sampson, op. cit., p. 39.

9. There is no substance to reports that Rieber received $20,000 from the Nazis. These reports were investigated by the F.B.I. with no proof forthcoming. See United States Senate, Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the. Internal Security Act, Committee on the Judiciary, Morgenthau Diary (Germany), Volume I, 90th Congress, 1st Session, November 20, 1967, (Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1967), pp. 316-8. On Rieber see also Appendix to the Congressional Record, August 20, 1942, p, A 1501-2, Remarks of Hon. John M. Coffee.

10. See pp. 128-130 for further details.

11. James Stewart Martin, op. cit., p. 52.

CHAPTER SIX

1. June 4, 1938, 2:2.

2. A list of these Gorki vehicles and their model numbers is in Antony G. Sutton, National Suicide: Military Aid to the Soviet Union, (New York: Arlington House Publishers, 1973), Table 7-2, p. 125.

3. The House of Morgan was known for its anti-Semitic views.

4. Page 2, Column 8.

5. Ibid.

6. Jonathan Leonard, The Tragedy of Henry Ford, (New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1932), p. 208. Also see U.S. State Department Decimal File, National Archives Microcopy M 336, Roll 80, Document 862.00S/6, "Money sources of Hitler," a report from the U.S. Embassy in Berlin.

7. On this see Keith Sward, The Legend of Henry Ford, (New York: Rinehart & Co, 1948), p. 139.

8. New York Times, August l, 1938.

9. Ibid., December 1, 1938, 12:2.

10. Ibid., December 19, 1938, 5:3.

11. Elimination of German Resources, p. 656.

12. Elimination of German Resources, pp. 657-8.

13. Josiah E. Dubois, Jr., Generals in Grey Suits, (London: The Bodley Head, 1958), p. 248.

14. Ibid., p. 249.

15. Ibid., p. 251.

16. Ibid.

17. U.S. Army Air Force, Aiming point report No I.E.2, May 29, 1943.

18. U.S. State Department Decimal File, 800/61o.1.

19. Ibid.

CHAPTER SEVEN


1. The American Historical Review, Volume LC, NO. 4, July. 1955. p, 830.

2. Ibid, fn. (2).

3. Elimination of German Resources, p. 648. The Albert Voegler mentioned in the Kilgore Committee list of early Hitler supporters was the German representative on the Dawes Plan Commission. Owen Young of General Electric (see Chapter Three) was a U.S. representative for the Dawes Plan and formulated its successor, the Young Plan.

4. Antony C. Sutton, Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution, op. cit,

5. Preussiche Zettung, January 3, 1937.

6. See p. 116.

7. Glyn Roberts, The Most Powerful Man in the World, (New York: Covicl, Friede, 1938), p. 305.

8. Ibid., p. 313.

9. Ibid., p. 322.

10. See Chambre des Deputes — Debats, February 11, 1932, pp. 496-500.

11. U.S. Group Control Council (Germany0 Office of the Director of Intelligence, Field Information Agency, Technical). Intelligence Report No. EF/ME/1,4 September 1945. "Examination of Dr. Fritz Thyssen," p, 13, Hereafter cited as Examination of Dr. Fritz Thyssen.

12. The Bank was known in Germany as Bank fur Handel und Schiff.

13. Examination of Dr. Fritz Thyssen.

14. Fritz Thyssen, I Paid Hitler, (New York: Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., 1941). p. 159.

15. Taken from Bankers Directory, !932 edition, p, 2557 and Poors, Directory of Directors. J.L. Guinter and Knight Woolley were also directors.

16. See Antony C. Sutton, Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution, op. cit.

17. National Cyclopaedia, Volume G, page 16.

18. For a description of these ventures, based on State Department files, see An, tony C. Sutton, Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development, Volume 1, op. cit.

19. See Antony C. Sutton, Wall Street and FDR. Chapter Nine, "Swope's Plan," op. cit.

20. See Elimination of German Resources, pp. 728-30.

21. For yet other connections between the Union Banking Corp, and German enterprises, see Ibid., pp. 728-30.

22. See Chapter Ten.

23. NMT, Volume VII, p. 555.

24. Josiah E. Dubois, Jr., Generals in Grey Suits op. cit., p. 323.

25. Original reproduced on page 64.

26. NMT, Volume VII, p. 565. See p. 64 for photograph of original document.

27. Fritz Thyssen, I Paid Hitler, (New York: Toronto: Farrat & Rinehart, Inc., 1941).

28. NMT, Volume VI, pp. 1169-1170.

29. NMT, Volume VII, p. 565.

CHAPTER EIGHT

1. William E. Dodd, Ambassador Dodd's Diary, 1933-1938, (New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1941), p. 360.

2. Ernst Hanfstaengl, Unheard Witness, (New York: J.B. Lippincott, 1957), p. 28.

3. Ibid., p.

4. Ibid., p. 52.

5. Ibid., p. 53.

6. Ibid., p. 59.

7. Ibid., p. 122.

8. Ibid., pp. 197-8.

9. Ibid., p. 214.

10. Ladislas Farago, The Game of the Foxes, (New York: Bantam, 1973), p. 97.

11. Ibid., p. 106.

12. Ernst Hanfstaengl, Unheard Witness, op. cit., p. 76.

13. Ibid.

14. Ibid., pp. 310-11.

15. Dustbin report EF/Me/1. Interview of Thyssen, p. 13.

16. Hjalmar Horace Greeley Schacht, Confessions of" The Old Wizard," (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1956), p. 276.

17. George Dimitrov, The Reichstag Fire Trial, (London: The Bodley Head, 1934), p. 309.

18. Ibid., p. 310.

19. Ibid., p. 311.

20. Helmut Magers, Ein Revolutionar Aus Common Sense, (Leipzig: R. Kittler Verlag, 1934).

21. Nixon, Edgar B., Editor, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs, (Cambridge: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1969), Volume 1: January 1933-February 1934. Franklin D. Roosevelt Library. Hyde Park, New York.

CHAPTER NINE

1. From the affidavit of Wilhem Keppler, NMT, Volume VI, p. 285.

2. Elimination of German Resources, p. 869.

3. NMT, Volume VII, p. 238. "Translation of Document N1-10103, Prosecution Exhibit 788." Letter from von Schroder and Defendant Steinbrinck to Dr. Meyer, Dresdner Bank official, 25 February 1936, noting that the Circle of Friends would put funds at Himmler's disposal "For Certain Tasks outside of the Budget" and had established a "Special Account for this purpose."

4. Elimination of German Resources, p. 857.

5. The significant nature of this representation is reflected in Chart 8-1, "Wall Street representation in the Keppler and Himmler Circles, 1933 and 1944."

CHAPTER TEN

1. William E. Dodd, Ambassador Dodd's Diary, op. cit., p. 31.

2. Ibid., p. 74.

3. Franz von Papen, Memoirs, (New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1953), p. 229.

4. The English text for this chapter is translated from an authenticated surviving German translation of a copy of the Dutch edition of De Geldbronnen van Het Nationaal-Socialisme (Drie Gesprekken Met Hitler), or The Financial Sources of National Socialism (Three conversations with Hitler. The original Dutch author is given as "Door Sidney Warburg, vertaald door I.G. Shoup" (By Sidney Warburg, as told by I.G. Shoup).

The copy used here was translated from the Dutch by Dr. Walter Nelz, Wilhelm Peter, and Rene Sonderegger in Zurich, February 11, 1947, and the German translation bears an affidavit to the effect that: "The undersigned three witnesses do verify that the accompanying document is none other than a true and literal translation from Dutch into German of the book by Sidney Warburg, a copy of which was constantly at their disposal during the complete process of translation. They testify that they held this original in their hands, and that to the best of their ability they read it sentence by sentence, translating it into German, comparing then the content of the accompanying translation to the original conscientiously until complete agreement was reached."

5. Note that "von Heydt" was the original name for the Dutch Bank voor Handel en Seheepvaart N.V., a subsidiary of the Thyssen interests and now known to have been used as a funnel for Nazi funds. See Elimination of German Resources.

6. Examination of the Index for the New York Times confirms the accuracy of the latter part of this statement. See for example the sudden rush of interest by the New York Times, September 15, 1930 and the feature article on "Hitler, Driving Force in Germany's Fascism" in the September 21, 1930 issue of the New York Times. In 1929 the New York Times listed only one brief item on Adolf Hitler. In 1931 it ran a score of substantial entries, in-eluding no fewer than three "Portraits."

7. Hoover said he lost the support of Wall Street in 1931 because he would not go along with its plan for a New Deal: see Antony C. Sutton, Wall Street and FDR, op. cit.

8. Franz von Papen, Memoirs, (New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1958). Translated by Brian Connell.

9. Werner Zimmerman, Liebet Eure Feinde, (Frankhauser Verlag: Thielle-Neuchatel, 1948), which contains a chapter, "Hitler's geheime Geldgeber" (Hitler's secret financial supporters) and Rene Sonderegger, Spanischer Sommer, (Afroltern, Switzerland: Aehren Verlag, 1948).

10. Franz von Papen, Memoirs, op. cit., p. 23.

11. William E. Dodd, Ambassador Dodd,s Diary, op. cit. pp, 593-602.

12. The reader should examine the complete Warburg statement and affidavit; see Franz von Papen, Memoirs, op. cit. pp. 593-602,

13. Franz von Papen, Memoirs, op. cit., p. 594.

14. See Antony C. Sutton, Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution, op. cit.

CHAPTER ELEVEN

1. Morgenthau Diary (Germany).

2. Ibid.

3. Ibid.

4. Ibid., pp. 800-2.

5. James Stewart Martin, All Honorable Men, op. cit., p. 75.

6. Morgenthau Diary (Germany), p. 1543. Colonel Graeme K. Howard's book was entitled, America and a New World Order, (New York: Scribners, 1940).

7. The reader should examine the essay, "The Return to War Crimes," in James J. Martin, Revisionist Viewpoints, (Colorado: Ralph Mules, 1971).

8. Elimination of German Resources, p. 652.

CHAPTER TWELVE

1. Carroll Quigley, Tragedy and Hope, op. cit.

2. There are many others; the author selected more or less at random two conservatives (Allen and Lasell) and two liberals (Archer and Domhoff),

3. Percy L. Greaves, Jr., "The Pearl Harbor Investigation," in Harry Elmer Harnes, Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace, (Caldwell: Caxton Printers, 1953), p, 13-20.

4. Colin Simpson, Lusitania, (London: Longman, 1972), p, 252.

5. Jules Archer, The Plot to Seize the White House, (New York: Hawthorn Book, 1973), p. 202.

6. See Julius Epstein, Operation Keelhaul, (Old Greenwich: Devin Adair, 1973).

7. See for example Robert Welch, The Politician, (Belmont, Mass.: Belmont Publishing Co., 1963).
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INDEX

A
Abrams, F.W. -123, 160
Accumulatoren Fabrik -59
Addis, Sir Charles -26
A. E. G. -See, German General
Electric
Agfa Ansco --34, 46
Albert & Westrick -82
AJbert, H. F. -78, 81, 82, 94
Alcoa -30, 34
Aldrich, Winthrop W. -133
Alien Property Custodian -153, 154
All Honorable Men -14
Allen, Gary --13, 169
Allied Committee of Experts -24
Amalgamated Metal Corp. -111
American Cyanamid -154, 155
American Express -150
Anderson, Arthur -77
Angebert, Jean Michel -14
Archer, Jules -169, 175
Army Air Corp -73
Asiatic Petroleum Co. -137

B
Baldwin, A. --121
Baldwin, E. H. -53, 55, 59
Baldwin, Roger -144
Ball, George w. -66
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad -167
Banca Italiana: -139, 140, 145
Bank for International Settlements
17, 26, 27,32
Bank of Engla.nd -27, 138
Bank of Manhattan -31, 37, 48, 81.
109
Bank Voor Handel en Scheepvaart
n.v. -102, 103, 107
Bankers Trust -150
Banque de France -27
Barber Asphalt Corp. -82
Baruch, Bernard -166
Bayer Co. -34
Behn, Sosthenes -77, 78, 79, 81, 8.3,
84, 128
Bell, Georg -101, 107
Bell, Laird -158
Bendix Aviation -31
Berliner Tageblatt -90
Bernhard, Prince -39
Biddle, Francis -154
Bogdan, Norbert A. -85, 129
Bolshevik Revolution -100, 106,
121, 147, 166
Bone, Homer T. -33
Borgman, Erich J. -66
Bosch, Carl 34, 47, 48, 93, 110,113
Braunkohle-Bezin A.G. -22
British Metal Carp. -111
Brown Bros., Harriman & Co. -74
Brown, D. -74
BUBIAG (Braunkohlen-n. Brikett.
Industrie A.G.) -109
Buecher, Geheimrat -112, 113
Buetefisch, Heinrich -127, 132
Butler, SmedJey Darlington -175

C
Carboloy Co., Inc. -61
Carter, Burnham -44
Carter, I. H. -136, 137, 138, 139,
142
Chaplin, Charles -115
Chase Bank -31, 43, 133, 149, 150,
151,160, 166,172
Chemnyco, Inc. -39
Churchill, Winston -159, 175
Circle of Friends -75, 76, 80, 83,
122,123,124,125, 126,127, 128,
130,132,160,164
Clark, E. M. -59, 69, 74
Clay, Lucius -155, 156, 158
Clover, Philip P. -158
Cochran, Thomas -52
Communism -108, 116, 118, 119
Compania Telefonica de Espana
77
Council on Foreign Relations -158,
169
Cowley, Leo T. -153, 154
Crucible Steel Co. -61
Cuno. Dr. -78

D
Daluege -120
DAPAG (Deutsche-Amerikanische
Petroleum A.G.) -75, 76, 101,
128
Davidson, Eugene -103
Davidson, Polk, Wardell, Gardiner &
Reed -77
Dawes, Charles D. -23, 24
Dawes Plan -21, 23, 24, 50, 163
Delbrack, Schickler Bank -55, 108,
111,127
Demag A. G. -57
de Ropp, William S. -117
Deterding, Sir Henri -101, 102, 107
Deutsche-Amerikanische Gesellschaft
(DAG) -132
Dickstein, Congressman -175
Dillon, Read Co. -29, 53, 155, 163
Dodd, William -15, 115, 116, 117,
133, 144,167 .
Dolfuss, Engelbert -103
Domhoff, G. Wm. -13, 169
Douglas, Louis -156, 157, 158
Dow Chemical -30, 34, 36
Draper, William H. -155, 157. 158
Dresdner Bank -126, 127, 128
Dulsberg, Walter -47. 48, 69
Dulles, John Foster -82, 153
DuPont -15. 31, 34
Deterding. Sir Henri -101, 102, 107
Deutsche-Amerikanische Gesellschaft
(DAG) -132
Dickstein, Congressman -175
Dillon, Read Co. -29, 53, 155, 163
Dodd, William -15, 115, 116, 117,
133,144,167
Dolfuss, Engelbert -103
Dolfuss, Maurice -95, 97
Domhoff. G. Wm. -13, 169
Douglas, Louis -156. 157, 158
Dow Chemical -30, 34, 36
Draper, William H. -155, 157, 158
Dresdner Bank -126, 127. 128
Duisberg, Walter -47, 48, 69
Dulles. John Foster -82, 153
DuPont -15, 31, 34

E
Eastman Kodak -82
Edison, Thomas -89
Eichart. Diedrich -92
Eisenhower, Dwight D. -176
Emanuel, Victor -154, 155
Engelbrecht, Dr. -16
Epstein, Julius -176
Equitable Assurance, Berlin -109
Equitable Trust Co. -17
Ernst, Karl -120
Ethyl Corp. -34, 37, 160
Ethyl Export Corp. -74
Ethyl G.m.b.h. -73, 74

F
Fahrenhorst, Walter -57
Farago, Ladislas -117
Farben, I.G., Co. -15,18, 22,23,24,
29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35, 36, 39, 40,
41, 42" 43, 45, 46, 54,59, 67, 68,
70,71,72, 73,74, 93,94,101,107,
108, 109, 110, 111, 113, 114, 122,
123,124, 126,127, 132,135, 144,
145, 146,147, 153, 154,155, 160,
163, 164
Farish, W, S. -18, 74, 75
Faure, Paul -102
Federal Reserve Bank -32, 33, 37,
48, 51, 109, 122, 136, 167, 173
Felton & Guilleaume -78, 132
Ferguson Electric Co. -66
Ferguson, Whitworth -66
Financial Sources of National
Socialism -134, 135, 138, 139,
141
Firth-Sterling Steel Co, -59
First National Bank of Chicago -26
Flechtheim, Julius -55
Flick, Friedrich -57, 126
Focke-Wotfe -77, 79, 83, 84, 165
Ford-Afrique -96
Ford, Edsel -43, 48, 90, 93, 95, 96,
97, 109, 110, 165
Ford, Henry -37, 82, 89, 90, 92, 93,
97, 115, 149, 150, 166
Ford Motor Co. -16, 31, 37, 48, 61,
89, 94, 95, 96, 97, 109, 110, 160,
166
Ford-Werke A,G, -94
Franklin, Rabbi Leo -93
French Ford -95
Fuller, Carlton P. -81

G
Gaethke, Philip -157
Galbraith, John -66
Gardner, Walter -111
Index /215
Geldbronnen van Het Nationaal-
Socialisme, De -See, Financial
Sources of National Socialism
General Aniline & Film -34, 45,
153,154,155
General Aniline Works -34, 45,46
General Cable -61
General Dyestuff Corp. -45, 153,
154,155
General Electric -18,24, 49,50, 51,
52,53,55,61,62,65,66,106, 113,
114, 121,122, 159,163, 164,167
General Motors Corp. .-16, 31, 51,
73, 75, 155, 157, 158, 159, 164
Georgia Warm Springs Foundation
74,109, 121,122, 167
German Atlantic Cable Co. -78
German Electric Equipment Industry
Report -66
German General Electric (A.E.G.)
25,48,50, 51,53, 55,83, 112,114,
122, 126,130
German Potash Trust -107
Gesellschaft fur Electrische
Unternemungen -53
Goebbels, Josef -120, 123, 145
Goering, Hermann -82, 100, 117,
119, 120, 123, 139, 145, 159
Goldschmidt, Jakob -57
Gorki -90
Greaves, Percy -174
Grief, Wilfred -47
Groeninger, Johann -107
Guaranty Trust Co, -106, 136, 137,
138, 139, 140, 144, 147, 150, 166
Guggenheim Family -82

H
Hale, Oron James -99
Hamburg-Amerika Line (HAPAG)
76, 107
Hanfstaengle, Putzi -17, 100, 108,
115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 122,
140, 165
Hanfstaengle, Egon -118
Harriman, E. H. -106
Harriman, E. Roland 103,106. 107
Harriman, W. A. & Co. -78, 102,
103, 106
Harris Forbes & Co. -29
Harvard University -138
Haslam, R. T. -68, 71
Heine, William -115
Heinrich, Emil -83
Helffrich, Emil -76, 128, 132, 160
Hess, Rudolph -14
Himmler, Heinrich -14,57, 68,79,
80,83, 115,116, 122, 123,124,
125, 126, 128, 130, 132
Hitler, Adolph -17, 18,26,28,37,
48, 50, 53, 66, 79, 90, 93, 99, 100,
102, 103, 108, 112, 113, 114, 116,
118,120, 159, 169
Hitler et la Tradition Cathare -14
Hoglund, Peter -156 158
Holy Grail -14
Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking
Corp. -26
Hoover, Calvin B. -158
Hoover, Herbert -26,49, 114, 121,
137,138
House, Col. E. M. -175
House Un-American Activities Com
mittee -43
Howard, F. A. -69, 74
Howard, Graeme K. -156
Hoyt, Allen G. -78
Hull, Cordell -118, 154
Hurll, Peter -69
Huth & Co. -84

I
Ickes, Harold -93, 94
I. G. Chemie -34, 43
1 Paid Hitler -103
1lgner, Max -36, 39, 43, 47, 107,
108,110
Ilgner, Rudolph -39
Illuminati -14
International Acceptance Bank -144
International Bank for Recon
struction & Development -26
International General Electric -52,
53,55, 121,122
International Harvester Co. -15
International Jew, The -93
International Milk Corp. -82
International Telephone & Telegraph
(I.T.T,) -62,63,66,77,78,79,
81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 123, 128, 132,
159,160, 165

K
Kennedy, John F. -176
Keppler, Wilhelm -75, 76, 80. 83,
123, 124, 126, 132, 160
Kettering, C. F. -74
Kilgore Committee -21,22,37,68,
80, 99, 161
Kirdorf, Adolph -99
Kirdorf, Emil -100, 102, 112
Kolko, Gabriel -22, 23
Koppel & Co, -52
Kouwenhoven, H. J. -103, 107
Kranefuss, Fritz -124, 126, 132
Krupp Co. -16, 59, 61, 62, 99
Kuhn, Loeb & Co. -136
Kuttroff, Adolph -47

L
Lamont, T, W. -24
Lasell, Helen P. -169
Laval, Pierre -80, 138
Lee, Ivy -42, 43, 160
Leffingwell, Russell -77
Lend Lease Program -106
Lenin, Vladimir -49, 133, 169
Liebet Eure Feinde' -140, 141
Lindbergh, Charles A. -93
Lindemann. Karl -76, 132
Lippmann, Walter 115
Loehr, Dr. Oskar 39, 40
Long, Breckenridge -96
Lorenz, C., A.G. -81, 83, 84, 128
Ludecke, Kurt --120
Ludendorf, Gen. -102
Ludlum Steel Co. -59, 61
Ludwig, Lowe -53
Lusitania -175
Lyttelton. Capt. Oliver -111

M
MacCormack, Congressman -175
Mager, Dr. Helmut 120, 121
Mamroth, Paul -57
Manhattan. Bank of -122. 145, 172
Manne, Henry -79, 133
Markam. James E. -154
Marshall, Gen. George C. -174
Martin, James Stewart -14, 85, 155
Meer, Fritz Ter -34, 47, 110
Mel.n Kampf 93, 116, 117
Melchoir, Carl -25
Memoirs -133, 141, 166
Memoirs of Herbert Hoover. The
49
Mendelsohn & Co. -137, 139, 145
Mercedes Buromaschinen A.G. -82
Merchant Shipbuilding Corp. -106
Mersey, Lord -175
Messis, Roger -97
Metallgesellschaft A.G. (Metall)
111
Metz, H. A. -47, 110
Meyer, Emil H. -128, 129
Minor, Clark H. -52,55, 59
Mitchell, Charles E. -37, 47, 109,
110
Mix & Genest A.G. -78,81.83,128
Montague, Norman -138
Morgan Bank -160, 166, 175
Morgan, I. P. -24,27,31,51,77 .89,
90, 115, 166, 169, 172, 175
Morgenthau, Henry J. -150, 157,
160
Mowrer, Edgar Ansell -101
Murphy, Robert D. -157
Mutual Life Insurance Co. -106,
158

N
Nathan, Henry -57
National Broadcasting Co. (NBC)
51
National City Bank -29.34,48,51,
78, 133, 150, 163
National Planning Assn. -169
National Recovery Administration
(NRA) -49, 106, 114, 122, 164,
167
Nationale Treuhand (National
Trusteeship) -53,55, 111,127,
128,135
New Deal 14, 57, 107, 114. 120,
121,122. 166,176
New Order -120
New Political Economy. The -50
Newsweek -106
New York Times 53,89.90,92,93,
134, 138, 157
New York Trust Co. -43
Nixon, Richard -168
NSDAP -108
Nuremburg Military Tribunals -13,
48,57,59,110, 111,112, 120,159

O
Opel -31, 158
Operation Keelhaul -176
Oppenheim & Co. -55
Oppenheim, Kurt -34
Oppenheim, Sal -130
Osram Co. -51, 52, 53, 55, 57, 61,
114,121,164
OUDIN -167

P
Patterson -160
Pearl Harbor -174
Perkins, T. N. -24
Petroleum Times -68, 70
Pfeffer, August -57
Pferdmenges, Robert -55, 57, 130
Pferls, Heinrich -57
Phoenix A.G. -57
Project Dustbin -17, 102, 103, 118

Q
Quandt, Gunther -55, 57
Quigley, Carroll -17, 24, 27, 80,
168,169

R
Radio Corp. of America (RCA) -51
Rasche, Karl -127, 132
Rathenau, Walter 50, 55, 57, 66
Reed, James A. -49
Reed, John -115
Reichstag Fire -17, 108, 118, 119,
120, 165
Reichstag Fire Trlal -119
Reidemann, R. A, -69
Reinhardt, Severin -141
Renania Joint Stock Co. -140
Reynolds, Jackson -26
Rieber, Torkild -82
Roberts, Glyn -101, 102
Rockefeller, Avery -81
Rockefeller, John D. -81. 134, 136,
137, 138, 139
Rockefeller Family -30, 42, 67, 81,
133, 160, 164, 174
Rockefeller, Nelson -149, 155
Rockefeller, Percy -81
Roosevelt, Franklin D. -17, 25, 26,
27,49,78, 100, 106,109, 114, 115,
116, 118, 1201, 122, 145, 157, 159,
165,166,167,169, 174
Roosevelt, Teddy -115
Rosecrucian Order -28
Royal Ark Masons -28
Royal Dutch Shell -101, 136, 137,
138
Russell, R. P. -.74

S
Sampson, Anthony -77, 79
Sanders, Alexander G.P.E. -66
Schacht, Hjalmar Horace Greeley
16, 17, 18, 25, 26, 27, 100, 108,
109,115, 120, 124,147, 163,166
Schacht, William -17
Schmidt, Heinrich -127, 132
Schmidt, R. H. -94
Schmitt, Kurt --30
Schmitz, Dietrich A. -47, 153
Schmitz, Hermann -33, 34, 37, 43,
47, 48, 126, 153
Schneider Family -102
Schroder, J. Henry -79
Schroder, J. Henry Banking Corp.
79,81,82,85,123,129, 154
Schroder, Rockefeller & Co. Inc.
81
Schroder, von, Kurt -79,80, 81,83,
85, 99, 122, 123, 124, 126, 128,
129, 130, 141, 155, 165
Schutte, D. C, -103
Seaboard Oil Co. of Ohio -82
Sedgewick, Gen. John -115
Seidel, H. G. -69
Shoup, J. G. -134, 136, 137, 147
Siemens & Halske A. G. -30, 52, 53,
113
Sloan, A, P. -74
Smith, J. T. -74
Smoot, Dan -13
Sonder Konto S -128, 130, 132
Sonderegger, Rene -140, 141, 142,
143, 144,146
South Carolina Shipbuilding & Dry
Docks -82
Soviet Union -42, 95, 106, 107
Spanischer Sommer -140, 141, 145
Standard Electrizitatswerke A.G.
78, 81, 83
Standard Gas & Electric -154
Standard Oil Co. -15, 16, 18, 22,34,
35, 37, 39, 48, 67, 68, 69, 73, 74,
75, 76, 109, 122, 123, 124, 160,
164, 166, 167
Standard Oil Development Co. -69
Stein, J. H. , Bank -79, 80, 123, 129
Steinke, A. -109
Sterling Drug Co. -155
Stinnes, Hugo 99, 100
Strasser, Gregor -139
Suddevtsche Apparate Fabrik
G.m.b.h. -78
Sullivan & Cromwell -82, 153
Swope, Gerard -49, 50, 52, 55, 59,
66,106, 114,121, 122,165, 166
Swope Plan -49, 57

T
Teagle, Walter C. -~, 68, 74, 75,
109,110, 114,122, 164,165
Telefonfabrik Berliner A.G. -78
Texaco -82, 165
Thomas Prosser & Son -59, 61
Thompson, Colin -175
Thule Society -14
Thyssen, August -107
Thyssen, Fritz -25, 26,57,99, 102,
103,106, 112,113,114, 141
Tiarks, F. c. -80
Tragedy & Hope -168
Traylor, Melvin -26
Triplett Electrical Instrument Co.
61
Trotsky, Leon -99, 133, 169
Truman Committee -67
Truman-Smith, Capt. -115
Turner, Capt. -175

U
Underwood, Elliott Fisher -82
Union Banking Corp. -103, 107
Union Pacific Railroad -106
Union Wire Die Corp. -59, 61
U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey -66

V
Vacuum Oil Co. -16, 167
Van Holkema & Warendorf -134,
141
Vereinigte Stahlwerke -24, 25, 29,
30, 31, 57, 107, 126
Vermittlungsstelle W. -40, 41
Versailles, Treaty of -23
Vietnam -173
Voegler, Albert -25, 99, 108, 163
Volkischer Beobachter -100, 116
Von Berenberg-Gossler -78
von Bohlen, Alfred -57
von Bohlen, Krupp -108, 109
von Oppenheim, Eberhard -142
von Oppenheim, Waldemar 130
von Papen, Franz -81, 82, 133, 141,
146,166
von Rath, Walter -55
von Rath, William -43, 47
von Schenck, Otto -69
von Schnitzler, Dr. George -34, 36,
37,42, 108, 113
Vossiche Zeitung -52
VOWI -38

W
Walker, Tommy -137
Wallace, Henry A. -154
Wall Street & FDR -13,49,115,145
Wall Street & The Bolshevik
Revolution -13, 17, 115, 121
Warburg, Felix 134
Warburg, James P. -81, 94, 135,
137,141,142, 143-145,146, 166
Warburg, Max -33,78,94,110,135,
145, 147, 164
Warburg, Paul M. -33, 37,48,109,
110,114, 122, 135, 145, 146, 164
Warburgs 133, 165, 172
Warburg, Sidney -133-148
Warren Commission -168, 176
Watergate -168
Webb, E. W. -73, 74
Weiss, W. E. -47
Wellman, Guy -69
Werner Zimmerman -140, 141, 146
Western Union Telegraph Co. -78
Westinghouse Electric -66
Westrick, Gerhard -81, 82, 83, 84.
122, 165
Whalen, Geo. P. -167
Wilson, Woodrow -175
Winthrop Chemical Co. -34
Wolff, Otto -57
Wysor, R. J. -157

Y
Young, Owen -18.24,25,26,27 ,50,
51, 52, 55, 59, 121, 163, 166
Young Plan -23, 24, 25, 26, 50, 51

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Zdunke, Edward S. -156, 157
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