Trading with the Enemy by Charles Higham
the Nazi-American Money Plot 1933-1949

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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.

About Charles Higham

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Charles Higham is the author of such bestsellers as "The Duchess of Windsor"; "Kate: The Life of Katharine Hepburn"; and "Bette: The Life of Bette Davis". With coauthor Ray Moseley, he has written "Elizabeth and Philip: The Untold Story of the Queen of England and Her Prince", and biographies of Cary Grant and Merle Oberon. A former "New York Times" feature writer, Mr. Higham lives in Los Angeles.
Published May 6, 1984 by Barnes & Noble. 277 pages
Genres: History, Business & Economics, War. Non-fiction

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