IG Farben


Nazi connections to Allopathy



The Insidious IG Farben Story

See: Hitler

I.G. Farben. I.G. Farbenindustrie AG German Industry and the Holocaust    Notwithstanding the presence on the IGF board of several Jewish members, and the fact that even after 1933 Nazi propaganda continued for a time to attack IGF as an example of an international Jewish firm that was exploiting its workers, the contacts between IGF’s management and the government became increasingly close, since the products of the great chemical conglomerate were an indispensable element in the Nazi’s drive to re-arm.
    The Four- Year plan proposed by Hitler in 1936, which intended to put the entire German industry on a war footing, further enhanced IGF’s influence. A member of the board, Carl Krauch, was given a leading position in the organisation, headed by Goering that had the task of implementing the Four – Year Plan. By this time the company was also adapting itself to the regime’s ideological requirements; in 1933 Bosch had still objected – although in vain – to the removal of Jewish scientists from the company and from various scientific institutions, but by 1937 no Jews were left in the IGF executive or on its board of directors.

[2008] Hell's Cartel: IG Farben and the Making of Hitler's War Machine by Diarmuid Jeffreys

The Crime and Punishment of I.G. Farben: The Unholy Alliance Between Hitler and the Great Chemical Combine by Borkin J.New York: Barnes & Noble, 1997.

I.G. Farben - from Anilin to forced labor by Jörg Hunger and Paul Sander

[2002] IBM and the Holocaust, The Strategic Alliance between Nazi Germany and America's Most Powerful Corporation by Edwin Black

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

The Disgraced Managers of IG Farben

Fritz ter Meer (1884-1967) http://www4.dr-rath-foundation.org/PHARMACEUTICAL_BUSINESS/history_of_the_pharmaceutical_industry.htm

Otto Ambros (1901-1990):

Hermann Schmitz (1881-1960)

Fritz Gajewski (1888-1962)

Heinrich Buetefisch (1894-1969)

Friedrich Jaehne (1879-1965)

Carl Krauch (1887-1968)

Carl Wurster (1900-1974)



The Man From I.G. Farben. Acrylic. 40" x 48". 1987.