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

War Against the Weak by Edwin Black

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.

Martin Bormann: Nazi in Exile by Manning P. (Lyle Stuart, Inc, 1981

Psychiatrists: The Men Behind Hitler by Thomas Roeder, Volker Kubillus and Anthony Burwell

THE MEN BEHIND HITLER A German warning to the world by Bernhard Schreiber

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

See: Hitler

U.S. Ties to Nazi Germany by Dave McGowan:
George Seldes Facts and Fascism, In Fact, Inc., 1943
They just don't write them like this anymore. This vitally important work is essential for understanding exactly what fascism is, and what it isn't (all other titles by Seldes are strongly recommended as well).

Ladislas Farago Aftermath, Simon & Schuster, 1974
Notable for being the first book to document the role played by the Pope, the Vatican and various other elements of the Catholic Church in collaborating with Western intelligence services to help Nazi war criminals escape justice.

James and Suzanne Pool  Who Financed Hitler, Dial Press, 1978
This book provides at least some of the answers to the question posed by the title, covering the rise of the Nazi party from 1919-1933 and the political machinations and the funding that brought it to power.

Charles Higham Trading With the Enemy, Delacorte Press, 1983
Documents the complicity of numerous U.S. corporations in trading with and arming Nazi Germany both before and during World War II. [click here to read a recent article from The Nation on this subject]

Charles Higham American Swastika, Doubleday, 1985
Traces the Nazi connections and funding of numerous American pro-fascist and anti-war activists during WWII, including Charles Lindbergh, Father Coughlin, Errol Flynn, and numerous others.

Lenny Lapon Mass Murderers in White Coats, Psychiatric Genocide Research Institute, 1986
Traces the parallels between the psychiatric and eugenics movements in Nazi Germany and the United States from early in the twentieth century through the present day.

Tom Bower The Paperclip Conspiracy, Little, Brown, 1987
One of the essential books on Project Paperclip, the CIA program (actually several parallel programs) that actively recruited Nazi scientists, academics, military and intelligence personnel, and chemical and biological warfare specialists for use as intelligence assets in the U.S. and around the world.

Christopher Simpson  Blowback, Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 1988
Another essential book on the Paperclip project, focusing primarily on the recruitment of fascist émigré groups for use as stay-behind 'anti-communist' guerrilla armies, disseminators of pro-Western propaganda, etc.

Linda Hunt Secret Agenda, St. Martins Press, 1991
Yet another essential book on Project Paperclip - and one that is particularly difficult to find. Hunt reveals that countless Nazis were brought to the U.S. and strategically placed in military installations, universities and private corporations, regardless of their wartime records.

Burton Hersch The Old Boys, Charles Scribner's Son's, 1992
With heavy doses of disinformation, this book traces the origins of the OSS and the Central Intelligence Agency, providing details about the Dulles brothers, Richard Helms, William Donovan, William Bullit, Frank Wisner, William Casey, William Colby, and the rest of the old boy network.

Christopher Simpson The Splendid Blond Beast, Grove Press, 1993
Relates how international law and international finance, which Allen and John Foster Dulles played key roles in crafting, have thwarted efforts to prevent acts of genocide and prosecute war criminals from WWI through the present day.

Martin Lee The Beast Reawakens, Routledge, 2000
Though perhaps inaccurately titled (the beast never actually went to sleep, it just went into hiding), this book provides a wealth of information on the post-war international fascist infrastructure and its connections to Western intelligence services.