Capitalism and the Nazi regime

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Banks ' Nazi connections exposed
By Rob Gowland, The Guardian (Socialist Party of Australia), 19 June 1996. Fifty years ago, on February 25, 1946, testimony before the Kilgore Committee of the US Congress that the United States and Britain were preventing the Soviet Union from participating in the search for Nazi assets in neutral countries.
Blood money
By Tim Wheeler, People's Weekly World, 5 April 1997. The story of Nazi Holocaust survivors struggling to regain family assets hidden in Swiss bank accounts.
Bayer and forced labour
Letter to the editor of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette by Philipp Mimkes, 16 November 1998. IG Farben was the only German company in the Third Reich that ran its own concentration camp. At least 30.000 slave workers died in this camp. IG Farben's successors Bayer, BASF and Hoechst still refuse to apologize for their misdeeds.
Deutsche Bank & the Nazis
By Leslie Feinberg, Workers World, 18 February 1999. It's never been a secret that Deutsche Bank was Hitler's lead banker. But on Feb. 4, the bank released documents that revealed for the first time how Deutsche Bank financed much of the construction of the Auschwitz concentration camp.