7 thoughts on “677 Adolf Hitler – Founder of Israel: Israel in War – With Jews by Hennecke Kardel

  1. Edwin Black Discusses IBM and the Holocaust

    The Auto Channel
    Published on Mar 1, 2012
    Investigative journalist Edwin Black talks about the new expanded edition of his best selling book „IBM and the Holocaust.” The presentation took place on February 26, 2012 at Yeshiva University in Manhattan. More information at http://www.edwinblack.com.

    IBM makes the verichip now RFID chip ….trying do it all over again

    Mr K
    Kind of worried that it’s IBM that is doing the Human Genographic Project…

    Rick Slick
    Many U.S. companies did business with Hitler, including Henry Ford, the Rockefellers etc.

    Dov Struzer

    The US Airforce bombed a Ford factory in Germany, Ford sued and the US paid them.

    minty 178
    Why didn’t the United states authorities intercept this illegal business with IBM?

    The Auto Channel
    For much the same reason (which is unclear) that they didn’t stop Standard Oil, General Motors, and Ford from colluding with the Nazis.


  2. IBM ran the holocaust

    Lonely Man Violine
    Published on Nov 13, 2015
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    1 year ago
    Yes very misleading and biased piece..Germany was only one client of IBM… They served BOTH sides. IBM helped to calculate how many fire bombs would be needed to obliterate & BURN Dresden’s PEOPLE. How does that NOT qualify as a crime against humanity

    Dov Struzer

    David Well
    What group(s) helped the Communists for some 70 years? Hollywood? Mass Media? Major colleges and academics? An interesting story not yet published. Why?

    Ed Kendrick
    What the video proves is that IBM technology allowed Germany to inventory the skills of workers interned in the work camps. There is no proof in this video of use of the IBM techolog for an industrial genocide, thus, the title is misleading.


  3. These 5 Corporations Helped Carry Out the Holocaust | Brainwash Update

    Published on Feb 21, 2014
    Abby Martin highlights the top five companies that aided Nazi Germany during the height of WWII, calling out companies such as Hugo Boss, IBM and Ford.


  4. The Strategic Alliance Between Nazi Germany and America’s Most Powerful Corporation (2001)

    The Film Archives
    Published on May 5, 2015
    In the early 1880s, Herman Hollerith, an employee at the U.S. Census Bureau, conceived of the idea of creating readable cards with standardized perforations, each representing specific individual traits such as gender, nationality, and occupation. About the book:

    The millions of punched cards created for the population counted in the national census could then be sorted on the basis of specific bits of information they contained—thereby providing a quantified portrait of the nation and its citizens.[2] In 1910, the German licensee Willy Heidinger established the Deutsche Hollerith Maschinen Gesellschaft (German Hollerith Machine Corporation), known by the acronym „Dehomag.”[3] The next year, Hollerith sold his American business to industrialist Charles Flint (1850–1934) for $1.41 million ($34 million in 2012 dollars).[4] The counting machine operation was made part of a new conglomerate called the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company (CTR).[4] Flint chose Thomas J. Watson (1874–1956), the star salesman of the National Cash Register Corporation, to head the new operation.[5] The German licensee Dehomag later became a direct subsidiary of the American corporation CTR.[6] In 1924, Watson assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer of CTR and renamed the company International Business Machines (IBM).

    Black details the ongoing business relationship between Watson’s IBM and the emerging German regime headed by Adolf Hitler and his National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP). Hitler came to power in January 1933; on March 20 of that same year he established a concentration camp for political prisoners in the Bavarian town of Dachau, just outside the city of Munich. Repression against political opponents and the country’s substantial ethnic Jewish population began at once. By April 1933, some 60,000 had been imprisoned.[7] Business relations between IBM and the Hitler regime continued uninterrupted in the face of broad international calls for an economic boycott.[8] Indeed, Willy Heidinger, who remained in control of Dehomag, the 90%-owned German subsidiary of IBM, was an enthusiastic supporter of the Hitler regime.[9]

    On April 12, 1933, the German government announced plans to conduct a long-delayed national census.[10] The project was particularly important to the Nazis as a mechanism for the identification of Jews, Gypsies, and other ethnic groups deemed undesirable by the regime. Dehomag offered to assist the German government in its task of ethnic identification, concentrating upon the 41 million residents of Prussia.[11] This activity was not only countenanced by Thomas Watson and IBM in America, Black argues, but was actively encouraged and financially supported, with Watson himself traveling to Germany in October 1933 and the company ramping up its investment in its German subsidiary from 400,000 to 7,000,000 Reichsmark—about $1 million.[12] This injection of American capital allowed Dehomag to purchase land in Berlin and to construct IBM’s first factory in Germany, Black charges, thereby „tooling up for what it correctly saw as a massive financial relationship with the Hitler regime.”[12]

    Black also asserts that a „secret deal” was made between Heidinger and Watson during the latter’s visit to Germany which allowed Dehomag commercial powers outside of Germany, enabling the „now Nazified” company to „circumvent and supplant” various national subsidiaries and licensees by „soliciting and delivering punch card solution technology directly to IBM customers in those territories.”[13] As a result, Nazi Germany soon became the second most important customer of IBM after the lucrative US market, Black notes.[14] The 1933 census, with design help and tabulation services provided by IBM through its German subsidiary, proved to be pivotal to the Nazis in their efforts to identify, isolate, and ultimately destroy the country’s Jewish minority. Machine-tabulated census data greatly expanded the estimated number of Jews in Germany by identifying individuals with only one or a few Jewish ancestors. Previous estimates of 400,000 to 600,000 were abandoned for a new estimate of 2 million Jews in the nation of 65 million.



  5. How Corporate America Supported Nazi Germany: Jacques Pauwels

    Published on Feb 11, 2015

    SetMind InMotion
    Paul Warburg funded IG Farben, which supplied the Nazi war machine and they manufactured synthetic petrol. (In spite of being able to cheaply manufacture synthetic petrol, we still have to buy it from the oil cartel.)

    Wikipedia describes Paul Warburg as „the chief architect of the Federal Reserve Board” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Warburg

    Paul Warburg’s brother Max funded the Bolshevik Revolution along with Jacob Schiff. The same people funded both sides of the conflict. Pauwels must know this information but omits it.

    Johnathan Myers
    The same bankers that funded Hitler funded Soviet Union. Hegelian Dialectic; the Nazi Army trained in the Soviet Union. Think Pro Wrestling, this guy would have us believe it’s real competition. 

    Robert Bricker
    An excellent example of the combination of confused thinking and established facts. That American (and other) companies benefited from operations in Germany during the Nazi era is well established, and (indeed) some worldwide beverage companies managed to work on both sides of the lines even during wartime – itself a fascinating story of how business transcended national politics. But the story that the American ‚Captains of Industry” were uniquely sinister – as is implied throughout this presentation as compared to businessmen, politicians, leaders, and people in general in other countries (and in particular the Soviet Union) is a canard. And the idea that American business leaders ‚preferred’ Hitler to Stalin is contradicted by history – this notion is simply fanciful thinking. Undoubtedly, American businessmen as well as many ultimately anti-Nazi leaders such as Winston Churchill were hopeful regarding Adolf Hitler prior to 1939, and ‚did business’ in a variety of ways with him, particularly notably Joseph Stalin, whose pact with Hitler probably enabled the 2nd WW more than anything else. But to then imply a fundamental, ongoing sympathy and support for Hitler in the USA after our country entered the War is utterly mistaken except for a very, very few cases – so few, in fact, that we can clearly say that the exceptions prove the rule.

    Shepsu Tera Netchebmaa
    All that Hitler ordered was paid for by the American tax payer. The money he got was based on the loans from U.S. Banks. The same time he came into power was the same year the American people were signed on to the social security accounts and made slaves to the U.S bankruptcy. So the American people paid for Hilters war and the rise of Germany. The U.S. Corporation is a Fascist state today in 2015 and has been that way for years. The ignorant blame Capitalism. 


  6. UWAGA! Film istnieje, ale TubeJew wyświetla go… jakby go nie było… 😦

    Banking on Baghdad, Transfer Agreement, IBM & the Holocaust – Edwin Black (2005)

    Way Back
    Published on Mar 24, 2015
    Edwin Black is an American syndicated columnist and journalist. He specializes in human rights, the historical interplay between economics and politics in the Middle East, petroleum policy, the abuses practiced by corporations, and the financial underpinnings of Nazi Germany.

    The Transfer Agreement: The Dramatic Story of the Pact Between the Third Reich and Jewish Palestine is a historic book written by author Edwin Black, documenting the transfer agreement („Haavara Agreement” in Hebrew) between Zionist organizations and Nazi Germany to transfer a number of Jews and their assets to Palestine. This agreement was partly inspired by a global boycott of Germany that had appeared to threaten the Reich.[1] Controversial as it may be seen in hindsight, it marked one of the few rescue of Jews and their assets during the Holocaust.[2]

    This book documents the agreement between Nazi Germany and an organization of German Zionists in 1933 to salvage the smallest amounts of German Jewish assets and the voluntary emigration of German Jews to Palestine before the Third Reich implemented confiscation, expulsion and then extermination. The Transfer Agreement rescued some 60,000 German Jews. A sweeping, worldwide economic boycott of Germany by Jews helped spur a deal between the Nazis and Zionists.[3] At that time, there were few Jews in Palestine, but from 1933 through 1936, 60,000 German Jews immigrated into the region,[4] bringing with them a portion of the assets they once held in Germany.[5]


    IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance between Nazi Germany and America’s Most Powerful Corporation is a book by investigative journalist Edwin Black which details the business dealings of the American-based multinational corporation International Business Machines (IBM) and its German and other European subsidiaries with the government of Adolf Hitler during the 1930s and the years of World War II. In the book, Black outlines the way in which IBM’s technology helped facilitate Nazi genocide through generation and tabulation of punch cards based upon national census data.



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