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All Honorable Men Reviews
Wow! What a BookThe tale this book tells was totally unknown to me. I had no idea. I've studied WWII, but never really came across this tie-in to the Nazis and U S industry. Quite an education. This Forbidden Bookshelf series is now on my reading list. I have read a book in this series before, never realizing the knowledge to be mined here. Now I know.
This is a very interesting book for those who like to read about the WWII. The book is very easy and delightful to read.The author, James Stewart Martin, was the Chief of the Economic Warfare Section of the DoJ charged with investigating Nazi's economic warfare and dismantling the Third Reich industry and activities.It's like reading a detective's work step by step.The book is about the relation and importance between American corporations and the German Industrial complex just before and during the the war. I had read about this relation and also about how the germans prepared in advance for war, but the book gives an amazing detail behind the curtains and how this economic and business relations played out.American transnationals, Swiss banks and insurers and big european steel cartels were all tangled and, believe it or not, deceived by their german counterparts.It is amazing how the germans got very good intel about american shipments and its industrial economy just by using the information from the Swiss insurers about american ships and factories.The book is more than 50 years old and although I do believe that the economic forces play a great deal in every conflict, as the author emphasizes, I think that his warning was kind of wrong. Nonetheless, the historical narrative and evidence is wonderful, and one can really understand that the real power behind Hitler and the Nazis was the german industrial complex, and when the war ended, it was impossible to dethrone these business leaders, in part because of powerful economic interests in both sides of the Atlantic.