“In two years Germany will be manufacturing oil and gas enough out of soft coal for a long war. The Standard Oil of New York is furnishing millions of dollars to help.” -Commercial Attaché,
U.S. Embassy in Berlin, Germany, January 1933.
Standard Oil also provided expertise to IG. Farben including the know how to make leaded gasoline. As detailed in an IG Farben memo: “Since the beginning of the war we have been in a position to produce lead tetraethyl solely because, a short time before the outbreak of the war, the Americans had established plants for us ready for production and supplied us with all available experience.
In this manner we did not need to perform the difficult work of development because we could start production right away on the basis of all the experience that the Americans had for years.”
In another IG Farben memo Standard Oil’s assistance in procuring $20 million worth of aviation fuel and lubricants is acknow edged:
“As a further remarkable example of advantageous effect for us of the contract between IG and Standard Oil, the following should be mentioned: in the years 1934 / 1935 our government had the greatest interest in gathering from abroad a stock of especially valuable mineral oil products (in particular, aviation gasoline and aviation lubricating oil), and holding it in reserve to an amount approximately equal to 20 million dollars at market value. The German Government asked IG if it were not possible, on the basis o fits friendly relations with Standard Oil, to buy this amount in Farben’s name; actually, however, as trustee of the German Government. The fact that we actually succeeded by means of the most difficult negotiations in buying the quantity desired by our government from the American Standard Oil Company and the Dutch — English Royal — Dutch — Shell group and in transporting it to Germany, was made possible only through the aid of the Standard Oil Co.”
Standard oil, Rockefeller, and the Bush-Harriman clique, not only provided financial and technological assistance to Hitler, but assisted his war effort and terror campaign to the detriment of the United States (13,36,38).
It is because of this collaboration, that the Bush-HarrimanWalker properties were seized by the U.S. government for violation of the Trading with the Enemy Act (31).
Charges of “criminal conspiracy with the enemy” were also filed against Standard Oil. However, when evidence of collusion was presented by Thurman Arnold, chief of the Antitrust Division of the U.S. government, it was pointed out by Standard that it was also selling oil and fuel to the U.S. Army, Navy, and Air Force. If Standard Oil were punished, America might lose a major share of its oil supply, and might lose the war.
Standard Oil not only threatened the government of the United States, but it had already orchestrated a major oil and gasoline shortage during the Summer of 1941. These artificial shortages were also investigated by the United States Congress.
As summarized by the U.S. National Archives, a “Special Committee to Investigate Gasoline and Fuel-Oil Shortages” commenced hearings on August 28, 1941. “18.89 Fear of impending gasoline scarcity along the Atlantic seaboard gripped the American public during the summer of 1941. Members of Congress were deluged with letters and telegrams from concerned constituents. In August… authorities… sought to quiet public concern. These statements failed to stop the hoarding of gasoline and the deterioration of public confidence.”
“18.90 In response to the confusing situation, the Senate established the Special Committee to Investigate Gasoline and FuelOil Shortages (78A-F31) on August 28, 1941. The committee, chaired by Francis T. Maloney of Connecticut, was to investigate the shortage of fuel in the various States, the methods of delivery, and the means to ensure an adequate supply for national defense without undue hardship to the private sector…. A major focus of the committee was the petroleum distribution system.”
Recalling the terrible gas shortages which were due to a problem in the “petroleum distribution system” the government backed down and Rockefeller and Standard oil escaped punishment. The charges of “criminal conspiracy with the enemy” were dropped. However, Standard Oil did not get off the hook completely. Standard oil agreed to release its patents and pay a modest fine.
Thurman Arnold did not let the matter drop, however. He, along with Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes, provided the documents detailing the collusion between Standard Oil and IG Farben, to Senator Harry Truman, chairman of the Senate Special Committee Investigating the National Defense Program. There followed a series of hearings in March 1942, “In order to disclose the truth about Standard” (13, 39).
After the hearing, the committee chairman, Harry S. Truman, characterized the arrangements between Standard oil and IG Farben as “treasonable.”
Again, however, the entire matter was dropped. Standard Oil again threatened to disrupt the U.S. war effort.
According to Mark Aarons and John Loftus (The Secret War Against the Jews), “There was a reason for Rockefeller’s escape: blackmail. According to the former intelligence officers we interviewed on this point, the blackmail was simple and powerful: The Dulles brothers (John Foster, later Secretary of State, and Allen, later director of the CIA) had one of their clients threaten to interrupt the U.S. oil supply during wartime. Standard executives made it clear that the entire U.S. war effort was fueled by their oil and it could be stopped. . . . The American government had no choice but to go along if it wanted to win the war” (39).
In May of 1942, another aspect of the treasonable relationship maintained between Standard Oil and IG Farben was brought up during testimony before a Patents Committee hearings, chaired by Senator Homer T. Bone. Even after Hitler declared war on the United States, Rockefeller and thus Standard Oil was collaborating with Nazi Germany and seeking to prevent the U.S. from manufacturing explosives and synthetic rubber (40,41,42).
Following the conclusion of the war, Standard Oil’s treasonable behavior was again brought to light by the United States Congress. During congressional hearings conducted before the Truman, Bone, and Kilgore Committees, it was concluded that “Standard Oil” had “seriously imperiled the war preparations of the United States” and that Standard Oil had colluded with IG Farben, to prevent the United States from gaining access to war-related technologies such as the creation of “synthetic rubber.”
As noted, although the most serious charges against Standard Oil were dropped, the U.S. government did seize a number of its patents, under the Trading with the Enemy Act.
However, in July of 1944, Standard Oil, filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government, contesting the seizure of its patents. In November of 1945, Judge Charles E. Wyzanski ruled that the government had been entitled to seize the patents.
Standard Oil appealed. On September 22, 1947, Judge Charles Clark rejected the appeal, concluding that “Standard Oil can be considered an enemy national in view of its relationships with IG. Farben after the United States and Germany had become active enemies” (40).
Rockefeller, of course, was a member of the Brotherhood. Rockefeller was also in business with other Nazi collaborators, including Prescott Bush and the Harrimans.
From 1927 to 1941, the future director of the CIA, Allen Dulles worked as lawyer and international finance specialist for Sullivan & Cromwell, a Wall Street law firm in New York. Dulles performed work for Bush, Harriman, and Rockefeller in setting up business relationships with the Nazis and with top Nazi industrialists, and served as legal counsel for Standard Oil and the Nazi’s IG Farben, who had partnered with the Rockefellers (43).
Allen Dulles played a pivotal role in promoting U.S.-Nazi corporate relations. The Nazis considered Allen Dulles to be “the most influential White House man in Europe” and Dulles had numerous meetings with top ranking members of the SS (6).
In fact both Dulles brothers (John Foster, later Secretary of State, and Allen, later director of the CIA) represented the interests of Bush, Harriman, Rockefeller, and other Nazi collaborators prior to, during and after the ending of the second world war. Whereas Allen served as a spymaster, lawyer and deal maker who brought over a thousand high ranking Nazis into the CIA and found jobs for them in the Republican party and corporate America (43,44), John Foster Dulles was on the board of IG Farben who had partnered with Standard Oil (43).
As was the case with Guaranty Trust, which provided loans to the Nazis and to the Soviet Union, Rockefeller’s Standard Oil was also in business with Hitler’s nemesis: the Soviet Union. By doing business with both fascist regimes, this guaranteed that regardless of who won the war, Standard Oil would profit. The Dulles’ brothers are said to have played a major role in ironing out the Soviet deal.
In 1938, oil was discovered in Saudi Arabia. The king of Saudi Arabia, Ibn Saud, was a supporter of Adolf Hitler. Dulles, acting as a representative of Standard Oil (as well as IG Farben) also played a major role in negotiating and gaining major concessions from Ibn Saud.
As Saudi Prince Bandar explained to PBS Frontline (45):
“America has never been a colonizing power as far as we were concerned. Our relationship with America… started in the 1930s. And when the Americans came to Saudi Arabia, they didn’t come as an invader. They came actually as a private sector, trying to help us find oil. They found the oil for us, and they’ve been our friends ever since.”
The result of these discoveries and negotiations was a joint venture between Standard Oil, Texaco, and Mobil, and the formation of the Arabian-American Oil Company (ARAMCO). King Ibn Saud and his family were promised millions in return, whereas the Arabian people received basically nothing (46).
By 1944, Standard Oil had twice artificially created oil shortages as a means of gaining leverage over the U.S. government. Based on the discoveries made in Saudi Arabia, the Standard oilled cartel successfully lobbied the U.S. Senate, which in turn proposed that the U.S. government should finance the construction of oil pipelines and oil refineries so as to meet future energy needs. With the assistance of the Dulles brothers, this proposal soon became a program to assist Standard oil and ARAMCO in the Persian Gulf.
In February and March of 1944, the “Special Committee Investigating Petroleum Resources” began hammering out the details. As summarized by the United States National Archives: “18.94 In February 1944, the Petroleum Administrator for War, Secretary of Interior Harold Ickes, announced that the Arabian-American Oil Co. would construct a refinery to produce petroleum war products for the Allied Nations, and that the U.S. Government would construct a petroleum pipeline from the Persian Gulf area to the eastern shore of the Mediterranean and would obtain a crude oil petroleum reserve of one billion barrels in the Gulf area.” Because of interests pertaining to “national welfare and security” this Special Committee also agreed to “the disposal of Government-owned pipelines and refineries as surplus properties, tidelands oil, and other issues related to petroleum supplies.”
In other words, after twice being held hostage by Standard Oil, the U.S. government agreed to give “Government-owned pipelines and refineries” to this Standard oil-led cartel, and to fund the creation of new pipelines and refineries in Saudi Arabia.
The U.S. government and the oil cartel headed by Standard Oil, were now in business with the “royal family” of Ibn Saud. Saud and his family began receiving millions of dollars in payments as their reward for selling out so cheaply (46).
Roosevelt, it is said, had been considering bringing charges of treason against Dulles, Bush, and Rockefeller following the conclusion of the second world war. However, Roosevelt’s death put a stop to that. Not only did these traitors get off scott free, but the Dulles brothers also received handsome rewards, Allen becoming the first director the CIA, and John, the Secretary of State.
Nevertheless, although faded by time, and despite the purposeful destruction of incriminating records, the facts remain the same: Prescott Bush, the Harrimans, Rockefellers, the Dulles brothers, and Ibn Saud, had partnered with a terrorist Nazi regime at war with the United States. The Saudi royal family, the Bush family, the Harrimans, Rockefellers, American banks, American Oil, and America’s political elite, went into business with Nazi terrorists who murdered tens of millions of innocent, men, women, and children, including tens of thousands of Americans. They partnered with a terrorist regime that was at war with America for three interrelated reasons: money, oil, and power.
Decades later, after Bush was elected vice-president and then President, he, the Saudi royal family, and the CIA, would provide tens of millions of dollars in support of yet another terrorist organization that would declare war with the United States, this one ostensibly headed by Saudi multi-millionaire, Osama bin Laden.
As we shall see, doing business with gangsters, thugs, and terrorists who preach death to America, and who kill Americans, is a Bush family tradition (4,47).
1). Phenomenology of Spirit; Philosophy of History; Science of Logic; The Philosophy of Right; by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel.
2). The Bondage of the Will; By Faith Alone; by Martin Luther. 3). W. L. Shirer. “The Rise & Fall of the Third Reich.” Fawcett World Library, New York, 1960.
4). John Loftus and Mark Aarons. “The Secret War Against The Jews” St. Martins Press, New York, 1994; Charles Higham, “Trading with the Enemy: An Expose of the Nazi-American Money Plot 1933-1949,” Delacorte Press, 1983; Webster G. Tarpley & Anton Chaitkin, “George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography,” The Executive Intelligence Review.
5). J. Toland. “Adolf Hitler,” Doubleday, New York, 1976
6). Heinz Hohne. The Order of the Death’s Head.” Ballantine, New York. 1967.
7). Adolf Hitler, “Mein Kampf;” Adolf Hitler, “Table Talk.”
8). David MacGregor, “Hegel and Marx After the Fall of Communism, “Demy, 1998; Sowell Thomas, “Marxist Philosophy and Economics,” William Morrow and Company,” New York 1985. In 1843, Marx began work on a line-by-line analysis of Hegel’s “Philosophy of Right” and introduced a synthesis which he described as “dialectical materialism,” the philosophy of communism. In 1948, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels published The Communist Manifesto, in which he applied Hegel’s ideas of thesis and anti-thesis to government and capitalism to arrive at the synthesis of a “conflict-free society;”i.e., communism. Marx believed his idea of a communist society was the fulfillment of Hegel’s ideal, which, according to Marx and Engle, “had been turned upside down on its head.” Marx believed he had put the Hegelian Idea right side up. In Marxist communism, instead of just a few individuals owning all the means of production, and thus all the wealth, all the people would own their own means of production and would share equally in its rewards. “Hegelin contrast to his disciplesdid not parade ignorance, but was one of the finest intellects of all time” -Friedrich Engels, “The Critique of Political Economy.”
9). Tom Rockmore, “On Heidegger’s Nazism and Philosophy,,” University of California Press, 1992. Leonard Peikoff, “The Ominous Parallels,” Second Renaissance, Inc. 1986.
10). Antony Sutton, “Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution,” Arlington House, 1974; Among the banks loaning millions of dollars to the Soviet Union in the early 1900s: J.P. Morgan, Guranty Trust Company (Harriman-Walker), and Rockefeller’s Chase-Manhattan Bank. It is estimated that over $75,000,000 in assistance was provided. In 1912, Mrs. Edward Harriman (Mother of Roland and Averell Harriman) sold 8,000 shares of Guaranty Trust to J.P. Morgan which thus acquired a controlling interest. The Harriman-Walker-Bush and Rockefeller banking clique had their eye on the oil-rich Caspian basin and the Caucuses. With these loans, the Soviet Union was able to purchase oil-related services from companies controlled by this same clique, including Rockefellers Standard Oil which built oil refineries which were financed by the loans provided by Harriman-Bush-Rockefeller banks.
11). The Washington Post, 2/2/1918; John Loftus and Mark Aarons. “The Secret War Against The Jews” St. Martins Press, New York, 1994; Charles Higham, “Trading with the Enemy: An Expose of the Nazi-American Money Plot 1933-1949,” Delacorte Press, 1983; Webster G. Tarpley & Anton Chaitkin, “George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography,” The Executive Intelligence Review; Antony Sutton, “Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution,” Arlington House, 1974; Eustace Mullins, “The World Order,” 1980.
12). Anthony Sutton, “Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler,” Anthony Sutton, “How the Order Creates War & Revolution;” John Loftus and Mark Aarons. “The Secret War Against The Jews” St. Martins Press, New York, 1994; Charles Higham, “Trading with the Enemy: An Expose of the Nazi-American Money Plot 1933-1949,” Delacorte Press, 1983; Christopher Simpson, “The Splendid Blond Beast.”
13). “Senate Special Committee Investigating the National Defense Program,” Senator Harry Truman, chairman, May-August, 1942; NMT, “IG. Farben Case,” Volumes VII and VIII; “Elimination of German Resources,” United States Congress; United States Senate, Patents Committee, Senator Homer T. Bone, Chairman, May, 1942.
14). Edward J., Jr. Renehan, “The Kennedys at War, 1937-1945,” Doubleday, 2002.
15). William E. Dodd, U.S. Ambassador to Germany, 1937, “Ambassador Dodd’s Diary;” see also Court Documents: Hearst vs Gillmor, see paragraph 61: “Promptly after this said visit with Adolf Hitler and the making of said arrangements. . . said plaintiff, William Randolph Hearst, instructed all Hearst press correspondents in Germany, including those of INS [International News Service] to report happenings in Germany only in a friendly’ manner. All of such correspondents reporting happenings in Germany accurately and without friendliness, sympathy and bias for the actions of the then German government, were transferred elsewhere, discharged, or forced to resign.” According to journalist George Seldes: “William Randolph Hearst, Sr., was the lord of all the press lords in the United States. The millions who read the Hearst newspapers and magazines and saw Hearst newsreels in the nation’s moviehouses had their minds poisoned by Hitler propaganda.., Hitler had the support of the most widely circulated magazine in history, ‘Readers Digest,’ as well as nineteen big-city newspapers and one of the three great American news agencies, the $220-million Hearst press empire” (George Seldes, “Even the Gods Can’t Change History”).
16). Karl Meyer, “The Opium War’s Secret History,” New York Times, 6/28/1997; Jack Breeching, “The Chinese Opium Wars,” Harcourt Brace Jovanovich 1975.
17). Anthony Sutton, “America’s Secret Establishment: An introduction to The Order of Skull & Bones” Liberty House, New York. 1986.
18). Ron Rosenbaum, “The Last Secrets of Skull and Bones,” Esquire Magazine, September, 1977; Peggy Alder-Robohm, “Skull and Bones — Bush’s Boy’s Club,” Covert Action Quarterly No. 33, 1990; John Schrag, “Skeleton in His Closet,” Willamette Week, September 1925, 1991; David W. Dunlap, “Yale Society Resists Peeks Into Its Crypt,” New York Times, 11/4/88.
19). Peggy Alder-Robohm, “Skull and Bones — Bush’s Boy’s Club,” Covert Action Quarterly No. 33, 1990; John Schrag, “Skeleton in His Closet,” Willamette Week, September 19-25, 1991.
20). Bensel, Richard F. “Yankee Leviathan: The Origins of Central State Authority in America, 1859-1877,” Cambridge University Press, 1990; Ransom, Roger L. “Conflict and Compromise: The Political Economy of Slavery, Emancipation, and the American Civil War.” New York: Cambridge University Press, 1989; Ransom, Roger L. “The Economic Consequences of the American Civil War.” In The Political Economy of War and Peace, M. Wolfson. Norwell (Ed), Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998; Goldin, Claudia, and Frank Lewis. “The PostBellum Recovery of the South and the Cost of the Civil War: Comment.” Journal of Economic History 38, 487-492, 1978.
21). Michael Fellman, ‘’Inside War.” T. J. Stiles, “Jesse James, Last Rebel of the Civil War,” Knopf, 2002.
22). Ted Flynn, “Hope for the Wicked;” Webster G. Tarpley & Anton Chaitkin, “George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography,” The Executive Intelligence Review. A veritable list of America’s financial elite and powerful have been members of Skull and Bones.
23). Fitzhugh Green, “George Bush: An Intimate Portrait,” Hippocrene Books; Russell S. Bowen (ret. Brigadier General, U. S. Army), “The Immaculate Deception: The Bush Crime Family Exposed,” America West Publishers 1991; Webster G. Tarpley & Anton Chaitkin, “George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography,” The Executive Intelligence Review; Christopher Simpson, “The Splendid Blond Beast.”
24). Webster G. Tarpley & Anton Chaitkin, “George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography,” The Executive Intelligence Review.
25). Walter Isaacson and Evan Thomas, “The Wise Men: Six Friends and the World They Made,” Simon & Schuster, 1986; Christopher Ogden, “Life of the Party: The Biography of Pamela Digby Churchill Hayward Harriman,” Little and Brown and Company 1994
26). William Still “New World Order: The Ancient Plan of Secret
Societies,” Huntington House, 1990; Michael Howard, “The Occult Con-
spiracy: Secret Societies — Their Influence and Power in World His-
tory,” Destiny Books 1989; Bill Cooper, “Behold A Pale Horse.”
27). Trevor Ravenscroft, “Spear of Destiny.”
28). Bill Cooper, “Behold A Pale Horse.” Ron Rosenbaum, “The Last Secrets of Skull and Bones,” Esquire Magazine, September, 1977;
29). Ron Rosenbaum, “The Last Secrets of Skull and Bones,” Esquire Magazine, September, 1977.
30). Fritz Thyssen, “I Paid Hitler.”
31). On Oct. 20, 1942, Under the Trading with the Enemy Act, the
U.S. government ordered the seizure of Nazi German banking operations in New York City which were being directed by Prescott Bush, including the Union Banking Corporation, in which Bush was a director. The U.S. Alien Property Custodian seized Union Banking Corp.’s stock shares, all of which were owned by Prescott Bush, E. Roland, Bunny Harriman, and three Nazis, and two other Bush associates (see Office of Alien Property Custodian Vesting Order No. 248, Vesting Order No. 259, Vesting Order No. 261, Vesting Order No. 370). Vesting Order No. 248 noted that the Union Banking Corporation was run as a front for the “Thyssen family” of “Germany” and designated “Thyssen” as “nationals … of a designated enemy country.” See also testimony of Capt. Frederick C. Mensing, John Schroeder, Paul von Lilienfeld-Toal, “Investigation of Nazi Propaganda Activities and Investigation of Certain Other Propaganda Activities,” Public Hearings before A Subcommittee of the Special Committee on Un-American Activities, United States House of Representatives, Seventy Third Congress, New York City, July 9-12, 1934—Hearings No. 73NY-7, Washington: U.S. Govt. Printing Office, 1934.
32). Members of Skull & Bones in Brown Bros, Harriman: Ray Morris (Class of 1901), Mortimer Seabury (Class of 1909), W.A. Harriman (Class of 1913), E. Roland Harriman (Class of 1917), Prescott Sheldon Bush (Class of 1917), Ellery S. James (Class of 1917),
Knight Wooley (Class of 1917), Robert A. Lovett (Class of 1918). Members of Skull and Bones in Union Banking Corp: E. Roland Harriman (Class of 1917), Prescott Sheldon Bush (Class of 1917), Knight Wooley (Class of 1917), Ellery Sedgewick James (Class of 1917).
33). Walter Isaacson, “My Heritage Is Part Of Who I Am,” Time Magazine, 6/72000.
34). Franz von Papen, “Memoirs,” E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1958, Translated by Brian Connell.
35). New York Times, 9/15/1930, 9/21/1930/ In 1929 the New York Times reported only one brief item on Adolf Hitler. In 1931 it repeatedly ran articles on Hitler most of which presented him in a favorable light.
36). Antony C. Sutton, “Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler,”
37). James P. Warburg’s Sworn Affidavit, New York City, New York, 8/15/1949. However, there is also evidence that the Warburgs were also enthusiastic supporters of Hitler. In a letter dated, March 27, 1933, Max Warburg states that “For the last few years business was considerably better than we had anticipated, but a reaction is making itself felt for some months. We are actually suffering also under the very active propaganda against Germany, caused by some unpleasant circumstances. These occurrences were the natural consequence of the very excited election campaign, but were extraordinarily exaggerated in the foreign press. The Government is firmly resolved to maintain public peace and order in Germany, and I feel perfectly convinced in this respect that there is no cause for any alarm whatsoever.” On March 29, 1933, Max’s son, Erich Warburg, sent a cable to his cousin Frederick M. Warburg, a director of the Harriman railroad system; “use all your influence ‘’ to stop all anti-Nazi activity in America, including “atrocity news and unfriendly propaganda in foreign press, mass meetings, etc.” On March 31, 1933, the American-Jewish Committee, issued a statement asking that “no American boycott against Germany be encouraged.” See John L. Spivak “Wall Street’s Fascist Conspiracy,” New Masses, January 29-February 5, 1934.
38). Leonard and Mark Silk, “The American Establishment;” Carrol Quigley, “Tragedy and Hope;”James F. Hopkins, “A History of the Hemp
Industry in Kentucky,” University of Kentucky Press, 1951; George Seldes, “Facts and Fascism,” In Fact, Inc., 1943; George Seldes, “Even the Gods Can’t Change History: The Facts Speak for Themselves,” Lyle Stuart, Inc., 1976.
39). John Loftus and Mark Aarons. “The Secret War Against The Jews” St. Martins Press, New York, 1994;
40). “Trading with the Enemy,”
41). As detailed in the book, Trading With the Enemy, “John R. Jacobs, Jr., of the Attorney General’s department, testified that Standard had interfered with the American explosives industry by blocking the use of a method of producing synthetic ammonia. As a result of its deals with Farben, the United States had been unable to use this vital process even after Pearl Harbor. Also, the United States had been restricted in techniques of producing hydrogen from natural gas and from obtaining paraflow, a product used for airplane lubrication at high altitudes.” In addition, “Texas oil operator C.R. Starnes appeared to testify that Standard had blocked him at every turn in his efforts to produce synthetic rubber after Pearl Harbor.” This testimony was followed by that of “John
R. Jacobs” who “reappeared in an Army private’s uniform (he had been
inducted the day before) to bring up another disagreeable matter: Stan-
dard had also, in league with Farben, restricted production of methanol,
a wood alcohol that was sometimes used as motor fuel.”
42). NMT, IG. Farben case, Volumes VII and VIII, pp. 1304-1311; “Elimination of German Resources, p. 1085.”
43). Richard Sasuly, “IG Farben.” Joseph Borkin, “The Crime and Punishment of I.G. Farben,” 1978.
44). Christopher Simpson, “Blowback: America’s Recruitment of Nazis and Its Effects On the Cold War,” Wiedenfeld & Nicholson, 1988; Tom Bower, “The paperclip conspiracy : the hunt for the Nazi scientists,” Little, Brown, 1987; Charles R. Allen, Jr. Nazi war criminals in America
: facts—action : the basic handbook,” Highgate House, 1985; Clarence Lasby, “Project Paperclip; German scientists and the Cold War,” Atheneum, 1971.
45). PBS Frontline, Prince Bandar interview, 9/2001.
46). SaÔd K. Aburish, “A Brutal Friendship: The West and the Arab Elite,” St. Martins Press, 1997; Micah L. Sifry and Christopher Cerf, “The Gulf War Reader,” Random House, 1991; A. M. Vasilev, Alexei Vassiliev, “The History of Saudi Arabia,” New York University Press, 2000.
47). Russell S. Bowen (ret. Brigadier General, U. S. Army), “The Immaculate Deception: The Bush Crime Family Exposed,” America West Publishers. 1991; Peter Brewton, “The Mafia, CIA, and George Bush,” Shapolsky Book Pub., 1992.