how much support did the nazi regime recieve during the war years?

I would like to during 1939 to 1945

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
    Best Answer

    I believe this is what you are looking for

    the USA funded Hitler and the NAZIS from 1924 rockefeller gave the NAZIS 32 million up to 1932

    here is a short list of who and when

    if this company had not supplied hitler with ball bearings for the whole of WW2 the war would have ground to a Halt in 1940

    corporate USA and Wall st Financed Hitler In the Belief that he would Go to war with the Bolsheviks

    that is why these people Continued to Finance his Rise to Dictator from 1924 and continue up to 1945

    ITT owned Factory of Fokker Wolf

    In 1933 Prescott Bush Rockefeller and FDR loaned Hitler the Money that put him in power when he won the elections

    On Hitler's birthday in 1939, the Ford Company in germany sent him a gift of 50,000 Marks as a token of its loyalty.

    Ford is actually the only American that Hitler even mentions in his book Mein Kampf.

    By 1941, the Ford Werke plant became one of the largest suppliers of military vehicles to the German Army.

    the Grand Cross of the German Eagle was presented to these Americans from Hitler

    James Mooney, the General Motors executive in charge of European operations also received award. Coincidentally, his firm had also invested very heavily in Germany. In 1929, General Motors had bought up 80% of the German automobile firm of Opel.

    The same award was presented by Herman Göring to the wildly popular (and coincidentally, very wealthy, and highly politically 'connected') American aviation hero, Charles Lindbergh, in October, 1938

    Thomas J. Watson, chairman of IBM, 1937. Watson was also president of the International Chamber of Commerce in 1937;

    Henry Ford was awarded the Grand Cross of the German Eagle on his 75th birthday, 30 July 1938.

    General Olof Thörnell, Supreme Commander of the Swedish Armed Forces, was awarded the Grand Cross of the German Eagle 7 October 1940. so much for Neutrality

    Charles Lindbergh was awarded the Order of the German Eagle with Star 19 October 1938.

    SKF ignored the request to stop selling to Germany in 1943 because they were making to Much money

    here are a few that contributed up to and including 1945

    SKF of Philadelphia

    Standard Oil refuelling U Boats caught by the US coast Guard in 1943

    IG Farben Owned By standard oil which was owned By prescott Bush and the Rockefeller's

    Du Pont who were also working with the Manhattan Project

    IBM helped with the Holocaust

    Coco Cola they developed Fanta in Germany

    Ford Opel in Germany owned and controlled fully by GM




    Standard Gas & Electric

    The International Harvester Company

    Herman Metz, a director of the Bank of Manhattan, controlled by the Warburgs.

    the Rockefeller Chase Bank remained Open in Paris up to 1944 doing Business with the Nazis

    Moreover, American assistance to Nazi war efforts extended into other areas.

    The largest tank producers in Hitler's Germany were General Motors (controlled by the J.P. Morgan firm),Opel a wholly owned subsidiary of Ford built his Trucks up to and including 1945

    the Ford A. G. subsidiary of the Ford Motor Company of Detroit. The Nazis granted tax-exempt status to Opel in 1936, to enable General Motors to expand its production facilities.

    General Motors obligingly reinvested the resulting profits into German industry to make More Money.

    Alcoa and Dow Chemical worked closely with Nazi industry with numerous transfers of their domestic U.S. technology. Bendix Aviation, in which the J.P. Morgan-controlled General Motors firm had a major stock interest, supplied Siemens & Halske A. G. in Germany with data on automatic pilots and aircraft instruments. As late as 1940, in the "unofficial war," Bendix Aviation supplied complete technical data to Robert Bosch for aircraft and diesel engine starters and received royalty payments in return.

    so IBM Texaco Bendix ITT Ford GM Heinz, Colgate, Birds Eye DuPon Dillon, National City Bank, and General Electric Alcoa, and Dow Chemical William Randolph Hearst

    Read & Co. Loan $241,325,000 profit $2.7 million

    Harris, Forbes & Co. Loan 186,500,000 profit 1.4 million

    National City Co. Loan 173,000,000 profit 5.0 million

    Speyer & Co. Loan 59,500,000 profit 0.6 million

    Lee, Higginson & Co Loan. 53,000,000 profit not known

    Guaranty Co. of N.Y. Loan 41,575,000 profit 0.2 million

    Kuhn, Loeb & Co. Loan 37,500,000 profit 0.2 million

    Equitable Trust Co.

    that was $826,400,000 loan to the Nazis that is over 44,000,000,000 at todays rates

    Sosthenes Behn of ITT was a major financier of the Swedish ball bearing firm SKF, which preferentially supplied the Nazis with ball bearings and denied them to the US military.

    yes corporate USA and Wall St used hitler to start WW2 in the Hope that he would Defeat the Communists

  • 8 years ago

    From whom? AFAIK, the National Socialist Party (aka: Nazi) was the democratically elected government of the day. They didn't need "support" - they ran one of the most productive and important industrialised nations in the world. Germany is not some 3rd-world psithole.

  • 8 years ago

    From the US - a lot, especially in the early years. Check Wikipedia for Charles Lindbergh for more details.

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