what happened to the us between 1939 to 1945?
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I know that America suffered through depression and war between 1939 and 1945. the country also underwent economic recovery and growth. Describe the changes occurring in American society in this 13 years with respect to government, demography, race relations, social classes, and gender norms. Think about how the United States was different in 1945 compared to 1939 in terms of at least three of this categories. Give reasons as why. Include the events and people that contributed to significant changes in American society.
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From selling to all sides from 1933 to 1945 they become the Richest Nation on the Planet
1933 FDR Rockefeller's Prescott Bush Lindbergh Warburg of the chase bank Used JP morgan and Associates to set Up the Hitler Fund this Raised the Money Hitler needed to Contest the 1933 elections that Put Hitler in Power
1933 Ford sets Up Factories in Russia and Germany
1933 ITT GM start to Build Hitler war machine In germany
1938 IBM sets up hitlers census this later was used to Round Up the Jews
1940 Standard Oil IG Farben Texaco set up 40 petrochemical plants in Germany and Occupied countries the Biggest was at Buna In Poland using 83,000 slaves with assistance from Dupont
1943 ITT engineer flies to madrid to give the NAZIS a New Navigation system for the ITT owned Fokker wolfs later this Navigation system was fitted into the V1 and the V2
1941 GM starts to Build the US army's worst tank the Sherman remember they had Been Building Tigers and Panthers since 1933
so the worst the Sherman was the More they needed to make ( Money was the Motivation )
1922, payments by I.G. Farben and General Electric in 1933, followed by the Standard Oil of New Jersey and I.T.T. subsidiary payments to Heinrich Himmler up to 1944. US multi-nationals under the control of Wall Street profited handsomely from Hitler's military construction program in the 1930's and at least until 1942.
Henry Ford was an early (1922) Hitler backer and Edsel Ford continued the family tradition in 1942 by encouraging French Ford to profit from arming the German Wehrmacht. Subsequently, these Ford-produced vehicles were used against American soldiers as they landed in France in 1944. For his early recognition of, and timely assistance to, the Nazis, Henry Ford received a Nazi medal in 1938. The records of French Ford suggest Ford Motor received kid glove treatment from the Nazis after 1940.
in 1939 ITT and GM financed SKF in Gotenburg to ensure that they could Supply all the ball bearing needed to Build hitlers Trucks tanks and aircraft and in 1943 SKF of Philadelphia sent 600,000 units a year Via spain to Germany and Failed to supply the US army more than 23 % of their needs
FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO HITLER:
Feb. 23-Mar. 13, 1933:
(The Hjalmar Schacht account at Delbruck, Schickler Bank)
Political Contributions by Firms (with selected affiliated directors) Amount
Pledged Percent of
Verein fuer die Bergbaulichen Interessen (Kitdorf) $600,000 45.8
I.G. Farbenindustrie (Edsel Ford, C.E. Mitchell, Walter Teagle, Paul Warburg) 400,000
Automobile Exhibition, Berlin (Reichsverbund der Automobilindustrie S.V.) 100,000
A.E.G., German General Electric (Gerard Swope, Owen Young, C.H. Minor, Arthur Baldwin) 60,000
Osram G.m.b.H. (Owen Young) 40,000
Telefunken Gesellsehaft ruer
drahtlose Telegraphic 85,000
(Quandt of A.E.G.) 25,000 Total from industry 1,310,000 99.9 % of what was prommised
Plus Political Contributions by Individual Businessmen:
Karl Hermann 300,000
Director A. Steinke (BUBIAG- Braunkohlen—u. Brikett — Industrie A.G.) 200,000
Dir. Karl Lange (Geschaftsfuhrendes
Vostandsmitglied des Vereins Deutsches Maschinenbau—Anstalten) 50,000
Dr. F. Springorum (Chairman: Eisen-und Stahlwerke Hoesch A.G.) 36,000
The payments to Hitler in this final step on the road to dictatorial Naziism were made through the private bank of Delbruck Sehickler. The Delbruck Schickler Bank was a subsidiary of Metallgesellschaft A.G. ("Metall"), an industrial giant, the largest non-ferrous metal company in Germany, and the dominant influence in the world's nonferrous metal 'trading. The principal shareholders of "Metall" were I.G. Farben a company Owned By standard oil Texaco Rockefeller's and Prescott Bush