See: Nazi list
See:  Selling technology to the Nazis
"The juxtaposition of all these sources--the new German documents, Justice Department records, the IBM files and eyewitness sources--indicates it was not just trading with the enemy...This is the proof that IBM enabled the Holocaust. The connection to New York is now proven."
Book Review: A Nation Betrayed: The Chilling True Story of Secret Cold War Experiments Performed on our Children and Other Innocent People by Carol Rutz
Linda Hunt Secret Agenda, St. Martins Press, 1991
Yet another essential book on Project Paperclip - and one that is particularly difficult to find - reveals that countless Nazis were brought to the U.S. and placed in military installations, universities, and private corporations, regardless of their wartime records. Dave McGowan
Christopher Simpson Blowback, Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 1988
Another essential book on the Paperclip project, focusing primarily on the recruitment of fascist grroups for use as stay-behind 'anti-communist' guerrilla armies, disseminators of pro-Western propaganda, etc. Dave McGowan
Project Paperclip: Nazi Scientists Who Performed Human Experimentation in the U. S.
Post-World War II Reccruitment of German Scientists--Project Paperclip A staff memorandum from the Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments (possible links between Paperclip scientists and radiation experiments)
CIA use of nazi research contains brief biographies of scientists associated with Project Paperclip
Some Aspects of Anti-Personnel Electromagnetic Weapons Synopsis prepared for the ICRC Symposium The Medical Profession and the Effects of Weapons by David G. Guyatt. Part 1 includes a description of mind control experiments by scientists involved in Project Paperclip. From Parascope.
- Evidence of Dow-Nazi Connection Includes reproduction of U. S. State Department granting former concentration camp supervisor Otto Ambros permission to enter the U.S. for a visit to consult with pharmaceutical companies. Provided by Dr. David Egilman, Brown University
- WR Grace Consultant Otto Ambros memo by Ambros describing problems he was having at Auschwitz. Provided by Dr. David Egilman, Brown University. Page also contains links to other pages by Egilman on Ambros and W. R. Grace Co.
Sunday, January 30, 2011