Henry Ford and the Jews
Dust jacket notes: "As the Nazis began purging German institutions of Jews in the summer of 1937, a New York Times reporter visited Adolf Hitler in his private office in Munich. To the reporter's amazement, a life-sized portrait of Henry Ford hung alongside Hitler's desk. On a nearby table rested a pile of anti-Semitic material - all of it translated from the Dearborn Independent, Henry Ford's personal newspaper. Years later still another reporter discovered a further reason why Hitler admired Henry Ford - several passages from Mein Kampf were almost verbatim quotes from a treatise on the 'Zionist plot' published by Henry Ford's private publishing company. Most American know Henry Ford as the great industrialist who brought mass production and the automobile to the people. He was a Michigan farm boy and populist hero who became the richest man in the world. Few knew Henry Ford as a Jew-hater, as a man who used the full weight of his economic power for decades to discredit Jewry in the U.S. and Europe. Even fewer know about the secret police Henry Ford paid to wiretap, follow, and bribe in order to obain 'evidence' of the 'Wallstreet Jew Plot.' This book not only recounts why Ford felt justified in his hateful beliefs, but what Henry Ford did that contributed to the rise of Hitler."
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