U.S. Intelligence and the Nazis
Cambridge University Press, Apr 4, 2005 - History - 508 pages
At a time when intelligence successes and failures are at the center of public discussion, this book provides an unprecedented inside look at how intelligence agencies function during war and peacetime. As the direct result of the 1998 Nazi War Crimes Disclosure Act, the volume draws upon many documents declassified under this law to reveal what U.S. intelligence agencies learned about Nazi crimes during World War II and about the nature of Nazi intelligence agencies' role in the Holocaust. It examines how some U.S. corporations found ways to profit from Nazi Germany's expropriation of the property of German Jews. The work also reveals startling new details on the Cold War connections between the U.S. government and Hitler's former officers.
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U.S. Intelligence and the Nazis Th is book is a direct result of the 1998 Nazi War Crimes Disclosure Act. Drawing on many documents declassifi ed under this law, the authors demonstrate what U.S ... Read full review