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Historic Books

From the birth of IG Farben to ‘Arbeit Macht Frei’ to ‘Codex Alimentarius’ the development of the ‘business with disease’ followed a carefully planned route. The following historic books clearly document this development.

I.G. Farben / Rockefeller-Cartel

The Crime And Punishment of I.G. Farben
by Joseph Borkin

From 1938 to 1946, Joseph Borkin was the chief of the Patent and Cartel section of the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice in Washington, and was responsible for the wartime investigation and prosecution of the cartels dominated by I. G. Farben.

During the war, he published Germany's Master Plan which led the Associated Press to say: "Joseph Borkin probably knows more about I. G. than anyone outside of it".

Since 1946, Mr Borkin has practised Law in Washington and he has written numerous books and articles. He is chairman of the Federal Bar Association's Committee on Standards and Judicial Behaviour, a lecturer in the Catholic University Law School, and Director of the Drew Pearson Foundation.

Thy Will Be Done
by Gerard Colby and Charlotte Dennett

The Conquest of The Amazon:
Nelson Rockefeller And Evangelism In The Age of Oil

In this triumph of investigative journalism, Colby and Dennett show how Nelson Rockefeller and the largest American missionary organization worked with the U.S. and foreign governments to secure resources and "pacify" indigenous peoples in the name of democracy, corporate profit and religion, resulting in massacres and genocide.

"This is a rich and fascinating book on a significant and heartbreaking subject, the work of American religion, business, politics, and wars in the eradication and mass murder of the native peoples of the Amazon rain forest. Based on eighteen years of research in numerous archives, nearly two hundred interviews, and a bibliograhy twenty pages long, it is probably the definitive study for the region it covers. I know of no other book like it. Clean and moving in its attention to human details, of perpetrators, unwitting collaborators, and victims, it is a powerful argument and story that anyone concerned with might, right, and the innocent should read." — John Womack, Jr., Professor of History, Harvard University

Rockefeller Medicine Men -
Medicine & Capitalism in America
by E. Richard Brown

When Rockefeller Medicine Men was first published in 1979, it proved to be a controversial work. In reviewing histories of medicine from 1962 to 1982, Ronald L. Numbers called it "the most controversial medical history of the past decade".

Part of the controversy generated by the book comes from its social-historical approach to medicine. The growing body of social histories of health-care challenges the "great physician" perspective that for so long has dominated the history of medicine.

In his book, E. Richard Brown describes the political economy of health care, integrating material from a variety of disciplines - economics, sociology, political science, epidemiology, history and social policy

Auschwitz

Auschwitz Chronicle 1939 - 1945
by Danuta Czech

Auschwitz represents the apex of evil; as such, if we can never understand why it existed, we can at least know how. Most documents concerning Auschwitz and its annexes, Birkenau and Monowitz, were destroyed by the Nazis as the Allies advanced at the close of the war, yet much survived to be collected into the archives of the Official Auschwitz Museum, including: more than 3,500 eyewitness accounts by former prisoners; original camp documents that detail transport and admissions lists; written orders from the commandant; orders for laboratory experiments; hundreds of original secret messages - pleas for food and help in escape attempts - smuggled out by prisoners; financial records; building and maintenance files; and information brought out at postwar trials.

Auschwitz Chronicle, a collection of these documents, is a monumental reference that records - day by day, month by month - the events and developments of the concentration camp for its planning in the winter of 1939-40 to its liberation in January 1945: the construction, operation, and eventual destruction of gas chambers and crematoriums; the transports and selections; the infamous medical "experiments"; the visits and inspections by SS leaders, physicians, and the Red Cross; the secret resistance activities; and the all-too-infrequent revolts and escapes.

Danuta Czech is the former head of the research department of the Official Auschwitz Museum where, in 1955, she began the work that culminates in the Auschwitz Chronicle. Born in Poland in 1922, she was an active member of resistance in the Tarnow region during World War II.

Auschwitz: 1270 to the Present
by Debórah Dwork and Robert Jan van Pelt

No symbol of the Holocaust is more profound than Auschwitz. Yet the sheer, erushing number of murders - over 1,200,000 of them - the overwhelming scale of the crime, and the vast, abandoned site of ruined chimneys and rusting barbed wire isolate Auschwitz from us.

How could an ordinary town become a site of such terror? Why was this particular town chosen? Who conceived, ereated, and constructed the camp? This unprecedented history reveals how an unmarkable Polish village was transformed into a killing field. Using architechtural designs and planning documents recently discovered in Poland and Russia and over 200 illustrations, the definitive "Auschwitz: 1270 to the Present" traces the successive stages of how Auschwitz became the focus of a Germanized Poland and the epicenter of the Final Solution.

World War II / Third Reich

Sword and Swastika
by Telford Taylor

As chief of counsel for the prosecution of war criminals at Nuremberg, Brigadier General Telford Taylor had a major part in unraveling the tangled knot of guilt for the launching of the war, and for the concomitant atrocities of the Nazi era.

In his book, Mr. Taylor takes advantage of his profound knowledge of the Third Reich and of the roles of the German officer class, the industry and the Nazis.