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Elimination of German Resources for War:
IG Farben material submitted by the War Department
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Report on the Investigation of IG Farbenindustrie A.G.

PREFACE TO I.G. FARBEN MATERIAL

SUMMARY OF I.G. FARBEN MATERIAL

  1. Farben made Germany self-sufficient in materials which she previously lacked
  2. Farben production was indispensable to the German war effort
  3. Farben was a Nazi agency for world-wide military and economic espionage
  4. Farben was a spearhead of the Nazi psychological and economic warfare programs
  5. Farben was Germany's greatest single source of foreign exchange
  6. Farben's dream of world conquest

CHAPTER I. WHAT I.G. FARBEN IS

  1. Size and capacity
  2. Organization and management
  3. Ownership and control

CHAPTER II. I.G. FARBEN’S WORLD EMPIRE

CHAPTER III. I.G. FARBEN’S ROLE IN ARMING GERMANY FOR THE WAR

  1. Introduction
  2. Union with the Wehrmacht
  3. Expansion for war
  4. Production for war
  5. I.G.’s knowledge of Germany’s intent to wage aggressive war

CHAPTER IV. I.G. FARBEN’S ROLE IN ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL WARFARE

  1. Introduction
  2. Economic warfare through cartel connections
  3. Intelligence services and espionage
  4. Propaganda
  5. Foreign exchange

CHAPTER V. ACQUISITION BY CONQUEST

  1. Introduction
  2. Austria
  3. Czechoslovakia
  4. Poland
  5. France

CHAPTER VI. I.G. FARBEN’S NEW ORDER

CHAPTER VII. I.G’S MILITARY POTENTIAL AT THE CLOSE OF HOSTILITIES

APPENDIXES

Appendix A: External assets owned or controlled directly by I.G. Farben

Appendix B: Material concerning Latin-American firms in which I.G. Farben held participations

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