Hitler and General Motors: The Connection That Led to the Rise of an Automotive Superpower

6/14/2009 06:58:00 PM ·



The economy in the United States has now come to a point that citizens are losing their homes, their jobs, and everything they hold dear. People are making drastic changes to survive and put food on the table for their families. So why, as struggling citizens of this country, should we concern ourselves with a corporate giant that is declaring bankruptcy? In fact, if you knew they had a hand in the murders of six million people, would that make a difference?

In March 1929 General Motors purchased majority shares of the Opel car company (German), taking full control of all operations in 1931. Shortly after, a second plant was built at Brandenburg for the production of ‘Blitz’ light duty trucks. Read More

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