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Robert Schmidt himself, was not even under the direct control of Ford and was never convicted of any war crimes.
This book presents quite the contrast with A. Scott Berg's apologetic treatment of Lindbergh's Nazi sympathies and nasty anti-semitic views.
Henry Ford, the American manufacturing genius, and Charles Lindbergh, the aviation hero, are the subjects of this book.
the author's animosity against Henry Ford was very obvious in this book. Not a good read.Published 8 months ago by Will R.
Stunning book. Our hero Henry Ford was a Nazi, as was Lindbergh, both given high German awards. Meticulously researched, with ambiguities noted. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Ernest Buckler
Well documented and a methodical discussion of this very interesting subject that is probably unknown to most people. Really a very good readPublished 17 months ago by jv
I knew that Henry Ford was an anti-Semite and Charles Lindbergh was an admirer of Hitler in the 1930's. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Y. Zohar
I am very intrigued with this era of history, Havent finished the book yet.. It started to become a hard read. Just needed a break. But the info you get on FORD... WOWSERS.Published on March 13, 2013 by Roberta Williams
Hitler didn't want us in the Second World War. To keep us out, he enlisted the aid of many powerful Americans.
America loves heroes. Read more
It's hard, especially for Americans it seems, to take off the rose-colored glasses when regarding our so called "heroes". Read morePublished on December 24, 2007 by A Reader
I have not only read "the International Jew" published by Henry Ford. I have also read Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler. Read morePublished on September 18, 2007 by Richard E. Noble
Max Wallace must be given credit for being such an ambitious researcher. Unfortunately, his exhaustive research is ruined by his animus-filled contortions of logic and his... Read morePublished on March 21, 2007 by KnowThy1Self