Patents for Hitler

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Patents for Hitler

By Guenter Reimann
Vanguard, 1942
316 pp. $2.50

An exposé of the close relationship between American and German corporations, particularly in regard to patents and secret processes, which, the author holds, worked to Hitler's advantage by retarding technological advances and thus war production in the United States.

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