Collection of reports about the De-Nazification of German and other business interests at the end of World War II, by a Special Attorney to the Justice Department (Economic Warfare Section), Alexander Sacks. World War II, Alexander Sacks.
Collection of reports about the De-Nazification of German and other business interests at the end of World War II, by a Special Attorney to the Justice Department (Economic Warfare Section), Alexander Sacks.
Collection of reports about the De-Nazification of German and other business interests at the end of World War II, by a Special Attorney to the Justice Department (Economic Warfare Section), Alexander Sacks.
Collection of reports about the De-Nazification of German and other business interests at the end of World War II, by a Special Attorney to the Justice Department (Economic Warfare Section), Alexander Sacks.
Collection of reports about the De-Nazification of German and other business interests at the end of World War II, by a Special Attorney to the Justice Department (Economic Warfare Section), Alexander Sacks.
Collection of reports about the De-Nazification of German and other business interests at the end of World War II, by a Special Attorney to the Justice Department (Economic Warfare Section), Alexander Sacks.
Collection of reports about the De-Nazification of German and other business interests at the end of World War II, by a Special Attorney to the Justice Department (Economic Warfare Section), Alexander Sacks.
Collection of reports about the De-Nazification of German and other business interests at the end of World War II, by a Special Attorney to the Justice Department (Economic Warfare Section), Alexander Sacks.
Collection of reports about the De-Nazification of German and other business interests at the end of World War II, by a Special Attorney to the Justice Department (Economic Warfare Section), Alexander Sacks.
Collection of reports about the De-Nazification of German and other business interests at the end of World War II, by a Special Attorney to the Justice Department (Economic Warfare Section), Alexander Sacks.

Collection of reports about the De-Nazification of German and other business interests at the end of World War II, by a Special Attorney to the Justice Department (Economic Warfare Section), Alexander Sacks.

Washington DC. Hardcover. Three items pertaining to investigations into assets and business interests of the Nazi party at the end of World War II, including:

I. FIRST ITEM: A PRIVATE BINDER of confidential reports and memoranda submitted by Alexander Sacks pertaining to 5 different topics:
1. A cover memorandum addressed to J. Edgar Hoover, Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation (dated March 21, 1946) and a Department of Justice Antitrust Division, confidential memorandum on the subject of an investigation into the fixing of interest rates by the 'National Sales Finance Plan', which was a syndicate of US commercial banks organized to engage in installment financing of consumer goods (carbon copy), 60pp; with an apparently unrelated memorandum prepared by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, marked 'Restricted", titled 'France, Money and Banking, Addendum I -- September 1944, with a subtitle "Nazi Economic Exploitation of France", 21pp.
2. A Department of Justice War Division Economic Warfare Section report "On the Organization and Activities of the Quebracho Industry", dated September 10, 1943; quebracho extract is a leather tanning agent which was essential during the war for the tanning of leather goods for the armed forces; 32pp
3. A confidential report from the Economic Warfare Section titled "Report on "Voici" - a U. S. - French Publication, dated May 25, 1943; Voici was a French publication serving "as a rallying point in the United States for persons of pro-Vichy sentiment"; 11pp
4. A confidential memorandum titled "The Proposed Dutch Government Loan", dated September 28, 1944, concerning a one million dollar line of credit to be made available for the purchase of commodities and machinery needed for post war reconstruction of Holland; 5pp.
5. Office Memorandum by Oliver Sacks titled "Some Aspects of the German Problem", dated October 7, 1946. Sacks discusses ongoing efforts to assure that Germany cannot reemerge as an aggressor, provides a list of "protective measures", discusses significant obstacles to the success of the endeavor, and concludes with the concern that we may "find that we have not won a victory but have been lured into a truce with an enemy which may again try to take our measure"; 10pp. The other two items in this collection are: a volume titled "Elimination of German Resources for War, Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Military Affairs, United States Senate, Seventy Ninth Congress, First Session, Pursuant to S. Res. 107 (78th Congress) and S. Res. 146 (79th Congress) Authorizing a Study of War Mobilization Problems, Parts 1 through 11; and a volume in paper wraps titled 'Military Government Guide, Dissolution of the Nazi Party and its Affiliated Organizations, De-Nazification of Important Business Concerns in Germany, War Department, March 1945 (War Dept Pamphlet No 31-110A). First item: Private binder repaired with black tape at front board; internally, very good.

II. SECOND ITEM: 'Elimination of German Resources..' 8vo, 1627pp. Plum cloth with leather label at spine "Alexander Sacks"; covers slt rubbed, internally newspaper articles loosely inserted.

III. THIRD ITEM: 'The War Department Pamphlet No. 31-110A': Slim 8vo, 193pp. Off white paper wraps, title in black at front cover, no title at green cloth spine. Covers slt dusty, ruffled, signs of tape repair to green spine; internally very good. Very good overall. Item #16068

Price: $550.00

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