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I G Farben

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  1. denny

    denny Member

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    I was looking up info about GAF Film, and that led me to Farben. I was surprised to read THIS in (Wikipedia) ...
    ...... "After 1945, three members of the board of governors of American IG were tried and convicted as German war criminals."
    Does anybody know the details of this.?
    Are they saying that, Three American Citizens (business men) employees of Farben were sent to prison.?
    Thank You
     
  2. Owen

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    Just had a quick Google on it.
    It says they were German members of the board.
    CHAPTER TWO: The Empire of I.G. Farben
    Thought I'd look up Max Ilgner, who is mentioned . Max Ilgner - Wikipedia
     

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