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Praise for Edwin Black's Research in Nazi Nexus

SIMPLE AND STUNNING. Backed by exhaustive research, Black's case in IBM and the Holocaust is simple and stunning: that IBM facilitated the identification and roundup of millions of Jews during the 12 years of the Third Reich. ... Black's evidence may be the most damning to appear yet against a purported corporate accomplice.
EDWIN BLACK IS A DANGEROUS MAN. Edwin Black is a dangerous man. He tells us things we don't want to hear, like: "The scientific rationales that drove killer doctors at Auschwitz were first concocted on Long Island." His groundbreaking work, War Against the Weak is scary and necessary.
DRAMATIC AND LUCID. Lucid, dramatic and thought-provoking discoveries. Internal Combustion is a story that should be read by everyone concerned about the strange realities of our modern world. An indispensable contribution.
COMPLEX HISTORY MADE COMPELLING. Black of IBM and the Holocaust spins… a sordid tale of conspiracy… This enthralling book, Internal Combustion... is well-researched... manages to keep this complex history compelling.
HISTORICAL JOURNALISM AT ITS BEST. Black has authored an exhaustive, compelling, well-written and edited work. The Transfer Agreement is historical journalism at its best.
CHILLING. CONNECTS THE DOTS. Edwin Black connects the dots masterfully in Nazi Nexus to remind us that Hitler's horrors were as deeply rooted in American board rooms as they were in German war rooms. It's impossible to observe current world events without seeing Nazi Nexus as a chilling cautionary tale.
A BREAKTHROUGH. Edwin Black in Nazi Nexus breaks through a terrible chapter in human history to expose the sad complicity of American corporations in the Holocaust.  Black’s research, investigation and reporting guarantee we CAN learn from the sad mistakes that allowed such atrocities to occur.
A STARTLING READ. U.S. corporate involvement in the horrors of Nazi Germany is a story untold far too long. Black's detailed research into the U.S. companies who contributed materially and philosophically to the rise of Nazi Germany makes Nazi Nexus a startling read, even for those who thought themselves familiar with the history of the era.