IBM and the Holocaust is the award-winning, New York Times bestselling shocker—with more than a million copies in print 20 languages in 200 editions in 190 countries—detailing IBM's conscious co-planning and co-organizing of the Holocaust for the Nazis, all micromanaged by its president Thomas J Watson directly from New York and later via Paris and other cities. This Expanded Edition offers 37 pages of previously unpublished documents, pictures, internal company correspondence, and other archival materials to produce an even more explosive volume.
Cultural ethicist Faye Lincoln's first book of insight is Values that Shape the World—Ancient Precepts, Modern Concepts. In her work, Lincoln dissects and intersects millennia of history in the context of the Judeo-Christian principles that have driven and continue to drive the evolution and revolution of today’s highly-volatile world. Lincoln is a writer who views Biblical history through her lens of second generation Holocaust experience.
This gripping chronicle documents how American corporate philanthropies launched a national campaign of ethnic cleansing in the United States, helped found and fund the Nazi eugenics of Hitler and Mengele—and then created the modern movement of "human genetics." Some 60,000 Americans were sterilized under laws in 27 states. This expanded edition includes two new essays on state genocide.
America is fighting a major international war, says the author. Yet, the country does not really know it. Moreover, the war is being waged on a multitude of distinct fronts—both internal and external—and the US is wholly unprepared to fight a unified battle.
The long-awaited wrap-up in a single explosive volume that details pivotal American corporate connections to the Holocaust. The biggest names and crimes are all there: IBM and its facilitation of the identification and accelerated destruction of the Jews; General Motors and its rapid motorization of the German military, enabling the conquest of Europe and the capture of Jews everywhere; Ford Motor Company for its political inspiration; the Rockefeller Foundation for its financing of deadly eugenic science and the program that sent Mengele into Auschwitz; the Carnegie Institution for its proliferation of the concept of race science, racial laws, and the very mathematical formula used to brand the Jews for systematic destruction; and others.
The 4,000–year religious, ideological, and historical story of the Jewish nation is brought into stunning clarity by a leading authority on the subject. Required reading in schools across the country, the book has transformed the conversation on the subject of modern Israel and its inseparable connection to the Jewish people. The realm of international law and diplomacy and indeed the aspirations of Jewish people have been impacted by the deep mining of religious, historical and political precepts. Nominated for the National Jewish Book Award.
The Transfer Agreement is Edwin Black's compelling, award-winning story of a negotiated arrangement in 1933 between Zionist organizations and the Nazis to transfer some 50,000 Jews plus and $100 million of their assets, to Jewish Palestine in exchange for stopping the worldwide Jewish-led boycott threatening to topple the Hitler regime in its first year. 25th Anniversary Edition.
Shaken Earth is set in the United States and Central America during the turbulent early 1930s—where the ideology of race and the acquisition of power set the stage for an epic tale where seemingly small decisions lead to explosive consequences.
Mariano and Soledad, a socially prominent couple in Guatemala, try to flee their past just as seismic changes in the world are underfoot. With Adolf Hitler rising to power in Germany, Nazi influence extends as far as the coffee plantations and board rooms of Central America and to the lives of Mariano and Soledad. The couple discover unexpected resources and allies after a shattering volcano eruption. Their lives intertwine with those of an errant priest and a down-on-her-luck writer, all caught in a whirlpool of international intrigue, revolution, and genocide.
This explosive volume pulls the cover off the robust use of US tax-exempt, tax-subsidized, and public monies to foment agitation, systematically destabilize the Israel Defense Forces, and finance terrorists in Israel. In a far-flung investigation in the United States plus Israel and the West Bank, human-rights investigative reporter Edwin Black documents that it is actually highly-politicized human rights organizations and NGOs themselves—all American taxpayer supported—which are financing the flames that make peace in Israel difficult if not impossible.
The Nazis needed oil. The Arabs wanted the Jews and the British out of Palestine and Iraq. The Mufti of Jerusalem forged a far-ranging alliance with Hitler resulting in the June 1941 Farhud, a Nazi-style pogrom in Baghdad that set the stage for the devastation and expulsion of the Iraqi Jews and ultimately almost a million Jews across the Arab world. The Farhud was the beginning of what became a broad Nazi-Arab alliance in the Holocaust.
In this brash and audacious debunking of the myths and manipulation that brought the world to oil addiction, alt fuel expert Marc J. Rauch brilliantly lays out how ethanol can change the planet for the better--and along the way helps us navigate the noise of petroleum advocates.
An explosive, eye-opening exposé of the corporate forces that have for more than a century sabotaged the creation of alternative energies and vehicles in order to keep us dependent on oil. There is enough truth in this book to revolutionize our way of life. Internal Combustion has won four awards for editorial excellence: American Society of Journalists and Authors Best Book, Thomas Edison Award, Green Globes, and AJPA’s Rockower Award.
How did the West get Middle East Oil? This tense chronicle of the international deceit and strong-arm tactics of men, oil companies, and governments is laid out in a revealing minute-to-minute drama. Massive research supports this unforgettable revelation by master of corporate investigation Edwin Black.
The first history of Iraq presented in a global context. Woven through the boardrooms and war rooms of London, Paris, Berlin, Istanbul, Washington, and the other centers that set the agenda for its tragic history, Black has pieced together the corporate hegemony, oil politics, religious extremism, Nazi alliances, and intersecting global upheaval—all with a compelling, contemporary perspective.
This controversial and bitter-pill crisis plan to rescue America once the oil stops was written as a newsbook at the height of the 2008 oil addiction and scarcity crisis to help the world keep functioning. While the numbers have changed since it was released, if the Strait of Hormuz is blocked, or refineries are impacted by weather or terrorism, the detailed escape plan for survival is still as useful today as when it was first released as a companion to the bestselling, award-winning Internal Combustion.
At the turn of the last century, two Millennial fears haunted most people: the sense of Armageddon, and the pending so-called Y2K crisis. Both have been woven together in Edwin Black's only novel, a tense and compelling mystic techno-thriller about the final battle between good and evil fought against the race to fix the Millennium Bug.
Haavara: O Acordo de Transferencia: a Dramatica Historia do Pacto Entre a Palestina Judaica e o Terceiro Reich is the Brazilian Portuguese translation of Edwin Black's groundbreaking The Transfer Agreement.
Edwin Black, author of of the acclaimed New York Times bestselling and award-winning IBM and the Holocaust and the turning-point eugenics bestseller War Against the Weak will release his latest work, Black Victims of Nazi Policy, Before, During, and After the Holocaust. The book now in development, brings together an international team of researchers and years of historical investigation that will shake the conversation and re-write the understandings. Look for it in Q1 of 2022. (Cover shown is a placeholder.)
Mosul. Translated literally: “linking point”; or loosely: “Junction City.”
Cradle of Civilization, Ottoman province. Mapped perforce into the consolation prize nation of Iraq. For a time, the center of ISIS's aspirational "New Caliphate." Mosul has a long and rich history and faces an uncertain future—and Edwin Black illustrates the paths.