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Eastman Kodak Company
[PDF] TRADING WITH THE ENEMY: Holocaust Restitution, The United States Government, and American Industry
by Michael J. Bazyler & Amber L. Fitzgerald
June 24, 2003
Company names appearing in this article are:
  • Eastman Kodak Company (USA)
  • Ford Motor Company (USA)
  • IBM (International Business Machines) (USA)
  • J. P. Morgan Chase & Company (USA)
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Kodak's Nazi Connections
by JOHN S. FRIEDMAN
March 26, 2001
In Germany Kodak used slave laborers, according to Fings and Roland Wig of the Milberg Weiss law firm, which has been active in Holocaust-related lawsuits. At Kodak's Stuttgart plant, there were at least eighty slave laborers, and at the Berlin-Kopenick factory there were more than 250 slave laborers.
Company names appearing in this article are:
  • Eastman Kodak Company (USA)
A Fund Is Planned By U.S. Companies For Nazis' Victims
April 29, 2000, Saturday
By JOSEPH KAHN (NYT); Foreign Desk
The New York Times
Several American companies that had factories in Nazi Germany will set up fund under auspices of US Chamber of Commerce to aid people who suffered persecution under Hitler; aim is at least in part to head off lawsuits; Clinton administration has pressed for fund to help aging survivors; Deputy Sec Stuart Eizenstat comments; at least 50 American companies operated factories in Nazi Germany; most were nationalized after 1941, but were returned just after war; some companies received dividends or benefited from forced labor...

Ford, General Motors, Exxon-Mobil and Kodak are among a growing number of American multinationals that say they have found evidence that their subsidiaries used forced labor during those years.
Company names appearing in this article are:
  • Eastman Kodak Company (USA)
  • Exxon Mobil Corporation (USA)
  • Ford Motor Company (USA)
  • General Motors Corporation (USA)
eBay, Inc.
BBC News | UK | Selling a dark past
Nazi auctions: Historical interest or dudious trade?
Friday, 11 August, 2000, 14:40 GMT 15:40 UK
Company names appearing in this article are:
  • Christie's (UK)
  • eBay, Inc.
  • Yahoo! Inc.
Exxon Mobil Corporation
A Fund Is Planned By U.S. Companies For Nazis' Victims
April 29, 2000, Saturday
By JOSEPH KAHN (NYT); Foreign Desk
The New York Times
Several American companies that had factories in Nazi Germany will set up fund under auspices of US Chamber of Commerce to aid people who suffered persecution under Hitler; aim is at least in part to head off lawsuits; Clinton administration has pressed for fund to help aging survivors; Deputy Sec Stuart Eizenstat comments; at least 50 American companies operated factories in Nazi Germany; most were nationalized after 1941, but were returned just after war; some companies received dividends or benefited from forced labor...

Ford, General Motors, Exxon-Mobil and Kodak are among a growing number of American multinationals that say they have found evidence that their subsidiaries used forced labor during those years.
Company names appearing in this article are:
  • Eastman Kodak Company (USA)
  • Exxon Mobil Corporation (USA)
  • Ford Motor Company (USA)
  • General Motors Corporation (USA)

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