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Trading With the Enemy: An exposé of the Nazi-American money plot, 1933-1949 by  Charles Higham - First Edition - 1983 - from RareNonFiction.com and Biblio.com

Trading With the Enemy: An exposé of the Nazi-American money plot, 1933-1949

by Higham, Charles

Condition: Very Good /Very Good


New York: Delacorte Press. Hardcover. 0440090644 277 pages. Bibliography. Index. "Provides a full-scale picture of the American businessmen who dealt with the Nazis right through World War II... A meticulously documented, dispassionately told behind-the-scenes picture of American involvement with the Nazis before, during and after World War II." - from dust jacket. Light wear. Unmarked. Dust jacket preserved in Brodart cover. Very nice copy of this important work. . Very Good. 1983. First Edition.


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