Nazi Germany was brought to you in part by:
Hugo Boss – made uniforms for the Hitler Youth, stormtroopers and the SS. Used slave labour from France and Poland.
Bertelsmann – published training manuals for military officers and was the biggest producer of Nazi propaganda. Used Jewish slave labour. Currently owns Random House.
Ford Motor Company – made trucks and Jeeps for both sides, making profits both ways! It gets worse: In the 1920s Henry Ford wrote the “The International Jew”, an anti-Semitic book read by Hitler and other future Nazis when Germany was a broken country. Awards: Henry Ford received the Grand Cross of the German Eagle.
IBM – provided the machines Nazi Germany used to track everything, from oil supplies to Jews. IBM even helped them deal with railway traffic in Poland. Awards: Thomas J. Watson, IBM president, received an Order of the German Eagle medal.
ExxonMobil, Chevron, BP – then known as Standard Oil. It provided Nazis the tetraethyl lead gas they needed to get their planes off the ground!
Rockefeller Foundation – helped pay for studies in scientific racism in Germany that it knew would be used to demonize Jews and others.
Kodak – used slave labour in Germany.
Deutsche Bank – helped to get the money together to build Auschwitz.
Allianz – insured Auschwitz. They paid life insurance benefits of its Jewish customers directly to the Nazis!
Chase – one of the only two American banks opened in France under Nazi occupation (the other was J.P. Morgan). Chase received money from the Nazis knowing it had been stolen from Jews. It froze bank accounts of Jewish customers in Paris before the Nazis even asked them to.
Swiss National Bank - made a killing buying gold the Nazis took from European banks and concentration camp prisoners – while helping Nazi Germany pay for war.
Agfa, Bayer, BASF, Sanofi and Celanese – which contain the parts of what was once I.G. Farben. It used concentration camp prisoners as guinea pigs and slave labour. It made Zyklon B, the poison gas used to carry out the Holocaust. It helped Josef Mengele carry out his sick medical experiments.
Siemens – used slave labour to make gas chambers for the Holocaust. It still sells gas ovens.
Volkswagen – used 15,000 slaves, about 80% of its workforce. It even asked Himmler for slaves from Auschwitz. Made the Volkswagen Beetle and Jeep-like cars, even one that could swim.
BMW – used slave labour. Made aircraft engines.
Daimler – then called Daimler-Benz, made profits from slave labour. Helped to make planes, tanks and submarines.
ThyssenKrupp – then two separate steel companies, Thyssen and Krupp. Both used slave labour. Krupp was a main arms supplier to the Nazi war machine.
General Electric – Brings good things to life – while increasing investments and profits in Nazi Germany during the war.
Coca-Cola – Things go better with Coke – or, in this case, Fanta, which it created for Nazi Germany during the war.
ITT – an American company that made some of the best German fighter planes. It won millions in court for damage done to its German factory by Allied bombing!
Sources: “Mirrors” (2009) by Eduardo Galeano; 11 Companies That Surprisingly Collaborated With the Nazis, but most of this stuff is right there in the Wikipedia.