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The Nazi Propaganda Machine Was Borrowed From Various American Sources  ...
(Pep Rally Coach PUTZI /Ernst "Putzi" Hanfstaeng-- Harvard graduate /Putzi was a Harvard grad who spent his college years pounding out fight songs on an upright piano at football pep rallies.

Hitler's Entire "Master Race" Philosophy Was Inspired By The American Eugenics Movement

Concentration Camps Were Modeled After The U.S. Indian Reservation System

 Anti-Semitic Views Were Inspired By Henry Ford

Hitler Designed His Gas Chambers After America's Practice Of Disinfecting Immigrants

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Image result for martha doddMartha Dodd’s career as a spy had previously been 
detailed in two books on espionage 
(both published 1999):
The Haunted Wood 
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At the end of the war, Dodd, who used her maiden name professionally, published a novel, Sowing the Wind (1945). Based on the life of her former lover and World War I ace Ernst Udet, the novel told the story of his corruption by Nazi ideology.
The postwar years were not kind to the Sterns. In 1953 the House Committee on Un-American Activities subpoenaed the couple to testify; instead they fled to Mexico with their adopted son, Robert. When they were indicted for espionage, they paid a $10,000 bribe to acquire Paraguayan passports and escaped to Prague.
But the Sterns were lonely and unhappy in Czechoslovakia. They struggled with the language and grew disillusioned with communism. When Robert was diagnosed with schizophrenia, Dodd Stern blamed the stresses of exile for his illness. The Sterns spent most of the 1960s living in Cuba, eventually returning to Prague.
In 1979 a federal court cleared the couple of all charges, citing lack of evidence and the deaths of witnesses. But still the Sterns could not return. They had not paid taxes during their decades of exile; the accumulated debt was enormous.
After her husband’s death in 1986, she wrote to friends, “Nowhere could be as lonely for me as it is here.” Martha Dodd Stern, who had described herself in her memoir as “young and reckless,” died in Prague in 1990 at age 82.
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An additional and important reason for Dodd's position was that his main objective 
was to improve relations between Germany and the US. Although the Roosevelt government disapproved of how to treat Jews on behalf of Nazi Germany, the 
USA was not prepared to protest in a concrete way. Roosevelt personally instructed 
Dodd that while he could "unofficially" oppose the anti-Semitism of Nazi Germany, 
he could not dictate formal protests on the issue, since "it is not a governmental matter." Dodd privately presented his views to the German authorities, but never presented formal diplomatic protests about the persecution of the Jews.

RATLINES  Germans in Norway and Scandinavian peninsula

Bundesarchiv Bild 183-B02092, Hanna Reitsch.jpg   Last interview, 1970

Reitsch was interviewed and photographed several times in the 1970s, towards the end of her life, by Jewish-American photo-journalist Ron Laytner. In her closing remarks she is quoted as saying:
And what have we now in Germany? A country of bankers and car-makers. Even our great army has gone soft. Soldiers wear beards and question orders. I am not ashamed to say I believed in National Socialism. I still wear the Iron Cross with diamonds Hitler gave me. But today in all of Germany you can't find a single person who voted Adolf Hitler into power ... Many Germans feel guilty about the war. But they don't explain the real guilt we share – that we lost

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