By Alfred Donovan and John Donovan
We have previously revealed how Royal Dutch Shell Group and its founder, Sir Henri Deterding, saved the Nazi Party when it was in danger of financial collapse.
After considerable further research, we are now ready to publish extensive information revealing the variety of ways Shell found to provide huge financial support to the most evil regime in history.
We also provide comprehensive information/evidence of how Royal Dutch Shell (and/or its German subsidiary): –
- was arguably indirectly responsible for over 30 million deaths in World War 2
- sold out its own Jewish employees to the Nazis, some of whom did not survive the war
- instructed its employees in the Netherlands to complete a form giving particulars about their descent, which for some, amounted to a self-declared death warrant
- engaged in anti-Semitic policies against Shell employees
- financed the Nazis
- appeased the Nazis
- collaborated with the Nazis
- used slave labor
- conspired directly with Hitler
- got into bed with I.G. Farben, the notorious Nazi run chemical giant that supplied the Zyklon-B gas used during the Holocaust to exterminate millions of people, including children
- continued the partnership with the Nazis in the years after the retirement of Sir Henri as the Chief Executive of the Royal Dutch Shell Group and even after his death
We also explain why these events still matter, despite the decades that have passed. Royal Dutch Shell was driven by greed then, just as it is today, in continuing to trade with another despotic regime in Iran.
All information is supported by independent verifiable evidence from reputable sources.
We will also publish stunning photographs as further evidence of the Royal Dutch Shell/Nazi association.
Today, we will make the draft article, including associated photographs/graphics, accessible to Royal Dutch Shell Plc in advance of publication, so that the company has the opportunity to correct any inaccurate information and supply any comment to be published alongside the article on an unedited basis.