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Evidence of Shell’s Nazi past from Shell’s paid historians

Photograph shows Swastika flag flying at the head office of Royal Dutch Petroleum, 30 Carel van Bylandtlaan , The Hague, during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands in World War II (From Image Database Hague Municipal)

By John Donovan

In a matter of days we will publish on the Internet all of the pages from “A History of Royal Dutch Shell” relating to Shell’s close relationship with Hitler and the Nazi Party. This is the official account by eminent historians associated with Utrecht University who were given unrestricted access to Royal Dutch Shell archives. The project was supervised by the Research Institute for History and Culture.

The entire 4 volume history costs £140 (over $200). We will make this important part of the information and associated evidence available free of charge because we believe that Shell’s close association with Hitler and the Nazi is not widely known, as it should be. Basically, Shell saved the Nazi Party when it was in danger of financial collapse. The public and investors should be aware of Shell’s Nazi past. Some may wish to boycott Shell on these grounds alone.

We have stated that Shell pumped funds into the Nazi Party, was anti-Semitic and sold out its own Dutch Jewish employees to the Nazis. Shell continued the partnership with the Nazis in the years after the retirement of Royal Dutch Shell founder Sir Henri Deterding, who was infatuated with Adolf Hitler.

The information and evidence, including stunning historical photographs and colorful graphics provide confirmation of these events that stain the name of Royal Dutch Shell for all time, bearing in mind that Shell was arguably indirectly responsible for over 30 million deaths in World War 2.

Royal Dutch Shell was driven by unscrupulous greed then, just as in more recent times, continuing to trade with despotic regimes in Iran, Nigeria, and Libya.

We are providing advance notice of this unauthorized publication so that Shell lawyers have the opportunity to seek an injunction blocking publication.

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