The first detailed and readable account of how German industry threw its weight behind the Third Reich Distinguished original research, clear style and powerful ilustrations
Diarmuid Jeffreys is a writer, journalist and television producer who has made current affairs and documentary programmes for BBC TV, Channel 4 and others, including Newsnight and the Money Programme. He is also the author of The Bureau: Inside the Modern FBI (1996) and Aspirin: The Remarkable Story of a Wonder Drug (2004). He lives with his wife and children near Lewes, East Sussex.
'An unputdownable narrative and forensically gripping investigation' Simon Sebag Montefiore, author of Young Stalin 'Behind the guns is always the money. Diarmud Jeffreys' perfectly detailed vivisection of the I. G. Farben companies during the Nazi era is both sensible and powerful - thus a pleasure to read - and exceptionally compelling' Alan Furst At last, a fresh and vibrant history - free from the taint of perpetrator sponsorship and corporate influence - that brilliantly chronicles the war monster I.G. Farben. Jeffreys's work will be consulted as a must for years to come' Edwin Black, author of Nazi Nexus: America's Corporate Connections to Hitler's Holocaust