Article from the The Barnes Review, March/April 1999, pp. 27-33.
The Barnes Review, 645 Pennsylvania Ave SE, Suite 100, Washington D.C. 20003, USA.
By John Nugent, freelance writer and NYC estate planner.
Source (with illustrations included):
One of the greatest ripoffs of all time was the theft of German patents after World War II.
It is quite acceptable to American pride to acknowledge that immigrants have contributed to our prosperity and greatness. It’s a little harder to swallow that a good deal of our scientific lead and prosperity – despite the ever-increasing burdens of non-skilled illegal immigrants and unproductive home-growns – has come from simply seizing German patents and inventions after World War I and far more so after World War II.1
There are those who claim the key to America’s felicity has been its Jewish citizens. After all, this is now a „service economy“ of stockbrokers…
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