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Activites of I.G. Farbenindustrie AG in the oils industry.
by Economics Division, Decartelization Branch, Control Office, I.G. Farbenindustrie AG, U.S. Zone in [Germany]
Written in English
|Contributions||Germany (Territory under Allied occupation, 1945-1955 : U.S. Zone). Office of Military Government. Economics Division. Decartelization Branch|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||180 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||180|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ermittlungen gegen die I.G. Farbenindustrie AG, September Nördlingen: Greno, © (OCoLC) BERLIN, Aug. 1 -- The report of the I.G. Farbenindustrie for , issued today, is indicative of the role which the German chemical trust plays in the Reich's war economy.
IG Farben was a German chemical and pharmaceutical industry name was taken from Interessen-Gemeinschaft Farbenindustrie AktienGesellschaft (Plc Syndicate [literally, "community of interests"] of dye-making corporations). The company was formed in from a number of major chemical companies that had been working together closely since World War I; as a monopoly . changing its name to the I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, moving its home office from Ludwigshafen to Frankfurt, and merging with the remaining five firms. Farben maintained its influence over both the domestic and foreign markets for chemical products. In the first instance the German explosives industry, dependent on Farben for synthet-.
The Scholven AG factory in Gelsenkirchen was the first to convert hard coal into fuel by hydrogenation. A joint venture of I.G. Farben with mining company Hibernia AG, Scholven reached its full production target of , tons a year in October This success secured I.G. Farben’s domestic predominance in synthetic fuels. Bosch was appointed Managing Director of the Badische Anilin- und Sodafabrik in and in was made Principal of the I.G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, which was created by the merger of the German coal-tar dye works. In Bosch was appointed Chairman of the Board of Directors of the I.G. Farbenindustrie A.G.
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Interessengemeinschaft Farbenindustrie AG (German for ''Dye industry syndicate corporation''), commonly known as IG Farben, was a German chemical and pharmaceutical conglomerate.
Formed in from a merger of six chemical companies— BASF, Bayer, Hoechst, Agfa, Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron, and Chemische Fabrik : Liquidated.
The IG Farbenindustrie chemical concern was the unquestioned leader among industrial firms in utilizing the labor of Auschwitz Concentration Camp prisoners.
As one of the pillars of German economic self-sufficiency since before the war, IG Farbenindustrie enjoyed the full backing of the state authorities when it came to the allotment of credit, raw materials, and labor. American IG owes its genesis to a German business conglomerate, namely, Interessens-Gemeinschaft Farbenindustrie AG, or IG Farben for short.
The business, along with the industrial empire that “IG” controlled and commanded, has been described as “a state within a state.”. Die I.G.-Farbenindustrie-AG. Gottfried Plumpe. Duncker & Humblot, - Chemical industry insights from the chemical industry Ralph Landau, Nathan Rosenberg Snippet Armin Schäfer Limited preview - All Book Search results » Bibliographic information.
Title: Die I.G.-Farbenindustrie-AG Volume 37 of Schriften zur Wirtschafts. Organic chemicals and plastics were based on coke oven chemicals, ethyl alcohol and wood cellulose. It was an industry often connected to international cartels, headed up by I.G.
Farbenindustrie in Germany. The main activities of companies such as DuPont, Monsanto, Union Activites of I.G. Farbenindustrie AG in the oils industry.
book, Dow and Celanese are briefly : Peter H. Spitz. Abstract. This article deals with the Japan strategy of I.G. Farben, a giant German chemical firm which dominated the world market in the inter-war period. 1 In that era, I.G. Farben was a technological as well as organizational leader in the world chemical products market.
For I.G. Farben, Japan was both an opportunity and a challenge: the Japanese market supplied a new business opportunity Cited by: 2. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
Der Farben-konzern, die I.G. Farbenindustrie, a.-g., ihr Aufbau und ihre Entwicklung; Werke - arbeitsgebeite - finanzen Konzern-gesellschaften in SearchWorks catalog. – I.G. Farbenindustrie AG A community of interests has existed between Bayer, BASF and Agfa since In order to regain access to the vital export markets, these and other companies of the German tar dyes industry join together in a larger community of.
industry began in the s and started to ﬂourish in the s and s. Single and intermeshing counter-rotating twin screw extruders began to be widely used in this period, but primarily as pumps. The German I.G. Farbenindustrie carried out a number of programs involving continuous mixing with various intermeshing co-rotating and counter.
Free Online Library: The crimes of I.G. Farben: during WWII, I.G. Farben, a synthetic-fuels manufacturer for the German war machine, was a major supporter of the Nazi regime and a willing co-conspirator in the Holocaust.(HISTORY--PAST AND PERSPECTIVE) by "The New American"; News, opinion and commentary General interest Paint industry Synthetic fuels.
Définitions de i g farben industrie, synonymes, antonymes, dérivés de i g farben industrie, dictionnaire analogique de i g farben industrie (anglais). IG Farben was a German chemical industry name is taken from Interessen-Gemeinschaft Farbenindustrie AktienGesellschaft (Plc Syndicate [literally, "community of interests"] of dye-making corporations).
The company was formed in from a number of major chemical companies that had been working together closely since World War its heyday, IG Farben Fate: Liquidated. 4 th Workshop on Fats and Oils as Renewable Feedstock for the Chemical Industry Karlsruhe, Germany, March 20 – 22, The workshop is organized in cooperation with the German Society for Fat Science, and the Agency of Renewable Resources and is sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Nutrition, Agriculture and Consumer Protection.
Herman Schmitz, chairman of I. Farben, was fired in October after a failed attempt to oust the American board members. (62) The I.G. Farben influence that began in the collaborative arrangement between Bayer and Grasselli in came to an abrupt end following American entry into World War II in December I.G.
FARBEN and the EMERGING CHEMICAL INDUSTRY Interessen-Gemeinschaft Farbenindustrie, AG (I.G. Farben for short) was the fourth largest corporation in the world in the s, after General Motors, U.S. Steel, and Standard Oil of New Jersey. Thus IG. It all started in with a German chemicals company called Hoechst AG The Hoechst AG German chemicals company integral factor (co-founder) of IG Farben inwith the aim of GAINING INDUSTRIAL POWER during and after World War I, and it worked.
InIG Farben turned from an advocacy group into a well-known conglomerate. Up until Stokes Raymond G. “ Von der I.
Farbenindustrie AG bis zur Neugründung der BASF (–).” In Die BASF. Eine Unternehmensgeschichte, edited by Werner Abelshauser, – München: C. Beck,Cited by: IG Farben (short for Interessen-Gemeinschaft Farbenindustrie AG) ("syndicate of dyestuff corporations") (and also called I.G.
Farbenfabriken) was a German conglomerate of companies formed in and even earlier during World War I. Manufacture and regeneration of catalysts at I.G.
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Author: Warren Fred Faragher. I.G. Farben — Hell’s Cartel — was THE pivotal company without whom Hitler could not have implemented his industrialized “scientific” Holocaust.
IG Farben Cartel was the most powerful German corporate cartel in the first half of the 20th century and the single largest profiteer from the Second World War.
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