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Antony Sutton - Wall Street Financed Communism & Nazism
Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development 1930-1968 - DOCUMENTS - Parts 1-3
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Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey , updated on June 15, at am. Then, subsequently, the United States, European nations and Japan, set about to create and then to sustain the Soviet Union, economically, by providing huge transfers of technology and engineering know-how. All of this is. While the American public were literally starving during the Great Depression, and dead broke, having neither income, work, nor pensions, a massive building program was being engineered on the Russian mainland complete with American technology, American Engineering and know-how. Antony C. Sutton explains: "One of the truly great surprises in researching this study was the discovery that the architectural design and supervision of construction of industrial units as well as the supply of equipment and similar assistance was very much an American responsibility.