IBM was Hitler’s IT Department
CEO, Tom Watson, delivered the Information Age to the Third Reich
Author Edwin Black documents the story
Many well known American-based corporations did a booming business with Adolf Hitler before and during World War II.
IBM prospered by supplying punched card machines, punched card printing services, consulting services and machine maintenance services to keep Hitler’s regime (and concentration camps) highly organized and efficient.
Edwin Black’s 2001 book, “IBM and the Holocaust,” documents Tom Watson’s ardent pursuit of Nazi profits.