OK, it’s Polish historians, not any one Polish company who are making these claims. The Nazi’s killed more Poles than Jews—so there is no love lost between these countries...
Still, my point remains—70 years ago is ancient history in any corporate history.
I sincerely doubt that Schaeffer’s success as a car parts company has anything at all to do with it’s Nazi past. (Whether they should get gov. money from Germany is another issue!)
“I sincerely doubt that Schaeffers success as a car parts company has anything at all to do with its Nazi past.”
Well, except that most of the existing companies grew by the “socialization” of smaller companies (often owned by Jews) by the Nazis.
That said, I agree, it’s irrelevant to today, except as a warning what a socialized General Motors might be able to do under Obama.