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December 8, 2006
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General Motors, reflecting on the conduct of company chief Alfred P. Sloan during the Nazi era, said it wished it could “hit the rewind button” and change the company’s history. The comments came in the wake of JTA’s four-part special investigation, “Hitler’s Carmaker,” which detailed how GM, under Sloan’s leadership, helped the Third Reich mobilize to conquer Europe through the carmaker’s wholly-owned German subsidiary, Opel.

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