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American Fred Koch Helped Build the Nazi’s WWII Refineries. Did His Sons Betray the World?

You be the judge.

Photo by Patrick Hendry on Unsplash

Frederich Chase Koch, was the son of a Dutch printer born in Quanah, TX in 1900. A headstrong child, he once ran away to live with the Comanches for a brief period of time. Unfortunately, he didn’t stay.




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