Photo by Eve Arnold features Harald Quandt (left), George Lincoln Rockwell (middle), Joe Masseria (right)
Eve Arnold claimed that when she took this picture, George Rockwell threatened that he would 'make a bar of soap' out of her because he found the presence of a Jewish woman photojournalist disturbing.
Eve Arnold's statement is typical exaggeration, by using the "bar of soap" response, to sound as offensive as possible, to anyone who is naive enough to believe that Rockwell had actually said something like that, at that very moment, she made herself seem like a heroine with a camera.
Did Rockwell actually believe that he could make soap out of Eve Arnold because "cleanliness is next to godliness" (Acts 9:32-1023).
According to Eve Arnold, that's the best statement she could have made to accompany her photo, which is actually one of "history's greatest shots".. but claiming George actually said that is implying that all nazi's know how to do is make soap out of people, cause they can't do anything else like invent the computer (Konrad Zuse 1941), jet plane (1939 by Heinkel Flugzeugwerke) turbine engines including the ejection seat, the first manned rocket flight in 1945 (unfortunately pilot Lothar Sieber died), Nerve gasses Sarin and Tabun, the first effective automatic rifle, single person anti-tank weapons (precursors to RPGs), Stealth technology (Horten brothers), night fighter aircraft "night vision" devices, the Wankel engine "rotary engine", audio technology using magnetic tape, copying tape recorders, Magnetic tape for the video tape recorder, Management systems for keeping massive and complex development programs, modern sewer treatment facilities, missile technology: ground-to-ground, air-to-air, air-to-ground, ground-to-air, ship-to-ship, etc., using wire guidance, TV guidance, IR guidance (- laser quidance), application of geophones for seismic wave detection used for locating artillery, the "wishbone cannon", the "rail gun", opiate drugs methadone and pethidine, microwave cooking, magnificant architecture, the electron microscope, re-warming techniques and cold-water suits, atomic fission, data-processing technologies, pesticides, Inflatable sex doll (Dr. Rudolf Chargeheimer, a psychiatrist appointed by Himmler to help develop the prototype, wrote that "the purpose and goal of the dolls is to relieve our soldiers so they can fight and not to mingle with 'foreign women"), discovery of the ingesting of fecal bacteria to cure gut problems (Dr Morell used Mutaflor to treat Hitler's foul smelling stools used today as Symbioflor), The Fischer-Tropsch process to produce synthetic fuels from coal, the chemical enhancing of soldiers' ability to fight, propaganda techniques, political manipulation, and of course, the world's first industrial murder complexes.
Western society in general, absorbed as much of the Nazi technology and social control mechanisms as they could lay their grubby little hands on… including Eve Arnold's camera.
In total 300,000 patents and copyrights were expropriated from Germany by the Allies after 1945.
While the Englishman, Farnsworth, gets credit for the invention of a very rudimentary television, it was the Third Reich that perfected television and conducted the first broadcasting.
Third Reich scientists also performed extensive work in the area of occupational carcinogenesis. Physicians documented the health hazards of asbestos, and in 1943 Germany became the first nation to recognize lung cancer and mesothelioma caused by asbestos inhalation as compensable occupational illnesses.
Nazi doctors in line with their campaign for public health were the first to write a major scientific paper linking smoking with lung cancer pioneering what we now call experimental epidemiology: two striking papers -- a 1939 article by Franz H. Müller of Cologne, and a 1943 paper by Eberhard Schairer and Erich Schöniger of Jena -- presented the most convincing demonstrations up to that time that cigarettes were a major cause of lung cancer.
The Autobahn, an idea thought up during the Weimar Republic, brings to light another achievement, the simple will and energy to put unemployed workers to work, doing things that needed to be done, something the Weimar and US government were totally inept at doing.
The initial "invention" of the Third Reich made everything possible for breaking away from the international banking system, which made its money on debt finance. This act was probably the most important event which caused WWII to later occur. In the Thirties the German economy was booming and all sorts of new humane benefits were granted to workers. Elsewhere, deep economic depression was underway, and Roosevelt couldn't get things to move until he went into a war economy mode.
However, Nazi's did not invent the custom-designed, IBM-produced punch cards, sorted by IBM machines leased to the Nazis, which helped organize and manage the initial identification and social expulsion of Jews and others, the confiscation of their property, their ghettoization, their deportation, and, ultimately, even their extermination.
IBM's German subsidiary was Deutsche Hollerith Maschinen Gesellschaft, known by the acronym Dehomag.
One series of punch cards was designed to record religion, national origin, and mother tongue, but by creating special columns and rows for Jew, Polish language, Polish nationality, the fur trade as an occupation, and then Berlin, Nazis could quickly cross-tabulate, at the rate of 25,000 cards per hour, exactly how many Berlin furriers were Jews of Polish extraction.
Railroad cars, which could take two weeks to locate and route, could be swiftly dispatched in just 48 hours by means of a vast network of punch-card machines. Indeed, IBM services coursed through the entire German infrastructure in Europe but whether Eve Arnold actually still believes, after living to be almost 100 years of age, that George Lincoln Rockwell made that statement to her is another story, which has outlived Rockwell himself.