SHOCK: Associated Press Worked With The Nazis During WWII Under Ministry Of Propaganda
Hank Berrien, Daily Wire
After the United States entered World War II in December 1941, virtually all American journalists and photo departments left. One prominent photo department stayed and worked with the Nazi regime: The Associated Press.
As German historian Harriet Scharnberg of Halle’s Martin Luther University discovered, the Associated Press photo department remained in Germany, working under the auspices of the Nazi Ministry of Propaganda and employing Germans, including the notorious prominent SS photographer, Franz Roth.
A German researcher and fellow at the University of Vienna’s history department, Norman Domeier, found additional documents showing how complicit AP was with Hitler and the Nazis.
Between 1941 and 1945, while the Nazis sought to exterminate European Jewry, slaughtering six million Jews and five million other people, the Associated Press and the Nazis exchanged tens of thousands of pictures. The Nazis then used them in their propaganda; Hitler even had them regularly delivered to his office.