IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance between Nazi Germany and America's Most Powerful Corporation
More than a million copies in print, in 20 languages, in scores of editions in 190 countries; a New York Times bestseller for 8 weeks.

In the twenty years since its initial publication, despite repeated efforts by allies of IBM to find any errors or lessen the enormity of the historical facts in IBM and the Holocaust, all the research and assertions in the book have withstood the test of time and the scrutiny of historians. That said, for a brief period of time, mainly 2001–2002, a small number of book reviews and articles attempted to attack the work’s credibility. In most cases, these reviews were publicly retracted by the authors with apologies issued by the publications. A select few of these retractions and apologies are shown below.

IBM and the Holocaust is available from Amazon, Amazon-CA, Amazon-UK, B&N, and other fine booksellers worldwide. Investigative journalist and historian Edwin Black is the author of Banking on Baghdad, BP and the Redline Agreement, The Farhud, Financing the Flames, IBM and the Holocaust, Internal Combustion, Nazi Nexus, The Plan, The Transfer Agreement, War Against the Weak, and a 1999 novel, Format C: