Was Hitler funded by big business?

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War, Depression, More War and Popular Music

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The cult of Yehudah has produced most of the major pop song writers of the era from 1920-1960. Much of this was generated by Broadway (Vaudeville, Burlesque, Musicals) and Hollywood (movies / TV).

Edgar Yipsel Harburg (born Isidore Hochberg; April 8, 1896 – March 5, 1981) was an American popular song lyricist and librettist who worked with many well-known composers. He wrote the lyrics to the standards "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?" (with Jay Gorney), "April in Paris", and "It's Only a Paper Moon", as well as all of the songs for the film The Wizard of Oz, including "Over the Rainbow".[1] He was known for the social commentary of his lyrics, as well as his leftist leanings. He championed racial and gender equality and union politics. He also was an ardent critic of religion.


Via Ira Gershwin, Yip hooked up with the composer Jay Gorney and began writing Broadway musicals. The lyric for “Brother, Can You Spare A Dime” was originally written to the tune of a Russian folk song Gorney used in the show “Americana,” and this became the anthem of the Depression, a song both remarkably colloquial and poetic, rooted in the plight of the American everyman who built the railroads and skyscrapers, fought in the army, and was now on the skids, his hand outstretched.

Performed by legendary jazz and ballad crooner Bing Crosby.

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Re: Was Hitler funded by big business?

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