This video says about itself:
15 September 2010
From daily Haaretz in Israel:
Following criticism, the company pulls the Fanta 75th anniversary video.
By Ofer Aderet | Feb. 28, 2015 | 2:34 AM
The company released the video to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the company’s orange soda Fanta, which was developed by Coca Cola in Nazi Germany during the 1940s as an alternative to the company’s cola drink.
“75 years ago, resources for our beloved Coke in Germany were scarce,” the video explained the reasons that lead the company to develop the drink. “To celebrate Fanta, we want to give you the feeling of the good old times back,” the video went on, neglecting to mention that these “good old times” were the days of World War II and the Holocaust, in which millions perished.
Following an uproar on the Internet, the company pulled the video and uploaded an edited version without a reference to the “good old times.” The original video was saved and uploaded to Vimeo.
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This video from the USA says about itself:
1 April 2016
The Associated Press news agency entered a formal cooperation with the Hitler regime in the 1930s, supplying American newspapers with material directly produced and selected by the Nazi propaganda ministry, archive material unearthed by a German historian has revealed.
Revealed: how Associated Press cooperated with the Nazis. German historian shows how news agency retained access in 1930s by promising not to undermine strength of Hitler regime: here.
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