Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Bush Hitler Family Values -- Eugenics of Prescott Bush & George Herbert Walker

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Appendix I [American Dynasty: Aristocracy, Fortune, and the Politics of Deceit in the House of Bush]

The National City Bank-Harriman—Walker Axis:
Interlocking Corporate Directors

To illustrate the interlock, those persons serving each of the nine companies as a director for at least one year between 1916 and 1941 are listed because of these principal institutional associations: From National City Bank, William Rockefeller, Percy Rockefeller, James Stillman, James A. Stillman, Frank Vanderlip: from W. A. Harriman and Company, W. Averell Harriman, E. R. Harriman,
George H. Walker, Prescott Bush; from Remington Arms, Samuel Pryor; from American International Corporation, Matthew Brush. All director/officer data is from various volumes of The Directory of Directors in the City of New York.

NATIONAL CITY BANK (Citicorp)

William Rockefeller

Percy Rockefeller

James Stillman

James A. Stillman

Frank A. Vanderlip
W. A. HARRIMAN AND COMPANY

(ALSO W. A HARRIMAN SECURITIES CORPORATION)


Percy Rockefeller

W. Averril Harriman

E. Roland Harriman

George Herbert Walker

Matthew Brush

Samuel Pryor

AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION

Percy Rockefeller

James Stillman

James A. Stillman

Frank A. Vanderiip

George Herbert Walker

Matthew Brush
James Stillman
REMINGTON ARMS

Percy Rockefeller

Samuel Pryor

Matthew Brush
AMERICAN SHIP AND COMMERCE CORPORATION

(SHIPPING,
HAMBURG-AMERIKA)


W. Averril Harriman

George Herbert Walker

Samuel Pryor
UNION BANKING CORPORATION

(GERMAN-OWNED NEW YORK BANK)


George Herbert Walker

Samuel Pryor

Prescott Bush
GEORGIAN MANGANESE CORPORATION

(SOVIET MINING CONCESSION)


Percy Rockefeller

Samuel Pryor

E. Roland Harriman

Matthew Brush

George Herbert Walker

BARNSDALL CORPORATION
(SOVIET OIL CONCESSION)


George Herbert Walker

Matthew Brush
HARRIMAN FIFTEEN CORPORATION

(HOLDING COMPANY)


W. Averril Harriman

George Herbert Walker

Prescott Bush

Note: Other small companies that have been left out include Harriman Thirty and Silesian-American Corporation. In 1933, after a merger, W. A. Harriman and Company became Brown Brothers Harriman. Prescott Bush was a vice president of W. A. Harriman and Company but not a director; he became a partner in Brown Brothers Harriman.