“As a longtime [Volkswagon] Bug devotee, I knew the car’s origins, but the depth of Hitler’s involvement in the design detailed here gave me pause. And Patton explains the strange paradox of why Americans were so ready to accept a product from their sworn enemy: VW’s innovative Jewish ad agency, Doyle Dane Bernbach, was willing to sell the cars, so Americans were willing – eager – to buy them.” Eric C. Evarts reviews BUG: The Strange Mutations of the World’s Most Famous Automobile by Phil Patton —Beep Beep! Hitler Lost the War, but His Cute Little Car Conquered the World Anyway (CS Monitor)
Hitler and Herbie? Say it ain’t so!