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DEHOMAGDeutsche Hollerith-Maschinen Gesellschaft mbH
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In 1933, the year Hitler came to power, Dehomag made a profit of one million dollars, and during the early Hitler years the German branch plant paid IBM in the US some 4.
By late 1938 the net worth of Dehomag had doubled from 7.
In's German subsidiary supplied most of that apparatus, while other state-of-the-art technology useful for Blitzkrieg purposes came compliments of IBM via its German branch plant, Dehomag.
Watson went to Germany in 1935 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Dehomag.
With the advent of war, Watson and IBM directed Dehomag though agents in Switzerland and established additional subsidiaries right along with the Nazi conquest of Europe.
Information collected by the Hollerith machines manufactured by DEHOMAG was submitted to police stations and local statistical and registry offices.
Dehomag became a wholly owned subsidiary of IBM in 1947.