Shell Nazi History

Larry Elmore

Staat en kapitalisme, kapitalisme en fascisme. De fascistische staat… Dit is het boek dat in 1945 snel gesloten werd, uitgezonderd, en dat strekt hun tot eer, door de Amerikanen in hun bezettingszone in Duitsland: OMGUS.

In Nederland wist men niet hoe snel weer te collaboreren met Duitsland, waarbij de Rotterdamse havenbaronnen internationale afspraken aan hun laars lapten. Hardleers dat is wel het minste wat je kunt zeggen over hoe in Nederland wordt omgegaan met het verleden. Vandaar dat ik even aandacht vraag voor de Koninklijke, die na 1917 in zijn rats zat vanwege de revolutie in Rusland. Het koningshuis overigens ook en niet vanwege familiaire banden.

John Donovan


Main photograph (above) and enlargement (left) shows a Swastika flying in WW2 on the flagpole over the main entrance at the HQ of Royal Dutch Petroleum, 30 Carel van Bylandtlaan, in The Hague, Netherlands. Dutch directors of the Royal Dutch Shell Group engaged in anti-Semitic policies against Shell employees and were also guilty of collaboration and appeasement. Jewish employees were instructed to complete a form that for some amounted to a self-declared death warrant. Many did not survive the war. In pre-WW2 years, Shell was led by an ardent Nazi, Sir Henri Deterding, who met directly with Hitler at Berchtesgaden and financed Nazi Germany. Several hundred Shell employees were fanatical Nazis. Shell has threatened legal action in an attempt to deter publication of information contained herein.
The content of this website comes mainly from an EBook by John Donovan.





 1 – The best historians Shell could buy
 2 – News story in February 2015: Shell ship named after a Nazi SS Officer
 3 – Royal Dutch Shell and the Nazis
 4 – Media coverage of Sir Henri Deterding’s death
 5 – The Nazi Funeral of Royal Dutch Shell leader Sir Henri Deterding
 6 – Great friend of the Germans
 7 – “You Can Be Sure of Shell….”
 8 – Royal Dutch Shell Anti-Semitism
 9 – Deterding’s support for Nazi Stormtroopers
10 – Shell support for the Nazis continued after the retirement of Sir Henri as leader
11 – Shell collaborated in the Nazi annexation of Austria and occupation of Czechoslovakia
12 – Shell’s notorious business partner: IG Farben
13 – Royal Dutch Shell and Nazi slave labor
14 – Control of Royal Dutch Shell companies in Nazi-occupied Europe
15 – Nazi connections relating to Shell
16 – Shell historians attempt to distance Deterding from Hitler
17 – Why does it still matter?
18 – Time for a rare public apology from Shell?
20 – Shell cloak and dagger activities
21 – Wikipedia: The sanitization of Shell’s history
22 – Author’s unique connection with Shell
23 – Index of Shell leadership financial support for the Nazis



Deterding’s massive funding for Hitlers Winterhilfswerk (added 2 Aug 2019)

Evidence confirms that Shell fuelled the Nazi war machine: First published on 2021

Shell’s effort to help maintain Hitler’s foreign markets thereby aiding the Nazi Government in its direct war against Britain: added October 2021

Royal Dutch Shell Corporate Collaboration with the Nazis: added Oct 2021

Henry van der Waerden, the Shell executive who defied Deterding and his Nazi ambitions

Shell’s toxic Nazi history catching up with the energy giant

Sir Henri Deterding’s admiration and support for another fascist dictator, Mussolini

Royal Air Force Attack on Gestapo HQ in Shell House Copenhagen

Royal Dutch Shell should apologise for antisemitic conduct and Nazi support

Film of Royal Dutch Shell founder Sir Henri Deterding giving a Nazi salute

No atonement from Royal Dutch Shell for its Nazi history

Robert Finn, another Nazi Director of Shell

No apology or compensation for Shell’s blatant antisemitism that killed many loyal Shell employees when Shell was in bed with the Nazis

Royal Dutch Shell’s blind spot towards anti-Semitism, Fascism and Nazism

Royal Dutch Shell founders meetings with Hitler, strong antiSemitic views and financial support for the Nazis

Sir Henry Deterding: Hitlers Paymaster

Royal Dutch Shell leadership: Bring back Sir Henri Deterding: 1 Feb 2014

Selection of related webpage header images from sister websites

Selection of related webpage header images from our sister websites, also operated by John


Kelling Hall, in Holt, Norfolk, shown above, was one of Deterding’s palatial UK residences. It is located near the Sandringham estate of the British royal family. Built for Sir Henri in 1913, in grounds of 1,600 acres, the property was sold in 2008 by his grandson James Deterding for £25 million (over $37 million USD).


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