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Werner von Clemm

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Werner Conrad Clemm von Hohenberg (September 27, 1897 – April 14, 1989) was an American banker born into a German family that married into German nobility, the Nazi Party and prominent American families. His father-in-law was a Vice President of Citibank. In 1922, Werner immigrated to the United States. Prior to this he had served in the German army during World War I. He was a representative of the German international banking firm Hardy & Co. and an employee of the Pioneer Import Corp., which imported materials from Germany and handled his cousin and Nazi diplomat, Joachim von Ribbentrop's champagne business. Along with his twin brother, Karl von Clemm, Werner had become friends with U.S. businessman, William Rhodes Davis. In the United States, Werner became Vice President of Davis' company, Davis & Co., which shipped large quantities of oil to Germany and became a propaganda strategist and financial aide of the America First Committee, which encouraged American isolationism. Wern
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