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Furthermore, U.S. equipment has been shipped in substantial quantifies to Gorki and subsidiary plants since the 1930s — indeed some shipments were made from the United States in 1968 during the Vietnamese War.
… the Ford−Gorki plant has a continuous history of production of armored cars and wheeled vehicles for Soviet army use: those used against the United States in Korea and Vietnam.
In addition to armored cars, the Ford−Gorki factory manufactures a range of truck−mounted weapons. …
in 1964 Gorki produced the first Soviet wire−guided missile antitank system. …
On April 19, 1972, the U.S. Navy photographed a Russian freighter bound for Haiphong with a full load of military cargo … (Human Events, May 13, 1972). Thus the "peaceful trade" of the 1930s, the 1940s, the 1950s, 1960s and the 1970s was used to kill Americans in Vietnam, and commit genocide in Afghanistan.
… Possibly there may have been doubt as to Soviet end−use of truck plants back in the 20s and 30s, but the above information certainly was known to Washington at least by the mid 1960s …
Many major American companies have been prominent in building up the Soviet truck industry. The Ford Motor Company, the A. J. Brandt Company, the Austin Company, General Electric, Swindell−Dressier, and others supplied the technical assistance, design work, and equipment of the original giant plants.
… «The (American) businessmen who built the Soviet Kama River truck plant should be shot as traitors.» — Avraham Shifrin, former Soviet Defense Ministry official.