BMW expresses ‘profound regret’ for Nazi ties in public apology
Company heads conveyed deep remorse for its part in facilitating the Third Reich’s grip on Germany.
The German auto manufacturer BMW used its 100 year celebration on Monday in Munich as a platform to apologize for its involvement in the Nazi regime on Monday.
The company heads conveyed deep remorse for the part the company played in facilitating the Third Reich’s grip and expressed its decision to proactively confront this “dark chapter of its past,” the Mail Online reported.
“To this day, the enormous suffering this caused and the fate of many forced laborers remains a matter of the most profound regret,” the company stated.
During the Nazi stranglehold of Germany in the 1930s and 1940s, the auto magnate functioned as the regime’s military supplier and forcibly
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