"Heinrich Ford of Detroit will have 100 per cent moral, support of Adolf Hitler's Deutschen Arbeiterpartei if he runs for President. I wish that I could send some of my shock troops to Chicago and other big American cities to help in the elections. We look on Heinrich Ford as the leader of the growing Fascisti movement in America.
We admire particularly his anti-Jewish policy which is the Bavarian Fascisti platform. We have just had his anti-Jewish articles translated and published. The book is being circulated to millions throughout Germany."
The articles are from Ford's newspaper Dearborn Independent. The two volume set The International Jew has Henry Ford's name and picture on the cover and is available for purchase in every bookstore in southern Germany.
Hitler denies that Ford is providing any funding for the Nazi movement, but he does say that "Heinrich's picture occupies the place of honor in [my] sanctum."
No solid evidence is found for the rumor that Henry Ford finances the Nazi movement, however, just reports and rumors. Given just how similar Henry Ford's anti-Semitism is to that of Adolf Hitler, and just how much influence Ford's views have on Hitler as well as other Nazis, these reports cannot be dismissed as completely implausible.