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33) About 95 percent of Germany's total aviation gasoline for the Luftwaffe was provided by the Bergius hydrogenization plants during the war.
Bergius came to the conclusion that his coal hydrogenization process would address this critical requirement.
Farben (who controlled Bergius' hydrogenization process) brought the availability of a German domestic oil alternative to his attention.
Hydrogenization and the FT process both had sufficient time to develop and mature into viable commercial processes, capable of having a national strategic impact.
Just as the Germans supported both the FT and hydrogenization in their quest to replace oil, the US should support multiple solution alternatives.