You may find this interesting. Ford vehicles were produced all over Europe. The Germans took over the factories and just continued production. Robert
Ford at War: Fighting for Both Sides
The Story of a WWII German Ford Army Truck
And this ,
"The interesting fact was that Soviet built ZIS-5 trucks were manufactured under the license of the Ford company, just as those produced by Germany and France (2-ton or 3-ton Ford truck). That fact allowed Germans who were already familiar with those vehicles to use as many as possible."
"At the beginning of WW2, the French Ford factories located at Poissy and Asničres were controlled by the Laffly company. They transformed 1000 Ford trucks in half-tracked trucks (Maultier) and produced spare parts for the Ford trucks captured in Europe."
Some nice pics here. For example,
Oldtimers picture gallery. Trucks. Ford (Germany) (only pre-1945 here).
since 1926 Ford Motor Company AG, Berlin,
since 1931 Ford Motor Company AG, Köln-Niehl,
since 1935 independent from American import,
since 1939 Ford Werke AG, Köln-Niehl.