Discussion in 'The Third Reich' started by HA96, May 26, 2018.
Volkswagen boss apologises for Nazi gaffe
What an idiot.
Volkswagen Parts Ways With the Historian Who Chronicled Its Nazi Past
If Mr. Grieger remains silent on the circumstances of his departure it can be safely assumed that he received a very large cheque in exchange for his cooperation.
Given the stupidity of recent company statements I wouldn't have been surprised if forced labourers weren't blamed for Dieselgate.
They offered the Dieselgate programmer the Ernst Rohm retirement option.
Nice light little timeline:
1937–1945: Founding of the Company and Integration into the War Economy
I particularly like the Kdf-wagen savings box.
Few more quickly googled:
Think you might need a bigger box now...
You Won’t Believe How Much this 1943 Beetle Costs
Posted photos of it last year.
Bit blurred as I was using my old crappy phone.
REME Museum , Lyneham
Saw this on a prewar cars group. No info given except "1937 Volkswagen Fusca Beetle KdF-Wagen W30 prototype"
This was at the WW2 Weekend in Reading PA
I don't know what is going on here but like the picture. Maybe the VW factory being run by the Brits?
In the 70's, most of the old Beetles here went off-road and, depending on your budget, looking like this or this:
Any German speaker like to translate it?
Being just someone driving a car sometimes, my initial comment is: WOW, what a car!
Some of the very well chosen wording is pretty technical, but give me some time and I can translate the text. May be not in such long sentences though.
Separate names with a comma.