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German automobile industry: post-war take-off

German automobile industry: post-war take-off

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original title: German automobile industry: post-war take-off

in 1938, a large-scale industrial city was rapidly established on the land of Wolfsburg, which is the headquarters of Volkswagen, Volkswagen (German: Volkswagen), Volks means "national" in German software, and wagen means "car" in German. The full name means "national car", so it is often referred to as "VW"

in 1939, a war that affected the world disrupted the development plan of Volkswagen. The smoke of World War II soon swept across Europe, and the factory changed into a manufacturer of military machinery. This war became a competition of national strength of all countries, as well as common faults. 3: the pendulum position was abnormal, and the strength of the automotive industry of the country became the biggest winner, Germany was punished for waging war. The huge automobile factory was located on the open field, which was bombed by Allied planes in Europe and the United States all day long

1945, when the war in Europe just subsided, most of Germany's influential automobile manufacturers were in the situation of loss and bankruptcy. The country was divided into two countries, East Germany and West Germany, and the economy was on the verge of collapse. In 1948, Volkswagen, which was rebuilt on the ruins, resumed production with the help of pre war design drawings. 20000 beetle cars just entered the market from the assembly line, but they were sold out

the consumer demand suppressed by the war was met in mass production. In 1965, the cumulative sales of beetle cars reached 10million, almost covering the world. As the largest automobile manufacturer in Germany, the assembly line and factory of Daimler Benz automobile company also quickly resumed operation after the war. On the basis of the pre war, it also developed a new car "Benz sl300", which soon became a symbol of reconstruction and revitalization at that time. The once stagnant automobile industry showed new vitality, and the German economy took off again to overcome difficulties such as tight cycle and heavy tasks

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