Berlin Motor Show v.02 DR19360215-S-EN.v02-LH

DR 1936 - Berlin Motor Show v.02
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DR 1936 - Berlin Motor Show v.02DR 1936 - Berlin Motor Show v.02DR 1936 - Berlin Motor Show v.02




The fifth Motor Show held under the Nazi regime, which was opened with impressive ceremonial by Adolf Hitler on February 15th, was something of a gala occasion in Germany. It was combined with the 50th anniversary of the first motor cars, constructed in 1886 by Daimler and Benz, whose firms, first diverging, came together in 1923 to form the illustrious Daimler-Benz Company, makers of the Mercedes-Benz cars which had so enhanced the prestige of the German motor industry. Another important material reason for rejoicing was the return of prosperity to the German motor trade. After the production decline of 1932, automobile sales were rapidly increasing mainly due to improvements in the road network roads but also due to the fact that since 1932 there was no road tax imposed on new cars.  



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