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Volkswagen the People's car project under National Socialism families would buy stamps once enough were bought; they could trade in for car. After the war the stamps were honored once production resumed. The bug is the most produced model of any car.

Volkswagen the People's car project under National Socialism families would buy stamps once enough were bought; they could trade in for car. After the war the stamps were honored once production resumed. The bug is the most produced model of any car.

Quadro Fusca

Quadro Fusca

Volkswagen Beetle VW Bug laying on the ground, dropped slammed with a beautiful rusty patina finish

The history of Volkswagen and the VW Beetle's connection to the Nazi regime, is well documented. On the company's website, it details "Volkswagen was originally founded in 1937 by the Nazi trade union, the German Labour Front" at the behest of Hitler himself, to produce an affordable "people's car."  In 1998, The NY Times revealed that when faced with a class-action lawsuit over the use of slave labor during World War II, Volkswagen inaugurated a $12 million fund to compensate surviving…

Nazis examine prototype KdF-Wagens at their public introduction ceremony by the Kraft durch Freude Organization (July The IIIA prefix on the registration plates was that assigned to Stuttgart until

KdF typ 60 Sonnedach. 1938

Third Reich - children in a Volkswagen 1939 - Strength through Joy car

Adolf Hitler makes a speech during a cornerstone-laying ceremony to mark the start of construction of the Volkswagen factory at Fallersleben, June 1938. In the foreground is the prototype Volkswagen car designed by Prof Dr F Porsche and handmade by the Mercedes Benz car factory.

June Adolf Hitler makes a speech during a cornerstone-laying ceremony to mark the start of construction of the Volkswagen factory at Fallersleben. In the foreground is the prototype Volkswagen car designed by Prof Dr F Porsche and handmade by the Me

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