Published in Spring 1987 Zeiss Historica Journal
Author: Nicholas Grossman
See Page 8 – 9.
The conditions for the German surrender at the end of World War I were quite harsh with regard to military materiel manufacturing. The author chronicles the means by which Zeiss remained a significant designer and manufacturer of military goods by creating the firm of Nedinsco in Venlo, the Netherlands and how World War II caused some changes and issues.
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