Daimler-Benz (Q541477)

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1926-1998 automotive and engine manufacturer in Germany
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Daimler-Benz
1926-1998 automotive and engine manufacturer in Germany

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    30 December 1987
    21 December 1998
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    28 June 1925Gregorian
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    June 1926Gregorian
    July 1942
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    August 1942
    January 1952
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    April 1952
    January 1953
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    February 1953
    December 1960
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    February 1961
    February 1966
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    1971
    December 1979
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    January 1980
    October 1983
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    December 1983
    August 1987
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    September 1987
    May 1995
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    May 1995
    November 1998
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    He became Adolf Hitler’s biggest industrial supplier and supporter. Flick’s wealth was estimated at $1,000,000,000.Flick was tried at Nürnberg for exploiting Russian slave labour in his mines and plants; he was convicted and served three years of a seven-year prison sentence. Even with 75 percent of his empire confiscated after the war, Flick managed to amass another fortune by returning to coal and steel. He sold part of his holdings in the Ruhr region and, with the $45,000,000 in proceeds, bought postwar industrial concerns for a fraction of their true worth. Flick owned a 40 percent interest in Daimler-Benz, the automobile manufacturers, as well as paper, chemical, and synthetic-fibre plants. (English)
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    23 December 1998
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    300,068
    31 December 1997
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    90,000
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    149,800
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    368,200
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