GERMANY: Junkers Again

In two world wars, Junkers won a fearsome fame. After each war, the victorious allies banned German plane production, and Junkers bided its time. Last week, after a seven-year shutdown, Junkers¬ómakers of the screaming Stukas that terrified Poland and France¬óreopened its Kassel plant, announced that for the present it would make only machine tools but soon expects to be turning out its old line of goods, famous since 1915.


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