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  1. Franz Josef Popp | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Franz Josef Popp (January 14, 1886 in Vienna; July 29, 1954 in Stuttgart) was one of three men responsible for the founding of BMW AG and the First General Director of BMW AG from 1922 to 1942. A number of different candidates have been put forward as the “founders” of BMW AG. In the absence of Karl Rapp, Gustav Otto, Max Friz or Camillo Castiglioni the company would probably never have ...

  2. Franz Josef Popp | Classic Cars Wiki | Fandom

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    Franz Josef Popp (January 14, 1886 in Vienna; July 29, 1954 in Stuttgart) was one of three men responsible for the founding of BMW AG and the First General Director of BMW AG from 1922 to 1942. A number of different candidates have been put forward as the “founders” of BMW AG. In the absence of Karl Rapp, Gustav Otto, Max Friz or Camillo Castiglioni the company would probably never have ...

  3. Franz Josef Popp - BMW Tech

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    Franz Josef Popp ( 1886 in Vienna; 1954 in Stuttgart) was one of three men responsible for the founding of BMW AG and the First General Director of BMW AG from 1922 to 1942. A number of different candidates have been put forward as the “founders” of BMW AG. In the absence of Karl Rapp, Gustav Otto, Max Friz or Camillo Castiglioni the ...

  4. Franz Josef Popp | Autopedia | Fandom

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    Franz Josef Popp. Franz Josef Popp (January 14, 1886 in Vienna; July 29, 1954 in Stuttgart) was one of three men responsible for the founding of BMW AG and the First General Director of BMW AG from 1922 to 1942. A number of different candidates have been put forward as the “founders” of BMW AG.

  5. 1936 Berlin Auto Show: A Retrospective | Turtle Garage

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    Jan 22, 2017 · Adolf Hitler and Franz Josef Popp (BMW Co-Founder) with an early 1936 BWM R5 Hansa The most interesting feature of the Hansa sports model is the Y-shaped, pressed-steel chassis.

  6. Franz Josef Popp - Hyperleap

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    Franz Josef Popp (14 January 1886 in Vienna – 29 July 1954 in Stuttgart) was one of three men responsible for the founding of BMW AG and the First General Director of BMW AG from 1922 to 1942. Popp was born in Vienna in 1886 and in 1901 his family moved to Brno where he completed his university entrance qualification at the local grammar school.

  7. German car giant BMW apologises for supplying Nazis during WW2

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    Mar 07, 2016 · Hitler receives a tour of the BMW AG manufacturing plant by chief executive Franz-Josef Popp in 1936 3 / 12 The company used forced labourers, convicts and prisoners from concentration camps to ...

  8. Heroes Part 2 - Richard Seaman or How I Leaned to Stop ...

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    Jun 22, 2012 · At an event thrown for British companies by BMW at the Preysing Palace in Munich, ironically next door to the beer hall where Hitler had failed in his 1923 putsch, BMW chairman Franz-Josef Popp introduced Dick to his 18 year old daughter Erica. Erica fell in love with the dashing English driver.

  9. Aryan(Nordic Alpine) Aliens: BMW, Made 1913

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    Oct 03, 2008 · The departure of Karl Rapp enabled a fundamental restructuring of BMW GmbH, formerly Rapp Motorenwerke. While the development side was placed under Max Friz, Franz Josef Popp took over the post of Managing Director. Popp held this key position until his retirement in 1942, and was instrumental in shaping the future of BMW.

  10. Bmw Roundel - BMWism

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    0n October 5, 1917 Franz-Josef Popp files for the registration of the BMW logo in the Germany’s Imperial Trademark Roll; it has been registered on December 10, 1917 under the number: 221388. On the left a letter from BMW to the German Imperial Ministry of War dated October 1, 1917 – the first known printed usage of the logo. 4. 1919

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