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no guns at Villa Huegel

May 9 2008 at 1:54 AM
  (Login PatBierter)
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Not long ago, I visited Villa Huegel. There are no weapons of any kind on display to the public, and it seems unlikely huge guns are hidden somewhere today. Since 1945, Krupp has been trying to keep clear of its previous image of an arms factory.

You can always try and ask Berthold Beitz, now 94 years old, still head of the company and a daily Villa Huegel visitor
Regards, Pat

 
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  1. "No guns at Villa Huegel" - What!?!?!?!?!?!?!!??!?!? - Roger Todd on May 12, 2:15 PM
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