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Sunday, September 06, 2009

Carlsberg truck with swastika

Before the Nazi Party adopted the swastika, and turned it into the most potent icon of racial hatred, it traveled the world as a good luck symbol. It would crop up all over the place – including at Danish brewery group Carlsberg. Although the company dropped it from their trucks and bottles in the late 1930s, apparently you’ll still find a couple carved into huge granite elephants at the brewery entrance today.
This truck, which was photographed in Copenhagen and featured in Motor Transport in late 1935, is a 2-ton Morris with six-cylinder engine.

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