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|The picture shows the Daimler Chrysler Testing Range near Papenburg (Germany)|
Some world records were set here.
|The Chrysler Building in Manhattan, NYC. Designed by William Van Allen for Walter P. Chrysler and completed in 1930. It was the tallest building in the world for just a few short months until it was overtaken by The Empire State Building. The spire of the building, as well as the hood ornament gargoyles are made of German Nirosta metal. The lobby is made of Italian and South African marble and ...||08/04/2005||1,130|
|The famous Chrysler Building in Manhattan, New York.||05/25/2006||2,461|
|Daimler-Benz factory 1 in Untertürkheim and 2 in Böblingen||04/25/2006||396|
|Gottlieb Daimler (March 17, 1834 March 6, 1900) was a key figure in the development of the gasoline engine and the invention and development of the automobile.|
Born in Schorndorf, he served an apprenticeship as a gunsmith and spent a period abroad studying mechanical engineering before attending technical college in Stuttgart. Daimler developed in Bad Cannstatt - a city distric...
|Fatctory of Daimler Cyrsler in Rastatt||08/27/2006||333|
|Karl Friedrich Benz (November 25, 1844 April 4, 1929) was a German automobile engineer. He is generally regarded as one of the inventors (with contemporary Gottlieb Daimler) of the petrol-powered automobile.|
Born the son of an engine driver in Mühlburg (now part of Karlsruhe) in the Baden, Benz went to school at the Karlsruhe grammar school and Karlsruhe Polytechnic. He founded his fir...
|The Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadium, home stadium of the VFB Stuttgart.||09/04/2005||418|
|In the Gottlieb Daimler Stadium the World Athletics Final took place in the days september 22nd and 23rd. 2007.|
|Picture taken by a B-17G #43-38029 from an nominal altitude of 25,000 feet. The target was the DAIMLER-BENZ aircraft parts factory. The oval track at top is the Trabrennbahn used for horse racing (sulky). The pilot was LT Andrews.||02/26/2007||843|
|Aerial picture of the bomb raid against the Daimler-Benz tank factory in Berlin carried out by B17-bombers of the 774th Squadron, 463rd Bomb Group on March 24th 1945.||08/20/2005||1,727|
|The Ferret armoured car, also commonly called the Ferret Scout car, is a British armoured fighting vehicle designed and built for reconnaissance purposes. The Ferret was produced between 1952 and 1971 by the UK company, Daimler. It was widely adopted by regiments in the British Army as well as Commonwealth countries throughout the period.||01/21/2010||522|