The Volkswagen in German Military Service

The Volkswagen was originally advertised in Hitler's Germany as the car for everyone: all the Germans had to do was pay for it in advance, and then wait for delivery. In fact deliveries were made to the Armed Forces, and the German civilians were left with their bicycles and feet: only the very well off could afford the Mercedes and Auto-Unions of that time. This technical manual is a complete description of the VW, and is well illustrated.

  • 1-904951-95-3
  • US Intelligence
  • US War Department
  • 2006
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