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Target: KASSEL GERMANY Industry Aviation (122 aircraft) - (51.3324, 9.48466)

Henschel und Sohn (Henschel and Son) was a German company, situated in Kassel, best known during the 20th century as a maker of transportation equipment, including locomotives, trucks, buses and trolleybuses, and armoured fighting vehicles and weapons. Georg Christian Carl Henschel founded the factory in 1810 at Kassel. His son Carl Anton Henschel founded another factory in 1837. In 1848 the company began manufacturing locomotives. The factory became the largest locomotive manufacturer in Germany by the 20th century. Several cars were built as well, one of which became Hermann Göring\'s staff car. (Source: Wikipedia). Early in 1935, Henschel began manufacturing Panzer I tanks. During World War II in 1939-1940 it began large-scale production of the Panzer III, and the Tiger I from 1941. Henschel was the primary manufacturer of the Panzer VI, Tiger I and Tiger II. During 1945 the company had 8000 workers working in two shifts each of 12 hours. The company used slave labour extensively. The company\'s factories were among the most important bomber targets and were nearly completely destroyed. (Source: Wikipedia). Manufacturing began again in 1948. In 1964 the company took over Rheinische Stahlwerke and became Rheinstahl Henschel AG, in 1976 Thyssen-Henschel, and 1990 ABB Henschel AG. In 1996 the company became ABB Daimler Benz Transportation Adtranz. The company was subsequently acquired by Bombardier (Canada) around 2002. The Kassel facility still exists and is one of the world\'s largest manufacturers of locomotives. (

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