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Taken from a coach window, just after crossing the border, en route between Zakopane and Berlin. Dederon = DDRon This wonderfully maintained neon sign was probably deliberately close to the Polish-German border at Guben, formerly WIlhelm-Pieck-Stadt-Guben, to boast to visitors of the famous Nylon product produced there....Chemiefasern der DDR itenational anderkannt.. Dederon was a Nylon 6 polyamide. Also produced in Rudolstadt by a branch of the VEB Chemiefaserwerk Wilhelm Pieck, who was born in Guben when it spanned the Oder. Wilhelm-Pieck-Stadt-Guben was a familiar sign on long-distance express railway carriages of the Deutsche Reichsbahn which terminated there at the border. Grusutin is a polyester fibre still produced today by MÃ¤rkische Faser in Premniz near Berlin. Chemiefaser Guben, orginally part of the Schwarza combine, was taken over by Hoechst, becoming Hoechst Guben GmbH. Now, the firm is titled Trevira GmbH, a branch of the Bobingen firm.
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