a road trip. In the days of our life, a convenient and often dramatic journey across the continent. If anything, in the unlikely event that were to happen, you always have your phone within arms reach.
things were Different in the past. In particular, before a private car boom in the 1950s.
In the picture here you can see Lars and Elisabeth Ståhle during the session in Berlin with the Ford Junior (1928). The camera is being held by an unknown passer-by. In a different time period, if not otherwise indicated, the flag on the building façade in the background of it.
the pair has been on a business trip in Italy, and even had time for a couple of day's vacation in the Venice of the north.
he has a textilfirma and-often shopping trips in Switzerland, France, and Italy. After that, it was paid for and the car with fuel, they had proposed to supply, and began, in a two thousand kilometers long journey home.
Between Innsbruck and the German border, they met with the 30 centimetres of fresh snow, the endless German militärkolonner, and the darkness of night. This week occurred in the ”After”, when Austria joined Hitler in Germany, and the borders were closed.
" the Last part before reaching the summit, got my mother to take a knife and go out into the woods, the shoes and the cut of granruskor to the rear wheels, which just spun. There was only one other light-duty vehicles, which took him all over the that date, to Mittenwald, and the money was waiting for him. Two days later he was sleeping out in Berlin, says her daughter Caroline in his field for us in the new york times.
at an auction in 1933 for up to 400 dollars. In 1938, he lived with his family in the new housing development in the Area of Stockholm, sweden. The ford was propped up during the war, probably because the military needed the tires. Caroline doesn't know what happened with the car.
the family had been the mark of the faithful after the war, the choice fell on a Ford Anglia.
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