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Exploseum War Technology Center DAG Fabrik Bromberg received a gift of three new items related to the history DAG concern.
Association for the Industrial Museum in Geesthacht ( Förderkreis Industriemuseum Geesthacht eV ) donated Exploseum with 3 original bags used for the storage of explosives. First one comes from the August 1940 from Factory DAG Krummel, another with inscription DAG Duneberg comes from December 1941. The last artifact is a bag marked POL Betrieb Fabrik Bromberg, used for the storage of smokeless powder in factory in Bydgoszcz. In addition Exploseum received a digital archive of documents and photographs relating to the memories of the former factory worker from DAG Duneberg.
These undoubtedly valuable gifts were presented during the Days of Alfred Nobel, organized by the Association for the Industrial Museum in Geesthacht , when the employee of the The Leon Wyczółkowski District Museum in Bydgoszcz - Maciej Czechowski gave a presentation about Exploseum.
Days of Alfred Nobel is a series of lectures organized by the Association for Industrial Museum in Geesthacht , on the occasion of awarding of the Nobel Prize and the anniversary of the death of its founder. During the event speakers are talking about topics related to the concern of DAG and industrial heritage.
DAG Duneberg and DAG Krummel are one of the first factories founded by Alfred Nobel. During I and II World War these factories were some of the most efficient explosives factories in the world. After II World War factories were demolished. In place of the DAG Krummel, the nuclear power plant was established.