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End Of The Line For Bayer : Stock Photo
Workers pack medicine in the packaging room of the IG Farben-Bayer factory, Leverkusen, Germany, 1928. Bayer was a part of the German industrial chemical conglomerate IG Farben from 1925 until 1951 when it was broken up by Allied Occupation authorities fo

End Of The Line For Bayer

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E. O. Hoppe
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Workers pack medicine in the packaging room of the IG Farben-Bayer factory, Leverkusen, Germany, 1928. Bayer was a part of the German industrial chemical conglomerate IG Farben from 1925 until 1951 when it was broken up by Allied Occupation authorities fo
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