Report (Permission Visit) Jarociński's Factory - Poland, September 2014

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28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
Apr 6, 2014
Warsaw, PL
Just another factory in ŁÃ³dź, Poland, that I managed to visit by the agreement of the owners of this place.

Brief history: it was founded in 1888 by Zygmunt Jarociński, famous Polish (of Jewish descent) industrialist and philantropist. Originally it produced only wool and cotton articles. After the death of Jarociński in 1909 the factory was taken over by his sons who developed it. In 1929 the company was transformed into a joint-stock company and started producing also silk, semisilk and semiwool fabrics. During the time of war the factory was managed by Adolf Kebsch, prominent German industrialist, who launched there production of stockings. After the war the factory was nationalized and remained under the control of government up to 90's.

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