Crimmitschau


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The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Crimmitschau

 

a city in the German Democratic Republic, on the Pleisse River (Elbe basin), in the Karl-Marx-Stadt district. Population, 30,200 (1970). Crimmitschau is an old industrial center for textile manufacture; musical instruments are also produced. The city has a printing industry.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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He is currently coach of the Crimmitschau Ice Pirates in DEL 2 and also works as a television analyst.
Cities with important with tradition of textiles are Aachen, Albstadt, Apolda, Augsburg, Aschaffenburg, Bad Hersfeld, Bielefeld, Bocholt, Chemnitz, Crimmitschau, Krefeld, Monchengladbach, Nordhorn, Plauen, Wuppertal and Zittau.
Paul Heinrich Trutzschler registered a forge and metal workshop in Crimmitschau. Germany.
After the war, an attempt was made to rebuild the company: however, Crimmitschau was located in the Soviet occupation zone.
The NHL lockout was a factor as Morrisette moved on to Crimmitschau, also in Germany, before the season ended.
The European Commission opened, on 9 November, a formal investigation to determine whether German plans to grant regional investment aid (direct subsidy and tax advantages totalling 26.65 million) to the Canadian group Linamar for the construction of a new plant in Crimmitschau, Saxony, are compatible with EU state aid rules.
On August 1, 1888, Paul Heinrich Trutzschler registered a forge and metal working shop in Crimmitschau. Right from the start the business focused on service for textile companies.
After the war, an attempt was made to rebuild the company; however, Crimmitschau was located in the Soviet occupation zone.