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The swastika, although an ancient symbol, was also used to represent "S" letters joined for "socialism" under the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nazis), similar to the alphabetical symbolism for the SS Division, the SA, the NSV, and the VW logo (the letters "V" and "W" joined for "Volkswagen").
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Swastika Maybach Audi Volkswagen VW logos emblems The Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of Adolf Hitler's "Nazi" salute under the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nazis).  Francis Bellamy & Edward Bellamy touted National Socialism and the police state in the USA decades before their dogma was exported to Germany where it influenced the NSDAP, its dogma, symbols and rituals.

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Swastika symbolism and the Maybach emblem expose frightening chapters of history and symbology.

The Maybach-Motorenbau's double-M symbol exposes the swastika as double-S letters for "socialism" under the National Socialist German Workers Party, as shown in the work of the noted symbolist Dr. Rex Curry.

The following is another graphic example of the symbolism of the swastika.

The following is an additional graphic examples of the symbolism of the swastika 

Volkswagen also supports Dr. Curry's discoveries.

Audi also provides support.

Trabant provides additional evidence in support.

Organisation Todt under Dr. Ing. Fritz Todt also lends support.

The Krit Motor Car Company of Detroit supports Dr. Curry's discoveries. It was an American car that bore a swastika long before it was associated with German cars and the Volkswagen VW.

The Volkswagen logo is alphabetical symbolism of the meshed letters "V" and "W" that exposes the swastika as intertwined "S" shapes symbolizing "Socialism" under German National Socialism.

Dr. Curry's work has been announced and verified on Wikipedia. A recent article at reports on the many references to Dr. Curry's research and discoveries on Wikipedia. Even Wikipedia founder Jimbo Wales has publicly noted Dr. Curry's influence on Wikipedia. Wikipedia writers use Dr. Curry's work without attribution in apparent attempts to bolster their own credibility.

Everyone concedes that the swastika was the symbol of the National Socialist German Workers' Party (NSGWP). In that sense, the swastika was a symbol of socialism, at least for the NSGWP.

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The remaining question is the question that everyone else overlooked.  Did the NSGWP (or its leader), in using the swastika symbol for the National Socialist German Workers' Party, ever see it as S-letters for their "socialism"?  The Volkswagen symbol answers that question in the affirmative.

Maybach-Motorenbau GmbH was founded in 1909 by Wilhelm Maybach. The company was originally a subsidiary of Luftschiffbau Zeppelin GmbH.  Today, the brand is owned by Daimler AG and based in Stuttgart.

The company first built an experimental car in 1919, with the first production model introduced two years later at the Berlin Motor Show.

The start of the Maybach's double-M symbol is not certain. However, the double-M symbol is shown in a poster for the Maybach W3, built in 1921 and shown at Berlin Motor Show.

Between 1921 and 1940, the company produced various vehicles. The company also continued to build heavy duty diesel engines for marine and rail purposes.

Maybach contributed to the German National Socialist war effort in World War II by producing the engines for many mobile artilleries and tanks such as Jagdpanther, Panther and Tiger tanks with the Maybach HL230. After the war the factory performed some repair work, but automotive production was never restarted, and some 20 years later, the company was renamed into MTU Friedrichshafen. Daimler-Benz purchased the company in 1960.

The Maybach logo might have faded from memory if not for its revival by Mercedes Benz. In 1997, Mercedes-Benz debuted a concept car under the name Mercedes-Benz Maybach (V12, 5987 cc, 550 hp). Mercedes-Benz decided to develop it; however, Mercedes made the decision to market the car under the sole brand name of Maybach. Maybach was therefore revived as a brand in the early 2000s, with the production of the new model in two sizes — the Maybach 57 and the Maybach 62 (the numbers are equal to the lengths of the automobiles in decimetres). In 2005, the 57S was added, sporting a 6.0L V12 bi-turbo engine.

Mercedes-Benz had also been promoted by Adolf Hitler. Under the National Socialist German Workers' Party, Hitler had determined to make German automobiles into world leaders, in order to promote his socialism. Hitler regarded racing as an integral part of this, and consequently 500,000 Reichmarks in government subsidies were pledged to make Mercedes the leading race team in the world - Hitler was a fan of Mercedes.  AU sent a senior delegation to Hitler and persuaded him that having two competing racing programs would be better than one. He agreed to split the government money between Mercedes and AU. Although AU earned themselves the enmity of Mercedes, an enemy they could never hope to match in terms of size, they also won themselves an opportunity to make their name in the racing world.

In comparison, Audi is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group.

Germany in the 1930's often used symbols for letters and words. Common symbols under the National Socialist German Workers' Party often used the "S" shape, including the side-by-side use in the "SS" Division and the overlapping use in the swastika.  The German word was not  "swastika," but "Hakenkreuz" ("hooked cross" or "armed cross").

Hitler was aware of the practice, and perhaps the source of the practice, in that he evolved "Adolf Hitler" into "S Hitler" in his own signature. It was a manner of declaring his socialism every time he signed his name and it was equivalent to signing "Socialist Hitler."

It is part of growing evidence that supports the discovery by the historian Rex Curry (in the book "Swastika Secrets") that the Hakenkreuz, although an ancient symbol, was used also to represent "S" shapes for "Socialism" and its victory under the horrid National Socialists.

Dr. Curry is also famous for proving that the USA's early Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the straight-arm salute adopted later by the National Socialist German Workers' Party. The pledge infected the nation's psyche at its very nerve endings, like a case of shingles.

The following is a frightening example of a photograph of the early Pledge of Allegiance

The following page shows more examples of the stiff-arm salute of the early Pledge of Allegiance

For additional proof of the use of the "S" shapes of the "sieg" runes see a newly discovered youth's book at

Also see additional posters at and more posters at and German medals at  and flags and banners at and for a fuller explanation see
The National Socialist German Workers' Party began in 1920, and achieved electoral breakthroughs in 1930, and dictatorship in 1933.

In 1932, Audi, Horch, Wanderer and DKW combined to form the Auto Union (AU). They adopted four rings as their logo, one for each of the founder companies. The marques were originally all based in Saxony – Audi and Horch in Zwickau, Wanderer in Chemnitz-Siegmar and DKW in Zschopau. 

During German National Socialism, the race track in Saxony developed its stylized "S" letter for "Sachsenring" that imitates the swastika's "S" for "socialism."  It led to similar swastika-style symbolism that the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics used for its Sachsenring Trabant logo.

Together the four companies could cover the whole motor-vehicle market from motorbikes to luxury cars. Audi concentrated on the sports side, Horch on producing luxury vehicles, Wanderer (whose auto division had been bought in a hostile take over) on small to medium cars, and DKW on small cars. DKW was the main brand, producing around 80% of the conglomerate's cars, and only narrowly being beaten by VW (Volkswagen) to producing Hitler's 'people's car'.  The acronym "DKW" originated from "Dampf Kraft Wagen" (steam-driven wagon).

This 4-circle badge was used, originally, only on Auto Union racing cars in that period while the member companies used their own names and emblems. Often, the 4 circles contain the original symbols of Audi, Horch, Wanderer, and DKW.  Wanderer used a wide winged "W" letter; Horch used a large "H" letter; DKW used the letters "DKW"; Audi used an inverted triangle and the number "1."  

Ferdinand Porsche had already done some work for Wanderer, before setting up his own consultancy in the wake of the Government-created depression and crash of 1929.  Porsche had a car design, but no customers for it. AU signed him up.

Audi still uses the German tag line "Vorsprung durch Technik." The tag line is used either in original or in its English translation "Advantage through Technology."  It is an odd reminder of socialist clichés from the 1930's such as "Kraft durch Freude" ("Strength through Joy" and "Kdf"); Schönheit der Arbeit ("Beauty of Labor"); "Arbeit macht frei" ("Work brings Freedom").  The "Strength through Joy" program was part of a scheme to provide holidays to workers at inexpensive rates, and was related to the "Beauty of Labor" office. When the early VW versions were introduced, Hitler abruptly changed the name of the car to KdF Wagen.  The word "Volkswagen" itself meant "people's car" (cf. "folk's wagon").  Near the end of World War II many men, both young and old, were called upon to serve in the "People's Army " (Volksturm).

Those clichés led to the socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part): ~60 million slaughtered under the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; ~50 million under the Peoples' Republic of China; ~20 million under the National Socialist German Workers' Party.  It was the worst slaughter in human history.

On November 27, 1933 the "Kraft by Freude" organization was subordinated to the German Labor Front (DAF). The Kdf was intended to direct the leisure activities of the German population.

Before the VW emblem was created, the organization that controlled volkswagen was the Deutsche Arbeitsfront (DAF or German Labor Front) and its logo used a swastika encircled by a cogwheel.

Similar alphabetical symbolism was used under the NSDAP for the "SS" division, the "SA," the "NSV," et cetera.

The goal of all KdF programs was to eliminate social inequalities and to create a large German community, in which everyone should have the same rights to recovery and relaxation independently of class and income.  The allegedly unselfish and idealistic Kdf program was a refined socialist strategy to seduce individuals into socialism.

Before WW II, The National Socialist German Workers' Party was aided by the German Labor Front (DAF), a socialist group that built cars. The logo for the DAF was a swastika (Hakenkreuz) surrounded by the gear shaped emblem or cog of the socialist group.  The National Socialist German Workers' Party had begun as the "German Workers' Party" before adding "National Socialist" to its name. Image at

To control trade unions and the economic workforce, the National Socialist German Workers' Party (the National Socialistiche Deutsche Arbeiter Partei - NSDAP) created the German Labor Front (Deutsches Arbeitsfront - DAF) in 1933.  The purpose of the German Labor Front was to control the German labor unions through a centrally controlled organization led by National Socialists.  The German Labor Front adopted a paramilitary structure similar to that of the National Socialist German Workers Party.  While membership was called "voluntary," essentially every German worker was required to be a member.  This was particularly true of those workers associated with prime industries such as cars, transportation, utilities, textile trades, armament manufacturing, legal services, agriculture and the like (in other words, just about everything of course).  The organization was divided into two parts including the National Socialist Factory Organization (Nationalsozialistische Betriebsorganization-NSBO) and the National Socialist Trade and Industry Organization (Nationalsozialistische Handels und Gewerbeorganization-NSHAGO).

Members of the German Labor Front were required to own and wear uniforms that denoted their status within the structure of the organization.  Following the outbreak of war, members were often required to serve as factory guards or to volunteer for membership in associations like the National Air Protection League (Reichsluftschutzbund) and other Air Protection (Luftschutz) groups.  In this capacity, it was their job to help protect industrial facilities as well as to coordinate with outside organizations that helped to ensure the safe operation of factory facilities.  Many members of the German Labor Front also served as official members of the Factory Police (Werksschutzpolizei-WSP). By 1942, the German Labor Front also organized independent and locally trained members who volunteered to operate anti-aircraft flak batteries to protect individual factories from Allied bombs.  

The Audi company traces its origins back to 1899 and August Horch. The first Horch automobile was produced in 1901 in Zwickau, in former East Germany. In 1910, Horch was forced out of the company he had founded. He then started a new company in Zwickau and continued using the Horch brand. His former partners sued him for trademark infringement and a German court determined that the Horch brand belonged to his former company. August Horch was forced to refrain from using his own family name in his new car business. As the word "horch!" translates to "listen!" in Old German, August Horch settled on the Latin equivalent of his name - "audi!". It is also popularly believed that Audi is an acronym which stands for "Auto Union Deutschland Ingolstadt".

The company is headquartered in Ingolstadt, Bavaria, Germany.

Thus "Audi" is obviously related to the word "Audio" and is also related to the Spanish word "Oye" as in Carlos Santana's hit song "Oye Como Va" (Listen how it goes) and is related to the call of the bailiff in the United States Supreme Court "Oyez! Oyez!" ("Hear ye! Hear ye!" at

Where the old Audi A6 had an intelligent expression underscored by a smiley lower air intake, the new grille (which echoes the Auto Union racers under National Socialism) has been described as "....a Rottweiler of a thing. With its battering-ram snout, chrome fangs and suspicious eyes, it's just itching for you to spill its pint and make you pay the consequences."

Another aspect of the Mayback is that it is not entirely clear when or how the logo was created. This was part of the write-up at

"The company first built an experimental car in 1919, with the first production model introduced two years later at the Berlin Motor Show.
The start of the Maybach's double-M symbol is not certain. However, the double-M symbol is shown in a poster for the Maybach W3, built in 1921 and shown at Berlin Motor Show."

The 1921 timing above is interesting because the German National Socialists began around 1920 and did not gain dictatorship until 1933. So, the Maybach logo would have influenced the swastika and VW design, not vice versa.(however, if the Maybach founders were actually involved with the formation years etc of the NSGWP then that would be very interesting). For example, it is unclear if the original description of the swastika in Mein Kampf was flat on one side or turned 45 degrees. There appears to have been some point when the swastika started its use (with German National Socialists) while flat on one side, and then at some point someone (probably whats-his-name) decided to turn it 45 degrees from the horizontal. Whatever that point was, it definitely indicates a comprehension (and use) of the symbol as having alphabetical aspects as crossed S-letters.

It would also be interesting to know more about Wilhelm and Karl Maybach and the extent of any of their involvement in German National Socialism (and how early).


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Opel acquired the familiar circle logo in 1935 as the National Socialist German Workers' Party came to power and as its alphabetical S-letter swastika for "socialism" pervaded society. The circle contained a stylised dirigible airship displayed inside the "O" representing the german socialist engineering "expertise."

An earlier Opel logo was known as the "eye" logo designed by The Grand Duke of Hesse for Wilhelm Von Opel in 1910 after Wilhelm had visited the US to study vehicle manufacture. "The Opel Eye" was used until 1935 and during the takeover by General Motors in 1929. The second world war brought problems for the company. Opel supplied war equipment to Hitler's german army and with the profits, paid dividends to it's American shareholders. The allies then promptly bombed the Opel factory almost to destruction during the course of the war.

The more modern Opel "Z" logo within the circle did not begin until 1964.

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Deutsche Arbeitsfront (DAF or German Labor Front) logos used a swastika encircled by a cogwheel. It was the origin of the Volkswagen logo, both philosophically and stylistically.

The emblem is encircled by the words MODELL DES AMTES SCHÖNHEIT DER ARBEIT (Approved Model of the Office of Beauty of Labor) in the following linked example image from porcelain that also shows the the Rosenthal crown logo.

The Office of Schönheit der Arbeit of the DAF decided what constituted kitsch (trash) in Germany and what constituted good industrial design under German socialism. Firms that produced what the socialists wanted were allowed to use the MODELL DES AMTES SCHÖNHEIT DER ARBEIT cogged wheel and swastika logo of the DAF as a seal of approval.

The swastika was used as S-letters for "Socialism" under the National Socialist German Workers Party, as shown by the world-renowned symbolist Dr. Rex Curry (author of "Swastika Secrets").

Volkswagen's meshed VW logo letters are another example of alphabetical symbolism that is similar to the meshed S-letters of the swastika for "socialism" under the National Socialist German Workers Party.

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