The Kellner Affair: Matters of Life and Death


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The Kellner Affair tells the fascinating story of some of the most influential people in the French luxury car business before the War, and how they came together and fought bravely against the Nazi occupation force

These people included the famous coachbuilder Jacques Kellner, the designer Georges Paulin, and Walter Sleator, the director of Rolls-Royce France. The book goes deeply into their talent, their work, their life, their cars and their loved ones, and relies on newly discovered archive material. There is an in-depth discussion of aerodynamic cars, as well as the famous streamlined designs of Georges Paulin

It is the first factual account of these tragic and gripping events: what happened, how it happened, who was to blame, who was punished and who was not. 

Auteur Peter Larsen and Ben Erickson
Éditeur Dalton Watson
Date de parution 2017
Format 23 x 32 cm
ISBN 9781854432919
Illustration 1518 + USB flash drive 388
Nombre de page 1058 + USB flash drive 401
Langue English
Condition New
Binding 3 volumes with slipcase
Par (Alfortville, France) le 18 Dec. 2020 (The Kellner Affair: Matters of Life and Death) :


Un travail extraordinaire pour un livre encore sublime de la part de cet éditeur.
La livraison a été comme d'habitude de grande qualité.

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Par (Sint Katelijne Waver, Belgium) le 03 June 2018 (The Kellner Affair: Matters of Life and Death) :

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