Im 1. Weltkrieg

The factories grew and extended steadily, until towards the end of World War
One, Seydel's son-in-law, Hugo Bischoffsberger and his sons Emil, Hugo and
Curt inherited the factory.

During the war, as the only instruments a soldier could carry around with
him and play, harmonicas had become urgent war supplies!

Both sides of the line, the men accompanied their songs with a harmonica and
could even play the Blues - although they couldn't have known at the time
how important that term would become :)))

The historical gallery you will find >here
Im 1. Weltkrieg
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