Ferdinand Porsche

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Ferdinand Porsche (September 3, 1875 – January 30, 1951) was a famous engineer and designer of cars and tanks for the Nazis[1]. He designed the VW Beetle with Hitler. After the war and he was arrested for war crimes (for using slave labor) later he and his son opened a sports car company called Porsche.

Porsche attended grammar school in his home town and the State Vocational School in Reichenberg.[1] He became an apprentice plumber under his father, but taught himself engineering to follow his own path in life.


  1. http://www.porsche.com/usa/aboutporsche/porschehistory/milestones/