Herzogenaurach Adi und Rudi Dassler überzeugen ihren Vater, den familieneigenen Schusterbetrieb zu verändern. Nicht immer nur. Nach dem Verkauf ihrer Adidas-Anteile zogen sich die Erben Adi Dasslers zurück. Jetzt sind sie wieder da - mit großen Plänen Die. Entdecken Sie Die Dasslers - Pioniere, Brüder und Rivalen und weitere TV-Serien auf DVD- & Blu-ray in unserem vielfältigen Angebot. Gratis Lieferung möglich.
Die Dasslers - Pioniere, Brüder und RivalenDie Geschichte der Brüder Adi und Rudi Dassler, die nach dem 2. Weltkrieg zu Feinden wurden. Ihre Familien bauen zwei Firmen auf: Puma und Adidas. Adolf „Adi“ Dassler war ein deutscher Erfinder und Unternehmer. Er ist der Gründer des Sportartikelherstellers Adidas. Er war der jüngere Bruder von Rudolf Dassler, dem Gründer von Puma. Die Dasslers – Pioniere, Brüder und Rivalen ist ein zweiteiliger deutscher Fernsehfilm, der am und April im Ersten gesendet wurde.
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Accordingly, in his 18 August company registration, Adi added a handwritten "i" between Ad- and -das to maintain the contraction Adi Das sler.
As a result, the company became known as Adolf Dassler adidas Schuhfabrik. Like the Dasslers, Sepp Herberger joined the Nazi Party in Herberger began an association with the Dassler firm having been cultivated by Rudolf Dassler.
After the breakup Herberger sided with the Puma firm, until Rudolf once again felt his authority challenged and insulted him.
Herberger switched his allegiance to Adidas. In many respects the fit was better with Adi, who was quiet, willing to learn the needs of football players and more innovative than his brother.
Herberger's drive to make Germany a dominant force in international football predated the war. He learned of 18 year old Fritz Walter in and began grooming him for the team.
When war came Herberger was able to keep Walter out of the army. After the war, Herberger was deemed a Mitlaufer and the post-war German authorities continued him as the coach of the national team.
West Germany established in May was not eligible for the World Cup the first after the war , and so all preparations were made with a view toward the matches in Bern, Switzerland.
By that time Adidas's football boots were considerably lighter than the ones made before the war, based on English designs.
At the World Cup Adi had a secret weapon, which he revealed when West Germany made the finals against the overwhelmingly favored Hungarian team, which was undefeated since May and had defeated West Germany 8—3 in group play.
Despite this defeat, West Germany made the knock-out rounds by twice defeating Turkey handily. The team defeated Yugoslavia and Austria to reach the final a remarkable achievement , where the hope of many German fans was simply that the team "avoid another humiliating defeat" at the hands of the Hungarians.
As the playing field at Wankdorf Stadium drastically deteriorated, Herberger famously announced, "Adi, screw them on.
The West Germans staged a come from behind upset, winning , in what became known as the "Miracle in Bern. Dassler was married to Käthe until his death from heart failure in They had 4 children.
In , their son Horst Dassler founded Arena , a producer of swimming equipment. Käthe Dassler died on 31 December After Adolf Dassler's death his son Horst and his wife Käthe took over the management.
Horst died on 11 April Adidas was transformed into a private limited company in , but remained family property until its IPO in The last of the family members who worked for Adidas was Frank Dassler the grandson of Rudolf , head of the legal department since , who resigned in January In , a sculpture of Dassler was unveiled in the Adi Dassler Stadium in Herzogenaurach.
It was created by the artist Josef Tabachnyk. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Adolf Dassler. Herzogenaurach , German Empire. Herzogenaurach, West Germany.
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Title: Rivals Forever - The Sneaker Battle —. Herzogenaurach, early 20th century. ADI DASSLER 17 loves sports. His dream: to create the world's fastest running shoe.
Obsessed with the idea, he works day and night. Finally, he succeeds in convincing his father, CHRISTOPH, a cobbler, to found a small shoe factory.
When his brother, RUDI DASSLER 19 , returns from the war, he brings into the family business a typewriter and a talent for sales. They soon start production in their mother's old laundry.
The brothers complement each other perfectly - Adi, the skilled craftsman, develops the perfect sports shoe, Rudi employs his business skills to land the first large contracts.
Privately, the brothers could not be more different; while Adi devotes all his passion to the shoes, Rudi is a true bon vivant and popular among women, causing resentment between the two.
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In der Gefangenschaft sollen Amerikaner Rudolf Dassler erzählt haben, dass er aus seinem nahen Umfeld denunziert worden sei. In ihm kam der Verdacht auf, dass sein Bruder Adolf der Denunziant gewesen sein könnte, um ihn aus dem Unternehmen zu drängen.
Zuvor hatte es bereits immer wieder Spannungen und Auseinandersetzungen gegeben, an denen auch die Ehefrauen beteiligt waren.
Nach seiner Entlassung denunzierte Rudolf seinerseits Adolf bei den Militär-Behörden. Adolf gab seinem Unternehmen den Namen Adidas nach seinem Spitznamen Adi und den ersten drei Buchstaben seines Nachnamens , Rudolf hingegen nannte sein Unternehmen Puma.