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(September 1950)

ERP housing project for refugees (pictorial),   pp. [8]-[9] PDF (1.7 MB)


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Abandoned airport at Neumuenster will now house village.
ERP House Building for Refugees
Progresses in Schleswig-Holstein
Housing for refugees - 10,000 units in all - is
going up in 26 towns and cities of Schleswig-Holstein.
To be built in areas where steady jobs are likeliest,
the entire project was initiated by the German Trade
Union Federation at the suggestion of ECA. It has
been designed as a guide for similar housing projects
in other areas of west Germany. Trade unions, con-
tractors and architects teamed up to work out eco-
nomical designs for the biggest project of its kind
yet undertaken in any state of postwar Germany.
(Photogrdphs furnished by Arbeitsqemeinschaf  fuher produkIxv e  I
Fluechllingshilfe of Kiel)
I Tese units will give comnforabIl honies to '425 iunu*es.
Concrete plant near Luebeck tumns out standard sections.
At Koppeln, foundation walls are poured, forms re-used.
I
,ing
ies.
ERP counterpart funds are helping
finance plan for 10,000 refugee homes.


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