The greater part of it is produced at or around Essen, where are the famous Krupp works, and Bochum.
We were greeted on all sides by the words, "Aman Essen gheldinghiz!"
We now learn that the Essen works have just begun the manufacture of a 314,600 pound gun.
And that was the beginning of the great Krupp works at Essen.
It was impossible to believe that an Englishman could be, of all places, in Essen.
Lying just to the eastward of the Rhine are Essen and Dortmund.
It was a loss to Herr Krupp when a man with five years' training in his works left Essen, or was sick, or was maimed.
And there was the kind of caravan before me—the Essen barges.
Model towns (Pullman in this country, Essen in Germany, etc.).
Have the engineers of the Essen works improved their processes of manufacture since that epoch?