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Location Category ID: 1130
Address: Ernst-Amme-Straße 19, 38114 Braunschweig
Opening Times:
Official Website: Bühler GmbH Braunschweig
Other Links: MIAG Fahrzeugbau GmbH
Brunswick Agriculture
Latitude, Longitude: 52.27456502 , 10.50050497
Location Accuracy: 7
Tanks Previously Here: Tanks confirmed built here:
1: Panzerbefehlswagen Jagdpanther Command Vehicle - Imperial War Museum, Lambeth, London, Britain (July 1944)

Models of tank built here:
1: Panzerkampfwagen II Tank - Ausf A, B and C (Additional PzKpfw IIC manufacturer)
2: Panzerkampfwagen II Tank - Ausf F (Additional manufacturer until 1940)
3: Panzerkampfwagen III Tank - Ausf J (Additional manufacturer)
4: Panzerkampfwagen III Tank - Ausf L (Additional manufacturer)
5: Panzerkampfwagen III Tank - Ausf M (Additional manufacturer)
6: Panzerkampfwagen III Tank - Ausf N (Additional manufacturer)
7: Flammpanzer III Flame-Throwing Tank (Flammpanzer III chassis manufacturer - February-March 1943)
8: Sturmgeschütz III Assault Gun - Ausf G (Secondary manufacturer)
9: Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer - Early Production Vehicles (Sole manufacturer)
10: Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer - Late Production Vehicles (Primary manufacturer)
11: Panzerbefehlswagen Jagdpanther Command Vehicle (Primary Jagdpanther manufacturer)

In 1846 a production shop of milling machines was started by Luther at Wolfenbüttel. In 1895 the ‘Braunschweigischen Mühlenbauanstalt Amme, Giesecke & Konegen’ was founded by previous employees of Luther. The most important German producers of milling machines (Luther, Amme, Giesecke & Konegen, Seck, Greffenius, Kappler) then merged in 1925 to form Mühlenbau and Industrie AG (MIAG). MIAG produced electric vehicles from 1936 to 1938, including forklifts and cranes. In 1972 MIAG was taken over by Bühler of Switzerland; in 1983 MIAG Fahrzeugbau GmbH was founded with the aim of continuing the activities of the former Bühler-MIAG company’s industrial trucks division, but at a different site.
During the Second World War MIAG was involved in the program for the manufacture of assault guns and tank destroyers. Production of the Jagdpanther began in January 1944 at MIAG where it was produced until the war’s end. In November of 1944 production began at MNH, and in December 1944 at MBA; MIAG remained the biggest producer.