German toilet paper Servus

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Roll of toilet paper "zervus" (Servus) — a copy. The word "servus" in European countries is an analogue of the English word "hi" or Italian "chao" (in the sense of greeting and farewell). The producer of this paper, Feldmühle (means "field mill" in German), began its activities in August 1885 in place of a monastery mill built by Cistercian monks in the 13th century. Fully the company was called "Silesian factory for the production of sulphite-cellulose products Feldmühle". The company successfully developed and grew for exactly 100 years, and in 1985 the owner of this and other companies of the Flick group sold the entire group for five billion German marks. In 1991, the factory was closed, and its assets were divided between other industries. Source:

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