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Triumph-Adler is/was a German company that was formed by merging 2 well known typewriter manufacturers.
1929 When the Great Depression hit, Triumph spun off its German subsidiary as a separate, independently-owned company, which became part of the Triumph-Adler Company. The Nuremberg firm continued to manufacture motorcycles under the Triumph brand until 1957.
Post-WWII made typewriters
Acquired by Litton Industries of USA