Glashuette offers one of the most complex stories in the industry .FA Lange, Ferdinand Adolph Lange, or, already had a business but want one more, so he turned to his brother Julius Assmann to join him in launching a home based business in the small German village of Glashutte. Most rolled on me, however came Ww 1, which will put an end to everything and there was much to point out that they cannot continue with watches and clocks again there after. But it surely was able to restructure it, this in 1918. It re-started the business was named Deusche Prazisions-Uhren-Factory (SA) Glashutte GmbH. The shops were cracked and only a couple of years later in 1925 so the company separated into diverse firms. The companies received the names Uhren-Rohwerke Glashutte-Fabrication, which crafted watch movements, respectively Glashutte Uhrenfabrik, who setup the clocks as UROFA developed. But it was a organization referred to as Tutima Glashutte who'd sell the bells as the other two had together Donatists. In this era so were some intriguing and important watches. They did, for instance, the initial German developer echoed fly-back chronograph. But as Glashutte is a German firm so it was not removing the the second world war. The Soviet air force bombed large areas of the plants in Glashutte. It is really not Air Force bombed the Soviet army came and laid their mitts on. This time around there was clearly nothing left to restart with. To be able to continue after the war was over as was suggested in the hope of smaller businesses to large companies, which feature UROFA and UFAG was with. The new company was referred to as VEB Glashutte Urenbetrieb.