Kommissbrot are basically rye bread loaves that were mostly used by the armed forces in then undivided Germany (Prussia). Because of its denser form these breads were used by army rations. Also, they were more filling and took a longer time to become stale.
The Hanomag's newly developed model called 2/10PS in 1921 was also nicknamed 'Komissbrot' because of its appearance of the same rye bread. With a single cylinder, 4-stroke, 500cc engine its petrol consumption was nearly 25 km/litre and so ver economical.
This model 2/10PS stood for the following - 2 for tax power and 10 for its 10 hp engine and produced during the years 1924-1928 and these microcars could comfortably seat 2 people.
The model winded up after BMW launched its own Dixi that could seat 4 passengers and yet was lighter in pocket.
This particular microcar model was used by the postal services department (ReichsPost) during Adolf Hitler's Germany.
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