The visit of Secretary of State R. Köberle and members of the district CDU was dedicated to: "art, business and politics in the home of the Dethleffs".
Being an entrepreneur, Arist Dethleffs fulfilled his wife's desire for a driving studio in 1931. From the first caravan that was built, a whole carvan and motor caravan factory with over 900 employees developed after long years under internal and external control. Since her graduation, the artist Fridel Dethleffs-Edelmann was closely connected to the Arts Academy of Karlsruhe and the New Objecticity. In contrast to this, her daughter, Ursula Dethleffs, wanted to freely unfold her profession as an artist. She was very lucky, that her mother founded the artist community Secession Upper Swabia-Lake of Constance. Members and friends of the SOB became her teachers, like e.g. Max Ackermann. Liberally-minded, the family traveled in their caravan to all important exhibitions and museums in Europe and Asia. After 1945, Arist Dethleffs was appointed to politics: he became the 1st protestant regional chairman of the CDU Württemberg-Hohenzollern. By the end of their life – he and later on also his daughter Ursula – were members of the CDU.
. From the first car was built after many years living in own and others directed the caravan and motor caravan factory with 900 employees. The artist Fridel Dethleffs-Edelmann was closely associated with the Academy of Karlsruhe and the New Objectivity since graduation. The daughter, Ursula Dethleffs, however wanted to develop their profession freely as an artist. Your luck was that her mother had founded the artist group secession-Upper Swabia Bodensee. Members and friends of SOB were their teachers as eg Max Ackermann. Open to the world, the family traveled with the caravan to all major exhibitions in the museums of Europe and Asia. Dethleffs was appointed to the policy after 1945: he was the first Protestant state chairman of the CDU Württemberg-Hohenzollern. By the end of her life, he and later his daughter Ursula were - members of the CDU.