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The origins and historical development of the "Dolfi" Comploi wood-carving company from to the present. Franz Comploj, Adolf's grandfather, made the most-important step from miner to artistic wood-carver prior to His son, who was also named Franz , was born on the small farmstead of Pizuela in La Poza-Wolkenstein.
Around , he moved from there to St. Adolf Comploi "Dolfi" Adolf Comploi — nicknamed "Dolfi" — was born in as the second-oldest son of Franz and Amalia. With the completion of the railroad — which was built chiefly by Russian Prisoners of War under Austrian military supervision and which was finished in March of — the economy of the Val Gardena, which had been rather weak in the past, began to boom.
After that, Adolf was trained in artistic wood-carver and altar builder. In the s — but also later — apprentices in local workshops were paid nothing. After Adolf had completed his training, his Master an altar builder, paid him a pittance of 7 lire per day.
That wasn't enough for Adolf to live on, and so he soon planned to become independent. During these years, his brother Franz Franco had established a shop for the sale of wood carvings. Adolf became his salesman and traveled as a traveling salesman with his brother's wood carvings and a presentation catalog in his case with the Corriera bus — which was at that time still a rather primitive form of transportation — and by rail to souvenir shops, parishes, and monasteries.
Adolf was only 20 years old. While a conscript with the Fascist Italian military, Adolf stole a military jeep in In , he was sent as an Italian soldier to the war in Abyssinia Ethiopia, where many Italian soldiers were already fighting on the front.