East Prussia in Many Pictures
This book is devoted to beautiful East Prussia (Ostpreußen).
It has many wonderful photos of the 1930's which show castles, churches, houses, the coast, rural area,
seas and silhouettes of well known buildings prior WW II destruction.
Depicted are: Königsberg - Pillau - Galtgarben/Samland - Samlandküste - Rauschen - Zipfelberg/Wachbudenberg
Brüsterort Pillkoppen - Cranz - Keitelkahn Rossitten - Fischerfrau - Elche - Kurische Nehrung -Rastenburg
Preußisch Holland - Heilsberg - Braunsberg - Heiligelinde - Castle Rössel - Frauenburg w/ cathedral - Schillingsee
Drewenzsee/Osterode - Allenstein - Tannenberg-Denkmal - Hindenburg Tower - Schroettersburg Plock/Weichsel
Bartendorf - Niedersee/Masuren - Lyck - Gömbös-See (former Raminowo)/Rominter Heide - Trakehner - Ebenrode
Insterburg - Kreuzingen - German Street in Tilsit - Memel
In good exterior and fine interior condition.
With the rare Original Dust Jacket included, which is lightly chipped and edgeworn, else ok, photo pages are clean.
All pages are complete and tight in the binding.
Approx/Measurements: 8-1/4" x 6-3/4" ~0.33 lbs.
Published by House cavem., Danzig
East Prussia (German: Ostpreußen) is the main part of the region of Prussia along the southeastern Baltic Coast from the 13th century to the end of World War II in May 1945. From 1772–1829 and 1878–1945, the Province of East Prussia was part of the German state of Prussia. The capital city was Königsberg.
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