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Hitler Constructs Greater Germany
From Konigsberg to Vienna

This rare find is an ORIGINAL Third Reich Book from the period ! !
The 64 pages, 10-1/2 x 7-1/2 inch book with a foreword by Hermann Esser
has been published in 1938.

With more than 70 spectacular full-page and half-page photos, this book follows Adolph Hitler on his travels
throughout Greater Germany at the time of the plebiscite in Austria in the spring of 1938, when the 'populace'
approved reunification with Germany by a 97% to a 3% margin.

The book contains captioned photos of Adolf Hitler and many of the leading personalities of the Third Reich era
including Reichsfuhrer-SS Heinrich Himmler, Reichsminister Hermann Goring, Reichsminister
Josef Goebbels, Deputy Führer Rudolf Hess, Gauleiter Josef Burckel, Reichsstatthalter
Dr. Seyss-Inquart, SA General and Autobahn Engineer Fritz Todt.

Hitler is also shown visiting workers at the General Motors Opel car factory in Russelsheim, in Konigsberg,
in Stuttgart, in Frankfurt, in Leipzig, in Berlin, in Koln (Cologne), in Hamburg, in München (Munich), in Salzburg, aboard
his personal train, in Graz, with Hitler Youth (Hitlerjugend or HJ) boys and Bund Deutscher Mädel (BdM) girls, with pretty
teenage girls, and touching children. There are many photos of his Grosser Mercedes-Benz armored parade cars,
photos of Hitler shoveling dirt for the Reichsautobahn Salzburg-Wien, and visiting German
Wien (Vienna) and the 'victims' of the Schuschnigg-System, visiting Karnten with Klagenfurt and Villach,
visiting Innsbruck in Tyrol.

In very good exterior and fine interior condition!
With the rare Original Dust Jacket included, which is lightly chipped and edgeworn.
The photo pages are very clean.

from Prof. Heinrich Hoffmann
Reichsbildberichterstatter der NSDAP

All pages are complete and tight in the binding.

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