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East Prussia, West Prussia
and Danzig 

From the original intro text of the book:
This great picture book of remembrance sets a lasting memorial to the unforgotten land in the East. It is the most comprehensive pictorial work about East Prussia, West Prussia and Gdansk ever published.

270 photos, most of them never published before, bring us close to the magical landscapes, the old cities, the important buildings, life and people.

They take us everywhere: To West Prussia and Gdansk, to the fresh spit, to the Oberland, through the Warmia, through Masuria, to Tilsit and Memel, to the Curonian Spit, to the Samland and to the capital Konigsberg.

Included are pictures from Marienburg, Finckenstein Castle, Marienwerder, Hely, Deutsch-Eylau, Danzig-Oliva, Danzig-Zoppot, Cadinen Castle, Elbing, Lattka near Elbing, Tolkemit, Frauenburg, Balga Ruin, Frauenburg, Braunsberg, Pr. Holland, Osterode, Liebemühl, Mohrungen, Zinten, Mehlsack, Liebstadt, Landsberg, Guttstadt, Heilsberg, Waplitz, Bartenstein, Hohenstein, Gilgenburg, Neidenburg, Allenstein, Bischofsburg, Wartenburg, Muckersee near Cruttinen, near Sorgnitten, Nikolaiken, Heiligelinde, Angerburg, Gerdauen, Lotzen, Lyck, Rominten, Rominter Heath, Goldap, Trakehnen, Gilge, near Ragnit, Tawe, Tilsit, Nidden, shifting dunes, Rossitten, Konigsberg, Cranz, Rauschen, Warnicken, Palmnicken, Gross-Kuhren, Lochstedt Ordensburg, Pillau.

2 pages with famous people from East Prussia with portrait pictures in the rear, and economic performance plus the last census with breakdown on government districts, urban districts and rural districts


  • 175 pages
  • 15 pages text with intro
  • 20 page text in the rear
  • 1 full page, color plate of Immanuel Kant
  • 270 b/w photos

In very good exterior and near fine interior condition
With the rare Original Dust Jacket included, which is slightly chipped and edgeworn. Book slightly bumped, otherwise ok with faint traces of use and age.

All pages are complete and tight in the binding.

Approx/Measurements: 11" x 8-3/4"  ~2.4 lbs.

by Kramp
Published by Gräf + Unzer, Munich, Germany
in 1962


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