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Four Years of Work on The German Highways of Adolf Hitler

This very heavily illustrated book records the evolution of the world’s first freeway system,
from concept to reality in the fourth year of its construction.

The text and maps explain the construction standards, traffic density and the route system of the Autobahn
(completed, under construction and proposed) while perhaps 125 large full- and half-page photos record every
aspect of construction from worker’s housing to bridges, gas stations, on- and off ramps, and rest stop facilities.


  • 96 pages
  • ~125 b/w photos
  • many maps
  • several charts
  • many drawings

In good-very good exterior and very good interior condition.
With the rare original Dust Jacket included, which is chipped and in fair condition. Faint foxing to first and last pages of book, else ok.

All pages are complete and tight in the binding.

Approx/Measurements: 9-3/8" x 10-1/8"  ~1.1 lbs.

by Autobahn Chief Engineer Dr.-Ing. Fritz Todt
from Published by Volk und Reich Verlag Berlin
in 1937

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