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New Constructions

The book starts with a brief introduction.
From page 11 onward, this book consists of the very best full-page and
half-page black & white plates of the very best of WWII architecture.

This is the 5th extended edition, which has 21 more photos (of newer buildings) than the 1st Edition.

Hardcover, Half Linen

  • 168 pages
  • 207 black and white photos

In fair exterior and good interior condition.
Boards soiled, spine damaged, foxing to fore edge, endpapers and minor foxing to a few pages, else ok.

All pages are complete and tight in the binding.

Approx/Measurements: 12-1/2" x 9-1/2" ~2.4 lbs.

by Mrs. Professor Gerdy Troost
Published by Gauverlag, Bayreuth

Table of Contents [excerpt]:


 

It showcases work such as the Ehrentempel and Führer buildings in München (Munich) by Paul Ludwig Troost
(8 pages!), the House of German Art, giant eagles at the Reichsparteitag Grounds in Nuremberg by Kurt Schmidt-
Ehmen, the Party Day Grounds by Albert Speer, the German Stadium; the Ordensburg at Vogelsang,
Sonthofen and Crossinsee (Giesler and Klotz), the NSDAP memorial at the Feldherrnhalle; Hermann Goring,
Joseph Goebbels, Baldur von Schirach and Adolf Hitler Schools; buildings and military facilities for the SS,
Luftwaffe, RAD, Gebirgsjäger, the RZM [Reichszeugministerium], the KdF; the Air Ministry by Sagebiel, the New
Reichschancellery by Albert Speer, the Olympic Stadium by Werner March, Reichsautobahn facilities, Autobahn bridges
and tunnels, dams, airports, schools and even residential property.

 






The following photos are an excerpt from the 21 extra photos which
are only included in this
extended edition from 1942.
They are NOT included in the First Edition from 1938!!



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