Leipzig: Bibliographisches Institut, 1937. First edition. Hardcover. g+ to vg. Small Octavo. 40pp., 40 plates. Original photo-illustrated dustjacket over decorative boards with white lettering on cover and spine. Publisher's device on title page. Essay on the "new style of German architecture" by Hubert Schrade. Illustrated with 40 distinctive b/w photographs of German architecture with captions. The illustrations depict architecture like the Olympic Stadium in Berlin, the Party Complex in Nuremberg, a Hitler Youth hostel, the Ordensburg Vogelsang, now a landmark, was used by the Nazis to educate future leaders and various other buildings including farms and residential buildings. Includes descriptive list of all photographs and list of publisher's publications on inside back cover and endpaper. Text in German, Gothic script. DJ with light wear along edges and light scuffing in upper left corner of cover. Block starting at photographic plates. DJ in overall good+, binding and interior in very good condition.
(Inventory #: 40835)
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