SCARCE ORIGINAL 1938 THIRD REICH PHOTO BOOK

OF THEIR FIRST OFFICIAL CONVENTION IN NAZI GERMANY

ERSTER DEUTSCHER BEAMTENTAG

A VERY INTERESTING BOOK IN VERY GOOD CONDITION

WITH GREAT FOLD-OUT PHOTOS!

a couple minor stain spots are the only imperfection.

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SCARCE ORIGINAL 1938 THIRD REICH PHOTO BOOK

OF THEIR FIRST OFFICIAL CONVENTION IN NAZI GERMANY

ERSTER DEUTSCHER BEAMTENTAG

A VERY INTERESTING BOOK IN VERY GOOD CONDITION

WITH GREAT FOLD-OUT PHOTOS!

This 6 x 8-1/4 inches soft cover book with 148 pages was printed 1938 by the publishing house of the German public servants (Beamte), the Verlag Beamtenpresse in Berlin. It is in very good condition. It is the official report of the first "Beamtentag", the convention of the leader of the public servants in Nazi Germany which took place in Munich, the capital of the Nazi movement (Hauptstadt der Bewegung). The very interesting book is a summary of what they were talking about on this convention, mainly about the public servant can help to fulfill the goals of the Nazi Party, the always present racial question, something about Munich and a bunch of other speeches. There are some excellent photos which are all fold-out photos in the size 10-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches.

"Roll-Call" of the political leader of the Nazi Beamtenschaft in Munich

honoring the fallen heroes of the Nazi movement

THIS SCARCE ORIGINAL 1938 THIRD REICH PHOTO BOOK

OF THEIR FIRST OFFICIAL CONVENTION IN NAZI GERMANY

ERSTER DEUTSCHER BEAMTENTAG

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