LOT OF SEVEN RARE ORIGINAL 1938 THIRD REICH

PHOTO PERIODICALS FOR RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION

DER DEUTSCHE BAUGENOSSENSCHAFTER

VERY INTERESTING PHOTO MATERIAL!

Very interesting historic material for anyone who has an interest in Third Reich architecture and residential construction in Nazi Germany.

The pageabove is an article from Berlin about a new built settlement where Jews are not welcome!

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More original Third Reich periodicals can be seen here

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LOT OF SEVEN RARE ORIGINAL 1938 THIRD REICH

PHOTO PERIODICALS FOR RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION

DER DEUTSCHE BAUGENOSSENSCHAFTER

VERY INTERESTING PHOTO MATERIAL!

The 8-3/4 x 12 inch periodicals were an official periodical for those who were involved or interested in the residential construction in Nazi Germany such as architects, contractors, members of the authorities and people from the different trades, among others. Offered here are seven issues in very good condition, all published between 1938 and 1939.

1 May (Labor Day) celebration

The article above shows one of Berlin's sights, the Sie-gessäule which had to be moved when the Ost-West Achse (East-West Axis) was built after plans of Albert Speer, a marching alley through almost entire Berlin!

There are many interesting photo reports from all fields on construction the photo above shows the product line of a German door manufacturer.

THIS LOT OF SEVEN RARE ORIGINAL 1938 THIRD REICH

PHOTO PERIODICALS FOR RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION

DER DEUTSCHE BAUGENOSSENSCHAFTER

IS OFFERED FOR SALE

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