RARE HEAVILY ILLUSTRATED ORIGINAL OFFICIAL 1935 THIRD REICH

PERIODICAL ABOUT THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE REICHSAUTOBAHN

DIE Strasse

(THE STREET)

UNITED WITH THE NAZI PERIODICAL DIE AUTOBAHN

PUBLISHED BY THE "INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE GERMAN STREETS",

DR. TODT WITH LOTS OF AUTOBAHN PHOTOS AND CONSTRUCTION PLANS

Offered for sale is a

RARE HEAVILY ILLUSTRATED ORIGINAL OFFICIAL 1935 THIRD REICH PERIODICAL ABOUT THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE REICHSAUTOBAHN

DIE Strasse

(THE STREET)

UNITED WITH THE NAZI PERIODICAL DIE AUTOBAHN

PUBLISHED BY THE "INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE GERMAN STREETS", DR. TODT WITH LOTS OF AUTOBAHN PHOTOS AND CONSTRUCTION PLANS

Offered is the June 1935 issue of this sought after 9-1/2x10 inch magazine with 80 heavily illustrated pages in very good condition. There are many reports from the Reichsautobahn construction sites with very interesting photos and illustrations of RAB bridges and other details. One article deals about the opening of the first finished section of the Reichsautobahn, others about connecting Munich to the Autobahn network, the goals in RAB con-struction in 1935, how to fit the Autobahns into the surrounding nature and much more. There are also many excellent road construction related Third Reich advertisings. This rare item is an asset and great reference for any collection of Reichsautobahn material!

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THE RARE HEAVILY ILLUSTRATED ORIGINAL OFFICIAL 1935 THIRD REICH

PERIODICAL ABOUT THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE REICHSAUTOBAHN

DIE Strasse

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