WONDERFUL RARE ORIGINAL 1937

TOURIST PHOTO TRAVEL GUIDE FOR THE

* REICHSHAUPTSTADT BERLIN *

A HEAVILY ILLUSTRATED FOLD-OUT BROCHURE

IN VERY GOOD CONDITION!!

 Offered for sale is a wonderful scarce

original 1937 travel guide for tourists who

visited the

REICHSHAUPTSTADT BERLIN

in very good condition!

This very interesting brochure with many excellent photographs

shows all the major sights, transportation, museums and official

buildings as well as the huge Olympic Stadium, the nature around

Berlin, Berlin by night, summer in Berlin, Berlin in winter, the world

famous Zoo of Berlin, the brandnew Tempelhof airport, in these

days one of the biggest and most modern airports in the world, the

Funkturm, the Messehallen, etc.!

A very interesting and hard to find original Third Reich item printed

1937 from the tourist office in Adolf Hitlers capital of the German

Reich, BERLIN!

The big central train station "Bahnhof Zoo", the new huge airport in Tempelhof and the famous Brandenburg Gate on the photos above.

Adolf Hitlers Reichschancellery (still the old one, the huge new "Kanzlei des Führers" was built in 1938) on the top photo, the well known Siegessäule and the Palais of the Reichs President below.

The heart of the old Berlin, the Potsdamer Platz, very close to Adolf Hitlers Reichschancellery and Hermann Görings huge Luftfahrtministerium (Air State Ministry) on the top photo, below is the famous "Unter den Linden" boulevard (above left) and the "Alexanderplatz" (above right)

Big fold-out map showing the main roads in Berlin plus the major sights.

THIS HARD TO FIND 1937

TOURIST TRAVEL GUIDE OF THE

REICHSHAUPTSTADT BERLIN

IS OFFERED FOR SALE

FOR $115.00 INCL. SHIPPING WITH PRIORITY MAIL

TO ANY ADDRESS IN THE UNITED STATES.

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