The 8-1/2 x 10-3/4 inch box contains 15 photographs by Paul Hommel and a four pages foreword by Gauleiter August Lammle. The photos show diffe-rent views of Stuttgart, the city of the Germans abroad. In 1917 King Wil-helm II. founded the Deutsches Auslandsinstitut as the central agency for the thirty million Germans who lived abroad. The institute also contained a museum with 37 rooms where the culture of the Germans in foreign coun-tries was displayed. To honor the city Adolf Hitler officially declared Stutt-gart the “Stadt der Auslandsdeutschen” (City Of Germans Abroad).
The box and the photos are in very good condition.
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