This 7-1/4 x 10-1/4 inches hardcover book has 200 very interesting pages. It was published by the chamber of statistics in Julius Streicher’s Nuremberg and printed 1937 by Erich Spandel Publishing House in Nuremberg. The book is a number one reference for anyone who is interested in statistics or who wants to find out more about the normal daily life in Nazi Germany. Nuremberg is a German city which played an important role in the Third Reich. Nuremberg hosted the Reich Party Days and the Gauleiter of Franconia (of which Nuremberg is part of) was Julius Streicher, publisher of the periodical Der Stürmer and other anti-Semitic literature. There are statistics on Nuremberg’s infrastructure, inhabitants, employment situation, pricing and living costs, education system, confessions (i.e. how many Jews lived in which district in 1937), taxes, social services and health system and much more! The last 40 pages are containing an alphabetical list of all streets in Nuremberg.
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