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Deutschland, Deutschland Ueber Alles. Ein Bilderbuch von Kurt Tucholsky und vielen Fotografen. Montiert von John Heartfield

Tucholsky, Kurt

Published by Neuer Deutscher Verlag, Berlin, 1929
Condition: fair to g- Hardcover
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Small Quarto. 231 (5)pp. Original boards with mounted photomontage by John Heartfield on front and back cover. Binding protected by modern mylar. "Deutschland, Deutschland Ueber Alles" by German-Jewish writer Kurt Tucholsky (1890-1935) is a work of fierce social criticism of the late 1920's Germany. Tucholsky, also a journalist and satirist, warned against antidemocratic tendencies and the threat of National Socialism. This is apparent in his choice of Heartfield's anti-Hitler photomontage on the cover of this work. His books were banned, blacklisted by the Nazi's as "Entartete Kunst," and burned. Tucholsky also wrote under the pseudonym Kaspar Hauser. Profusely illustrated with b/w reproductions of photographs by Tucholsky, W. Nettelbeck, Robert Sennecke, Hans Schroeder, Otto Storch, Otto Haeckel, R. Horlemann, and many others. Layout of book was designed by John Heartfield. Text in German. Water staining and some age wear on binding. Boards slightly bowed. Light rippling to leafs due to water exposure. Starting at front free endpaper, half title and at last page. Top right corner of first few leafs with light green stain from color of cover, very light, sporadic soiling throughout. Last printed page with creasing and one inch closed tear at lower part of page. Back free endpaper somewhat crumpled with two inch closed tear at upper foredge and half inch closed tear at top. Overall fair to good- condition. Bookseller Inventory # 41069

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Title: Deutschland, Deutschland Ueber Alles. Ein ...

Publisher: Neuer Deutscher Verlag, Berlin

Publication Date: 1929

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: fair to g-

Edition: 21.-30. Tausend.

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