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Terramare Kalender auf das Jahr 1943


Published by Terramare Institut, Berlin, 1942
Condition: g- to g+ Soft cover

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Quarto. Unpaginated. [29] leaves. Original string bound wrappers, with a b/w photographic reproduction pasted on front cover. This rare 1943 Terramare calendar contains 30 photographic reproductions (half-tone photomechanical prints) of modern German art, artists, and architecture, such as: paintings by Georg Ehmig, Albert Birkle, Oskar Martin-Amorbach, Rudolf G. Werner and Friedrich Stahl; sculptures by Fritz Klimsch, Joseph Wackerle, Paul Scheurich, and Josef Thorak; tapestry by Alfred Mahlau. Including photographs depicting Wilhelm Furtwangler conducting the Berliner Philharmoniker; Marianne Hoppe performing as Joan of Arc, at the Schauspielhauses in Berlin; Wilhelm Walter Friedrich Kempff, the renown German pianist and composer; sculptor Arno Breker at work in his atelier; students of the musical school of Frankfurt am Main playing the violin; students with their professor at the art school of Berlin; a German theater company performing for soldiers on the Eastern Front; an atelier at the porcelain manufacture of Nymphenburg, and a historical concert at the Bamberg Residenz. Also includes reproductions of National-Socialist architecture showing the Marmorgalerie (Marble Gallery) at the New Reich Chancellery; the Haus der Deutschen Kunst (House of German Art) in Munich, and a bridge of the new German highway network. Photographs by M. Müller & Sohn, München; Jaeger & Goergen, München; Hilde Zenker-Buchholz; Charlotte Rohrbach, Berlin; Wasow, München; Emil Leitner, Berlin; Rosemarie Clausen, Berlin; W. Jacobi; Staatliche Bildstelle, Berlin; Hedda Reidt, Stuttgart; Max Göllner, Frankfurt am Main; E. Witzleben & Peters, Berlin; Bildarchiv Amsteilung "KdF", Dr. Hammer, Berlin; Wilhelm Castelli, Jr., Lübeck; Foto Schmölz, Köln; Hedda Walther, Berlin; Dore Barleben, Berlin; Fritz Schurig; Edgar Schröder, Berlin.Some foxing to wrappers. Small inscription on inside of front cover. Minor and sporadic foxing throughout. Text in German. Wrappers in overall good- to good, interior in good+to very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 39909

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Title: Terramare Kalender auf das Jahr 1943

Publisher: Terramare Institut, Berlin

Publication Date: 1942

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:g- to g+

Edition: First edition.

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