Reichschancellery In Berlin 1938-1945
A New Book by Ray & Josephine Cowdery.
A complete illustrated history of
Hitler's New Reichschancellery in Berlin, designed and built by super-architect Albert Speer in just 12 months. This book records a rare in-depth glimpse into the little-known palace that was for a few short years the seat of the most powerful secular ruler in the history of Europe.
ARCHITECTURE • SCULPTURE • LANDSCAPING • INTERIOR DECORATING • HISTORY • CONTRACTOR ADVERTISING
- a complete illustrated history of the New Reichschancellery
- a room-by-room illustrated tour of the New Reichschancellery
- an explanation of the function of the Reichschancellery
- over 200 period and modern photographs and illustrations
- over 75 full-color illustrations
- 47 full-page illustrations
- several maps and drawings
- large colorful endpaper maps of Berlin
- 11 x 28 inch foldout of plan, view, and sectional architectural drawings
- the Chancellery at Berchtesgaden
- an illustrated Bibliography
- illustrated biographical information
- Reichschancellery philatelic material
- the Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler
- destruction of the Reichschancellery
Hardcover, 128 pages, 8 3/4" x 11 1/4" with 75 full color illustrations, over 200 period photos and illustrations.