The New German
In Berlin 1938-1945
by Cowdry & Cowdry
This title is now out of print.
Hitler's New Reichschancellery in Berlin. Designed and built by super architect Albert Speer in less than a year! 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!
A complete illustrated history of the New Reichschancellery with several maps, including large colorful endpaper maps of Berlin and a room-by-room illustrated tour of the New Reichschancellery. Also includes an explanation of the function of the Reichschancellery
the Chancellery at Berchtesgaden, the Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler Guard Detachment and an illustrated Bibliography,
illustrated biographical information and a detailed account of the destruction of the Reichschancellery.
Size: 81/2" X 11", 128 pages, over 200 photos including 75 full color, a 2-page fold-out measuring 11 x 28 inches.