Past Finder Munich 1933 - 45

Traces of German History - A Guidebook

Maik Kopleck

• Brings the past to life in an attractive and easy to use city guide • Fully illustrated with colour photos and clear maps • Presents the important sites of Nazi history in Munich Munich became the capital of the Nazi movement.
Publication date:
March 2007
Publisher :
Christoph Links Verlag
Language:
English
Illustration :
177 colour and b/w illustrations
Format Available     Quantity Price
Paperback
ISBN : 9783861534105

Dimensions : 235 X 105 cm
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£10.99
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Overview
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• Brings the past to life in an attractive and easy to use city guide
• Fully illustrated with colour photos and clear maps
• Presents the important sites of Nazi history in Munich

Munich became the capital of the Nazi movement. From 1931, the Nazi Party made the city its administrative centre, and the führer had a private residence in Munich until 1945. The SS was founded in the Bavarian capital, and used it as a base from which they were able to spread terror across the whole of the German Reich. Munich, just like Berlin, was to be rebuilt according to Hitler's ideals, with wide boulevards an buildings of munumental grandeur.

Maik Kopleck's Pastfinder takes you to the well-known and less well-known sites of Nazi history in Munich. It gives a concise account of the historic events and introduces the most important personalities of the city. Several maps and a clear graphic design will help you put together your own sightseeing tour.

Sites include: former homes of Hitler; Central Army Supply Headquarters; Prisoner of War camps; Munich Jewish Museum; Eva Braun’s Residence and the notorious Office of Arianisation.