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  • Two Second War German Photo Albums Containing 529 Negatives
  • Two Second War German Photo Albums Containing 529 Negatives
  • Two Second War German Photo Albums Containing 529 Negatives
  • Two Second War German Photo Albums Containing 529 Negatives
  • Two Second War German Photo Albums Containing 529 Negatives

Item: G33604

Two Second War German Photo Albums Containing 529 Negatives

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Two Second War German Photo Albums Containing 529 Negatives

Two Second War German Photo Albums Containing 529 Negatives of unpublished imagery; Germany (Third Reich); Both photo albums are maker marked "AKA" within a circle, marked "Film-Album", "D.R.G.M." (Deutsches Reichsgebrauchsmuster = patented), "D.R.P" (Deutsches Reichspatent) and "Aust.=Pat." at the lower right on the front cover, each album with fifty glassine pages, each page with six pockets to house the negatives, containing 295 and 234 negatives for a total of 529 negatives between the two albums, each negative measuring 55 mm x 55 mm. Subject matter includes: officers and soldiers, either by themselves or in groups, in the field, some with forests, in the barracks (two with a sign on the wall inscribed "Kommandeur"), enjoying leisure time, by a tent, in trenches, with horses, standing in uniform on a beach, some of officers at their desks, soldiers in hospital beds; convoys moving through the countryside and towns, with tanks, artillery, automobiles and motorcycles; graves of fallen soldiers (one of which shows two graves with large crosses places before them and helmets resting upon them, another of multiple graves in a row); transportation images of trains, railway platforms, aircraft, ships; many of cityscapes in various cities and towns, with buildings and homes, including their courtyards, bridges, windmills, statues, monuments, churches and cathedrals (both their exteriors and interiors), featuring the Kyffhäuser Monument (near Bad Frankenhausen, Thuringia in central Germany), the First Guards Regiment Monument at Potsdam, soldiers and women ascending the steps of Sanssouci (the summer palace of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, in Potsdam), some of the photos taken in France, one of which illustrates the ancient city gate of Verdun, another of the Andre Maginot Memorial on the Verdun battlefield; along with many more subjects. Each album has a thick black card front and back cover, heavily bound and finished with a brown cloth tape binding, measuring 193 mm x 260 mm each, the negatives pristine and without flaws. Extremely fine.
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