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Was ein toller Reiseführer! Berlin – gezeichnet von Dieter Jüdt

Dieter Jüdt: Berlin Skizzenbuch; Christophorus Verlag, 156 Seiten, gebunden, ISBN: 978-3862303182, 29,99 Euro #berlin #illustration #skizzenbuch #reiseführer

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The Berlin Verlag, also known as Press House. The 'Presse Cafe' is being constructed below. Alexanderplatz DDR

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Typographie – Tschichold, Jan Die neue Typographie. Ein Handbuch für zeitgemäss Schaffende. Mit zahlreichen, teils zweifarbigen Abbildungen. Berlin, Verlag des Bildungsverbandes der deutschen Buchdrucker, 1928

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Cocain - Berlin (1921) Mondine und Demimondaine Skizzen, von F. W. Koebner, Grotilgo-Verlag, Berlin 1921.Magazine

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Pressecafe, Haus des Berliner Verlages, Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse, east Berlin, 1980s

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primary-yellow: BAUHAUS-ARCHIV BERLIN 1923 source: GUNTA STÖLZL- WEBERIE AM BAUHAUS UND AUS EIGENER WERKSTATT (Kupfergraben Verlag, 1987)

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Photo by Brian Jadg Mauritzen Holocaust Memorial . US architect Peter Eisenman’s controversial design in Berlin as a fitting tribute to the Jews that died before and during World War II as part of Hitler’s plan to exterminate the jews.

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Tschichold, Jan elementare typographie. Sonderheft Typographische Mitteilungen. Gestaltung Iwan (Jan) Tschichold. Zeitschrift des Bildungsverbandes der deutschen Buchdrucker. Berlin, Verlag des Bildungsverbandes, 1925.

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For the binooki verlag publishers, we designed a trade-fair-stand our of wooden boxes, which are usually used for wine storage... Here is more: http://www.albertcreative.com/projekte/messestand-fur-den-binooki-verlag-berlin/http://www.albertcreative.com/projekte/messestand-fur-den-binooki-verlag-berlin/

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Eva May. German postcard by Ross Verlag, Berlin, no. 310/4 1919-1924. Photo: Becker & Maass. <strong>Eva May</strong> (1902-1924) was the daughter of film star Mia May and producer Joe May. It was only natural that she would follow suit. She became ‘everybody’s darling’ but in 1924 she committed suicide.

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Details about Large Antique Hand Painted Berlin Woolwork Chart- Chickens- Grunthal's Verlag

Большой античный ручная роспись уникальный Берлин Woolwork - кур - Grunthal'ы Ферлаг | ибее

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Germany’s Golden Age of Book Cover Design

Erste russische Kunstausstellung, Berlin 1922. Galerie van Diemen & Co., Berlin: Verlag Internationale Arbeiterhilfe, 1922. Jacket illustration by El Lissitzky.

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Albert Daudistel, Das Opfer, Berlin: Verlag Die Schmiede,1925. Cover by Georg (later George) Salter.

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End of the war in Berlin 1945 - Soviet soldiers are photographed in a cable car in Berlin, Germany. Photo: Berliner Verlag / Archive - NO WIRE SERVICE

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Lya de Putti (1899-1931) - 1920's Photo by Studio Alex Binder - Publisher Ross Verlag, Berlin, SW 68 Hungarian film actress of the silent era, noted for her portrayal of vamp characters.

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End of the war in Berlin 1945 - A Soviet soldier holds a German boy and thus, symbolizes the image of the 'Liberator of the city' in Berlin, 1945. Photo: Berliner Verlag / Archive - NO WIRE SERVICE

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The first KdF-cars arriving at the Deutscher Verlag (former Ullstein) in Berlin - 1939

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The Magic Grammar (c.1900). Jessie Marion King (Scottish, 1875-1949). King was an illustrator mostly of children’s books. King was mad...

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German troops invade Paris in June 1940 - German bicycle battalion march along German Generals at Arc de Triomphe. Photo: Berliner Verlag/Archiv

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Germany’s Golden Age of Book Cover Design

Ignatz Straßnoff. Ich, der Hochstapler Ignatz Strassnoff. Berlin: Verlag Die Schmiede, 1926. Cover by Georg Salter.

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