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This last issue of the Nazi art magazine Die Kunst im Deutschen Reich is
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The big 11 x 14 inch, very heavily illustrated art magazine Der Kunst im dritten Reich (Art in the Third Reich) and Die Kunst im deutschen Reich (Art in the German Reich) was first published in January 1937 by Gauleiter Adolf Wagner. After the first six monthly issues the format was changed and it was published at the direction of Germany's 23rd Chancellor, Adolf Hitler himself, under the supervision of an extremely prestigious group of directors that included Professor Dr. Ing. Fritz Todt, Professor Albert Speer, Professor Richard Klein of the Academy of Applied Arts in Munich and Professor Leonhard Gall of Studio Troost in München. The magazine was large in size, huge is scope and right to the end it was published by Zentralverlag der NSDAP, Franz Eher Nachfolger (the Central Publishing House of the Nazi Party) on fine quality paper using the best available inks. Huge full-page, full-color and black & white photographs dominated the format of Die Kunst. Many of the pictures were never published elsewhere and none were published in a larger format.
Offered for sale on this USMBOOKS web page is Die Kunst im Deutschen Reich Ausgabe A for August/September 1944. It was the LAST issue of Die Kunst im Deutschen Reich ever printed.
The first full-color, full-page picture in this rare 48-page Nazi art magazine is of a Gebirgsjäger der Waffen-SS by Paul Roloff. Other full-page pictures are paintings of nudes, landscapes, people and animals by Willy Kriegel, Anton Müller-Wischin, Rudolf Hermann Eisenmenger, Julius Paul Junghanns, Sepp Hilz, Ludwig Angerer, Oskar Hagemann, as well as superb sculptures by Josef Thorak, Arno Breker, Rudolf Agricola, Ernst Reiss-Schmidt, Adolf Abel, Fritz Nuss, Heinrich Faltermeier, Otto Schliessler and Siegfried Moroder.
This rare LAST issue of Die Kunst im Deutschen Reich also contains additional information about paintings and sculptures on display at the 1944 Grosse deutsche Kunstausstellung in Munich.
Complete and in very good used condition.
NAZI ART MAGAZINE DIE KUNST IM DEUTSCHEN REICH SEPTEMBER 1944
NAZI ART MAGAZINE
DIE KUNST IM
THE LAST ISSUE
EVER PRINTED AUGUST / SEPTEMBER 1944
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