This 3rd Edition example of Die Neue Reichskanzlei is **SOLD**.

USM book # 138
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Rotgrau Schnoell Marmor Reichskanzlei Berlin
Die Neue Reichskanzlei (The New Reichschancellery)
Reichskanzlei  Vosstrasse Berlin
Professor Albert Speer
This example is from the Third Edition of 10,000 copies with the Reichschancellery eagle on the front cover, printed on excellent quality paper.  
Die Neue Reichskanzlei
was reprinted several times in different editions during the Third Reich, but the color printing and the war-time paper in later printings were inferior to the materials used in the first, second and third edition.  
Nazi eagle and swastika on the cover
Reichskanzlei Ehrenhof Berlin
Hitler's office in the Berlin Reichschancellery
This is the best overview of any ever made of the New Reichschancellery that architect Albert Speer designed and built in Berlin, Germany in 1938. The only principal tenant the building ever had during its short 75 month life was Germany's 23rd Chancellor, Adolf Hitler.

In text and photographs this book begins with the political concept and need for a new German Reichschancellery, as well as the long term plan for Hitler's Berlin. It carries on through the design and construction that provided for the offices, the housing for administrators, office staff, and the SS staff required on-site.
Rotgrau Schnoell Marmor
Hitlers New Reichschancellery
Reichschancellery garden Berlin
Hitler's cabinet room Berlin
Photographs cover the building, its features and its contents in the smallest detail, from the Honor Courtyard through the Mosaic Hall, and the Marble Gallery to Adolf Hitler's Office. The imagery barely disguised in the threatening inlays on Hitler's desk is shown and explained in detail.
Nazi eagle and swastika design
Nazi eagle and swastika architecture drawing
There are full-color pages showing all the important rooms as well as the exterior. There are countless photos of the special architectural work done by Arno Breker, Hermann Giesler, Kurt Schmid-Ehmen, Josef Thorak and others.
This Third Edition example of Die Neue Reichskanzlei is complete and in excellent little-used condition. The huge (over 3 feet long!) original fold-out architectural drawing of the Reichschancellery (photo below) is still in the back of this historic 75+ year old book.
The spine shows some wear but the front and back hard covers are in very nice condition for a 75+ year old book.  The interior pages are in excellent little-used condition.


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This is a fine original example of the magnificent oversized hard cover book on the New Reichschancellery Professor Albert Speer built for Germany's 23rd Chancellor, Adolf Hitler, in Berlin in 1938.

The very heavily illustrated hardbound book measures 11-3/8 x 14-1/2 inches, has over 130 pages including many views and sections of the enormous building, some as large as 14 x 36 inches!

Die Neue Reichskanzlei (The New Reichschancellery) was printed in 1939 by the Central Publishing House of the Nazi Party, Franz Eher Nachfolger in München (Munich), Germany.   It was intended to be the enduring testament to the building itself and to the genius of the architect, Albert Speer.
Hitler's New German State Chancellery in Berlin was huge in scale and grand in concept and excecution. It was a full city block long with three floors above ground in some places and it had many bunkers beneath it. It was never intended to be the architectural focal point of Hitler's new Berlin, but rather a temporary seat adequate to the power and position of Germany's Führer, the most powerful secular leader in Europe.

Also for sale on, original Reichscancellery postcards
as well as other rare Nazi era architecture books and magazines.