In 1938, the Grosse Deutsche Kunstausstellung was divided into a fine arts and an architecture/crafts exhibition. This is the hard-to-find, official catalog of the architectural part of the exhibition at the Haus der Deutschen Kunst in Munich, which contained the supposed best artworks and those most representative of politico-cultural values in the Third Reich. The catalog is made up of a 142-paged index of artworks and where they could be found in the museum; a photo section of 72 pages; and 32 pages of contemporary advertisements.
The softcovered book has minor cover damage, but is, for the most part, in very good shape. Some discoloring and staining from age and some indentations.