The very-difficult-to-find, 1943 official catalog for the yearly exhibitions shown 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 82-paged index of artworks and where they could be found in the museum; a photo section of 68 pages; and 44 pages of contemporary advertisements.
The softcovered book has cover damage, as well as the spine cover (paper) being ripped at the bottom of the spine. Some dog-earring on the bottom of the first 17 pages. The cover is rather worn and there are some indentations. However, book is, overall, in very good shape with almost all the damage to the exterior cover.