Photographs by Erik Van der Weijde.
256 pp., Numerous black & white illustrations, 6¼x8½".
Van der Weijde's photographic project documents over 220 houses built in Germany between 1933 and 1945 in order to eventually provide a house for every working-class NSDAP member. In turn this ‘Siedlungpolitiek' was both a powerful Nazi propaganda tool and a way to provide living space to loyal members. Most of these houses still exist, however unless one knows their full history they retain an unassuming normalcy.
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