Edited by Atomic Graphics.
World Photo Press,
160 pp., 200 color and 200 black & white illustrations, 6x8¼".
Demonstrating a fascination with mankind’s scientific and mechanical advancements and all the weird, pseudo-scientific spin-offs that have resulted from various developments, this collection of images and photographs, drawn from popular scientific magazines, newspapers, toys and products is bound to please. Covers three different areas: The Atomic Age – and its related superheroes, games and toys, clever (but useless) scientific gadgetry, and Hitler’s German automobile and autobahn revolution.
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