DIE BERLINER VERKEHRS MITTL wahrend der OLYMPISCHEN SPIELE - Transportation in Berlin during the 1936 Olympics: A rare booklet for visitors to the 1936 Berlin Olympics surveying the various means of transportation in Berlin to different sites in the city and to the stadium itself, including a special supplement of route maps and stadium maps.
"The German people and the capital of the Reich are filled with joy and pride to welcome the participants and guests of the 11th Olympic Games in the summer of 1936" - Rare booklet for visitors to Berlin during the 1936 Olympics, containing extensive information about public transportation routes in the city to the Olympic Games stadium as well as transportation routes and directions for tours of important historic sites. The booklet provides detailed information about all the tram stations, bus and taxi lines, and is accompanied by photos of the various means of transportation. It also contains a map of the subway routes, fares for the different rides, details about the airport and flight data.
The sites recommended for visiting in the booklet are the Reich Interior Ministry, Bismarck Memorial, German Opera House, City Hall and many more - all national sites on which the Nazi flag flew.
The guide is accompanied by a supplement booklet containing five maps of the different routes to the Olympia stadium where the Olympics took place.
Rare. Does not appear in the world cat library catalog.
39 p. + map supplement. Good condition. Peels on top left of cover, otherwise very good condition.