New York: German-American Trade Promotion Company, ca. 1952. Softcover. 8vo. viii,,32pp. Original wraps with illustration in color by T. Abeking. Interesting handbook for the American tourist, published by the German-American Trade Promotion Company to boost tourism and the economy in postwar Germany. Convenient colored thumb index to locate concise information on business and recreation. Illustrated throughout with sketches in various colors & two fold-out color maps. Six color-printed mylar overlays. Some creasing, scuffing and minor staining on wraps. Slight rubbing to edges and on head and tail of spine. Small stamp of previous owner on inside of front and rear wrapper. Minor age toning to some leaves. Text by Hans Royce. Layout and designs by Thomas Abeking. With original, tipped-in "postcard-questionaire" by publisher. Wraps in good+, interior in very good condition. g. Item #23951
"West Germany is so much smaller in area than the United States that business locales and spas, or famous landmarks, or sports, are within easy reach of each other no matter where you are in Germany. To combine business conveniently with recreation there are folding maps of recreation areas on the succeeding pages which are overlaid with transparent leaves that locate your special business interests. The thumb index at the side will locate concise information on business and recreation and quickly answers your questions."