This workbook came into one of the antique stores I frequent. I bought it at once because it is(was) the guy's birthday today, and I figured it needed a home. I have to rely on Google translate to read it, so any help would be appreciated. Entries only go to 1943, but there is one for the N.S.D.A.P in '43. Did he do anything of interest?
10-08-2012 01:20 AM
Because I am hopeless reading German script, I can't help - but at least I can *bump* it!
Arbeitbuchs are SO underrated - great history snippets I reckon.
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I only have two books, but I too have come to find them to be quite the window into the era.
Nice first pattern example with many entries, which is always good to see. There is an Arbeitsbuchen thread in the paper items forum, yet few have added to it thus far. Perhaps if you post this piece there as well, you may find a few more take a look. May improve the chances of translation assistance too.
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