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The message of the volume's 125 photographs is reinforced by short accompanying texts in German. Perhaps inevitably in such a work, the city is seen only from its best side, with no reference to demonstrations, run-down areas, homelessness, or the drugs scene. 9 Berlin East and West in pictures. David Binder, introduction by Charles B. Anderson. London; Melbourne, Australia; Johannesburg: Oak Tree Press, 1965, rev. ed. 64p. First published shortly after the construction of the Berlin Wall, this book remains worth consulting today for its numerous photographs of Berlin in the late 1940s and the 1950s.
268p. bibliog. This catalogue for an exhibition, which showed the changing face of Berlin over the years as reflected by the Potsdamer Platz, contains an excellent selection of photographs with helpful commentaries. It also includes a list of houses of art-historical value in Berlin and its suburbs which was drawn up by Julius Kohte and first published in 1923. Many of the houses it names have since been lost to the War or the city planners. 15 Berlin: frühe Photographien Berlin 18571913. ) Janos Frecot, Helmut Geisert.
167p. A collection of black-and-white photographs recording the revolutionary events of November 1989 in Berlin. The accompanying text is in German, English (translation by Barbara A. Reeves), and French. Other books of photographs on the same theme, with German text only, are 9. November 1989. Der Tag der Deutschen. Eine Bilddokumentation, assembled by Bernhard Michalowski, Christine Proske and Günther Fetzer (Munich: Heyne, 1990. 4th ed. ); 9. November 1989. Der Tag der Deutschen (Hamburg: Carlsen, 1989.
Berlin by Ian Wallace