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" To illustrate my ideas I had a romantic drawing prepared. It showed what the reviewing stand on the Zeppelin Field would look like after generations of neglect, overgrown with ivy, its columns fallen, the walls crumbling here and there, but the outlines... "
In the Wake of War: The Reconstruction of German Cities after World War II - Page 4
by Jeffry M. Diefendorf - 1993 - 424 pages
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Medievalism in Europe

Leslie J. Workman - Architecture - 1994 - 241 pages
...drawing," which "showed what the reviewing stand on the [Berlin 1936 Olympic] Zeppelin Field would look after generations of neglect, overgrown with ivy, its columns fallen, the walls crumbling . . . ." Delighted, Hitler ordered all important public buildings to be constructed according to Speer's...
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Inside the Third Reich

Albert Speer - History - 1997 - 596 pages
...hundreds or (such were our reckonings) thousands of years would more or less resemble Roman models.2 To illustrate my ideas I had a romantic drawing prepared....crumbling here and there, but the outlines still clearly recognizable. In Hitler's entourage this drawing was regarded as blasphemous. That I could even conceive...
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From Monuments to Traces: Artifacts of German Memory, 1870-1990

Rudy Koshar - Architecture - 2000 - 352 pages
...Third Reich in memory and history. To illustrate his law of ruins, the architect prepared a drawing of what the reviewing stand on the Zeppelin Field would look like after generations of decay. It was depicted overgrown with ivy, its columns and walls crumbling and cracked. That Nazi architecture...
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The Cult of Art in Nazi Germany

Eric Michaud, Janet Lloyd - Art - 2004 - 271 pages
...materials and by applying certain principles of statics, we should be able to build structures that even in a state of decay, after hundreds or (such...the walls crumbling here and there, but the outlines were still clearly recognizable.89 Delighted by the "luminous logic" of this sketch, Hitler ordered...
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