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T. Lux Feininger, Bauhaus Band, 1928 (ca), Gelatin silver print, J. Paul Getty Museum, Object number: 85.XP.384.94, © Estate of T. Lux Feininger, LL/50494
10088.01   Introduction to photography in Germany
Nineteenth century photography in Germany
10088.02   Dr Franz von Kobell & Carl August von Steinheil: Germany: Munich (1839)
10088.03   Daguerreotypes: Germany
10088.04   Daguerreotype manuals and instructions: Germany
10088.05   Salt prints: Germany
10088.06   City of Hamburg fire (1842)
10088.07   Bertha Wehnert-Beckmann: Portraits
10088.08   Alois Löcherer: The statue of Bavaria, Munich (1844-1850)
10088.09   Germany: Photography magazines and journals
10088.10   Leopold Ahrendts: Berlin
10088.11   Carl Hermann Günther: Coronation ceremony of the King of Prussia (1861)
10088.12   S.P. Christmann: Germany [Stereoview series]
10088.13   J.F. Stiehm: Ansichten von Deutschland [Series]
10088.14   Anselm Schmitz: The Rhine and its Environs [Series]
10088.15   William England: Views of the Rhine and Its Vicinity / Der Rhein und seine Umgebungen [Series]
10088.16   Adolphe Braun: Allemagne [Series]
10088.17   Franco-Prussian War (1870-1871): Introduction
10088.18   Erinnerung an Oberammergau 1890 (Souvenir of Oberammergau 1890)
10088.19   Waldemar Franz Herman Titzenthaler: Types of German Workers
The German royal family
10088.20   Royal family of Germany
10088.21   Germany: Berlin
10088.22   Germany: Cologne
10088.23   Germany: Hamburg
10088.24   Germany: Heidelberg
10088.25   Germany: Munich
10088.26   Germany: Nuremberg
Pictorialism in Germany
10088.27   Pictorialism in Germany
10088.28   Hugo Erfurth: Portraits
First World War
10088.29   German illustrated magazines during the First World War
Weimar Germany
10088.30   The aftermath of the First World War in Germany
10088.31   Cultural innovation in Weimar Germany
10088.32   Film und Foto - FiFo (1929)
10088.33   German expressionism
10088.34   German Expressionism: Vampyr (1932)
10088.35   Ross Verlag: Publisher of real photographic postcards
10088.36   Mannesmannröhrenwerke A. G., Komotau. 1888-1925; Neuanlagen und Umbauten, ab 1920 (ca. 1929)
10088.37   Political collage in Weimar Germany
10088.38   John Heartfield: Political photomontages
10088.39   AIZ - Arbeiter Illustrierte Zeitung
10088.40   Photojournalists in Weimar Germany
10088.41   The legacy of Weimar as photojournalists left Germany
10088.42   Paul Citroen: Metropolis
10088.43   Bauhaus
10088.44   Introduction to New Objectivity
10088.45   Erich Retzlaff: Book covers
The Rise of Fascism and Nazi Germany
10088.46   The photographic portrayal of Adolf Hitler
10088.47   Heinrich Hoffmann: Portraits of Adolf Hitler
10088.48   Adolf Hitler - Nazi propaganda series
10088.49   Heinrich Hoffmann (Editor) & Josef Bürckel (Foreword): Hitler holt die Saar heim (1938)
10088.50   Leni Riefenstahl: The creation of the myths of National Socialism
10088.51   Nazi suicides in Leipzig, Germany (1945)
10088.52   Yevgeny Khaldei: Soldiers raising the flag of Soviet Union on the roof of Reichstag building in Berlin (2 May 1945)
10088.53   The Holocaust: Death camps
10088.54   Richard Peter Sr.: Dresden. Eine Kamera klagt an. Ein historisches Dokument (1949)
10088.55   Karl Blossfeldt (1865-1952)
10088.56   August Sander: Portraits
10088.57   August Sander: Cologne
10088.58   August Sander: Landscapes
10088.59   Hugo Schmölz: German architecture
10088.60   Albert Renger-Patzsch: Die Welt ist schön
10088.61   Albert Renger-Patzsch: Ruhrchemie factory, Oberhausen-Holten, Germany
10088.62   Albert Renger-Patzsch: Schubert & Salzer - Textile machinery - Ingolstadt
10088.63   Albert Renger-Patzsch: Bilder aus der Landschaft zwischen Ruhr und Möhne (1957)
Post-War Germany
10088.64   Introduction to Fotoform
10088.65   Introduction to subjective photography
10088.66   Heinz Hajek-Halke: Experimental photography
10088.67   Kurt Wendlandt: Lichtgraphik
10088.68   The Berlin Wall
10088.69   Anders Petersen: Café Lehmitz
10088.70   Peter Keetman: Volkswagen Factory, Wolfsburg (1953)
10088.71   Unidentified photographer: Im Pütt (1953)
10088.72   Heinrich Riebesehl: Agrarlandschaften
10088.73   Gabriele and Helmut Nothhelfer: The first exhibition "Bali-Kino" Berlin (October 1974)
10088.74   Gabriele and Helmut Nothhelfer: What‘s our Concern with Strangers?
Dusseldorf School
10088.75   Dusseldorf School
10088.76   Bernd & Hilla Becher: Typologies
Contemporary projects
10088.77   The Trashcam Project - Hamburg, Germany (2012)
10088.78   German photobooks
10088.79   Albert Renger-Patzsch: Books
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AIZ - Arbeiter Illustrierte Zeitung 
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Daguerreotypists - Germany 
Die Kunst in der Photographie 
Dusseldorf School 
Film und Foto 
First World War (1914-1918) 
Franco-Prussian War (1870-1871) 
New Objectivity - Neue Sachlichkeit 
Political collage in Weimar Germany 
Second Schleswig War / Prussian-Danish War (1864) 
Second World War (1939-1945) 
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Weimar Germany (1919-1933) 
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The Holocaust (1933-1945) 
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