Sylt: Geschichte und Gestalt einer Insel
Very Good+. A wonderful book on Sylt, an island in northern Germany which belongs to the North Frisian Islands. It is the largest island in North Frisia and the northernmost German island. It is known for its tourist resorts: Westerland, Kampen and Wenningstedt-Braderup. It is frequently covered by media in connection with its exposed situation in the North Sea and its ongoing loss of land during storm surges. Since 1927 Sylt is connected to the mainland by the Hindenburgdamm causeway. Text in German, by Peter Suhrkamp, Karll Kersten, Harald Voigt, Hans-Günther Wenk, Walther, Ermeis, Heinrich Pfleiderer, Ernst Schlee, Nils Arhammar. Photographs by Karl Kraatz. Illustrated throughout with b/w photographs, drawings, map. Pictorial endpapers. Photo Pictorial Hard Cover with cloth backstrip. Covers show light wear, with modest bumps to corners, soiling on rear, bump at bottom center edge front and rear, bump rear top edge center. Interior is clean, crisp, tight & bright, unmarked. 231 pp. Approx. 8.5" x 10". A very nice copy. Carefully shipped in secure parcel. Ask all questions; glad to respond. Bookseller Inventory # 501054
Title: Sylt: Geschichte und Gestalt einer Insel
Publisher: Hansen & Hansen, Itzehoe
Publication Date: 1967
Edition: First edition
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