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On 199 pages, the »DDR-Guide« offers a wide range off information about the life in the DDR. 66 chapters, written by the DDR Museum's experts, are complemented with over twohundred pictures and graphics. Particulary interesting aspects of the DDR-history are illustrated through the 17 central objects presented in the book.
Playing the DDR way
The authors have collated 125 board games devised by resourceful East Germans, who were unable to buy new games. Now available for the first time in a single book.
Stefan Wolle tells the history of the DDR as the collective biography of its citizens. Writing with academic poise, literary flair and a wealth of first-hand experience, he provides a technicolour account of the history of the first Socialist Germany. Eschewing condemnation, he achieves a balanced view of the reality of life in its full inconsistency. The book is available in German.
Bürokratopoly is a fun game with a serious point. Invented by Martin Böttger in the 1980s, it soon became a hit in the political underground. Available in a prize-winning new edition, it has taken on an entirely new character whilst retaining its original authenticity.