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1967 - 1993 Die Toten

Artist
Hans-Peter Feldmann
Date
1998
Publisher
Feldmann Verlag
Format
Artists' Books
Description

Bookwork documenting individuals that died in clashes arising out of the Baader-Meinhof terrorist group activities in Germany. Arranged in chronological order, this exhaustive project features images of each victim associated with this violent chapter in German history. Victims on both sides are represented – from the innocent bystanders, to the members of the group, to the police officers. Text in German.

  1. 1967 - 1993 Die Toten
 

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