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Relics of the Cold War,by Martin Roemers

Relics of the Cold War

Martin Roemers

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Impressive documentary photographs of remnants of the Cold War by Dutch documentary photographer Martin Roemers. 144 pp., 73 color ills. Edited by Nadine Barth, Texts by Nadine Barth and H. J. A. Hofland.
The Cold War is over, yet its traces are still visible. For forty long years, the Iron Curtain divided Europe into East and West; atomic-bomb shelters were built, weapons stockpiled, emergency drills carried out. Dutch documentary photographer Martin Roemers (*1962) decided to track down the remains of this period. For over ten years he repeatedly traveled through formerly hostile countries on both sides of the line: through eastern and western Germany, England, Belgium, the Netherlands, Poland, Ukraine , and other former East Bloc nations. He descended into underground tunnels; photographed abandoned control centers, old barracks, wrecked tanks, and ruined statues. In his images the era of enmity, the politics of deterrence, and the arms race appear ongoing and vivid, serving as a reminder for a future of peace.
Titel Relics of the Cold War
Author Martin Roemers
Signed No
ISBN 9783775725347
Language English
Dimensions (cm hxb) 28,5 x 26
Book condition Fine
Cover condition Fine
Condition description Almost like nes, minor bump to front board.
Binding Hardcover without dustjacket (as issued)
Edition First edition
Pages 144
Publisher Hatje Cantz Verlag
Publishing date 2009
Publishing place Ostfildern
Number published No
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