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The German Question by Herbert Aptheker

Photo(s) by Make It Old. Imported from Flickr on May 11, 2024. Artwork published in
June 1959
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The German Question by Herbert Aptheker
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Rudolf Koch’s Neuland (1923) in use on the cover of a pamphlet by Herbert Aptheker (1915–2003), an American Marxist historian and political activist, published by New Century Publishers, New York, 1959.

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  • Neuland
  • Vogue

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2 Comments on “The German Question by Herbert Aptheker”

  1. The equilavents of these in Koch Grotesk by Poem would be 20 Text for “THE” and 36 3 Cicero for “GERMAN QUESTION”. Also I’m pretty sure that’s Vogue, not Tempo. Note the kitchen sink shaped r and circular b counter.

  2. Thanks, Quinn! Agreed.

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