I used to have a decent collection of WWII items from the US, Japan, Germany and the USSR. Between a divorce and hard time, I have gotten rid of most of it. I purchased this book in Nuernberg, Germany in 2001. It's simply amazing. It has a calendar for 1936 as well as uniform insignia, and everything that pertained to life in 1936 Germany. It's mostly black and white, however there are few color pages. One includes the country's leader as well as flags of Germany, flags of other nations, map and street signs. This book is like the wikipedia for everyday life in Germany. There are distance graphs as well as laws and everything that you need to know to function. This book is from before the war and the atrocities that were committed. It's very rare for something like this to have survived. I had it appraised in 2008 and its worth was estimated between $700 and $750. I would like to see it go to a new home where a collector could appreciate it more, since I no longer maintain a WWII collection. This book measures approximately 5.75" x 4.25" x 1.25" and has over 850 pages. I would like to trade this for a handgun or possibly a cowboy action rifle or ammo or travelocity roaming gnomes or something... Send me offers and maybe we'll have a match. I am willing to sell this as well. Send me a PM if you are interested. EDIT: MAKE ME AN OFFER! I'm not necessarily asking for what it was appraised for. If you have a reasonable trade, then make me an offer. I think this book may do better with someone that might appreciate it. I've removed the censored pictures and added uncensored versions.