Germany. A picture book
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Isabel Kreitz turns historic events in East and West Germany between 1949 and 2008 into picture stories. From the building of the wall to the fall of the wall, from the law on equal rights for women to the introduction of the EURO - Isabel Kreitz combines the big moments of German post-war history with scenes that show how history changed the everyday life of citizens, be it for one day, or for a lifetime. "Humorous, intellectual, historical and graphic" a successful picture book about Germany. (Andreas Platthaus, FAZ October 5, 2011).
Isabel Kreitz (* 1967, Hamburg) studied Design at the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg and the New York Parsons School of Design. She has published numerous comic books, booklets and graphic novels.
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