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There are many locations that are supposed to be haunted. usually because something tragic or violent has happened there, although not necessarily so. I do hope to add further comments to the books listed here. But that is something that is definitely going to take me some time.

Jacques Alexander :

"Les énigmes de la survivance" [1972]

Editions Gerard & Co, Verviers, Belgium, 1972 - pp.310

I am not a hundred percent sure that this book should be in this section. I seem to remember that there must be a special chapter about ghosts. Anyway, there must have been some reason why I put it here. I will check it out...

anon. :

"Ghosts, Witchcraft and the Other World - Icelandic Folktales I" [1977]

Iceland Review, Reykjavik, Iceland, 1978 - pp.92

Iceland...

anon. :

"Histoire des Vampires et des Spectres Malfaisans" [1820]

Librairie Masson, Paris, France, 1820 - pp.284

The history of vampires and malevolent ghosts.

anon. :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken" [1996]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 1996 - pp.238

"Die Schwarzen Führer" is an excellent series of guide books that seems to cover all of Germany. There are lots of interesting items about ghosts and hauntings, werewolves and vampires and other mysterious things. And apart from the text and the information, there are all kinds of nice old illustrations.

anon. :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Nordwest-Deutschland" [1996]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 1996 - pp.174

You can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken". This one here, as you undoubtedly will have guessed, is about the North-Western part of Germany.

anon. :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Schwaben - Bodensee" [1996]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 1996 - pp.248

You can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken".

anon. :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Schwarzwald" [1996]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 1996 - pp.178

You can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken". This one is about the Schwarzwald, also know as the Black Forest.

anon. :

"Les Spectres et les Demons" [no date]

Bibliotheque de la Conversation, Paris, France, no date - pp.154

Nice little old book. I bet it dates back to the 19th Century.

E. M. Arndt :

"Vom nordischen Hausbau und Hausgeist" [1857]

Verlag Friedrich Frommann, Jena, Germany, 1857 - pp.14

Curious old book.

Johan Ballegeer :

"Spokerijen in het Brugse vrije" [1979]

Europese Bibliotheek, Zaltbommel, Netherlands, 1979 - pp.92

This one is part of a series of books with ghost stories from the Netherlands and Belgium

Dennis Bardens :

"Ghosts and Hauntings" [1965]

Fontana-Collins, Glasgow, UK, 1967 - pp.256

Nice little book that covers a number of ghosts and hauntings.

Werner Bartens :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - der Harz" [1997]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 1997 - pp.202

You can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken". Here is one about the Harz region.

Jörg Bartscher-Kleudgen :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Eifel - Mosel" [2002]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 2002 - pp.238

You can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken". This one is about one of the better known wine areas of Germany.

Ingrid Berle, Marie Louise Hofmann, Renate Könke and Marie-Louise Schmeer-Storm:

"Die Schwarzen Führer - München - Oberbayern" [1998]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 1998 - pp.312

You can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken". This one is all about the town of München and the region around it. Biergarten, Lederhosen, Oktober Festen and above all large, extremely large amounts of beer.

Ingrid Berle, Marie Louise Hofmann and Renate Könke :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Niederbayern - Oberpfalz" [2000]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 2000 - pp.238

As you will know by now, I am not going to do a review on each and every book, so you can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken"

Ingrid Berle and Hildegard Gerlach :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Rheinland" [2001]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 2001 - pp.238

As with all the "Schwarzen Führer" guides, you can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken"

Patrice Boussel :

"Guide de l'Ile-de-France Mystérieuse" [1976]

Editions Tchou, Paris, France, 1976 - pp.768

Excellent series of guide books that seems to cover most of France. Legends, ghosts, mysteries... Very nicely illustrated with old pictures. Sadly I have not managed to find all of them. For it is a great series.

Patrice Boussel :

"Histoires et Legendes de la Normandie Mysterieuse" [1987]

Editions Sand, Paris, France, 1987 - pp.252

This series of books, of which I only have two or three, is much less comprehensive than the Guide Mystérieuse Guide Books. But they do give much more room to the stories.

J.A. Brooks (ed.) :

"Cornish Ghosts and Legends" [no date]

Jarrold Colour Publications, Norwich, UK, no date - pp.144

This is a selection of stories from "Traditions and Hearthside Stories of West Cornwall", a 3 volumed work written by William Bottrell, publication of which started in 1870.

M.Brusegan, A.Scarsella and M.Vittorio :

"Guida Insolita ai misteri, ai segreti, alle leggende, alle curiosità di Venezia" [2000]

Newton & Compton editori, Roma, Italy, 2001 - pp.384

Great series of hardbound guide books that appears to cover most of Italy. Mysteries, secrets, legends, ghosts and other curious facts. Nicely illustrated. Some of them are about particular regions, others about the larger towns, and some about specific subjects. If you do read Italian go check it out. This one - obviously - is about Venice.

Patrick Byrne :

"Irish Ghost Stories" [no date]

The Mercier Press, Cork, Ireland, no date - pp.96

Small book, but it does have some interesting stories.

Marie Capdecomme :

"La Vie des Morts - Enquete sur les Fantomes d'Hier et d'Aujourd'hui" [1997]

Editions Imago, Paris, France, 1997 - pp.330

The life of the Dead, phantoms, ghosts... Good book.

François Caradec & Jean-Robert Masson (ed.) :

"Guide de Paris Mystérieux" [1985]

Editions Tchou, Paris, France, 1985 - pp.766

You can find my more general comments on this series above at "Patrice Boussel - "Guide de l'Ile-de-France Mystérieuse". This one is all about Paris and its mysteries. Nice one !

Massimo Centini :

"Guida Insolita ai misteri, ai segreti, alle leggende, alle curiosità e ai luoghi del Italia dei Fantasmi" [2001]

Newton & Compton editori, Roma, Italy, 2001 - pp.378

You can find my more general comments on this series above at "M.Brusegan, A.Scarsella and M.Vittorio - "Guida Insolita ai misteri, ai segreti, alle leggende, alle curiosità di Venezia".

Massimo Centini :

"Guida Insolita ai misteri, ai segreti, alle leggende, alle curiosità del Piemonte" [1999]

Newton & Compton editori, Roma, Italy, 1999 - pp.312

You can find my more general comments on this series above at "M.Brusegan, A.Scarsella and M.Vittorio - "Guida Insolita ai misteri, ai segreti, alle leggende, alle curiosità di Venezia". This one covers Piemonte, which is a very nice place to be if you do like good food.

Jean-Paul Clébert :

"Guide de la Provence Mystérieuse" [1986]

Editions Tchou, Paris, France, 1992 - pp.590

You can find my more general comments on this series at "Patrice Boussel - "Guide de l'Ile-de-France Mystérieuse". This one is about the Provence. Which is a very nice place to stay, especially in summer. I certainly would not mind living there on a permanent basis.

Cogitus :

"Blicke in die Traum- und Geisterwelt" [no date]

Prana Verlag, Pfullingen, Germany, no date - pp.62

Visions of the world of dreams and ghosts.

Silvia Coppini Spini and Ambrogio Strada :

"Guida Insolita ai misteri, ai segreti, alle leggende, alle curiosità di Milano" [2000]

Newton & Compton editori, Roma, Italy, 2000 - pp.318

You can find my more general comments on this series above at "M.Brusegan, A.Scarsella and M.Vittorio - "Guida Insolita ai misteri, ai segreti, alle leggende, alle curiosità di Venezia". This one - as you will have guessed - is all about the beautiful city of Milano.

Santi Correnti :

"Guida Insolita ai misteri, ai segreti, alle leggende, alle curiosità della Sicilia" [1998]

Newton & Compton editori, Roma, Italy, 1999 - pp.348

I hate to repeat myself again and again, but you can find my more general comments on this series above at "M.Brusegan, A.Scarsella and M.Vittorio - "Guida Insolita ai misteri, ai segreti, alle leggende, alle curiosità di Venezia". Sicilia... Need I say more ? I don't think so. Oh no, not me !

Catherine Crowe :

"The Night-side of Nature - or Ghosts and Ghost-seers" [1848]

The Aquarian Press, Wellingborrough, UK, 1986 - pp.452

Nice reprint of an old classic which offers quite a bit of interesting material.

Bernard Duhourcau :

"Guide des Pyrénées Mystérieuses" [1985]

Editions Tchou, Paris, France, 1985 - pp.656

You can find my more general comments on this series at "Patrice Boussel - "Guide de l'Ile-de-France Mystérieuse". This one covers the mountain area between France and Spain.

David Farrant :

"Dark Journey - True cases of ghostly phenomena" [1999]

British Psychic and Occult Society, London, UK, 1999 - pp.104

There are quite a few cases that sound interesting to me.

Joan Forman :

"Haunted East Anglia" [1974]

Jarrold Colour Publications, Norwich, UK, 1985 - pp.144

In case - like myself - you are not British, you may wonder about the "East Anglia" label. This book covers the following counties: Norfolk, Lincolnshire, Suffolk, Huntingdonshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Essex and Northamptonshire.

Wilhelm Gaj-Piotrowski :

"Duchy i Demony w wierzeniach ludowych z okolic Stalowej Woli - Rozwadowa i Tarnobrzega" [1993]

Polskie Towarzystwo Ludoznawcze, Wroclaw, Poland, 1993 - pp.228

Brilliant little book about all kinds of supernatural entities from Poland. The book is very nicely illustrated and seems to be quite comprehensive. Now all that I will have to do - God help us all - is learn to read Polish... Thanks very much Upiory, for bringing this wonderful book to my attention !

Everard Gewin :

"Nederlandsch Volksgeloof" [1925]

W.J. Thieme & Cie, Zutphen, Netherlands, 1925 - pp.96

Popular belief in the Netherlands.

Andrew Green :

"Our Haunted Kingdom" [1973]

Fontana-Collins, Glasgow, UK, 1974 - pp.336

Nice collection of hauntings from the U.K.

Roger Guttridge :

"Ten Dorset Mysteries" [1989]

Ensign Publications, Southampton, UK, 1991 - pp.160

Among other things there are the hauntings in Tarrant Gunville.

Lord Halifax :

"Lord Halifax's Ghost Book" [1936]

Fontana-Collins, Glasgow, UK, 1973 - pp.194

Reprint of a nice book.

Danielle Hemmert and Alex Roudene :

"L'Univers des Fantomes" [1972]

Editions Albin Michel, Paris, France, 1972 - pp.244

All about phantoms and ghosts or so it seems. So where is it ?

Antony D. Hippisley Coxe :

"Haunted Britain" [1973]

Pan Books, London, UK, 1973 - pp.202

Very nicely illustrated book that covers most of the UK.

Rainer Hohberg :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Thüringen" [1998]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 1998 - pp.276

You can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken"

Bernhardt J. Hurwood :

"Terror by Night" [1963]

Lancer Books, New York, USA, 1963 - pp.128

I can't honestly say that I am a great fan of Mr. Hurwood, but this one is not so bad.

John H Ingram :

"The Haunted Homes and family traditions of Great Britain" [1897]

Gibbings & Company, London, UK, 1897 - pp.642

Another good old classic, concentrating on the stately homes and mansions of the aristocracy.

Aniela Jaffé :

"Apparitions - Fantomes, Reves et Mythes" [1978]

Mercure de France - Le Mail, no place, France, 1983 - pp.262

Apparitions - Phantoms, Dreams and Myths.

Sharon Jarvis (ed.) :

"Dead Zones" [1992]

Warner Books, New York, USA, 1992 - pp.208

All I seem to remember is that the Highgate Vampire also gets a mention.

Emile Jobbé-Duval :

"Les Morts Malfaisants" [1924]

Editions Exergue, Chambéry, France, 2000 - pp.206

Brilliant study about the "evil dead" in ancient Rome, written by a French expert on Roman law, belief, customs and superstition

Richard Krebber and Jan. C. van der Heide :

"Spookhuizen en Geestverschijningen" [1997]

Uitgeverij Citadel, Oegstgeest, Netherlands, 1997 - pp.192

Haunted houses and ghosts.

Annette Lauras-Pourrat :

"Guide de l'Auvergne Mystérieuse" [1989]

Editions Tchou, Paris, France, 1989 - pp.590

You can find my more general comments on this series at "Patrice Boussel - "Guide de l'Ile-de-France Mystérieuse".

Rodney Legg :

"Mysterious Dorset" [1987]

Dorset Publishing Company, Dorset, UK, 1987 - pp.140

I bought this because there is a chapter about a supposed vampire. But the rest is not bad either.

Lutz Mackensen :

"Geister, Hexen und Zauber" [1938]

Verlag L. Ehlermann, Dresden, Germany, 1938 - pp.76

Ghosts, witches and sorcery.

Cyrille de Neubourg :

"Fantomes et maisons hantées" [1957]

Edition Bernard Grasset, Paris, France, 1957 - pp.160

Cheaply produced paperback about "Phantoms and Haunted Houses", but the illustrations and stories make up for it.

Stephan Nuding :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Bergisches Land" [1997]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 1997 - pp.178

You can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken"

Gabriele und Fred Oberhauser :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Saarland - die Saar" [2000]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 2000 - pp.238

You can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken"

Elliot O'Donnell :

"Ghostland" [1925]

Cecil Palmer, London, UK, 1925 - pp.260

I must have many more books by Elliott O'Donnell. The question is, where did I hide them ?

Elliot O'Donnell :

"Phantoms of the Night" [1956]

Brown, Watson Ltd, London, UK, 1963 - pp.216

Well, I managed to unearth a second one. And being an optimist (never mind what people say about me) I am confident that it will only be a matter of time before the rest will follow.

Elliot O'Donnell :

"Scottish Ghost Stories" [no date]

Jarold Colour Publications, Norwich, UK, 1975 - pp.180

And here is a third one. There must be at least 5 or 6 more to follow. First let's find them, and then I will make my comments.

Anton van Oirschot :

"Spoken en Kastelen in Nederland" [1974]

Uitgeverij Het Spectrum, Utrecht, Netherlands, 1974 - pp.108

Large size book with large size illustrations about ghosts and castles in the Netherlands.

Mme Gabrielle de P***** :

"Histoire des Fantomes et de Démons qui se sont montrés parmi les Hommes" [1819]

Locard et Davi, Paris, France, 1819 - pp.242

Lovely old book about phantoms and demons.

P.N. Panken & Johan Biemans :

"Spokerijen in de Kempen" [1973]

Europese Bibliotheek, Zaltbommel, Netherlands, 1983 - pp.78

This one is part of a series of books with ghost stories from the Netherlands and Belgium

Astrid Paulsen & Ulrike Looft-Gaude :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Hamburg - Schleswig-Holstein" [1998]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 1998 - pp.238

You can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken". This one is about the most Northern part of Germany.

Johannes Praetorius :

"Hexen-, Zauber- und Spukgeschichten aus dem Blocksbergs" [1669]

Insel Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 1979 - pp.222

A reprint of an old classic that offers much interesting material.

Claudio Rendina :

"Guida Insolita ai misteri, ai segreti, alle leggende, alle curiosità di Roma" [1998]

Newton & Compton editori, Roma, Italy, 1999 - pp.572

You can find my more general comments on this series above at "M.Brusegan, A.Scarsella and M.Vittorio - "Guida Insolita ai misteri, ai segreti, alle leggende, alle curiosità di Venezia". This one is all about Rome, the eternal city, the Pope, strange churches and other places etc., etc.

Stefano Rizzelli and Roberta Marcucci :

"Guida Insolita ai misteri, alle leggende, alle feste e alle curiosità del Sacro in Italia" [1999]

Newton & Compton editori, Roma, Italy, 1999 - pp.384

And yes, once again you can find my more general comments on this series above at "M.Brusegan, A.Scarsella and M.Vittorio - "Guida Insolita ai misteri, ai segreti, alle leggende, alle curiosità di Venezia". This one is not about some town or region. It is all about Sacred things. And, believe me, there is plenty of that in Italy. Saints, processions, miracles, holy places...

Renzo Rossotti :

"Guida Insolita ai misteri, ai segreti, alle leggende, alle curiosità di Torino" [1998]

Newton & Compton editori, Roma, Italy, 1999 - pp.352

And here goes another one. You can find my more general comments on this series above at "M.Brusegan, A.Scarsella and M.Vittorio - "Guida Insolita ai misteri, ai segreti, alle leggende, alle curiosità di Venezia". This one is all about the beautiful town of Torino. A town full of mystery. It also happens to be the town where my good friend, scholar and vampire expert, Franco Pezzini lives.

Hartmut Schmied :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Mecklenburg - Vorpommern" [2001]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 2001 - pp.192

You can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken"

Renate Schmidt and Gustav-Adolf Schmidt :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Westfalen" [1997]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 1997 - pp.240

And once again you can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken"

Claude Seignolle :

"Histoires et Legendes de la Gascogne et de la Guyenne Mystérieuses" [1986]

Editions Sand, Paris, France, 1986 - pp.254

This series of books, of which I only have two or three, is much less comprehensive than the Guide Mystérieuse Guide Books. But they do give much more room to the stories.

Jacque R.W. Sinninghe :

"Spokerijen in Rijnland, Delfland en Schieland" [1977]

Europese Bibliotheek, Zaltbommel, Netherlands, 1977 - pp.68

This one is part of a series of books with ghost stories from the Netherlands and Belgium.

Jacque R.W. Sinninghe :

"Spokerijen in de Zaanstreek en Waterland" [1975]

Europese Bibliotheek, Zaltbommel, Netherlands, 1975 - pp.56

This one is part of a series of books with ghost stories from the Netherlands and Belgium. It covers the region above Amsterdam.

Sheila St.Clair :

"Mysterious Ireland" [1994]

Robert Hale, London, UK, 1994 - pp.176

Apparently there is more to Ireland than Guinness and Irish music.

P.J. Stolk :

"Het Spook - een confrontatie" [1952]

Van Loghum Slaterus, Arnhem, Netherlands, 1952 - pp.112

The Dutch word "spook" can be used for ghosts as well as phantoms. So I will stick to "spook". Here are some chapter headings: "The spook in our times", "Phenomenology of spooks", "The function of the spook", "The spook as symbol for individualisation", etc., etc. Serious stuff...

Dick Sutphen :

"Unseen Influences" [1982]

Pocket Books, New York, USA, 1982 - pp.190

Another book that seems to have been spirited away.

R. Thurston Hopkins :

"Cavalcade of Ghosts" [1913]

Panther Books, London, UK, 1963 - pp.220

Welcome reprint of an old classic.

Peter Underwood :

"A Gazetteer of British Ghosts" [1971]

Pan Books, London, UK, 1975 - pp.286

Peter Underwood, president of... what was it, the Ghost Club ? should need no further introduction. This is a nice book that covers a number of British cases.

Peter Underwood :

"A Gazetteer of Scottish Ghosts" [1973]

Fontana-Collins, Glasgow, UK, 1974 - pp.194

Same thing here, except it is Scottish ghosts this time.

Peter Underwood :

"Haunted London" [1973]

Fontana-Collins, Glasgow, UK, 1975 - pp.224

And on we go to have a look at the ghastly horrors of London.

Various Authors :

"Guida ai Misteri e Segreti di Roma" [1968]

Sugar Editore, Milano, Italy, 1968 - pp.442

Another good guide book to the mysteries and secrets of Rome.

Various Authors :

"Paris Secret" [1998]

Guides Gallimard, Paris, France, 1998 - pp.256
ISBN 2 7424 0338 8

Nicely produced and illustrated guide book to some of the lesser known secrets of Paris.

Gust van de Wall Perné :

"Veluwsche Sagen" [1916]

Scheltens & Giltay, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1916 - pp.136

The "Veluwe" is a region somewhere in the middle of the Netherlands. And it appears that there are plenty of legends and shall we say old-wives tales over there.

Terence W. Whitaker :

"Lancashire's Ghosts and Legends" [1980]

Granada, London, UK, 1980 - pp.224

Like the title says: ghosts and legends from Lancashire.

J. W. Wickwar :

"The Ghost World - its realities, apparitions and spooks" [no date]

Jarrolds, London, UK, no date - pp.158

Nice old book with interesting bits and pieces.

Colin Wilson, Damon Wilson and Rowan Wilson :

"World Famous True Ghost Stories" [1994]

Magpie Books, London, UK, 1994 - pp.122

Actually, I much prefer rare and unknow ghost stories above "world famous" ones. But for this type of book it is not bad at all.

Frank Winkelmann :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Hannover - südliches Niedersachsen" [2002]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 2002 - pp.192

You can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken". This one is about the town of Hannover and the surrounding region. I once went to Hannover in search of traces of serial killer Fritz Haarmann. And found some facts that maybe I did not want to know. Well, maybe I did.

Frank Winkelmann :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Sachsen" [1997]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 1997 - pp.264

Geeze, I hate to keep repeating myself but that is the problem with these multi-volumed series. You can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken"

Frank Winkelmann :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Sachsen-Anhalt" [1999]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 1999 - pp.250

You can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken"

Johanna Maria Ziemann :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Hessen - südlicher Teil" [1999]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 1999 - pp.260

Once again, you can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken"

Reinhild Zuckschwerdt :

"Die Schwarzen Führer - Berlin - Brandenburg" [1999]

Eulen Verlag Harald Gläser, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, 1999 - pp.214

You can find my more general comments on this interesting series of illustrated guide books above at "anon - "Die Schwarzen Führer - Franken". Well, I guess everyone knows where Berlin is. Which saves me the trouble of explaining. I was never good at geography. Though I am good at reading maps and even better at finding my way around without a map just following my instinct. I have been to Berlin, both East and West, way back in 1965, I think it was. And I have been back again in 1966 or maybe 1967. Sadly, I have not been back ever since.


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