Columbus Großglobus für Staats- und Wirtschaftsführer
- Paul Ludwig Troost (Entwurf); Columbus-Verlag G.m.b.H.; Paul Oestergaard (Herstellung); Oswald Winkel (Geograf)
- Berlin (Stadt)
- um 1936
Picture of the world
Under Hitler, similar globes to this one stood in government buildings and other places. The world map it displays was specially redrawn to show not only countries and oceans, cities, rivers and mountains but also what links them: shipping, cable and aviation routes, and radio stations. The former German colonies are marked as such. Between 1935 and 1938 Columbus publishing house made around 100 of these globes in different versions based on designs by Paul Ludwig Troost. This globe probably came from the Haus des deutschen Handwerks (German Craft Centre) in Berlin.