A very neat coffee-table book on the T603 was published recently. It is a representative book about the legendary Tatra 603. On 384 pages he will personally tell you his life story. The book is richly illustrated with 354 images, including unique studio photos and a number of unpublished archive images.
Scroll through the book: https://www.heritageandzoom.com/p/tatra-603-jsem-zenska/#&gid=1&pid=1
On October 16th , the coffee-table book on a meeting of the villa Tugendhat and the Tatra77 was introduced at the Technical Museum in Prague.
Tatra 77 and Villa Tugendhat represent the top works of the early 1930s, which testify to the world level of design, automotive and architecture in the First Czechoslovakia Republic. The publication documents their first meeting, which took place in May 2017.
Natural harmony is celebrated by the unique author’s b/w photographs depicting the purity of shape and the highest level of craftsmanship. The accompanying texts in logically structured chapters then shed light on the remarkable conceptual and historical context of the timeless message of the creators, led by Hans Ledwink and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
See some inside pages of the book and find out how to order a copy: https://www.ami-publishing.cz/knihy/13-tugendhat-77-9788090593268.html
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On October 16th, a book on the Tatra T77 and the villa Tugendhat in Brno will be launched in Prague. The book is called TUGENDHAT 77 and includes documents of the historically first meeting of Tatra 77 and Villa Tugendhat.
Tatra Heritage association, National Technical Museum and Pavel Kasík
Operation Market Garden Route North, 22 September 2019. We were with the T57K only a very small part of the memorial rally of one of the biggest operations in WWII, but it was extremely interesting to cross all the bridges on our way to a bridge too far at Arnhem. The public was present in thousands and showed their gratitude by dressing up in contemporary clothes, children dressing up as soldiers, people parking their veteran cars on the kerbsides and not at least, they were yelling, singing and waving.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/davydutchy/albums/72157711149449448 All photos by Peter Visseer