David Galjaard Self Published, 2012. Softcover in red French-fold wrappers with title in black to front cover. First Edition, First Printing. Limited Editon of only 750 during the printing process, a very small printing error, a barely noticable blemish on a single page occurred in approximately 150 copies of the standard edition. This copy is part of that errata “Almost Perfect Edition” which includes the embossed blank stamp to inner front flap. Albanian Stalinist leader Enver Hoxha had around 750,000 above-ground bunkers built during his time in power, from 1945 until his death in 1985. After the collapse of communism in 1991, the virtually indestructible bunkers were deprived of their unfulfilled purpose, serving purely as an obtrusive reminder of a dictatorship that had had lasted for almost fifty years. Today their massed presence seems mainly to impress foreigners, while Albanians themselves prefer to look to the future. In this documentary, the bunkers are used as a visual metaphor in the telling of a larger social story. 13″ x 8″. 168 pages with numerous color photographic images throughout.