Released 1933–35 in 5 styles, starting with the schmal (condensed) and including a licht (open). Originally to be named Deutschland. [Reichardt] Also adapted for the Linotype.
Revived by Berthold Fototypes in the 1970s. Gerhard Helzel’s digitization (2001–04) includes all 5 styles and decorated caps in two weights. Delbanco’s DS-Tannenberg spans 2 weights with (ahistoric?) obliques plus decorated caps. DS-Tannenberg-DR (Deutsche Reichsbahn) is a modification by Mathias Hiller made for model railway enthusiasts: it resembles the lettering on trains and stations and comes in 2 weights.