This beautifully rendered map of Europe was published in July 1915, one year into the first World War. A historical snapshot of a region in turmoil, this National Geographic classic map is a must-have for map collectors, as well as those interested in The Great War. It covers Europe, the western Turkish Empire, and western Russia, with a detailed inset of the Dardanelles.
Features: Colorful, distinct country borders; Thousands of place names including capitals, cities, and towns; Intricately rendered mountain ranges and rivers; Railroads and ship canals. This version is laminatedfeaturing a "write and wipe" surface and durable plastic covering.
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31" x 28"
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This June 1953 map is a unique collectible,
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