A must-have for history buffs, this map depicts Europe and Western Russia as established by the Peace Conference of Paris. New political borders, borders as they existed before World War I, international territories, and territories subject to plebiscite are detailed on this map, which accompanied three articles on Europe in the February 1921 issue of National Geographic. This version is laminatedfeaturing a "write and wipe" surface and durable plastic covering.
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31" x 33"
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Earthquakes shake California continually while volcanoes loom over
northern California, Oregon, and Washington. These different hazards are caused by different kinds of plate boundariesa transform fault to the south, and a subduction zone to the north. This map shows: Active ...
An exceptional historical piece, this map was published
in February 1942. It includes natural features, time zones, ship routes, distance by air and rail, and naval basesmaking it a valuable map for collectors and those interested in World War II. ...
A must-have for civil war buffs, this April
1961 map is based on a map on which General Grant marked his proposed lines of operation, and it portrays the country as it was charted in 1863. Features: Inset map showing ...