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, printed on high-quality, semi-gloss paper, is perfect for framing.
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31" x 33"
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National Geographic published this classic world map in
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