A must-have for those interested in World War II, this informative map was published in July 1944 with an article entitled "Landing Craft for Invasion." This work shows the international boundaries as of Sept. 1, 1939, the day Germany invaded Poland, and boundaries as of Jan. 1, 1938, before Germany seized Austria and Czechoslovakia. It covers Germany, eastern France, Switzerland, Austria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, east Prussia, and southern Denmark. This version is laminatedfeaturing a "write and wipe" surface and durable plastic covering.
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33 1/2" x 26"
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Comments about 1938-39 Germany and Its Approaches Map, Laminated:
I will use this product to trace my fathers route during WWII. It is the perfect time frame map to use as well as highly accurate. I can draw on it with dry markers to trace the route. No Drawbacks. Thanks for a great product.
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