This map of Central Europe and the Mediterranean shows international boundaries as of September 1, 1939, before Germany invaded Poland. Published in October 1939, this map covers Central Europe, western USSR, western Turkey, and the Mediterranean coasts of Asia and Africa. It features names of countries in English and the national language; thousands of other place names; natural features; and modes of transportation.
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37" x 27 1/2"
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