Battles were raging in Asia, Europe, and Africa at the time of this map's publication in December 1943. International boundaries on this map are as of September 1, 1939, the day Germany invaded Poland. It features: Thousands of place names; Airline distances; Principal railways, trails, and canals; Mountains, passes, rivers, lakes, deserts, glaciers, and areas below sea level; Ruins and the Great Wall of China; Oil pipelines.
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This June 1953 map is a unique collectible,
featuring a wealth of historical information, including: Explorers' routes and immigrant trails; "Growth of Our Country" map; Historical notes, sites, and battlefields; Selected cities and highways; Mountain relief, major lakes, and rivers. ...
With its elaborate, illustrated border and stylish legend,
this April 1949 map is as attractive as it is informative. Features: Counties and their abbreviations; Roads, railways, and canals; Elevations; Castles, ruins, cathedrals, famous churches, battle sites, lighthouses, and other places ...
This map, covering Italy, Greece, Corsica, Tunisia, Yugoslavia,
Albania, Bulgaria, and western Turkey, was published in March 1940. An abundance of historical notes and detailed inset maps of ancient Athens, ancient Rome, and the Roman Empire illustrate the rich history ...