This map was published in January 1965, marking the beginning of heavy U.S. troop deployment to Vietnam. It is a fine companion for the 1967 map of the region. Features: Inset map showing the relation to the rest of Asia; Colorful borders; Thousands of place names; Railroads, roads, trails, canals, and airfields; Warm currents, ocean depths, and port depths in feet; Rivers and lakes. This version, printed on high-quality, semi-gloss paper, is perfect for framing.
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11" x 20 1/2"
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National Geographic published this classic world map in
December 1943, in the midst of World War II. Compared to many of the other world maps by the National Geographic Society, this one has a decidedly dark cast, possibly a reflection ...
Originally produced only in woodcut form, this map
was published in National Geographic Magazine in April 1893, just five years after the Society's inception. This Latin version was first published in April of 1493, followed by a German version in ...