Published in February 1967 with the article "Behind the Headlines in Viet Nam," this map covers Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand (Siam).
Map features inset of the Continuation of Thailand; relief shown by light and shadow as if from sun low in the northwest; geographical equivalents; railroads and roads (both existing and under construction), route numbers, tracks and trails, airfields, and canals; warm currents and channel depths for principal ports; rice fields, swamps, rivers, and lakes.
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Not available outside the contiguous 48 United States.
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