Format Maps
Contributors Királyi Magyar Térképészeti Intézet
Királyi Magyar Térképészeti Intézet
Dates 1924
Location Iraq
Turkey
Language French
Subjects Boundaries
Economic Conditions
Ethnology
Iraq
Population
Turkey
Title
Question de la frontière entre la Turquie et l'Irak : rapport présenté au Conseil par la Commission constituée en vertu de la résolution du 30 septembre 1924 /
Description
Covers northern Iraq. French and English. Coverage complete in 11 maps according to title sheet. 4. Map compiled according to the ethnographical map submitted by the British Government to the League of Nations in September 1924 : 1:1,000,000 -- 5. Map compiled according to the ethnographical map of estern Turkey in Asia, Syria, and western Persia, published by the Royal Geographical Society in 1910 : 1:1,000,000 -- 6. Ethnographical map of the contested territory compiled by the Commission according to the latest statistics drawn up by the Government of Iraq : 1:1,000,000 -- 7. Map showing the density of population of the contested area ... as submitted by the respective governments : 1:3,000,000 -- 8. Winterquarters [sic], routes of migration, and summer quarters of Kurdish nomads : 1:2,000,000 : [with 3 tissue-paper overlays] -- 9. Economic map : 1:2,000,000 -- 10. Map showing cultivated and barren areas, forests, and pasture : 1:2,000,000 -- 11. Copy of the irrigation-project for lower Mesopotamia ... showing the frontier claimed by Turkey and Dyalah Reservoir : 1:3 000 000. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. maps ; some col. ; on sheets 46 x 50 cm. or smaller.
Contributor Names
Királyi Magyar Térképészeti Intézet.
Created / Published
[Geneva?] : Société des nations, [1924?-
Subject Headings
-  Iraq--Boundaries--Turkey
-  Turkey--Boundaries--Iraq
-  Ethnology--Iraq
-  Iraq--Population
-  Iraq--Economic conditions
-  Iraq
-  Turkey
Notes
-  Covers northern Iraq.
-  French and English.
-  Coverage complete in 11 maps according to title sheet.
-  4. Map compiled according to the ethnographical map submitted by the British Government to the League of Nations in September 1924 : 1:1,000,000 -- 5. Map compiled according to the ethnographical map of estern Turkey in Asia, Syria, and western Persia, published by the Royal Geographical Society in 1910 : 1:1,000,000 -- 6. Ethnographical map of the contested territory compiled by the Commission according to the latest statistics drawn up by the Government of Iraq : 1:1,000,000 -- 7. Map showing the density of population of the contested area ... as submitted by the respective governments : 1:3,000,000 -- 8. Winterquarters [sic], routes of migration, and summer quarters of Kurdish nomads : 1:2,000,000 : [with 3 tissue-paper overlays] -- 9. Economic map : 1:2,000,000 -- 10. Map showing cultivated and barren areas, forests, and pasture : 1:2,000,000 -- 11. Copy of the irrigation-project for lower Mesopotamia ... showing the frontier claimed by Turkey and Dyalah Reservoir : 1:3 000 000.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Medium
maps ; some col. ; on sheets 46 x 50 cm. or smaller.
Call Number
G7611.F2 svar .K5 MLC
Repository
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g7611fm gct00117 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gmd/g7611fm.gct00117
Library of Congress Catalog Number
92683727
http://lccn.loc.gov/92683727


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