Originally published: Tōkyō : Tōkyō Atorasusha, Shōwa 13 . Reproduced in September 1948 by the Intelligence Div., EO GHQ FEC from original plates confiscated from Japanese sources. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Relief shown pictorially. Shows hand-writen weather information at various locations in Eastern China. Chinese and English. Title devised by cataloger. Includes inset of Lanzhou. Gift; Roger F. Wilcox; 1-11-2005. DLC 1 map ; 49 x 63 cm.
Original maps prepared by Rikugun Sanbō Honbu before 1945; these maps seem to be reprints made in China after the war. Relief shown by contours, hachures, and spot heights. Single set of characters readable as either Japanese or Chinese. Sheets individually numbered, e.g. Di 1 hao (Dai 1-gō) Sheets individually subtitled, e.g. Qiwangdao (Shinnōtō) 標高・自秦王島假定点以米達起算; 圖式・民國元年審定地形圖式. 14 maps ; 38 x 48 cm. 標高・自秦王島假定点以米達起算; ...
Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Sheets separately numbered, e.g. NN-46. Cartography 1943. Accompanied by index map: Mongolia. 1 sheet : ms., col. ; 46 x 47 cm. Includes coverage diagram and index map to adjoining sheets. 20 maps ; 45 x 41 cm.
Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Sheets separately titled in right margin, e.g. Ta-ku shan, Liao-ning sheng, Hsi-an hsien; Jilin sheng, Yitong xian. Sheets separately numbered, e.g. L 4410. Data in English stamped (dates hand written) on sheets, e.g. Engraved 1931, printed 1945, 1/50,000, C.M.A.C. 4th Ministry. Includes index map to adjoining sheets. maps ; mounted on linen ; 37 x 41 cm.
Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Sheets individually titled at top margin, e.g. Tang Cun = Tang-tsun. Sheets individually numbered at top margin, e.g. Sheet 1. Labels attached by Army Map Service, U.S. Army, Washington, D.C. 1944- , e.g. Kwangtung 1:50,000, Tang Cun, first edition-AMS 1, A.M.S. L781, sheet 1. Original published: Beijing? : Jun shi wei yuan hui jun ling bu lu ...
Names in Chinese characters with romanization. Reproduced from type-written copy. "Aplhabetical romanized index to the New atlas of the Chinese republic (published by the Shen Pao, Changhai, 1934, V.K. Ting, W.H. Wong, and S.Y. Tseng, editors)": p. 1-229. 2 p. l., lxxix, 229 p. 39 cm.
Contributor:United States Board on Geographical Names
Military topographic maps covers Hebei Sheng, China. Surveyed 1914, engraved 1915, printed in 1947. Relief shown by contours, hachures, and spot heights. Sheets individually titled at top margin, e.g. Zhucao Ying. Each sheet individually numbered, e.g. Funing Xian jin pang di 1 hao, B 46629. Includes index map to adjoining sheets. 9 maps ; 38 x 49 cm.