Shows military, naval, and air-force installations of all kinds in Soviet Union. Includes notes, tables of armor and personnel statistics by military theater, and inset of northern hemisphere showing naval and SSBN deployment. DRM
Also published under title: Atlas zur Interpretation von kosmischen Scanneraufnahmen, multispektralsystem "Fragment", Methodik und Ergebnisse. At head of title: Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Institute of Space Research; Moscow State University, Dept. of Geography; Academy of Sciences, of GDR, Central Instittue for Physics of the Earth, Institute of Geography and Geoecology.
Consists of various materials relating to the Cold War in Europe and, specifically, teaching aides illustrating Russian strategies for the occupation of Western Europe. Some items in Russian. Gift; Dastagir Wardak; January 1966. Inventory in Geography & Map Division Reading Room.
Scale ca. 1:12,000,000. Folded title: Intourist map of the Soviet Union. Shows distances. Includes illus. and insets of "To the Far East via the Trans-Siberian Railroad" and "Europe-Iran via the U.S.S.R. 4 1/2 days." Text on verso. AACR2
Cloth map. Has hemmed edge. Includes metric conversion table. Publisher's designations: R2 -- R3. LC copy gift of Ian Mumford, British Liaison Officer, D.M.A. Described in: Maps Division Cataloguers' Note no. 41 / MCE, MRLG. 1983. Item no.: MRLG Misc. 450-27. Official use only. Acquisitions control no.: 31-83 Vault
Relief shown by hachures. Map trimmed to cover European Russia and adjacent regions. Originally printed on 4 sheets. Extensively annotated in black ink to show ethnic groups in European Russia. On accompanying text sheet: Note--The red line represents the boundary assigned at Brest Litovsk and the one proposed by General Hoffman. "London: Published ... 1st January 1917." Accompanied by typewritten indexed legend and text: ...