Shows attack and return route of the 663rd Engineers from Liverpool, England to France, Belgium, Netherlands, and Germany in western Europe during World War II. Ink signature of Gruber in lower right margin. Gift; Paul Richard Gruber; 8-17-2005.
Contributor:United States. Army. Engineer Combat Battalion, 633Rd.
Shows Western and Central European countries. Includes descriptive lists of bridge construction and military information. In lower left margin: 24/Apr 45/663rd ENGRS./458. Gift; Louis C. Habig; 3-31-2005.
Contributor:United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Engineer Co., 663Rd.
Covers area bounded by Peterborough, Berlin, Perùgia, and Toulouse. Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Legend in English, French, German, and Italian. Also issued folded in cover. Includes note. "A/M 1049."
Relief shown by gradient tints and spot heights. Depths shown by contours and gradient tints. Also covers central Europe. Legend in English, French, German, and Italian. Also issued as flat sheet without cover. Includes notes. Text, location and coverage maps, col. ill., and bar-codes on cover. "A/M1122."
Road maps of northern Central Europe. Relief shown by shading and spot heights. "12/04-3/07." Title from panel. At head of panel title: AAA international series. Copyright: AAA with distribution rights within the Americas. Cartography (c) GEOnext--Istituto geografico De Agostini, Novara, and (c) Automobile Association Developments Limited 2004 (A02124). Includes notes, indexes of places, 5 ancillary city route maps, ancillary distance/travel-time map, and col. ill.
Contributor:Automobile Association Developments Limited
Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Shows occupation zones in Germany and Austria, "Russian and Polish boundaries according to treaties and claims as of July 1, 1951." Issued with the National geographic magazine, v. 100, no. 3, Sept. 1951.
Contributor:National Geographic Society (U.S.). Cartographic Division
Cloth map showing roads, coastal defence area, and boundary between occupied and non-occupied France. Silk map carried by McDowell while flying missions over Europe during World War II. Road map of Central Europe, scale 1:3,000,000 on verso. "No. 7329A." Gift; Joseph William McDowell; 11-3-2010.
Relief shown by spot heights. Title from panel. Imperfect: Annotated in red/green marker inks to show recommended routes. Includes index of places, inset of northern Scandinavia, inset of southern Finland, col. ill., distance table, and advertisement. "1043."
Road maps. Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Panel title. Copyright: American Automobile Association with distribution rights within the Americas. Includes notes, indexes of places, 5 ancillary city route maps, ancillary distance/travel-time map, bar-code, and col. ill.
Contributor:Automobile Association (Great Britain)