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: ...
Shows political status of areas controlled by German civil/military administration, Axis-controlled territories, neutral countries, and "Concentration camp limit of German-occupied territories". Also covers Mediterranean Sea region. Map of Eastern Europe on verso at scale ca. 1:5,500,000: Ghettoes in Nazi occupied Europe 1939-1944 / research--Avraham Milgram, Orit Adorian ; editing--Avraham Milgram. Index of ghettos and coverage map (inset) also on verso.
Relief shown by spot heights. Title at top of cover in English, French, and German; title at bottom of cover in 9 languages; legend in 12 languages. Title from cover. LC copy imperfect: Use-worn, torn at fold lines. Includes inset of southern European U.S.S.R. Coverage map on cover. "1963-395/II."
Scale ca. 1:2,200,000. Cover title: The Daily Telegraph Peace Conference map of eastern Europe, showing languages. Relief shown by spot heights. On cover: No. 4. From the papers of Oscar Terry Crosby. Inset: [Macedonia and northern Greece] AACR2
A535215 U.S. Copyright Office Scale not given. Title from verso. "A Sadlier map-pak." Map covers Europe and USSR. Verso information excludes Western Europe. "Phase one; The Traveler's game," text, and maps of physical features, climates, industry, natural resources, and the U.S.S.R. on verso. AACR2: 651/1; 651/2; 710/2
"Constructed and molded in 1954 from Eastern Europe 1:250,000, Series N501, edition 2-AMs ... 1950." Relief also shown by contours and spot heights. Depths shown by contours. Sheets separately titled and numbered, e.g. Sal'yany, U.S.S.R.. Standard map series designation: Series N501P. UTM: Zone 39. Includes glossary and index to adjacent sheets. ARP
Shows data for earthquakes with epicenters in Czechoslovakia, German Democratic Republic, Hungary, Poland, and the SW part of the Soviet Union; covers the years 1443-1973 inclusive, and May 6, l976. At head of title: KAPG. Commission of Academies of Sciences of Socialist Countries for Planetary Geophysical Reaseach, Working Group 4.3. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 5-). ARP
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
Covers Asia (north of the Tropic of Cancer) and Eastern Europe. Relief shown pictorially. Facsimile. Original version: Imperii Russici et Tartariae Universae, tam majoris et Asiaticæ, quam minoris et Europææ [sic] tabvla : ex recentissimis et probatissimis monumentis et relationibus concinnata, et ad legitimas projectionum geographic. regulas plane exacta / opera Ioh. Mathiae Hasii, Math. P.P. ; Seb. Dorn sc. Norimbergæ : Impensis Homanniorum ...
Road map with tourist features. Relief shown by shading, gradient tints, and spot heights. Also covers Baltic States and Moldova. Legend in English, German, Hungarian, and French. Copyright: Cartographia 1994. Col. xerographic copy. Includes cyrillic-alphabet transliteration table. "673055-05." "GW7239." LC copy is photocopy of proof sheet.