Relief shown by shading and spot heights. "3-71." "Names and boundary representation are not necessarily authoritative." Ancillary maps: Vegetation-economic resources -- Ethnic groups -- Population -- Selected administrative units -- Border history and claims. Includes location map and text.
United States. Army Topographic Command
Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Single set of characters readable as either Japanese or Chinese. Selected place names in katakana (letters of Japanese alphabet). Sheets numbered, e.g. Sono 1 thru Sono 3. Annotated with coordinates on some sheets. Issued as confidential document. Includes index map to adjacent sheets. ARP
"... shows the varying Chinese claims of 1956 and 1960." Also shows the line roughly separating Chinese and Indian forces on 7th September 1962. Relief shown by spot heights. Includes inset of "The India-China boundary." LC copy annotated in ink and pencil.
India. Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity
"37380 4-63." Series number varies on sheets. Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Nepal, Chinese and English. "Surveyed and drafted by the 1st joint small unit of the Sino-Nepalese frontier joint commission 3, January 1961." Accompanied by legend sheet. 1 sheet ; 40 cm.
Relief shown by contours, form lines, and spot heights. Boundary of Outer and Inner Mongolia highlighted in red on black-and-white maps. Sheets individually subtitled in upper margin by place names, e.g. Chia-kang-sai-lin. Originally stamped for restricted distribution. Includes sheet index.
China. Can Mou Ben Bu. Kao Cha Menggu DI Xing Dui
Woodblock print. Shows the Great Wall of China, the defense sturctures of the military towns along the border and the coast. Also shows the number of soldiers and horses stationed in the border towns. Enlarged Universal terrestrial atlas of China. Covers Yellow River, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Southeast Asia, and the administrative divisions of China in Ming Dynasty. Relief shown pictorially. Compiled by Luo Hongxian ...
Shows Mongolia and Inner Mongolia territorial changes: boundaries and administrative divisions, from Qing Dynasty to 1949. Accompanied by text: Menggu di qu xian dai yan bian tu zhi. 26 p. ; 27 cm. Includes location map. DRM