Scale 1:1,000,000; v 1 santimetre 10 kilometrov. "Ravnougolʹnai︠a︡ konicheskai︠a︡ proekt︠s︡ii︠a︡." Relief shown by shading, gradient tints, and spot heights. Depths shown by gradient tints and soundings. Also shows mineral deposits. "G-2456." AACR2
Soviet Union. Glavnoe Upravlenie Geodezii I Kartografii
Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Cover title and legend in German, English, French, and Italian. Cover title. Title at upper right: Mitteleuropa = Europa centrale 1:1 000 000. Includes inset. Notes, coverage maps, distance map, publisher's map list, and bar-code on cover. "Q 141." LC copy has adhesive labels on cover.
Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Cover title in 6 languages. Legend in German, English, French, and Italian. Text in German, English, and French. Cover title. Title at head of legend: Ungarn, Tschechoslowakei, Polen = Magyarország = Československo = Polska. Text and 2 outline maps on cover. "050614."
Scale 1:1,000,000; 1 cm. = 10 km.; 16 miles to 1 in. Cover title: Central-Europa, Bayern, Schweiz, Österreich, Strassenkarte. Relief shown by shading. Legend and cover title in German, French, and English. AACR2
Cloth map. Silk map with road features carried by McDowell while flying missions over Europe during World War II. Attributed to Great Britain MI9 by comparison with another cloth maps of countries in the region. Title devised by cataloger. In upper right margins: 43/C--43/D. Gift; Joseph William McDowell; 11-3-2010.
Great Britain. Mi9 - Veterans History Project (u.s.) - American Folklife Center
Scale 1:1,000,000. Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Legend in German, English, French, Italian, and Danish. Date stamped on: 12. Juni 1975. Includes insets of "Warszawa," "Praha," "Berlin," and the railroads of Central Europe. AACR2
Central Europe map also covers France, Britain, Ireland, and Denmark. Europe map also covers Mediterranean region. Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Legend in German, English, and French. Title at head of central Europe map legend: Mitteleuropa = Central Europe = Europe centrale. Probable proof sheet. Includes text, index of places, distance table, Shetland inset, and col. ill. of national flags. DRM
German and English. "Data as of 1995." Map covers Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, and parts of Poland, Germany, Yugoslavia, Austria, and Italy. "On commission by: Gebr. Borntraeger Verlagsbuchhandlung."
Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Legend and cover title in German, English, French, and Italian. Text in German, English, and French. Cover title. Title at head of legend: Ungarn, Tschechoslowakei, Polen = Magyarország = Československo = Polska. Text, 2 outline maps, and bar-code on cover. "0-21W-MHYOA." LC copy annotated in ink.
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.
Automobile Association (great Britain)
Relief shown by shading, gradient tints, and spot heights. Depths shown by gradient tints and soundings. LC copy imperfect: Rubber-stamped, annotated in black marker ink, additionally fold-lined, missing cover, missing index. Includes inset: Politický přehled 1:12 000 000. Directories, statistical tables, 5 Central Europe special-subject maps, 4 city maps, inset, and graphs on verso. Note on verso: Podrobné údaje a "Československu a Maďarsku" viz ...
Geodetický a Kartografický Podnik V Praze
Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Legend and cover title in German, French, English, and Italian. Title from cover. Rubber-stamped at lower right: Geography and Map Division, Library of Congress, Hammond Collection-2003. LC copy imperfect: Adhesive label affixed to cover. Includes tables of emergency information and motoring regulations. Distance table, 2 outline maps, and publisher's map list on cover. "123-AK5-9Z-RB."
Cover title: Continental Atlas für Kraftfahrer. Running title: Continental Landstrassen-Atlas. Scale of maps 1:1,000,000 or 1:300,000. Published by the firm under its earlier name: Continental Caoutchouc-und Gutta-Percha-Compagnie. First published in 1907 under the title: Continental Landstrassen-Atlas für Mittel-Europa.
Covers Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and portions of Belgium, Netherlands, Luxemburg, Denmark, and northern Italy. Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Panel title. Includes text, indexes to Romantik Hotels & Restaurants, and advertisements.
Shows the route of the 186th Field Artillery Battalion in Normandy, France to Pilsen, Czechoslovakia during World War II. "Assault--Normandy--Northern France--Rhineland--Ardennes--Central Europe." Includes timeline tables of Divisions served with 186th Field Artillery Battalion and col. ill. Gift; Elmer E. Marler; 11-2-2010.
United States. Army. Field Artillery Battalion, 186th.