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Le front de l'Ocean
Mercier, Jacques
Le front de l'Ocean
1939
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Author Mercier, Jacques
Full Title Le front de l'Ocean. Jac Mercier. dessinateur.
List No 13400.000
Berlin Bull's eye
Bannister
Berlin Bull's eye
1944
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Author Bannister
Full Title Allies aim at Berlin's Bull's-eye. Banister. Detroit Evening Times.
List No 13341.000
38,000,000 escaped -- 10,000,000 died
Means, Elliott Anderson
38,000,000 escaped -- 1...
1943
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Author Means, Elliott Anderson
Full Title 38,000,000 escaped -- 10,000,000 died. E. Means. Russian War Relief, Inc., 11 E. 35th St., New York City.
List No 13286.000
From the West
Time Inc.
From the West
1945
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Author Time Inc.
Full Title From the West. From report documenting above map see TIME. February 18, 1945.
List No 13279.000
Note Map of Western Europe. "Enlargement of original map drawn for TIME The weekly magazine." Showing the military movements and occupied area.
Eyes east toward Europe
Harrison, Richard Edes
Eyes east toward Europe
1940
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Full Title Eyes east toward Europe. Supplement to Fortune magazine - Septmeber 1940. Copyright 1940, TIME Inc. Richard Edes Harrison.
List No 13284.000
San Francisco Examiner : Rich Dutch Colonies at Stake
Burke, Howard
San Francisco Examiner ...
1940
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Author Burke, Howard
Full Title Pictorial Review : San Francisco Examiner Sunday, Oct. 20, 1940. Rich Dutch Colonies at Stake. Will Japan Try to Take Them? Will the United States Defend Them?. Howard Burke.
List No 13175.000
Note Color pictorial map, front page of the San Francisco Examiner Pictorial Review section. Illustrated by Howard Burke, focuses on eastern hemisphere, with bird's eye view inset map of Singapore and a vignette illustration at the lower left corner of elephants and temple. Japan and Japanese occupied areas are shown in red. Includes informative text and small pictographs provide an effective overview of the geopolitical situation. Includes legend. Relief shown pictorially.
Los Angeles Examiner : Tokyo's Next Bombing May Come From Vladivostok
Burke, Howard
Los Angeles Examiner : ...
1942
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Author Burke, Howard
Full Title Los Angeles Examiner. Tuesday, September 29, 1942 : Tokyo's Next Bombing May Come From Vladivostok. Howard Burke.
List No 13178.000
Note Color map from the Los Angeles Examiner Pictorial Review section, Sept. 29, 1942. Illustrated by Howard Burke. With 2 inset maps: Manchukuo and Soviet Russia. Shows battle fields, naval and air force areas, roads and railroads. Includes informative text and overview of the geopolitical situation of the area.
New World Map Shows Vital Importance of Alaska
Herald American
New World Map Shows Vit...
1942
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Author Herald American
Full Title Pictorial Review. Herald American, Sec. IV- Sunday August 1942. New World Map Shows Vital Importance of Alaska -- (See Page 2). This is a reduced copy of the polar (Casson) Projection Map of the World ... Copyright by the Universal Map Co., Inc. New York, N.Y.
List No 13180.000
Note Color map from Herald American Pictorial Review August 1942. with 6 insets. The polar projection of this map effectively shows the proximity of Alaska and the Asian theater of war. " The Second World War saw a revival in popular interest in geography and maps; this interest was further fueled by the new "aviation era" maps produced by mapmakers such as Richard Edes Harrison, and their inclusion in newspapers around the States.
Kiska Seen as Key Base to Attack Paramushiro, Japan
Burke, Howard
Kiska Seen as Key Base ...
1943
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Author Burke, Howard
Full Title Kiska Seen as Key Base to Attack Paramushiro, Japan. Pictorial review : Los Angeles Examiner, August 10, 1943. Howard Burke.
List No 13181.000
Note Color pictorial map from the Los Angeles Examiner Pictorial Review section, by Los Angeles Examiner artist Howard Burke. Published by Los Angeles Examiner. Los Angeles. 08-10- 1943. Showing a bird's eye view of Kiska Island. Depicts fighter jets with naval bases. Text at lower right provides an overview of the strategic location of the island.
Florence. (Italy) Sheet K. 32/3 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Florence. (Italy) Sheet...
1944
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Author Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title Florence. (Italy) Sheet K. 32/3 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
List No 13126.001
Note WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Terni (Italy). Sheet K. 333/4 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Terni (Italy). Sheet K....
1944
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Author Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title Terni (Italy). Sheet K. 333/4 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
List No 13126.002
Note WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Foggia (Italy) Sheet K. 33/8 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Foggia (Italy) Sheet K....
1944
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Author Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title Foggia (Italy) Sheet K. 33/8 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
List No 13126.003
Note WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Naples (Italy). K. 33/11 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Naples (Italy). K. 33/1...
1944
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Author Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title Naples (Italy). K. 33/11 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
List No 13126.004
Note WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Zones of France : 1:2,000,000
Great Britain. MI6
Zones of France : 1:2,0...
1944
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Author Great Britain. MI6
Full Title Zones of France : 1:2,000,000. Second edition. I.S.9 (WEA) MAR 44.
List No 13127.000
Note 2nd edition of WWII Zones of France silk Escape map, Issued pre D-Day, 4 March 1944. Intelligence School #9, Western Europe, M19, to Allied air crew and special forces operating behind enemy lines. Developed with the aid of the OSS and French Resistance, Britain’s military Intelligence Section, M10. Shows World-War-II military occupation zones. Includes inset of named occupation zones: Index to frontiers and legend. The division between occupied and non-occupied zones shown by dotted lines and arrows. Map covers parts of Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Spain. Shows roads, railways, frontiers, rivers and lakes. Relief shown by gradient tints and spot heights. Prime meridian is Greenwich.
The United States at War
Turner, Stanley F.
The United States at Wa...
1943
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Author Turner, Stanley F.
Full Title The United States at War. Stanley Turner. Copyright, Canada and U.S.A. 1943, C. C. Petersen, Publishing and Advertising, Toronto, ONT. Printed in U.S.A. International Circulation Company, Inc., New York City.
List No 13135.000
Note Color map, with inset of "The ocean fronts." Mercator's projection. Shows international and states boundaries, capitals, major cities, landmarks, state flags and flowers, air fields and naval stations. Includes vignette illustrations depicting war events involving U.S. armed forces and decorative compass rose. Includes Legend and chart featuring statistics on Army and Navy personnel, Naval Fleet, additional camps and locations etc. Relief shown pictorially.
Current status of U.S. Navy in the Pacific War
Anonymous
Current status of U.S. ...
1942
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Author Anonymous
Full Title (Current status of U.S. Navy in the Pacific War.)
List No 13104.000
Note Color map in Japanese, with 2 insets legend and notes. Date estimated. Showing the areas of the conflict, war planes, battle ships and distances.
Tokyo and vicinity, showing bombed-out areas
United States. Army. Fo...
Tokyo and vicinity, sho...
1946
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Author United States. Army. Forces, Pacific
Full Title Tokyo and vicinity, showing bombed-out areas. (Tokyo and vicinity regional map on verso).
List No 13109.002
Note 2 maps on 2 sheet, both sides folded into 27x19. "Prepared under the direction of Chief of the Engineers, GHQ, AFPAC, U.S. Army, by Nippon Map Co., Tokyo, Feb. 1946". Maps In English and Japanese. Showing the bombed-out areas of Tokyo which had been hit hard, buildings removed for fire breaks and bombed-out areas shown by color overprinting. Also showing administrative and municipal boundaries, public buildings, transportation routes, towns, villages and water features, Includes glossary and notes. Regional map, cover title with small city map on verso includes reference.
Indie moet vrij! Werkt en vecht ervoor!
Keely, Patrick Cokayne
Indie moet vrij! Werkt ...
1944
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Author Keely, Patrick Cokayne
Full Title Indie moet vrij! Werkt en vecht ervoor! [The (Dutch East) Indies must be free! Work and Fight for It!]
List No 10233.000
Note Date estimated
Japan and Russia Will Divide China
Burke, Howard; Los Ange...
Japan and Russia Will D...
1940
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Author [Burke, Howard, Los Angeles Examiner]
Full Title Japan and Russia Will Divide China. Signs Increase That Northern Area and Lower Yangtze Basin Will be Carved Into Puppet States by Stalin and Mikado, Leaving South Largely at Mercy of Both. March of events : Screen and drama. Milwaukee News Sentinel : Sunday, April 28, 1940. Map copyrighted 1940 by Los Angeles Examiner.
List No 11885.000
Note Pictorial map from the Milwaukee News-Sentinel March of Events section. Illustrated by Los Angeles Examiner artist Howard Burke covering the area China, Japan, Southern Russia and the northern part of French Indochina and Siam, showing how the "Aggressors Divide China." Map showing naval and air bases, areas under Japanese occupation are shown in red. Also showing cities, rivers, roads, mountains, agricultural products and raw materials. Includes text, text labels and and dated events providing an effective overview of the geopolitical situation.
Military Panoramap of the Theatre of War
Colortext Publications ...
Military Panoramap of t...
1940
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Author Colortext Publications Inc.
Full Title Military Panoramap of the Theatre of War. Observation Point 200 Miles Directly Above Bern. Colortext Publications Inc. Chicago, Ill. - 1940.
List No 10127.000
Note Colored copy. Panoramic view centers on France and Germany but includes, at its borders, portions of England, France, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden and other European nations. Along the Rhine, Germany’s defensive Siegfried Line is shown. The English Channel separating England and France is shown defended by the Dover Patrol, comprised not only of ships as in WWI, but also aircraft. The map’s border is particularly striking, with images of aircraft across the top, warships across the bottom, and heavy artillery and tanks in the margins right and left. Shows rivers, mountains, landmarks, major cities and towns. Relief shown pictorially and by shadings. Includes distnces.
Despues de tres anos de victorias Septiembre 1939 - Septiembre 1942
Anonymous
Despues de tres anos de...
1942
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Author Anonymous
Full Title Despues de tres anos de victorias Septiembre 1939 - Septiembre 1942. WPr / IV. E - Nr. 24-IX / 1942-Er.
List No 11808.000
Note German propaganda map of the world in Spanish, celebrating the German and Japanese success in World War II from September 1939 to September 1942 after 3 victorious years and their role as the Liberators of the new young vibrant peoples of Europe and Asia. The map illustrates the dual assaults of Germany and Japan in the eastern and western theaters. Includes 2 insets, explanatory text and legend describing the conventional signs.
Winter projection
Chapin, Jr., R.M.
Winter projection
1943
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Author Chapin, Jr., R.M.
Full Title Winter projection. TIME map by R.M. Chapin, Jr. For report documenting above map see TIME, November 22, 1943 issue.
List No 11768.000
Note Map of Western Europe. "Enlargement of original map drawn for TIME The weekly magazine." Showing the military movements and occupied areas. R.M. Chapin Jr. was a prominent Cold War cartographer who worked for Time Magazine. Relief shown by shading.
Routes to Berlin
Chapin, Jr., R.M.
Routes to Berlin
1943
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Author Chapin, Jr., R.M.
Full Title Routes to Berlin. TIME map by R.M. Chapin, Jr. For report documenting above map see TIME, June 21, 1943 issue.
List No 11769.000
Note Map of Europe. "Enlargement of original map drawn for TIME The weekly magazine." Showing the military movements and occupied areas. R.M. Chapin Jr. was a prominent Cold War cartographer who worked for Time Magazine. Relief shown by shading.
I have returned
Chapin, Jr., R.M.
I have returned
1944
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Author Chapin, Jr., R.M.
Full Title I have returned. TIME map by R.M. Chapin, Jr. For report documenting above map see TIME, October 30, 1944 issue.
List No 11770.000
Note 2 color maps on 1 sheet. "Enlargement of original map drawn for TIME The weekly magazine.". R.M. Chapin Jr. was a prominent Cold War cartographer who worked for Time Magazine. Relief shown by shading.
Choking Chungking
Chapin, Jr., R.M.
Choking Chungking
1944
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Author Chapin, Jr., R.M.
Full Title Choking Chungking. TIME map by R.M. Chapin, Jr. For report documenting above map see Time, Decmeber 11, 1944 issue.
List No 11771.000
Note Color map. "Enlargement of original map drawn for TIME The weekly magazine.". R.M. Chapin Jr. was a prominent Cold War cartographer who worked for Time Magazine. Relief shown by shading.
African battlegrounds
Chapin, Jr., R.M.
African battlegrounds
1942
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Author Chapin, Jr., R.M.
Full Title African battlegrounds. TIME map by R.M. Chapin, Jr. For report documenting above map see Time, October 12, 1942 issue.
List No 11772.000
Note Color map of North Africa. "Enlargement of original map drawn for TIME The weekly magazine.". R.M. Chapin Jr. was a prominent Cold War cartographer who worked for Time Magazine. Includes legend. Relief shown by shading.
Algeria
Chapin, Jr., R.M.
Algeria
1942
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Author Chapin, Jr., R.M.
Full Title Algeria. TIME map by R.M. Chapin, Jr. For report documenting above map see Time, November 23, 1942 issue.
List No 11773.000
Note Color map. "Enlargement of original map drawn for TIME The weekly magazine.". R.M. Chapin Jr. was a prominent Cold War cartographer who worked for Time Magazine. Relief shown by shading.
Wreckers at work
Cutter, James
Wreckers at work
1944
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Author Cutter, James
Full Title Wreckers at work. TIME map by James Cutter. For report documenting above map see Time, July 17, 1944 issue.
List No 11774.000
Note Color map. "Enlargement of original map drawn for TIME The weekly magazine." Shows Soviet offensives on German-held Poland.
Global war in the Pacific
Manning, F. E.; Kaltenb...
Global war in the Pacif...
1944
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Author [Manning, F. E., Kaltenborn, H. V., Pure Oil Company.]
Full Title Global war in the Pacific, to show progress and latest advances of the allies ... Copyright 1944, the Pure Oil Company. All maps designed and executed by F.E. Manning. (insets) View of Pacific showing territories and possessions of warning nations ... December 7, 1941. (with) View of Pacific showing Tokyo as the central target. (cover title) Pacific War maps. Edited by H v Kaltenborn ...
List No 11572.002
Note Color map on 1 sheet 99x128, folded. Includes 2 inset maps. Showing naval and air bases, roads, railroads rivers, mountains and distances. Relief shown by shadings; depth shown by bathymetric tints.
World at War. January 25, 1942.
Sundberg, Edwin L.
World at War. January 2...
1942
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Author Sundberg, Edwin L.
Full Title World at War. January 25, 1942.
List No 12257.000
Oil, the Target of the Axis. July 26, 1942.
Sundberg, Edwin L.
Oil, the Target of the ...
1942
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Author Sundberg, Edwin L.
Full Title Oil, the Target of the Axis. July 26, 1942.
List No 12259.000
Arab League. July 28, 1946.
Sundberg, Edwin L.
Arab League. July 28, 1...
1946
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Author Sundberg, Edwin L.
Full Title Arab League. July 28, 1946.
List No 12286.000
A pictorial map : Victory in the Pacific
Chase, Ernest Dudley
A pictorial map : Victo...
1944
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Author Chase, Ernest Dudley
Full Title A pictorial map : Victory in the Pacific Designed and published by Ernest Dudley Chase of Winchester, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Copyright 1944, Ernest Dudley Chase, Boston. (inset) The Philippines.
List No 11619.000
Note Uncolored map of the Pacific and the Far East with decorative title cartouche. showing the latest activity in the Pacific Arena, distances, major cities and small vignettes of battleships and plane. Legend contains symbols for British Possessions, joint British and U.S. possessions, Japanese, French, and Dutch possessions, naval bases and railroads. Includes notes and compass rose oriented with the north to upper right.
The Floods Come.
Chapin, Jr., R.M.
The Floods Come.
1945
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Author Chapin, Jr., R.M.
Full Title The Floods Come.
List No 12397.000
Carte de la charte de l'Atlantique
Gill, MacDonald (1884-1...
Carte de la charte de l...
1943
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Author Gill, Leslie MacDonald, 1884-1947
Full Title Carte de la charte de l'Atlantique. MacDonald Gill, 1943. Printed in Great Britain by George Philp & Son, Ltd., London and published in collaboration with the Time and Tide Publishing Company, Ltd., London. London Geographical Institue. FDC.
List No 11467.000
Note Color pictorial map of the world, on sheet 87.5x114. Stereographic projection. Includes legend, text boxes on historical events, and note at the head of the map "La charte de l'Atlantique" with the signatures of Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill, The Atlantic Charter was a pivotal policy statement issued in August 14, 1941 that, early in World War II, defined the Allied goals for the post-war world. It was drafted by the leaders of Britain and the United States, and later agreed to by all the Allies. Map shows political boundaries, major cities, vignettes representing various agricultural products, industry and mineral resources. Includes compass rose, distances, naval and air bases. This French edition is rare, see our English edition 7864.000.
NavWarMap No 6. We fight a Global War
Educational Services Di...
NavWarMap No 6. We figh...
1944
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Author Educational Services Division, Bureau of Naval Personnel, Navy Department
Full Title NavWarMap No.6. We fight a Global War. (on verso) NavWarMap No.5. The South Pacific. Distributed by the Educational Services Division, Bureau of Naval Personnel, Navy Dept., Washington D.C.
List No 8760.006
Note Shows significant wartime events as well as historic events. Continues: Continues: NavWarMap No. 1. The Mediterranean, and NavWarMap No. 2. The South China Sea Area. NavWarMap No. 3. The North Sea area. NavWarMap No. 4. The North Pacific area. Shows capital cities, pre-war boundaries, populated areas and population. air bases, naval bases, etc. Includes legend and notes.
A Pictorial Map of Scenes in and around Army-Slang
Chase, Ernest Dudley
A Pictorial Map of Scen...
1969
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Author Chase, Ernest Dudley
Full Title A Pictorial Map of Scenes in and around Army-Slang, designed and published by Ernest Dudley Chase of Winchester, Massachusetts, U.S.A. collaborating with Stephen York. Copyright 1943. Ernest Dudley Chase, Winchester, Mass. (cover title) In good old Army Slang : Hello and how're you doin'!. The Good Old Army Slang Paves The Way To Victory.
List No 11125.002
Note Pictorial map of Scenes in and around Army-Slang on sheet 40x57, folded into 20x10, one of the Chase’s battle maps toward the end of World War II. Depicts an American Eagle, surrounded inside and out with vignettes illustrating Army Slang. This is one of the 2 maps designed and published by Chase, in conjunction with the artist Stephen York, the other being A Pictorial Map of Loveland. Includes compass rose at top center decorated with the flag and Liberty Statue "One girl we left behind". Includes text "AS (Army Slang) You'll find it here all pictured out the slang that's "in the groove" and helps to keep from morn to night the Army on the move!" On verso: "From east to west from north to south it travels with the Gang and ..." and Glossary of good old Army Slang.
Save this map! It shows the theater of war
Los Angeles Times; Owen...
Save this map! It shows...
1939
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Author [Los Angeles Times, Owens, Charles H.]
Full Title Save this map! It shows the theater of war. Los Angeles Times. Rotogravure section. Sunday, September 10, 1939. Map prepared by Charles H, Owens of the Times Art staff.
List No 9952.000
Note Color pictorial map by Charles Owens. Published in Sunday Sept. 10, 1939 issue of Los Angeles Times. Highlights the developments in Europe shortly after the Nazi invasion of Poland and the beginning of Sept. 1939, with arrows and text pointing out strategic places and events. On upper and lower left: views of machinery of war, tanks, and battleships. Includes instructions "How to preserve this map".
China (Seen from the direction of Guam)
Harrison, Richard Edes
China (Seen from the di...
1941
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Author Harrison, Richard Edes
Full Title China : Chung Hue Min Kuo = central flowery republican country. (Seen from the direction of Guam). Richard Edes Harrison. (inset) Migration of Chinese Universities.
List No 11074.000
Note Color map. Title in Chinese and English. Published as supplement to Fortune Magazine, April 1941. Richard Edes Harrison designed the maps to be both visually appealing and politically charged, reflecting the urgency of the war. Map shows boundaries, major cities, ports, Chinese supply ports, overland supply routes and Japanese occupied territory. Includes notes and table of distances. Relief shown pictorially and by shadings.
This is Ann ... she drinks blood. Her full name is Anopheles Mosquito
Geisel, Theodor Seuss ;...
This is Ann ... she dri...
1943
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Author [Geisel, Theodor Seuss, Army Orientation Course, Special Service Division Army Service Forces]
Full Title This is Ann ... she drinks blood. Her full name is Anopheles Mosquito and she's dying to meet you! ... Prepared and distributed by Army Orientation Course, Special Service Division, Army Service Forces. War Dept., Washington, D.C. Government printing Office, 1943, 538110. (on verso) Newsmap : Monday, November 8, 1943 : week of October 28 to November 4 : 217th week of the war : 99th week of U.S. participation. Volume II, No. 29. Drawn by Richard Edes Harrison, 1940. Time Inc. (Fortune).
List No 11241.001
Note 4 maps on 1 sheet, both sides, sheet 88x119. Map of the world printed in red and black, by Theodore Geisel and Munro Leaf; Army Orientation Course, Special Service Division. With color coded reference: "Malaria found wherever you see red on the map". One element of the anti-malaria campaign was an effort to educated front-line soldiers and to control the disease through aggressive prevention and public health measures. On verso: Maps: Bougainville : last stop in the Solomons; Crimea is cut off; Atlantic Ocean. Includes text: War fronts: Russia, Italy, Air offensive, Southwest Pacific, Burma. Photographs: Navy's new Hellcat fighter plane brings down a Japanese fighter plane nicknamed "Emily" near the Gilbert Islands. "Prepared from public sources of information."
Japanese World War II Military Conquests and Battles.
Daito Shoji (Big East C...
Japanese World War II M...
1943
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Author Daito Shoji (Big East Commercial Company)
Full Title (Japanese Conquests of World War II).
List No 9602.003
Note View of map from the side showing the front of the flags.
Confiance ... ses Amputations se Poursuivent Methodiquement (Be reassured, the amputations (of his tentacles) are proceeding methodically.)
SPK
Confiance ... ses Amput...
1942
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Author SPK
Full Title Confiance ... ses Amputations se Poursuivent Methodiquement (Be reassured, the amputations (of his tentacles) are proceeding methodically).
List No 9750.000
The Russian Spider Sits Atop the World and Watches for More Victims.
Los Angeles Examiner; B...
The Russian Spider Sits...
1940
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Author [Los Angeles Examiner, Burke, Howard]
Full Title The Russian Spider Sits Atop the World and Watches for More Victims. Soviet Russia, under the Dictator Stalin, has cast aside all regard for international law and prepares to follow the Finland grab with a policy of international piracy over all Eurasia, by conquest and subversive activity.
List No 8869.000
NavWarMap No. 1. The Mediterranean.
Educational Services Di...
NavWarMap No. 1. The Me...
1944
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Author Educational Services Division, Bureau of Naval Personnel, Navy Department
Full Title NavWarMap No. 1. The Mediterranean. Distributed by the Educational Services Division, Bureau of Naval Personnel, Navy Dept., Washington D.C.
List No 8760.001
Note Shows significant wartime events and invasion routes.
NavWarMap No. 2. The South China Sea Area.
Educational Services Di...
NavWarMap No. 2. The So...
1944
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Author Educational Services Division, Bureau of Naval Personnel, Navy Department
Full Title NavWarMap No. 2. The South China Sea Area. Distributed by the Educational Services Division, Bureau of Naval Personnel, Navy Dept., Washington D.C.
List No 8760.002
Note Shows significant wartime events as well as historic events.
Japan from Siberia.
Harrison, Richard Edes;...
Japan from Siberia.
1943
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Author [Harrison, Richard Edes, Army Orientation Course, Special Service Division Army Service Forces]
Full Title Japan from Siberia. Newsmap. Monday, May 7, 1945. ... Vol. IV No. 3F. Prepared and Distributed by the Army Orientation Course. Special Service Division Army Service Forces, War Dept.,2E581 Pentagon Bldg., Washington D.C. U.S. Government Printing Office: 1944 - 591000.
List No 6771.001
Note Birdseye view of shaded relief map with hypsometric elevations of Japan, Korea, and China from over Mongolia.
Japan, the target : a pictorial Jap-map
Chase, Ernest Dudley, 1...
Japan, the target : a p...
1942
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Author Chase, Ernest Dudley, 1878-1966
Full Title Japan, the target : a pictorial Jap-map : By Ernest Dudley Chase of Winchester, Mass. Published and copyright, Ernest Dudley Chase, Winchester, Mass. Printed in U.S.A.
List No 8056.000
Note World War II pictorial battle map of Japan. With numerous legends noting boundaries, cities, population, rivers, naval bases, and list of aircrafts. Shows fighter planes, the distances between locations in the U.S., such as San Francisco to Manila. Relief shown pictorially. Includes note on Manchuria.
Two ways to reach Japan - One may take a decade
Burke, Howard
Two ways to reach Japan...
1943
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Full Title Two ways to reach Japan - One may take a decade. Los Angels Examiner ... Monday January 11, 1943. 22 Section 1. Howard Burke. (inset) Kusaie.
List No 8064.000
Note Color pictorial map, mounted on Japanese paper. With inset at lower left corner. Showing East Asia with Military Bases and Japanese-Occupied Territory note. Text box at lower right describes Japan as a porcupine with "long and dangerous quills spreading across the Pacific. ... Every day it grows stronger. The barbs of invasion that threaten Australia, the Solomons, Alaska, and Pacific Coast are toughening." The inset map of Kusaie (now Kosrae) notes "Reliable Reports say Japs have made powerful base of this island." Relief shown pictorially. Includes informative text labels.
The Pacific - Vital area for United States and Japan
Burke, Howard
The Pacific - Vital are...
1942
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Full Title The Pacific - Vital area for United States and Japan. Los Angels Examiner ... November 1942. Howard Burke. (inset) Palau Islands.
List No 8066.000
Note Color pictorial map, mounted on Japanese paper. With inset at lower right corner. Showing Greater East Asia and Pacific Islands with air and naval Bases. Text box at lower left note" The war in the Pacific opened with the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor ...". Relief shown pictorially. Informative text labels and small pictographs provide an effective overview of the geopolitical situation, in keeping with the "air-age" .
Saipan conquest sets pattern for vast aerial operations
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Saipan conquest sets pa...
1944
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Full Title Saipan conquest sets pattern for vast aerial operations. Los Angeles Times. Monday July 10, 1944.
List No 8067.000
Note Color pictorial map by Charles Owens, mounted on Japanese paper. Showing the war in the Pacific. The capture of the strategic island of Saipan is illustrated, with a description in the text at upper right: "American conquest of Saipan in the Marianas has completed a pattern for aerial operations of overwhelming dimensions. Military experts envisage bombing flights, principally those of the new B-29 Superfortresses, originating from Saipan and ranging as far as Japan, Formosa, the China coast and the Philippines." Also shows that range, with other centers of aerial operation: the Admiralty Islands north of New Guinea and Chungking in China. Informative text labels provide an effective overview of the geopolitical situation, in keeping with the "air-age". "Red tint indicates Jap held areas".
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