Topographical Map, Germany

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Topographical map of Germany during World War I dated 1918.

Topographical map showing railways, tramways, main roads, banks and dykes, copses, vineyards, heights in meters above mean sea level and water areas such as fords, canals, and pontoon bridges.

The area covered is from Mulheim, Iserlohn, Barmen, Hachenburg and Cologne area. Various pen notations around the Deutz - Cologne, Elberfeld, Siegburg area noting a frontier line drawn in brown felt pen. Around the Deutz, Rhein River, parts of the area have been sectioned off and notated with 28 brigade, 27 brigade, 88 brigade and the 3 New Zealand Rifle Brigade being noted as east of Deutz.

Scale is 1 to 100 000. Listed as G.S.G.S No 2739. Sheet 2.L.

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Printed on paper with linen backing and coloured ink.
Height x Width: 1160 x 860mm
Lt Colonel W F Narbey - 2. Wellington Regiment, Inscription, Handwritten
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gifted by Mrs L Carswell
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71/34a, 71978


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