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Survey of Palestine 1:100,000.

Corporate author / creator Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section.
Edition 2nd ed. - 1941.
Imprint [London] : Published by the War Office, 1939 - [1945?]
Description maps : col. ; 65 x 47 cm. or smaller., on sheets 82 x 61 cm. or smaller.
Language English
Series G.S.G.S. ; 4078
GSGS (Series) ; 4078.
Subject Palestine -- Maps, Topographic.
Middle East -- Palestine.
Topographic maps.
Maps.
Cartographic data Scale 1:100,000. "1 inch to 1.58 miles" (E 35⁰12ʹ--E 35⁰58ʹ/N 33⁰17ʹ--N 30⁰57ʹ).
Format Map, E-Resource, U.S. Federal Government Document, Print
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/5777204
Other authors / contributors Palestine. Dept. of Lands and Surveys.
Notes Relief shown by contours and spot heights.
Set includes various issues of some sheets, some reissued by U.S. Army Map Service.
Shows vegetation types, two types of internal boundaries, standard and narrow gauge railroads, and four classes of roads and tracks.
"Gridded with Palestine Transverse Mercator Military grid. Levant grid in red."
"Copied from a map by Dept. of Lands & Surveys, Palestine ... with road revision to [date]."
Supplemented by "1:100,000 Palestine" (New series. G.S.G.S. 4079), sheets 12, 13, and 14.
"Detail from outside Palestine compiled from the Levant 1:200,000 Sc. Series of the Bureau of Topgraphic des Troupes Françaises du Levant, 1938 edition."
Accompanied by: Index map of Palestine 1:100,000, G.S.G.S. 4078, G.S.G.S. 4079. (25 x 36 cm.).
Index map "Published by Geographical Section, General Staff, War Office, London" and "Correct to July 1945."
Includes sheet indexes to old and new series, notes and compilation data.

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