Texas State Archives Map Collection

Italy, Lazio
Date: 1943
Publisher: War Office, Geographical Section, General Staff. Reproduced by the 649th Engr. Bn., Sept. 1943. Photolithographed by O.S., 1943.
Cartographer: -- None Listed --
Scale: 1 cm = 500 meters
Size: 72 cm x 82 cm
Type of Map: topographic
Format: color, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 07932
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

Italy, Lazio Image:
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Covers area in southern Lazio region, central Italy. Shows cities, towns, churches, cemeteries, industrial works, highways, railroads, trails, bridges, canals, creeks, rivers, lakes, mines, wells, aqueducts, forests, vegetation, boundaries, and contour lines. Map is made of four fragments of maps in same series cut and taped together: Sheet 160-I ("Atina"), Sheet 160-II ("Cassino"), Sheet 161 III ("Venafro"), and Sheet 161 IV ("Castel S. Vincenzo"). Annotated in pencil and blue pencil showing military placements and lines of defense. 1/31/01 (HR)

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