Texas State Archives Map Collection



Italy, Lazio
Date: 1944
Publisher: [War Office, Geographical Section, General Staff.]
Cartographer: -- None Listed --
Scale: 1 cm = 500 meters
Size: 73 cm x 82 cm
Type of Map: topographic
Format: color, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 07951
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

Italy, Lazio Image:
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Description:
Covers an area southeast of Rome around Lago Albano, Velletri, and Cisterna di Littoria. Shows cities, towns, larger buildings, churches, cemeteries, industrial works, airfields, highways, railroads, trails, bridges, canals, creeks, rivers, lakes, mines, wells, aqueducts, vegetation, mountains, contour lines, and boundary lines. Map is made of three maps cut and taped together: Sheet 150 III, 2nd ed. ("Albano Laziale"), Sheet 150 II, 1st ed. ("Velletri"), Sheet 158 I, 4th ed. ("Cori"). Annotated in black ink showing military installations, labelled "Installations 30 May 1944" and "Installations 3-4 June 1944." 2/12/01 (HR)

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