Route Map (Carte Routière) of the region on the border between Turkey and Syria
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Title
Route Map (Carte Routière) of the region on the border between Turkey and Syria
Creator
‘Bureau Topographique de l’Armée Française du Levant’ (Topographic Office of French Army in the East)
Description
Route Map (Carte Routière) of the region on the border between Turkey and Syria (in the extreme corners of the map there are placed the cities of Aleppo -Syria- and Siverek –Turkey-). The map has been drawn by the ‘Bureau Topographique de l’Armée Française du Levant’ (Topographic Office of French Army in the East) and it is the second of a series of 12 maps concerning the Iraqi and Syrian road and railway system according with the scheme placed on map n. 12.
Note
On the backside there is a part of a canceled (‘Annulé’) map of southern Hesse and Franconia (Germany) likely dated back to World War I.
Issue Date
1924-11
Language
French
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/33862
Collections
Type
Map
Format
52,5-50 cm, Printed
Identifier
AFMSRPLA002
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
Rachel Adrienne Sarrou
Accrual Method
Donation

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