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Text: (7) Aeronautical charts.
Canada. Department of M...
Text: (7) Aeronautical ...
1958
[National Atlas, Themat...
 
Author
[Canada. Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Nicholson, N. L. (Norman Leon), Comtois, Paul]
Full Title
(Text Page to) (7) Aeronautical charts : Aeronautical chart, scale 8 miles to 1 inch -- Aeronautical chart, scale 16 miles to 1 inch -- Instrument approach chart -- Landing chart -- Aeronautical chart, scale 1:506,880 -- Mercator plotting chart, scale 1:1,000,000 -- Navigational plotting chart, scale 1:3,000,000 -- Radio facility chart, scale 1:2,534,400 -- Transatlantic plotting chart, scale 1:4,000,000 -- Aeronautical planning chart, scale 1:5,000,000. (Canada Department of Mines and Technical Surveys.)
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Descriptive text on verso of (7) Aeronautical charts: The purpose of the maps appearing on this plate illustrate the kinds of aeronautical "charts" that are prepared by the Surveys and Mapping Branch of the Department of Mines and Technical Surveys ...
(7) Aeronautical charts.
Canada. Department of M...
(7) Aeronautical charts...
1958
[National Atlas, Themat...
 
Author
[Canada. Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Nicholson, N. L. (Norman Leon), Comtois, Paul]
Full Title
(7) Aeronautical charts : Aeronautical chart, scale 8 miles to 1 inch -- Aeronautical chart, scale 16 miles to 1 inch -- Instrument approach chart -- Landing chart -- Aeronautical chart, scale 1:506,880 -- Mercator plotting chart, scale 1:1,000,000 -- Navigational plotting chart, scale 1:3,000,000 -- Radio facility chart, scale 1:2,534,400 -- Transatlantic plotting chart, scale 1:4,000,000 -- Aeronautical planning chart, scale 1:5,000,000. (Canada Department of Mines and Technical Surveys.)
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10 aeronautical charts showing Calgary and other locations in Canada. Dimensions vary. Each includes a scale statement. Features table: Aeronautical symbols. Descriptive text on verso: The purpose of the maps appearing on this plate illustrate the kinds of aeronautical "charts" that are prepared by the Surveys and Mapping Branch of the Department of Mines and Technical Surveys ... [Date of map inferred based upon atlas data.]
Ravenna. Sheet L 33/10 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Ravenna. Sheet L 33/10 ...
1944
Fabric Map
 
Author
Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title
Ravenna. Sheet L 33/10 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
Note
WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Venice. Sheet L 33/7 2nd. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Venice. Sheet L 33/7 2n...
1944
Fabric Map
 
Author
Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title
Venice. Sheet L 33/7 2nd. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
Note
WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Udine. Sheet L 33/4 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Udine. Sheet L 33/4 1st...
1944
Fabric Map
 
Author
Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title
Udine. Sheet L 33/4 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
Note
WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Genoa. (Italy). Sheet L. 32/11 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Genoa. (Italy). Sheet L...
1944
Fabric Map
 
Author
Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title
Genoa. (Italy). Sheet L. 32/11 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
Note
WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Cuneo. Sheet L. 32/10 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Cuneo. Sheet L. 32/10 1...
1944
Fabric Map
 
Author
Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title
Cuneo. Sheet L. 32/10 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
Note
WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Verona (Italy). Sheet L. 32/9 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Verona (Italy). Sheet L...
1944
Fabric Map
 
Author
Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title
Verona (Italy). Sheet L. 32/9 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
Note
WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Milan. Sheet L. 32/8 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Milan. Sheet L. 32/8 1s...
1944
Fabric Map
 
Author
Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title
Milan. Sheet L. 32/8 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
Note
WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Turin. Sheet L. 32/7 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Turin. Sheet L. 32/7 1s...
1944
Fabric Map
 
Author
Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title
Turin. Sheet L. 32/7 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
Note
WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Bolzano. Sheet L. 32/6 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Bolzano. Sheet L. 32/6 ...
1944
Fabric Map
 
Author
Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title
Bolzano. Sheet L. 32/6 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
Note
WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
St. Gotthard. Sheet L. 32/5 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
St. Gotthard. Sheet L. ...
1944
Fabric Map
 
Author
Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title
St. Gotthard. Sheet L. 32/5 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
Note
WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Taranto (Italy). Sheet K. 33/12 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Taranto (Italy). Sheet ...
1944
Fabric Map
 
Author
Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title
Taranto (Italy). Sheet K. 33/12 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
Note
WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Naples (Italy). K. 33/11 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Naples (Italy). K. 33/1...
1944
Fabric Map
 
Author
Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title
Naples (Italy). K. 33/11 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
Note
WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Foggia (Italy) Sheet K. 33/8 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Foggia (Italy) Sheet K....
1944
Fabric Map
 
Author
Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title
Foggia (Italy) Sheet K. 33/8 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
Note
WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Terni (Italy). Sheet K. 333/4 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Terni (Italy). Sheet K....
1944
Fabric Map
 
Author
Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title
Terni (Italy). Sheet K. 333/4 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
Note
WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Florence. (Italy) Sheet K. 32/3 1st. Edition
Great Britain. War Offi...
Florence. (Italy) Sheet...
1944
Fabric Map
 
Author
Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Full Title
Florence. (Italy) Sheet K. 32/3 1st. Edition. 1:500,000 Europe (Air). Geographical Section, General Staff No. 3982. Compiled and drawn at W.O. 1939- (1944).
Note
WWII silk escape topographic maps, the cloth copies of the Air Ministry GSGS 3982 paper series, as issued by the M19 to a US Airman of the 9th AAF. 1939-1944. Ten cloth maps were produced of the main Air Ministry series at a scale of approx. 1:2,500,000, while an additional 73 cloth maps were printed at a reduced size (13 in. x 15 in.) and with a scale of 1:500,000 scale. The latter are referred to as the miniatures maps or handkerchief maps. This is 15 sheets of the 1st and 2nd. edition of the 39 regions of Italy in the GSGS 3982 miniature series, produced in July 1942 and July 1944. They cover the northern most end of peninsula with borders against France, Switzerland and Austria. Maps in full color 28x39 or smaller, compiled and drawn in War Office 1939. Projection is Europe (Air) conical orthomorphic. "Fathom lines and low water marks are based on Admiralty charts." Showing multiple and single track railroads, three classes of roads, woods, towns, lakes. Three types of internal boundaries are shown. Aeronautical information includes landing facilities and hazards and lines of equal magnetic variation. Heights in meters. Relief shown by contours, altitude tints and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric tints. GSGS (Series), 3982. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
North Atlantic area Loran chart (LS-104)
United States. Aeronaut...
North Atlantic area Lor...
1955
Separate Map
 
Author
United States. Aeronautical Chart Service
Full Title
USAF special Loran chart. (LS-104) North Atlantic area. 3rd. edition revised 1955. Published by the USAF Aeronautical Chart and Information Center, St. Louis.
Note
Color map, LS series. Shows international boundaries, cities, towns, villages, roads, railroads, rivers, drainage, islands, mountains and military bases. Also showing Sky wave and magnetic variation lines and longitudinal and latitudinal lines. Includes aeronautical, topographical, geographical legends, Loren station index map, Time difference correction ... map and notes. Relief shown by contours and spot height. Mercator projection.
Central North Atlantic area Loran chart (LS-103)
United States. Aeronaut...
Central North Atlantic ...
1954
Separate Map
 
Author
United States. Aeronautical Chart Service
Full Title
USAF special Loran chart. (LS-103) Central, North Atlantic area. 3rd. edition 1954. Published by the USAF Aeronautical Chart and Information Center, St. Louis.
Note
Color map, LS series. Shows international boundaries, cities, towns, villages, roads, railroads, rivers, drainage, islands, mountains and military bases. Also showing Sky wave and magnetic variation lines and longitudinal and latitudinal lines. Includes aeronautical, topographical, geographical legends, Loren station index map and notes. Relief shown by contours and spot height. Mercator projection.
Phoenix (Q-3)
U.S. Coast and Geodetic...
Phoenix (Q-3)
1944
Separate Map
 
Author
[U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, United States. Department of Commerce]
Full Title
Sectional Aeronautical Chart. Roswell (Q-4). Compiled and printed at Washington, D.C. by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey under authority of the Secretary of Commerce. Principal sources: U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Civil Aeronautics Administration and the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Aug. 24, 1944.
Note
Sectional Aeronautical Chart. Phoenix (Q-3) sheet. Lambert Conformal Conic projection. Relief shown by contours and spot heights. "Restricted" at upper right and lower left margins. Includes index to published adjoining sheets 1:500,000 sectional aeronautical charts, legend, insignia of U.S. Dept. of Commerce and gradient of elevation chart. Shows roads, railroads, airfields, civil airports, radio ranges and stations, cities. towns, etc.
Phoenix (Q-3)
U.S. Coast and Geodetic...
Phoenix (Q-3)
1944
Separate Map
 
Author
[U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, United States. Department of Commerce]
Full Title
Sectional Aeronautical Chart. Phoenix (Q-3). Compiled and printed at Washington, D.C. by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey under authority of the Secretary of Commerce. Principal sources: U.S. Geological Survey, Civil Aeronautics Administration and the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Mar. 2, 1944.
Note
Sectional Aeronautical Chart. Phoenix (Q-3) sheet. Lambert Conformal Conic projection. Relief shown by contours and spot heights. "Restricted" at upper right and lower left margins. Includes index to published adjoining sheets 1:500,000 sectional aeronautical charts, legend, insignia of U.S. Dept. of Commerce and gradient of elevation chart. Shows roads, railroads, airfields, civil airports, radio ranges and stations, cities. towns, etc.
Dallas (Q-5)
U.S. Coast and Geodetic...
Dallas (Q-5)
1944
Separate Map
 
Author
[U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, United States. Department of Commerce]
Full Title
Sectional Aeronautical Chart. Dallas (Q-5). Compiled and printed at Washington, D.C. by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey under authority of the Secretary of Commerce. Principal sources: U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Civil Aeronautics Administration and the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Mar. 16, 1944.
Note
Sectional Aeronautical Chart. Dallas (Q-5) sheet. Lambert Conformal Conic projection. Relief shown by contours and spot heights. "Restricted" at upper right and lower left margins. Includes index to published adjoining sheets 1:500,000 sectional aeronautical charts, legend, insignia of U.S. Dept. of Commerce and gradient of elevation chart. Shows roads, railroads, airfields, civil airports, radio ranges and stations, cities. towns, etc.
Douglas (P-3)
U.S. Coast and Geodetic...
Douglas (P-3)
1944
Separate Map
 
Author
[U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, United States. Department of Commerce]
Full Title
Sectional Aeronautical Chart. Douglas (P-3). Compiled and printed at Washington, D.C. by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey under authority of the Secretary of Commerce. Principal sources: Mexican Government, U.S. Geological Survey, Civil Aeronautics Administration and the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Feb. 17, 1944.
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Sectional Aeronautical Chart. Douglas (P-3) sheet. 44-2, 44-8 at lower left. Lambert Conformal Conic projection. Relief shown by contours, spot heights and gradient tints. "Restricted" at upper left and lower right margins. Coverage includes portions of Arizona and New Mexico. Portions of Mexico not mapped. Includes index to published adjoining sheets 1:500,000 sectional aeronautical charts, legend, insignia of U.S. Dept. of Commerce and gradient of elevation chart. Shows roads, railroads, airfields, civil airports, radio ranges and stations, cities. towns, etc.
Prescott (R-3)
U.S. Coast and Geodetic...
Prescott (R-3)
1945
Separate Map
 
Author
[U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, United States. Department of Commerce]
Full Title
Sectional Aeronautical Chart. Prescott (R-3). Compiled and printed at Washington, D.C. by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey under authority of the Secretary of Commerce. Principal sources: U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Civil Aeronautics Administration and the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Mar. 1, 1945.
Note
Sectional Aeronautical Chart. Prescott (R-3) sheet. Lambert Conformal Conic projection. Relief shown by contours, spot heights and gradient tints. "Restricted" at upper right and lower left margins. Coverage includes portions of Arizona and New Mexico. Includes index to published adjoining sheets 1:500,000 sectional aeronautical charts, legend, insignia of U.S. Dept. of Commerce and gradient of elevation chart. Shows roads, railroads, airfields, civil airports, radio ranges and stations, cities. towns, etc.
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