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The two Koreas ; Forgotten war, three long years in Korea
- National Geographic Maps (Firm) )
- Washington, DC : National Geographic, 2003.
- Relief shown by gradient tints, shading, and spot heights. Depths shown by gradient tints and isolines. Map on recto shows the Demilitarized Demarcation Line, July 1953, cross- border road (open in 2003), and under construction cross-border railroad, roads, railroads, and airpotrs. Map on verso shows areas of occupation, battle sites and movement of troops: "September 14 - November 24, 1950". "This map uses a new system for transcribing South Korean place-names from the Korean alphabet. This phonetic system, proclaimed by South Korea in 2000, changes places such as Cheju to Jeju and Pusan to Busan." "The two Koreas" map includes text, notes, brief glossary ("Geographic Equivalents"), location map on a globe, flag illustrations, text, charts, and graph comparing economic growth during 1953-2001. Korean War map includes text, notes, ancillary maps with accompanying text showing the sequences of the war, and illustrations. "Supplement to National Geographic, July 2003."
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- G7901.S1 2003 .N3
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