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The Balkans 1:250,000. Khania, sheet G-19. A.M.S. M506 (G.S.G.S. 4375, 4410, 4412, 4413)
- Washington, D.C. : Army Map Service, U.S. Army, 1947.
- AMS 2. Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section. G.S.G.S. 4375. Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section. G.S.G.S. 4410. Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section. G.S.G.S 4412. Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section. G.S.G.S 4413. Alternate title: Khania, Greece. Universal transverse Mercator and Crete zone grids. Principal meridians are Athens and Greenwich. UTM grid added, gradient tints and isogonic data deleted by AMS, 1947. Relief shown by 100 and 200 meter contour intervals and spot elevations. With a glossary. Transliteration from the Greek is according to R.G.S.II (revised) system. Compiled and drawn by War Office, 1943. See index. Library holdings for this set are incomplete.
- Topographic maps and Greece—Maps
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- G6801.C2.s250.A7M3 sh G-19
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