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Eastern Turkey in Asia. Diarbekr, sheet 24. Series I.D.W.O. no. 1522
- Great Britain. War Office. Intelligence Division
- [London]: War Office. Intelligence Division, 1914.
- " Lithd. at the Intell: Div: War Office Decr. 1902." Relief shown by landforms and by spot heights. Includes an index to adjoining sheets, and a glossary. This map is part of a series covering Mesopotamia, eastern Anatolia, and part of the Ottoman Empire. Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section. G.S.G.S. no. 1522. Relief shown by form lines and spot heights. Some sheets from this set were revised and issued by War Office. Geographical Section. General Staff, published as G.S.G.S. no. 1522, 1522a. Series covers Mesopotamia and eastern Anatolian parts of Ottoman Empire. "Compiled at the Intelligence Division, War Office by Major F.R. Maunsell, R.A. from Col. H. Chermside 1883. Col. M.S. Bell 1886, Capt. W.J. Anderson 1902, Capt. F.R. Maunsell 1899. Puchstein's Routes 1882, Oppenheims 'Vom Mittelmeer zum Persischen Golf' 1893, Karet von Klainasien - R. Kiepert - Sheets Nisibin & Diarbekr 1914, Dr. Hinrichs-Reise Mosul nach Aleppo 1911 - Pett.Mitt. Jan. 1914. Revised to July 1914." With glossary. Set is complete,see index. Great Britain. War Office. Intelligence Division. I.D.W.O. no. 1522.
- Diyarbakır İli (Turkey)—Maps, Topographic maps, and Turkey—Maps
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- G7431.C2 s250 .W3O3 sh24
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