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[Iraq and Iran] / War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section.
- Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
- [London] : War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section, 1940-50.
- Relief shown by contours, hachures, form lines, and spot heights. Iraq Zone Grid (purple); Mecca-Muscat Zone Grid (blue); Caucasus Zone Grid (brown) Partly based on maps compiled and published originally by the Survey of India: "Quarter inch map of India and adjacent countries", 1910-31. Provisional edition G.S.G.S. 3919 (Survey of India (1940-43) or Provisional G.S.G.S. 2919 (Middle East); with military grid. Includes also sheets compiled by various units of the Indian Field Survey Coy, and British Middle East Forces (I. D. R. 9002) (X. D. R. 9002) and (P. I. D. 9002) with or without series designation. Set was compiled by various units of the Indian Field Survey Coy, and British Middle East Forces (I. D. R. 9002) (X. D. R. 9002) and (P. I. D. 9002) with or without series designation. This set was re-issued in 1961 by U. S. Army Map Service: standard map series designation K501. Scale changed to 1:250,00, Universal Transverse Mercator grid added. Each sheet has individual name and number. Includes Persian, and Arabic glossary; administrative and compilation indexes, table of abbreviations. Map shows international demarcated and undemarcated, province or state , district and, subdivision boundaries, military grid, roads, railroads,
- Topographic maps, Iraq—Maps, Iran—Maps, Afghanistan—Maps, Middle East—Maps, Maps, and Topographic Maps
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