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The battle ground of liberty where Americans are fighting for humanity and lasting peace : a large scale detail map of the western battle front in Europe showing in minute detail the geographic features of the region; cities, towns, villages, rivers, and small streams, railroads and highways, as well as the topographical nature of the battle ground, and giving the farthest advance of the German armies, September 6th, 1914 and the battle ground of to-day, where America joins forces with the Allies (Verso)
- Rand McNally and Company
- Chicago : Rand McNally & Company, .
Relief shown by hachures. Map shows with red dotted line: British and French battle lines. A solid red line indicating the German farthest advance area. Shows cities, towns, rivers, railways and stations, wagon roads, forts, and fortified places. "The map is divided into 10 mile squares". In lower right margin: "662c". Cover title:: "Rand McNally war map of the entire western battle front in Europe showing the farthest advance of the Germans in 1914 and the battle line in 1917." (No. 4.). [Map Collection does not have this cover] Index " Western battle front on verso.
- World War, 1914-1918—Campaigns—Western Front—Maps, World War, 1914-1918—Europe—Maps, Military campaigns, Euorope—Maps, and Thematic maps
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