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Tansui, Formosa (Taiwan), Taihoku-shu. A.M.S. L991
- Washington, D.C. : Army Map Service, U.S. Army, 1945.
- AMS 1. North Decimal Degree 25.183333. South Decimal Degree 25.166667. East Decimal Degree 121.450000. West Decimal Degree 121.416667. Alternate title: Tansui. In upper left margin: Formosa city plans 1:8,000. Polyconic projection. Relief shown by 10 meter contour intervals.Compiled from aerial photography dated September 1944 by photo-planimetric method and by reference to Formosa 1:50,000, Japanese Imperial Land Survey, Tansui, 1928; Tansui 1:18,400, G.S.G.S. No. 134, 1944; Formosa 1:25,000, A.M.S. Sheet 2322-I SE, 1944. Additional information from intelligence data. Place names are transcribed according to the Modified Hepburn (Romaji) System. With a glossary. Name has been changed to Tan-shui [Tanshui].
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