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Map of Central Europe post World War II. Many cities in the USSR are labeled with their (romanized) Russian name and their former German, Romanian, Lithuanian, Serbian, or Polish name. A few other cities formerly under German occupation have a byname as well, such as "Brno (Brünn)" and "Raciorz (Ratibor)".

Soviet, American, French, and British occupation zones are shown in Germany and Austria.

Issued with the National Geographic magazine, v. 100, no. 3, Sept. 1951.

Condition Description
Color map on 20th-century wove paper. Toning in the lower lefthand side shown.