Hebrew-Language Map of the Eastern Front, Published in Tel Aviv.
Interesting contemporary Tel Aviv-published map of the Eastern Front, showing roads, railroads, wheat fields, oil, and other important economic centers throughout the western Soviet Union.
The map is signed by Shlomo Cohen, a mapmaker for the Tel-Aviv daily Yedioth Ahronoth. It shows the Soviet borders as of 1941, with a portion of the west shaded more lightly, signifying German advances during Operation Barbarossa.
An interesting depiction of the beginning of the Eastern Front of World War II.
Yedioth Ahronoth (ידיעות אחרונות) was founded in Tel Aviv, British Mandate of Palestine, in 1939. Its name translates literally as "Latest News." The newspaper emulated the format of the London Evening Standard, and published its Hebrew-language daily through the Second World War and Israeli War of Independence. It continues today and is considered a moderately conservative paper.