Impressively large and detailed two-sheet Hebrew-language map of Israel, showing the nation immediately following the Six-Day War. This map was published by the Survey of Israel in 1968.
The map stretches from Israel's port on the Red Sea, Eliat, northwards to the Lebanese border. Topography is shown throughout, and roads, cities, towns, tracks, and much more are all depicted. In all, a very detailed and large map of the country.
The map was published in the immediate aftermath of the Six-Day War, which resulted in the expansion of Israel's borders following a surprise attack on Egypt and its allies. The map is an early look at the post-war borders.