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Europe Map 1921

  • national-geographic-europe-map-1921 national-geographic-europe-map-1921
$29.95
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A must-have for history buffs, this map depicts Europe as established by the Peace Conference of Paris. New political borders, borders as they existed before World War I, international territories, and territories subject to plebiscite are detailed on this map.

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A must-have for history buffs, this map depicts Europe as established by the Peace Conference of Paris. New political borders, borders as they existed before World War I, international territories, and territories subject to plebiscite are detailed on this map which accompanied three articles on Europe in the February 1921 issue of National Geographic including "Czechoslovakia, Key-Land to Central Europe."

The 1921 Europe map features:
• New political boundaries as definitely decided and undecided
• Territories subject to plebiscite and international territories
• Boundaries of countries as they existed before the war
• An inset of the Dardanelles
• Thousands of place names including capitals, cities, and towns
• Railroads and ship canals
• Mountains, rivers, and lakes

Coverage Area: Europe, western Russia

Additional Information

Geography Europe
Geo Type Continent
Map Type Historical Maps
Usage Type Classroom Maps
Niche No
Publisher NG Classic

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  1. Excellent Historical Map
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    I love looking over the map, new details arise every time. The map educates me about some border changes as a resut of the Paris Peace Conference. It sparks opportunity to research different aspects of the conference.... The biggest draw back is that as a result of trying to include the changes to Finland and Africa, the biggest changes to Europe become very small and require a magnifying glass to pick out. Perhaps a blown up version of where the most significant changes occurred such as Alsace and Lorraine or The Free City of Danzig (spelling??).

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