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History Of Europe, The Major Turning Points Map 1983

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Travel through time with this brilliant supplement to the 1983 Europe map. An exploration of the major turning points in the history of Europe, this map also accompanied four articles in the December 1983 issue of National Geographic including "Rome of the East."

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Travel through time with this brilliant supplement to the 1983 Europe map. An exploration of the major turning points in the history of Europe, this map also accompanied four articles in the December 1983 issue of National Geographic including "Rome of the East." Dazzling illustrations and multiple inset maps make this a must-have for any student of European history.

The 1983 "History of Europe, the major turning points" map features:
• Tapestry of History illustrated timeline from 4500 B.C.-A.D. 1979
• Maps of Europe in 814 and the Roman Empire, ca. 400
• Insets of The World in 1500, the Growth of Prussia, and the Congress of Vienna in 1815
• Inset map of European Imperialism, 1914
• Map of Europe during World War II, 1939-1942
• Major European cities, as well as towns with 15th century printing presses, Universities before the 16th century, cathedrals, battlefields, archaeological sites, medieval roads, canals circa 1750, and historical trade routes
• Facts about major turning points in European history as well as dazzling illustrations of historical figures

Coverage Area: Europe, western Soviet Union

Additional Information

Geography Europe
Geo Type Continent
Map Type Historical Maps
Usage Type Classroom Maps
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Publisher NG Classic

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