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German Wehrmacht Map Series 1:50,000, Moscow 1939-41

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German Wehrmacht Map Series 1:50,000, Moscow 1939-41

Post  henridecat on Sat Jan 10, 2009 1:57 pm

Available online on a CD from http://www.hpssims.com/Pages/products/Maps/Moscow_Special/Moscow_Special_Series.htm

Below info and sample from the site.

This special series of historical maps is comprised of 14 individual map sheets, numbered 1-15 (map #5 was never printed). These maps were issued by the German Armed Forces (Wehrmacht) in 1939-41, and cover the city of Moscow and the surrounding area (central Moscow is in the lower left corner of Map 8 ).

The maps were scanned from the captured map collection at Stanford University. They are saved in .JPG format at a resolution of 300 dpi and range in size from 36MB to 45MB.

The map files are stored on 1 standard CD.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The CD contains only the JPG map graphic files. Users must use a graphics program capable of viewing JPG files of this size. The graphics viewer supplied with Windows XP (SP 2) is completely compatible, as is Windows Paint running on NT/Windows 2000; users with other operating systems may require some form of third party viewer (such as Adobe Photoshop, or shareware/freeware with the ability to view large files).


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