National Geographic : 1915 Aug
The New Geographic War Map S ^-EVER before has there been such a demand for maps of any part of the globe as S there is today for maps of Europe. S The popular need of a really official map is quite as great as the necessity for newspapers and magazines, for whoever reads at all reads about the war and seeks to under stand the shifting battle lines in its several theaters. Such a map the National Geographic Society is now able to offer to its members and their friends in an up-to-date and thoroughly accurate chart of the entire area involved, from the Dardanelles to Petrograd; from Palestine to Portugal, and from western Ireland to eastern European Russia. The requests for a comprehensive and reliable map were so numerous that at great expense the Society has had this map compiled and drawn from the best surveys of Europe, on a scale of 84 miles to the inch, giving every important city, town, and village, and as full Sof detail as legibility will permit. With this map and several boxes of assorted colored pins, one may keep intelligent trace of all the battle lines of Europe as they shift from day to day with the tide of war. E Extra copies of this map, which is 28 x 30 inches in size, and printed in four colors, at 25 cents per copy, postpaid; mounted on linen, 75 cents; Canada or Foreign, 12 cents addi tion for postage. DEPARTMENT M, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE, WASHINGTON, D. C. ----- ---- --------- ----------------------- CUT ON THIS LINE- DEPT. H, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, 16th and M Streets, Washington, D. C. 1915. SPlease send copies of the New Geographic War Map, for which I enclose herewith - If sev ral copies are desired, write names and addresses and sen with your card; we will mail them for you. Name E Printed on Map Paper (size, 28 x 30 inches), - Postpaid, 25 cents. Street Address - Mounted on Linen, postpaid, 75 cents. 5 Canada or Foreign, 12 cents extra postage. City and State "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."