National Geographic : 1942 Jun
FOLLOW THE WAR WITH THESE MAPS SLarge, Ten-Color "Maps for Victory" Published by the National Geographic Society-Thousands Used by OurGovernment and Our firmed Forces ACCURATELY and concisely, the geographic facts of World War II are shown in these ten color maps. Widely used by the Government, they will help you also to understand military problems and to keep up with each day's tremendous devel opments. Indexes are available for maps marked *. The World: 41x22 inches; ideal to determine quickly the "lay of the land" wherever news happens. *Theater of War in the Pacific: 20%x26% inches; gives 861 air distances between strategic points. *Pacific Ocean: 38x31 inches; has 73 insets of islands, harbors; shows reef formations, time zones. *Theater of War in Europe, Africa, and Western Asia: 31x26% inches; combines geographic features of three maps into one revealing picture. r---------------------i National Geographic Society ............................................ 1942 Dept. B-P, Washington, D. C. Please send items indicated, for which I enclose $............ (Write number of copies desired, in spaces below.) Number of Copies Desired Title Paper Linen Indexes Maps Maps Indexes The World Theater of War in Pacific* Pacific Ocean* Theater of War in Europe, Africa, and W. Asia* Indian Ocean Atlantic Ocean United States* Europe and Near East* Central Europe & Medit.* British Isles Asia* Bible Lands* | Canada* Africa* Mex., Cen. Am., & W. I.* I South America* North America* Also..........copies of the Map File. Name................................. .......................... Address................ ..... ............ ........ . I.------------- - Indian Ocean: 25%x32% inches; includes eastern Africa and Australia; insets of Suez, Philippines, Guam, Singapore, Hong Kong, New Zealand. Atlantic Ocean: 25x31% inches; includes large part of the four continents bordering the Atlantic. *United States: 41x26% inches; shows military divisions, defense data, 8,838 place names. *Europe and the Near East: 39x34 inches; all Europe and large part of Russia; 9,052 place names. *Central Europe and the Mediterranean: 36%x26% inches; on a large scale for easy reference. British Isles: 29x35 inches; decorative design; many directing symbols to historic places. *Asia: 38%x31 inches; includes all of Russia; 6,500 place names; shows comparative size of cities. *Bible Lands and the Cradle of Western Civilization: 25x35 inches; modern developments, ancient sites. *Canada: 40x27 inches; shows important highways, railroads, general elevation, etc. *Africa: 29x31% inches; 7,162 place names; gives railway routes, highways, and other data. *Mexico, Central America, West Indies: 24x41 inches; shows Caribbean defense bases, Panama Canal. *South America: 26%x37% inches; shows chief natural resources, railways, air lines, etc. *North America: 26%x33 inches; includes all adja cent areas related to hemisphere defense. *INDEXES: Available for all maps marked with asterisk *; bound in protective covers, 7x10 inches; contain alphabetical listings and location keys of all place names on corresponding maps. HANDY MAP FILE: Bound like a book, 10/x7%3 inches; has Manila pockets, plainly numbered; accommodates in indexed order 20 folded paper maps or 10 maps with their respective Indexes; maroon library-buckram covers embossed in gold. * * * PRICES: In U. S. and Possessions-Paper Maps, 50¢ each; Linen Maps, $1; Indexes, 250; Map File, $2.50. Outside of U. S. or Possessions-Paper Maps, 754; Linen Maps, $1.25; Indexes, 500; Map File, $2.75. All items are sent postpaid. Remittances to be payable in U. S. funds. Obtainable only from the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, Dept. B-P, Washington, D. C.