Algeria 1200,000

Material Information

Algeria 1200,000
Series Title:
G. S. G. S.
Great Britain -- War Office. -- General Staff. -- Geographical Section
Institut géographique national (France)
United States -- Army Map Service
Place of Publication:
Washington D.C
Army Map Service
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
maps : col. ; 39 x 50 cm. or smaller.
Scale 1:200,000.


Subjects / Keywords:
Maps -- Algeria ( lcsh )
Maps ( lcsh )
single map ( marcgt )
indexed ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
37.001383 x -7.998047, 37.001383 x 12.919922, 18.123579 x 12.919922, 18.123579 x -7.998047 ( Map Coverage )


General Note:
Set includes various issues of some sheets, some reissued by U. S. Army map service.
General Note:
Elevations shown by contours, shadings, spot heights, and bath. isolines.
General Note:
Military grid.
General Note:
"Graticule lines ... are in grades based on Paris meridian Latitude and longitude (from Greenwich)"
General Note:
Legend in French and English.
General Note:
Sheets covering Algeria's boundaries with Morocco and Tunisia are omitted in numbering. These areas are covered by Morocco 1:200,000 (G. S. G. S. 4173) and Tunisia 1:200,000 (G. S. G. S. 4227) respectively.
General Note:
Two gauges of railroads, five classes of roads or paths, and three types of internal boundaries are indicated.
General Note:
Based on maps by the French Service géographique de l'Armée.
General Note:
"Glossary of Arabic terms" on most sheets.
General Note:
Marginal diagrams: Index to adjoining sheets.
GSGS (Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section) ;

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
Map and Imagery Library, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida.
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Resource Identifier:
12100322 ( oclc )