Detail View: David Rumsey Historical Map Collection: (Map Title Page) 140-141. South India, Ceylon, Burma. 142. Lower Ganga (Ganges) Valley.

Collection: 
David Rumsey Historical Map Collection
Author: 
USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics).
Date: 
1967
Short Title: 
Map Title Page: 140-141. South India, Ceylon, Burma. 142. Lower Ganga (Ganges) Valley.
Publisher: 
USSR Moscow
Type: 
Map Title Page; Index Map
Obj Height cm: 
50
Obj Width cm: 
31
Country: 
Myanmar; India; Sri Lanka
Full Title: 
(Map Title Page) 140-141. South India, Ceylon, Burma. 142. Lower Ganga (Ganges) Valley.
List No: 
1603.151
Series No: 
151
Publication Author: 
USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics).
Pub Date: 
1967
Pub Title: 
Chief Administration of Geodesy and Cartography under the Council of Ministers of the USSR. The World Atlas. Second Edition. Moscow. 1967.
Pub Note: 
This second edition of the Atlas of the World (1st edition in 1954) has fewer maps of the USSR on account of the interim publication of the "Atlas of the USSR", three fewer historical maps due to then impending publication of the "Historical Atlas of the World", and many new maps and revisions. The Atlas was considered accurate in terms of contemporary knowledge of the ocean floors. This edition also uses both the Russian and the Roman alphabets - making it comprehensible to a much broader range of readers. "The second edition of the World Atlas is issued at a time when all progressive people of the globe are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Great October socialist revolution." Mapped in attractive full color with tints for elevation and sea depth values. Relief shading is sometimes used to contribute to realism. Scales generally in regular increments (two or multiples of two); urban vicinity maps typically at 1:250,000 facilitating the comparison of the sizes of major cities around the world.
Pub List No: 
1603.000
Pub Type: 
World Atlas
Pub Height cm: 
51
Pub Width cm: 
34
Image No: 
1603151
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