Germany. Heer. Heeresplankammer.
Map showing Banjul, formely known as Bathurst, the capital city of The Gambia, and country, intercolonial or mandate, provincial, and district boundaries, with place names, roads and ways for motor traffic, heavy duty roads, light duty roads, nature paths, passable all year round, passable only in dry weather, other tracks, paths or explore'rs routes, telegraph lines along roads, telegraph lines, capital of the colony, important city districts, city subdivisions, villages, district capitals, bridges, ferries, fords, perrenial rivers: with canals, non-perennial, unsurveyed, swamps, wells, waterholes, ground liable to flooding, airports, flight and landing strips, water airports, post offices and post offices with telegraph or telephones, roadhouses, radio or transmission stations, lighthouses, customs offices, harbours, Christian missions, mosques, minarets, sanctuaries, trigonometric or astronomical points with heights in metres, highest formlines, formlines not measured, seaports, forests, most frequently used abbreviations. Colour. Special edition VI. Scale 1 : 500 000.
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Deutsche Weltkarte: Afrika 1 : 500 000ND - 28 SW
The Gambia--Banjul--BanjulN 14°00'--N 12°00'/W 18°00'--W 15°00'
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