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Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Map showing Egypt, a transcontinental country spanning the northeast corner of Africa and southwest corner of Asia, and surrounding regions, and international, intercolonial, provincial, district boundarioes, with place names, railways, under construction, projected, roads suitable for motor traffic: all seasons, dry weather, roads suitable for carts, tracks, telegraphs or telephones, telegraphs or telephones along roads or tracks, provinces, frontier districts, localities, mountain ranges, peaks, valleys, capes, islands, tribes, towns of 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th importance, rivers, unsurveyed, canals, marshes and swamps, plains liable to inundation,, geodetic trigonometrical stations, altitudes in metres, depths in metres, wells, springs, waterholes, pools, historical ruins, wireless telegraph station. Contours are at 200 & 500 metres & thence at 500 metre intervals. Relief shown by form lines with height in metres, tinted shading. Colour. Scale 1 : 2,000,000.
University of Cape Town
image/jpeg, 47 x 60 cm. on sheet 61 x 69 cm.
University of Cape Town. Libraries. Special Collections.
Africa 1 : 2.000.000, N I H 36 - 37
Egypt, N 36°00'--N 28°00'/E 30°00'--E 42°00'
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