[Aerial map showing France and Belgium]

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Aerial photos and maps used in France during World War I. A set of photographs and maps. 3 sheets of plywood taped together providing 6 surfaces, using both sides. There are 3 maps and 66 individual photos. 2 pages have 24 photographs and one page - 18.

The information given on one map is Belgium and France, Sheet 28, Edition 3.
Each is an aerial photograph of a portion of the surface of the land below and its facilities.

The maps are divided into numbered squares which equate to the numbered photographs.
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[Aerial map showing France and Belgium], 1982.700. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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