Ref: LS121, 1930, Geographia
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This is an original map. Good Condition.
Old London map of the streets of West Barnes, Morden Common and North Cheam, including Battersea New Cemetery and Nonsuch Park. Train stations featured are Worcester Park and Motspier Park.
Published by Geographia Ltd, which was founded in 1911 by Hungarian Alexander Gross (1879 - 1958). Based in Fleet Street, London.
London's total population, as of the 1931 census, was 8,110,358, with approximately 4 million of those souls living within inner London.
Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party rise to power in Germany in 1933 and World War II breaks out at the end of the decade.
|Dissected in a marbled slip case
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