Ref: WW525, 1920, Harmsworth
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Original map first published c.1920. Republished July 2016.
World war one map depicting the northern part of the Eastern Front, the battle lines, and trenches, drawn between the Russian Empire and the empires of Germany and Austro-Hungary. The Eastern Front stretches from Romania and Austria-Hungary to the south, through Poland, East Prussia and to Russia, the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Riga in the north.
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As published at the time of this map, c.1920:
Russia opened her campaigns on the eastern front with a pronounced salient - Poland - thrust far in to the heart of the Central Empires. To the north of Poland lay East Prussia, of which the southern strip is a difficult country of hill and marsh, the Masurian Lakes region. To the south lay Austrian Galicia, most of which slopes downwards towards Poland, so that many rivers flow to the north or north-east from the Carpathian mountains. Across the plain of Poland the Vistula flows in a natural trench to enter Prussia between Wloclawek and Thorn.
|Dissected in a marbled slip case
|Rolled in a plain tube
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