National Library of Australia
||Scale 1:17,000,000 (E 70°--E 140°/N 54°--N 17°)
||[S.l. : s.n., 195-?]
1 map ; 24 x 33 cm.
English-language map of China by an unknown publisher, but probably by the government of the People's Republic of China in the early 1950s, showing international, administrative and province boundaries, railways, water features and populated places.
Map shows boundaries claimed by communist China, including much of what is now Tajikistan and northern Burma. Thailand is named 'Siam', Laos is unnamed, and the Korean peninsula is labelled 'Korean Democratic People's Republic'.
Inset: [South China Sea]
Library holds a photocopy.
||China - Maps.
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