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ANZAC trench diagram no. 5 [cartographic material]
Bib ID 5740875
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
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Scale Scale 1:7,100. 1 inch = 200 yards. (E 26⁰19'38"/N 40⁰13'50"). 
Description [Turkey : Printing Section, G.H.Q. M.E.F., 1915?] 
1 map ; 46 x 61 cm. 
Notes

Map showing British and Turkish trenches, dugouts, stream lines, field edges.

Oriented with north slightly to the left.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.map-vn5740875

Library 's copy has a number "20" stamped in upper right hand corner.

Subjects Australia. - Army. - Australian and New Zealand Army Corps.  |  World War, 1914-1918 - Campaigns - Turkey - Gallipoli Peninsula - Maps.  |  Gallipoli Peninsula (Turkey) - Maps.
Time Coverage 1915 
Form/genre Military maps.
Other authors/contributors Great Britain. Army. Mediterranean Expeditionary Force

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