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Falkland Islands Royal Engineers briefing map [cartographic material] / Royal Engineers
Bib ID 6154661
Format MapMap
Author
Great Britain. Army. Royal Engineers
 
Edition Ed. 3-GSGS. 
Scale Scale 1:250,000 ; transverse Mercator proj. (W 61°30'--W 57°30'/S 51°00'--S 53°00'). 
Description [Chatham, England] : Royal Engineers, 1982 
1 map : col. ; 68 x 112 cm. on sheet 99 x 129 cm. 
Series

GSGS (Series) ; 5453.

Notes

Map of Falkland Islands showing airstrips and road passability data. Relief shown by contours, shading and spot heights.

Subjects Falkland Islands War, 1982 - Maps.  |  Falkland Islands - Maps  |  Falkland Islands. - Military art and science - - maps - 1982.
Time Coverage 1982 
Form/genre Topographic maps.
Other authors/contributors Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section

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