Belgium with military cemeteries and war memorials, battle sites and defence lines, military museums and forts, castles and fortified churches, etc., from the terrible conflicts of the XX century through Waterloo back to the Middle Ages.
Using as a base its double-sided road map of the country at 1:250,000 Belgium’s national survey organization has produced a map highlighting the history of conflicts. Extensive range of symbols show locations of both Allied and German military cemeteries, Memorials to the Missing in 1914-1918, defence fortifications including the Maginot Line, battle sites and fortified encampments, military museums and citadels, castle and fortified churches, etc.
Coverage extends to north-western France as far as Albert to show the northern part of the Somme battlefields. In its south-eastern corner the map extends just beyond the present French/Belgian border, so Verdun and the eastern part of the Maginot line are not included. In the north, coverage of the Netherlands extends to ‘s-Hertogenbosch.
The map has latitude and longitude margin ticks as 1’ and is illustrated with numerous photos. Also included are lists of abbreviations and of lines of defence bunkers. Map legend and all the text include English.
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