Map No. 2408E, Bray-sur-Somme, in IGN’s excellent, detailed topographic survey of France at 1:25,000. The top half of this map covers the south-eastern part of the front lines of the Battle of the Somme in World War I, from Fricourt eastwards including Mametz, Longueval with the memorial to the South African troops, Delville Wood and Guillemont.
Although not specifically designed to show WWI memorial sites and best used in conjunctions with one of the specialist maps of the Western Front or the Battle of the Somme, maps in the IGN 1:25,000 series are ideal for locating access to the numerous small British war cemeteries and memorials scattered across this area.
The map is contoured, GPS compatible and shows all the features expected of topographic mapping at this scale. Map legend is in French only. To see the full description of IGN’s 1:25,000 topographic survey of France and the list of all the titles in this series please click on the series link.
Please note: the main section of the Battle of the Somme front line north of Albert, from Aveluy Wood northwards, is covered by map No. 2407O (Thiepval, Beaumont-Hamel, Gommecourt, etc); coverage directly west of this map is on the north-eastern corner of sheet 2408O.
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