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1:25,000 Maps of Poland

Post  henridecat on Mon Jan 05, 2009 1:58 pm

This was originally posted in the Yahoo Forum by Ian Jackson

maps of poland etc
this is 1:25 000 scale
enlarge by 333.33% to get 1:7500

http://www.mapywig.org/viewpage.php?page_id=6

Here is a small section of a typical map for perusal


Followed by a few comments:

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SWEET! Very useful for campaigns in Poland, including Napoleonic
Prussia and western Russia.

Many thanks for the tip!

Jan Spoor
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Having looked at a few (so not all) I note the towns seem to lack any
fortress walls so I suspect these had been demolished in the most part
(in the same way Vienna lost its walls to make way for roads etc.)

Tim Carne
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However, in many European cities dating from that era you can often trace the lines of the old city walls along the streets. Moscow, for example, has an inner ring road that follows the path of the old city walls.

Robert A. Mosher
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whilst not fortress walls the Krakau maps in 1:25000 have several
forts on the maps series are P48 S30 (D, E, G,& H)

Ian Jackson[img][/img]
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Classic Kriegsspiel type maps of Central and Eastern Europe

Post  King_Rufus on Wed Sep 28, 2016 8:49 pm

Thanks to Graham C for reminding me this site exists - it has in fact expanded considerably since Richard  first drew attention to it, and how hosts German and Austrian maps of the Eastern Front from both world wars, plus a lot else besides.

The correct URL is http://english.mapywig.org/news.php

For a sample map, of the area north of Lublin in 1915, click on one of the yellow squares at
http://igrek.amzp.pl/result.php?cmd=id&god=A_XXVII&cat=KUK075


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Re: 1:25,000 Maps of Poland

Post  Mr. Digby on Wed Sep 28, 2016 9:26 pm

Incredible resource, thank you very much for the reminder.

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Re: 1:25,000 Maps of Poland

Post  Martin on Thu Sep 29, 2016 5:02 pm

Yes indeed. An excellent selection of maps.

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