Map Collections


366. Dated Events War Map, 1944
[D GX11 1942 P]
Distributed by Homstad Lumber and Coal Co., Black River Falls, Wisconsin
367. Documenting Reports in Life Magazine during World War II, 1941-45
[GX11 1941 L]
Nine maps:
1. December 8, 1941--Pacific Ocean, showing distances from San Francisco to Manila
2. March 23, 1942--Australia
3. May 18, 1942--World Oil
4. September 20, 1943--America's Worldwide War and Location of American Troops
5. August 28, 1944--Approaches to Germany
6. October 2, 1944--Celebes to New Guinea
7. November 27, 1944--U.S. Army Advances
8 and 9. April 2, 1945--Germany's Critical Minerals
368. H. V. Kaltenborn's New 1940 War Map of Europe
[H GX30 1930 K]
369. Illustrating World War II, Drawn for Time Magazine, 1941-45
[GX11 1942 C]
Forty-three maps:
1. November 17, 1941--Soviet Union
2. December 15, 1941--Pacific Battlefield
3. January 5, 1942--Battle of Luzon
4. January 26, 1942--Japanese Front Moves
5. February 2, 1942--Japan's Geo-Strategy
6. July 13, 1942--China's Plague
7. September 28, 1942--The Fight Has Just Begun
8. October 12, 1942--African Battleground
9. November 12, 1942--Geo-Strategy of Guadalcanal
10. November 23, 1942--Algeria and Tunisia
11. December 7, 1942--War in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans
12. February 15, 1943--Freedom of the Air
13. March 1, 1943--Russia's Ukraine
14. April 26, 1943--The Japs are Digging in
15. May 17, 1943--After Tunisia: First the Islands?
16. June 21, 1943--Routes to Berlin
17. August 9, 1943--Battle for the Boot
18. October 4, 1943--Global Combat
19. November 8, 1943--Arteries of the Pacific
20. November 22, 1943--Winter Projection
21. January 31, 1944--By the Left Flank
22. January 31, 1944--X Marks the Spot
23. February 21, 1944--German Jigsaw
24. March 20, 1944--Stillwell's Front
25. April 3, 1944--Balkan Barriers
26. April 3, 1944--Cassino Corner
27. April 3, 1944--The Czar's Will on 1944 Europe
28. April 17, 1944--Burma: Double Gamble
29. April 24, 1944--Superpower in the Pacific
30. May 1, 1944--Invasion Land
31. June 12, 1944--June 6, 1944
32. July 3, 1944--The Squeeze
33. July 17, 1944--Wreckers at Work
34. July 24, 1944--Cracks in the Fortress
35. October 30, 1944--I Have Returned
36. December 4, 1944--Wacht am Rhein
37. December 4, 1944--Choking Chunking
38. January 1, 1945--Counter Attack
39. January 8, 1945--Honorable War Plants
40. January 29, 1945--Reach to the Reich
41. February 19, 1945--From the West
42. March 19, 1945--Road to Rangoon
43. April 2, 1945--Three-Way Doom
370. Newsmaps of World War II, 1944
[GX11 1944 A]
Vol. II-IV [incomplete], plus three out-of-series issues. Includes 170 maps on forty-four sheets with varying scales. Contains text and news photographs on the verso of most.
371. Newspaper Maps Showing Battle Areas of World War II, 1941-46
[R GZ 1946]
Collection of maps of WWII battlefronts from Chicago Daily Tribune, cut out and mounted in special folder by Professor Siemers of Wisconsin State University-River Falls. Also includes pictorial material on insignia and patches.
372. The Battle of the Belgian Bulge, December 1944
[H GX30 1944 S]
 
373. The Pacific and the Far East: A Current Guide to the Principal Scenes of Action in the Southwest Pacific and Eastern Asiatic Theaters, [1944?]
[D GX16 1944 C]
Includes pictures and biographies of six important military leaders and an advertisement for the news on certain radio stations.
374. War Areas of the World, 1942?
[GX11 1942 H]
Issued by the New York Times and reprinted by the U.S. Office of War Information. Includes twenty-one maps on twelve 15 x 21 in. sheets.
375. War Map of Japan and Other Strategic Pacific Areas, 1945
[GX16 1945 G2]
Copied by General Drafting Company, issued by Standard Oil Company (New Jersey). 30.75 x 45 in., scale approx. 45 miles = 1 inch. Includes insets of Philippine Islands, Palau Islands, Truk Islands, Dublon, Yap, Angaur, Saipan and Tinian, Canton-Hong Kong area, Paramushiru, Guam, Rota, Marcus Island, Ngulu Islands, Ulithi Islands, Sorol Islands, Elato and Lamotrek, Ryukyu Islands, Woleai Islands, Chichijima Islands, Hahajima Islands, Iwo Jima, and Tokyo and vicinity.
376. War Map of the Pacific Theater, 1945
[GX16 1945 G]
Copied by General Drafting Company, issued by Standard Oil Company (New Jersey). 45 x 30.75 in., scale approx. 1 inch to 164 statute miles on the Equator. Includes insets of South China Coast, Formosa, and Vladivostok and vicinity.
377. War Map, Three Maps in One, 1942
[D GX11 1942 G]
"Geographia" Map Company map that includes marked areas of Allied and Axis occupations.
378. World War II Western Front, 1939?
[GX30 1939 B28]