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War posters, American
|Material Type:||Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Map, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||United States. Army. Services of Supply. Special Service Division,|
|Notes:||World map showing countries belonging to the United Nations, Axis and Axis-occupied areas, countries that broke relations with Axis, countries that maintain relations with both United Nations and Axis, and Vichy France.
Shows military activity the week of July 17 to July 24, 1942.
"Volume 1, no. 14."
The War fronts, text keyed to world map: 1. Southwest Pacific -- 2. China -- 3. Aleutians -- 4. Atlantic -- 5. Casualties -- 6. North Africa -- 7. Western Europe -- 8. Russia.
Includes 2 ancillary maps: The China Front -- The Russian Front.
Includes 7 photographs: Ride to battle [2 photos of Red Army tanks transporting riflemen] -- American gadget [crane lifting B-24 bomber] -- Ranger passes test [Boeing Sea Ranger airplane landing on water] -- WAAC starts training [Women's Army Auxiliary Corps women] -- U.S. tanks in Australia [2 photos of American-made M-3 tanks used by Australian military].
On verso: Tanks of the British Army. 8 photographs show a variety of tanks utilized by the British Army: Light tanks -- Covenanter tank -- Infantry tank -- Wheels for Crusader -- Matildas in the desert -- American-made M-3 -- Matilda crew -- American-made light tanks.
"Prepared from public sources of information."
"U.S. Government Printing Office: 1942 - 451482."
|Description:||1 map : color ; 48 x 103 cm, on sheet 89 x 119 cm|
|Other Titles:||Monday, July 27, 1942 :|
|Responsibility:||prepared and distributed by Army Orientation Course, Special Service Division, Service of Supply.|