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Titolo: Conventional Signs, United States Army MAPS,...
Casa editrice: Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.
Data di pubblicazione: 1918
Legatura: Soft Cover
Illustratore: Map, Letters and Signs
Condizione libro: Poor
Edizione: Revised Edition
Tipologia articolo: Military & War
pp. 22 + fold-out WITH changes No. 1 and 2 supplement. Dirty copy. How to read a topograhical map for works and structures, Boundaries, marks and monuments, Drainage, Relief, Land Classification, Hydrography, dangers, obstructions, Aids to Navigation, etc., Special military Symbols, Lettering, Conventional signs, U.S.Army Maps (changes from 1912, Conventional signs Aerial Navigation maps. Name written on the front cover. Supplement Pages are dirty and look like someone stepped on it. Size: 5 3/4"Tall. Codice inventario libreria 002776
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