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Section 9, No. 22
Adriatic
Section 9, No. 22 : Adriatic

B&W Hydrographic Chart. Mediterranean - Adriatic. Compiled from the latest Government Surveys to 1879. London, Published at the Admiralty 9th November 1880, under the Superintendence of Captain F.J. Evans, Royal Navy, C.B., F.R.S, Hydrographer.

D 6.3
European Turkey: South West
D 6.3 : European Turkey: South West

Coloured Map. General-Karte der Europäischen Türkei (European Turkey): South West part. Albania, part of Macedonia, Zrnagora of Montenegro, part of Thessaly. George Finlay's signature on reverse of map.

C 13.8 (a)
No. 1. General Map of the Theatre of War
C 13.8 (a) : No. 1. General Map of the Theatre of War

B&W Map. Balkan War: General Map, January 20th, 1913Balkan War: General Map of the Theatre of War c. 1913. No. 1

C 13.6
Map of Macedonia, Albania and Epirus
C 13.6 : Map of Macedonia, Albania and Epirus

B&W Map. Χαρτης της Μακεδονιας, Αλβανιας και Ηπειρου. Pencilled notation on outside indicates this is a Greek propaganda map.

C 13.5
Macedonia, Old Serbia and Albania
C 13.5 : Macedonia, Old Serbia and Albania

Coloured Map. Karte von Makedonien, Altserbien und Albanien (Macedonia, Old Serbia and Albania) marked with the Seats of Bishoprics.

C 13.2
Ethnographic map of the European Orient
C 13.2 : Ethnographic map of the European Orient

Coloured Map. Ethnographische Übersicht bes Europäischen Orients

C 11.1
37-43 Plevlje
C 11.1 : 37-43 Plevlje

Coloured Map. Austrian Military Generalkarte of Central Europe: 37-43 Plevlje

C 13.7
Map of the Balkans to Illustrate the Near Eastern Question
C 13.7 : Map of the Balkans to Illustrate the Near Eastern Question

Coloured Map. A Map of part of the Balkans to Illustrate the Near Eastern Question with insert maps to show its context in Europe.

C 13.4
The Question of Thrace, Greeks, Bulgarians and Turks
C 13.4 : The Question of Thrace, Greeks, Bulgarians and Turks

La Question de Thrace, Grecs, Bulgares et Turcs. A series of coloured maps in an atlas showing the history of the Balkans in the 'modern' age and the shifting territories and ethnic populations in the northern Balkans from 910 A.D. To 1919, ending with a map of the Greek claim to Eastern Thrace.

Section 29, No. 5
Albania/Epirus
Section 29, No. 5 : Albania/Epirus

[Turkish] Coloured Map.Albanian map of Shqipëria (Republic of Albania) with boundaries. Printed in Constantinople 1920. Plans of the cities of Korçë (Korçës) and Skopje (Shkupit). Map is annotated on the side: “A Mr.Stewart S. Clarke Argyrocastro [Gjirokastër] 10 - 1 1922 Institu[vien] M. Kokalisre (Mumtaz Kokalar)"

Section 29, No. 7
Greece & The Balkans
Section 29, No. 7 : Greece & The Balkans

[Greek] Coloured Map. Map of the “Χερσονησου” or Peninsula of Greece with coloured boundaries and population figures for countries Greece, European Turks (Epirus, Macedonia and Thrace), Bulgaria, Romania, Servia and Montenegro). 21 July 1899

Section 29, No. 13
Greece, Balkans, Asia Minor
Section 29, No. 13 : Greece, Balkans, Asia Minor

[Greek] Coloured Map.The New Map of the Peninsula of Greece (Νεος Χαρτης της Ελληνικης Χερσονησου) showing Greece, Albania, Montenegro, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania and the Western part of Turkey with an insert for Constantinople.

Section 29, No. 14
Sofiya (Edition 7-GSGS)
Section 29, No. 14 : Sofiya (Edition 7-GSGS)

Coloured Map. Published by D Survey, Ministry of Defence, United Kingdom, 1959. Printed by No.1 SPC, Royal Engineers. 10,000/6/59/4170/R.

Section 38, No. 2
Scutari
Section 38, No. 2 : Scutari

Coloured Map. K.u.k. militär-geographisches-Institut.