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Map of the Australian 5th Division During the German Spring Offensive

Map of the Australian 5th Division During the German Spring Offensive
Accession Number
M994
Cartographer
Ordnance Survey.
Photo Color
Color
Physical Size
24 1/2 X 34 1/4 inches
Restrictions
Unrestricted
Scale
1:40,000
TIF Identifier
M994.tif
Rights

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Credit: Ordnance Survey.

Courtesy Harry S. Truman Library & Museum, Independence, Missouri.

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Description

A grid map, numbered 62D in a series, that is annotated to show the positions, headquarters, and movement of the 5th Division of the Australian Imperial Force. Areas highlighted in red pencil are Bussy les-Daours, la Neuville, Corbie, and Sailly-le-Sec. A light red line is drawn from Villers-Bretonneux to Morlancourt. Handwriting on the back reads: "Sailly-le-Sec, Bussy-les-Daours, Sailly-Laurette, Aubigny, Corbie." The back also includes a French to English glossary and an index to adjoining maps in the series. Donated by Ralph E. Truman.

Date(s)
ca.