Calais (Operation Undergo), September 1944

Maps in this series have been digitized from paper originals held at the Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies  They have been made available to the public under the terms of the Creative Commons License, through a partnership between McMaster University and the LCMSDS


Calais, Defence Overprint [Operation Undergo], 12 September 1944
Calais, Defence Overprint [Operation Undergo], 12 September 1944
Clearing of the Channel Ports--Operation Undergo. Overprint produced by the Royal Canadian Engineers. This map was originally held by the Department of Defence, and was acquired by the Laurier Military History Archive (LMH) from the Directorate of History and Heritage, Government of Canada, in the 1990s. Digitization and georeferencing was performed at the University of Waterloo.
Dunkerque, Defence Overprint [Siege], 11 September 1944
Dunkerque, Defence Overprint [Siege], 11 September 1944
Overprint produced by the Royal Canadian Engineers. This map was originally held by the Department of Defence, and was acquired by the Laurier Military History Archive (LMH) from the Directorate of History and Heritage, Government of Canada, in the 1990s. Digitization and georeferencing of the map was performed at the University of Waterloo.
Le Havre [East], Defence Overprint [Operation Astonia], 5 September 1944
Le Havre [East], Defence Overprint [Operation Astonia], 5 September 1944
Operation Astonia (September 10-12, 1944). Overprint produced by the Royal Canadian Engineers. This map was originally held by the Department of Defence, and was acquired by the Laurier Military History Archive (LMH) from the Directorate of History and Heritage, Government of Canada, in the 1990s. Digitization and georeferencing of the map was performed at the University of Waterloo.
Le Havre [North West], Defence Overprint [Operation Astonia], 5 September 1944
Le Havre [North West], Defence Overprint [Operation Astonia], 5 September 1944
Operation Astonia (September 10-12, 1944). Overprint produced by the Royal Canadian Engineers. This map was originally held by the Department of Defence, and was acquired by the Laurier Military History Archive (LMH) from the Directorate of History and Heritage, Government of Canada, in the 1990s. Digitization and georeferencing of the map was performed at the University of Waterloo.
Le Havre [South West], Defence Overprint [Operation Astonia], 5 September 1944
Le Havre [South West], Defence Overprint [Operation Astonia], 5 September 1944
Operation Astonia (September 10-12, 1944). Overprint produced by the Royal Canadian Engineers. This map was originally held by the Department of Defence, and was acquired by the Laurier Military History Archive (LMH) from the Directorate of History and Heritage, Government of Canada, in the 1990s. Digitization and georeferencing of the map was performed at the University of Waterloo.
Zeebrugge NW, Defence Overprint--[the Scheldt], 9 October 1944
Zeebrugge NW, Defence Overprint--[the Scheldt], 9 October 1944
Battle of the Scheldt (phase 2): Operation Switchback and the clearing of the Breskens Pocket (October 6-November 3, 1944). Produced by the Royal Canadian Engineers. This map was originally held by the Department of Defence, and was acquired by the Laurier Military History Archive (LMH) from the Directorate of History and Heritage, Government of Canada, in the 1990s. Digitization and georeferencing of the map was performed at the University of Waterloo.
Zeebrugge SW, Defence Overprint--[the Scheldt], 10 September 1944
Zeebrugge SW, Defence Overprint--[the Scheldt], 10 September 1944
Planning for the Battle of the Scheldt (phase 2). Produced by the Royal Canadian Engineers. This map was originally held by the Department of Defence, and was acquired by the Laurier Military History Archive (LMH) from the Directorate of History and Heritage, Government of Canada, in the 1990s. Digitization and georeferencing of the map was performed at the University of Waterloo.
Zeebrugge SW, Defence Overprint--[the Scheldt], 3 October 1944
Zeebrugge SW, Defence Overprint--[the Scheldt], 3 October 1944
Battle of the Scheldt (phase 2): Operation Switchback and the clearing of the Breskens Pocket (October 6-November 3, 1944). Produced by the Royal Canadian Engineers. This map was originally held by the Department of Defence, and was acquired by the Laurier Military History Archive (LMH) from the Directorate of History and Heritage, Government of Canada, in the 1990s. Digitization and georeferencing of the map was performed at the University of Waterloo.