Maps in this series have been digitized from paper originals held in the William C. Wonders Map Collection at the University of Alberta. They have been made available to the public under the terms of the Creative Commons License, through a partnership between McMaster University and the University of Alberta.
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Atella

Prime meridian: Rome (Monte Mario). "Aggiornamenti: Ricogni. parziali 1936XIV (Rotabili e particolari importanti)." L'equidistanza e di metri '25.


Atena Lucana

Prime meridian: Rome (Monte Mario). "Aggiornamenti: Ricogni. parziali 1936XIV (Rotabili e particolari importanti)." L'equidistanza e di metri '25.


Atri

GSGS series 4228. First Edition. Air photographs dated 1943. Compiled by 514 Corps Fd. Svy Coy., R.E., Mar. 1944. Drawn and reproduced by 13 Corps Fd. Svy. Coy., R.E., May. 1944. The meridians are based on the meridian of Rome, which is 12 degrees, 27 minutes and 7.1 seconds east of Greenwich. Contours at 5 metres (V.I.). South Italy Grid.


Augusta

GSGS series 4228. Second Edition (Coloured)AMS 1. Copied from an Italian Istituto Geografico Militare map dated 1926 with principal communications revised to 1940 using air photos. Produced by the U.S. Army Map Service but photolithographed by the British Ordnance Survey in 1943. The meridians are based on the meridian of Rome, which is 12 degrees, 27 minutes and 7.1 seconds east of Greenwich. Contours at 10 metres interval. South Italy Grid "Blue".


Auletta

Prime meridian: Rome (Monte Mario). "Aggiornamenti: Ricogni. parziali 1936XIV (Rotabili e particolari importanti)." L'equidistanza e di metri '25.


Aurisina

Italian map dated 1937 reprinted in German in 1944. "1 degree, 7 minutes, 30 seconds East of Rome (Monte Mario) = 12 degrees, 27 minutes, 12 seconds East of Greenwich.


Auronzo

Third Edition. Italian map dated 1938 reprinted in German in 1943. "0 degrees, 7 minutes, 30 seconds West of Rome (Monte Mario) = 12 degrees, 27 minutes, 12 seconds East of Greenwich.


Aversa

Provisional GSGS series 4228. First EditionAMS 1. Copied from an Italian map dated 1943 with principal communications revised to 1943 using air photographs. The meridians are based on the meridian of Rome, which is 12 degrees, 27 minutes and 7.1 seconds east of Greenwich. Contours at 25 metres interval. South Italy Grid "Blue".


Aversa

GSGS series 4228. Second Edition (coloured). Italian Istituto Geografico Militare map dated 1936 and photolithographed by the British Ordnance Survey in 1943. Information shown in black is taken from smaller scale material and its position is approximate. This sheet shows revision to principal communications up to 1939 from smaller scale maps. The meridians are based on the meridian of Rome, which is 12 degrees, 27 minutes and 7.1 seconds east of Greenwich. Contours at 25 metres (V.I.). South Italy Grid (Blue).


Aversa

Prime meridian: Rome (Monte Mario). "Aggiornamenti: Ricogni. parziali 1936XIV (Rotabili e particolari importanti)."


Aviano

GSGS series 4228. First Edition. Italian Istituto Geografico Militare map dated 1932 and photolithographed by the British Ordnance Survey in 1943. The meridians are based on the meridian of Rome, which is 12 degrees, 27 minutes and 7.1 seconds east of Greenwich. Contours at 25 metres (V.I.). North Italy Grid.


Avigliano

Prime meridian: Rome (Monte Mario). "Aggiornamenti: Ricogni. parziali 1936XIV (Rotabili e particolari importanti)." L'equidistanza e di metri '25.


Avola

GSGS series 4228. Second Edition (Coloured)AMS 1. Copied from an Italian Istituto Geografico Militare map dated 1928 with principal communications revised to 1940 using air photos. Produced by the U.S. Army Map Service but photolithographed by the British Ordnance Survey in 1943. The meridians are based on the meridian of Rome, which is 12 degrees, 27 minutes and 7.1 seconds east of Greenwich. Contours at 10 metres interval. South Italy Grid "Blue".


Azeglio

GSGS series 4228. First Edition. Italian Istituto Geografico Militare map dated 1931 and photolithographed by the British Ordnance Survey in 1943. The meridians are based on the meridian of Rome, which is 12 degrees, 27 minutes and 7.1 seconds east of Greenwich. Contours at 5 metres (V.I.). North Italy Grid.


Badia

Italian map dated 1931 reprinted in German in 1943 with purple German grid superimposed. Grid lines (purple) follow the Deutsche Heeresgitter (DHG), or German Army Grid System. Easting (Rechts) and Northing (Hoch) coordinates are measured in metres, based on a central meridian of 9 degrees (Meridianstreifen 9 degrees). Latitude/longitude coordinates are based on the prime meridian at Rome (Monte Mario). Contour intervals (Hohenlinien) are 10m.


Badia

GSGS Series 4228. First Edition. Italian Istituto Geografico Militare map dated 1931 and photolithographed by the British Ordnance Survey in 1943. The meridians are based on the meridian of Rome, which is 12 degrees, 27 minutes and 7.1 seconds east of Greenwich. Contours at 20 metres (V.I.). North Italy Grid.


Badia Polesine

Third Edition. Italian map dated 1891 reprinted in German in 1935. "1 degrees, 00 minutes, West of Rome (Monte Mario) = 12 degrees, 27 minutes, 12 seconds East of Greenwich.


Baganzola

GSGS series 4228. First Edition. Italian Istituto Geografico Militare map dated 1935 and photolithographed by the British Ordnance Survey in 1943. The meridians are based on the meridian of Rome, which is 12 degrees, 27 minutes and 7.1 seconds east of Greenwich. North Italy Grid.


Bagheria

GSGS series 4228. Second Edition (Coloured)AMS 1. Italian Istituto Geografico Militare map dated 1912 and photolithographed by the British Ordnance Survey in 1943. Revised in 1923. Principal communications revised to 1940 and area revised from air photos. Produced by Army Map Services. The meridians are based on the meridian of Rome, which is 12 degrees, 27 minutes and 7.1 seconds east of Greenwich. Contours at 25 metres (V.I.). South Italy Grid "Blue".


Bagheria

GSGS series 4228. Second Edition (Coloured). Italian Istituto Geografico Militare map dated 1912 and photolithographed by the British Ordnance Survey in 1943. Revised in 1923. Principal communications revised to 1940 and area revised from air photos. The meridians are based on the meridian of Rome, which is 12 degrees, 27 minutes and 7.1 seconds east of Greenwich. Contours at 25 metres (V.I.). South Italy Grid "Blue".
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