Series Number Id: GSGS 3274. Sheet number: part of sheet 28. Black base map, photographically reproduced from the French 1:80,000 map sheets of the Somme area. Shows "original line" and lines on July 7th, 14th, 21st, and 31st, as well as "approximate lines" (shown pecked); British lines are in red overprint and French lines in blue overprint. Covers the whole area of the Somme battlefield, including Albert, Bapaume and Péronne, from Hebuterne in the north to Rouvroy-en-Santerre in the south, and from Bouzincourt in the west to Fins in the east., Location: Research Collections; Fonds: WW1 Trench Maps: France; Box number: PC20; envelope_number: 629.
Series Number Id: UNKNOWN. Army of occupation - zone and stages of Allied advance from Armistice Line to Rhine, November - December 1918. A historic map showing the advance of the victorious Allied armies. French topographical map dated 1894 produced by the Service géographique de l'Armée in 2 sheets (joined), covering SE England, Holland, NW France, Belgian Coast, W Germany, Alsace and Lorraine, and Switzerland (i.e. whole Western Front zone). The sector of advance of each army (Belgian, British, US, French) is shown.
Manuscript additions in coloured inks (red, green, yellow, blue, purple) show stages of Allied advance from the Armistice Line to the Rhine Bridgeheads up to 12 December 1918. Manuscript on reverse: Army of Occupation - Showing Zone and Stages of Allied Advance to Rhine., Location: Research Collections; Fonds: WW1 Trench Maps: France; Box number: PC26; envelope_number: 678.