France 1:80k Geologic Maps

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Abbeville
Abbeville
GSGS (series); 4326. Sheet 11. This sheet was originally published by the Depot de la Guerre in 1839. It was mounted on linen and the gaps along the folds between paper panels show up as horizontal and vertical white lines in this reproduction. These maps were reproduced by the British during WWII in preparation for Operations Overlord and Anvil. Only the sheets covering the northern and southern coasts of France were reproduced. These maps were essential for determining potential locations of airfields, supply depots, road construction materials, and overland transportation routes. Contains an explanation of the geologic features continued on verso. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Abbeville [verso]
Abbeville [verso]
GSGS (series); 4326. This is the reverse side of Sheet 11. This is the legend for the geologic features pictured on the front. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Aix
Aix
GSGS (series); 4326. Sheet 235. This sheet was originally published by the Depot de la Guerre in 1839. It was mounted on linen and the gaps along the folds between paper panels show up as horizontal and vertical white lines in this reproduction. These maps were reproduced by the British during WWII in preparation for Operations Overlord and Anvil. Only the sheets covering the northern and southern coasts of France were reproduced. These maps were essential for determining potential locations of airfields, supply depots, road construction materials, and overland transportation routes. The bottom and right margins contain more information on the geologic formations. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Ajaccio
Ajaccio
GSGS (series); 4326. Sheet 264. This sheet was originally published by the Depot de la Guerre in 1839. It was mounted on linen and the gaps along the folds between paper panels show up as horizontal and vertical white lines in this reproduction. These maps were reproduced by the British during WWII in preparation for Operations Overlord and Anvil. Only the sheets covering the northern and southern coasts of France were reproduced. These maps were essential for determining potential locations of airfields, supply depots, road construction materials, and overland transportation routes. The left and right margins contain more information on the geologic formations. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Alais
Alais
GSGS (series); 4326. Sheet 209. This sheet was originally published by the Depot de la Guerre in 1839. It was mounted on linen and the gaps along the folds between paper panels show up as horizontal and vertical white lines in this reproduction. These maps were reproduced by the British during WWII in preparation for Operations Overlord and Anvil. Only the sheets covering the northern and southern coasts of France were reproduced. These maps were essential for determining potential locations of airfields, supply depots, road construction materials, and overland transportation routes. Contains an explanation of the geologic features continued on verso. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Alais [verso]
Alais [verso]
GSGS (series); 4326. This is the reverse side of Sheet 209. This is the legend for the geologic features pictured on the front. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Alencon
Alencon
GSGS (series); 4326. Sheet 62. This sheet was originally published by the Depot de la Guerre in 1839. It was mounted on linen and the gaps along the folds between paper panels show up as horizontal and vertical white lines in this reproduction. These maps were reproduced by the British during WWII in preparation for Operations Overlord and Anvil. Only the sheets covering the northern and southern coasts of France were reproduced. These maps were essential for determining potential locations of airfields, supply depots, road construction materials, and overland transportation routes. The left and right margins contain more information on the geologic formations. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Amiens
Amiens
GSGS (series); 4326. Sheet 12. This sheet was originally published by the Depot de la Guerre in 1839. It was mounted on linen and the gaps along the folds between paper panels show up as horizontal and vertical white lines in this reproduction. These maps were reproduced by the British during WWII in preparation for Operations Overlord and Anvil. Only the sheets covering the northern and southern coasts of France were reproduced. These maps were essential for determining potential locations of airfields, supply depots, road construction materials, and overland transportation routes. Contains an explanation of the geologic features continued on verso. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Amiens [verso]
Amiens [verso]
GSGS (series); 4326. This is the reverse side of Sheet 12. This is the legend for the geologic features pictured on the front. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Antibes
Antibes
GSGS (series); 4326. Sheet 237. This sheet was originally published by the Depot de la Guerre in 1839. It was mounted on linen and the gaps along the folds between paper panels show up as horizontal and vertical white lines in this reproduction. These maps were reproduced by the British during WWII in preparation for Operations Overlord and Anvil. Only the sheets covering the northern and southern coasts of France were reproduced. These maps were essential for determining potential locations of airfields, supply depots, road construction materials, and overland transportation routes. The bottom and right margins contain more information on the geologic formations. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Arcis
Arcis
GSGS (series); 4326. Sheet 67. This sheet was originally published by the Depot de la Guerre in 1839. It was mounted on linen and the gaps along the folds between paper panels show up as horizontal and vertical white lines in this reproduction. These maps were reproduced by the British during WWII in preparation for Operations Overlord and Anvil. Only the sheets covering the northern and southern coasts of France were reproduced. These maps were essential for determining potential locations of airfields, supply depots, road construction materials, and overland transportation routes. The left and right margins contain more information on the geologic formations. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Arles
Arles
GSGS (series); 4326. Sheet 234. This sheet was originally published by the Depot de la Guerre in 1839. It was mounted on linen and the gaps along the folds between paper panels show up as horizontal and vertical white lines in this reproduction. These maps were reproduced by the British during WWII in preparation for Operations Overlord and Anvil. Only the sheets covering the northern and southern coasts of France were reproduced. These maps were essential for determining potential locations of airfields, supply depots, road construction materials, and overland transportation routes. The left and right margins contain more information on the geologic formations. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Arras
Arras
GSGS (series); 4326. Sheet 7. This sheet was originally published by the Depot de la Guerre in 1839. It was mounted on linen and the gaps along the folds between paper panels show up as horizontal and vertical white lines in this reproduction. These maps were reproduced by the British during WWII in preparation for Operations Overlord and Anvil. Only the sheets covering the northern and southern coasts of France were reproduced. These maps were essential for determining potential locations of airfields, supply depots, road construction materials, and overland transportation routes. Contains an explanation of the geologic features continued on verso. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Arras
Arras
GSGS (series); 4326. This is the reverse side of Sheet 7. This is the legend for the geologic features pictured on the front. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Avignon
Avignon
GSGS (series); 4326. Sheet 222. This sheet was originally published by the Depot de la Guerre in 1839. It was mounted on linen and the gaps along the folds between paper panels show up as horizontal and vertical white lines in this reproduction. These maps were reproduced by the British during WWII in preparation for Operations Overlord and Anvil. Only the sheets covering the northern and southern coasts of France were reproduced. These maps were essential for determining potential locations of airfields, supply depots, road construction materials, and overland transportation routes. The left and right margins contain more information on the geologic formations. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Avranches
Avranches
GSGS (series); 4326. Sheet 61. This sheet was originally published by the Depot de la Guerre in 1839. It was mounted on linen and the gaps along the folds between paper panels show up as horizontal and vertical white lines in this reproduction. These maps were reproduced by the British during WWII in preparation for Operations Overlord and Anvil. Only the sheets covering the northern and southern coasts of France were reproduced. These maps were essential for determining potential locations of airfields, supply depots, road construction materials, and overland transportation routes. The left and right margins contain more information on the geologic formations. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Bar-Le-Duc
Bar-Le-Duc
GSGS (series); 4326. Sheet 51. This sheet was originally published by the Depot de la Guerre in 1839. It was mounted on linen and the gaps along the folds between paper panels show up as horizontal and vertical white lines in this reproduction. These maps were reproduced by the British during WWII in preparation for Operations Overlord and Anvil. Only the sheets covering the northern and southern coasts of France were reproduced. These maps were essential for determining potential locations of airfields, supply depots, road construction materials, and overland transportation routes. Contains an explanation of the geologic features continued on verso. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Bar-Le-Duc [verso]
Bar-Le-Duc [verso]
GSGS (series); 4326. This is the reverse side of Sheet 51. This is the legend for the geologic features pictured on the front. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Barneville
Barneville
GSGS (series); 4326. Sheet 27. This sheet was originally published by the Depot de la Guerre in 1839. It was mounted on linen and the gaps along the folds between paper panels show up as horizontal and vertical white lines in this reproduction. These maps were reproduced by the British during WWII in preparation for Operations Overlord and Anvil. Only the sheets covering the northern and southern coasts of France were reproduced. These maps were essential for determining potential locations of airfields, supply depots, road construction materials, and overland transportation routes. The left and right margins contain more information on the geologic formations. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.
Bastelica
Bastelica
GSGS (series); 4326. Sheet 265. This sheet was originally published by the Depot de la Guerre in 1839. It was mounted on linen and the gaps along the folds between paper panels show up as horizontal and vertical white lines in this reproduction. These maps were reproduced by the British during WWII in preparation for Operations Overlord and Anvil. Only the sheets covering the northern and southern coasts of France were reproduced. These maps were essential for determining potential locations of airfields, supply depots, road construction materials, and overland transportation routes. The left and right margins contain more information on the geologic formations. This map is held in the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, call number G 5831 .C5 s80 MC64A.

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