USSR 1:100K Topographic Maps

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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Kolpino
Kolpino
USSR 1:100,000 series, sheet number O-36-2. Authors not listed. German translation has been included.
Kompakovo
Kompakovo
USSR 1:100,000 series, sheet number Q-36-139. Prepared by Kuznetsov, Lt. Makarovsky, Col. Gapochko, Eng. 1 rank Klimov, Maj. Emmanuylov.
Kondopoga
Kondopoga
USSR 1:100,000 series, sheet number P-36-69. Authors not listed.
Korostyshev
Korostyshev
USSR 1:100,000 series, sheet number M-35-71. Prepared by Ardaev, Shatunov, and Migunov.
Kramatorsk
Kramatorsk
USSR 1:100,000 series, sheet number M-37-112, Edition 1. Prepared by Cpt. Andreev, Eng. 2nd rank Kamenskiy, Maj. Yagund. Labeled 'For Military Use Only' in the top right margin.
Krasnodar
Krasnodar
German Army Truppenausgabe. 1:100,000 series, sheet number L-37-102, Edition 1. Originally published by 'Soviet Union. Glavnoe geodezicheskoe upravlenie. Gosudarstvennyi institut geodezii i kartografii'.
Krasnograd
Krasnograd
USSR 1:100,000 series, Russische Karte 1:100,000, sheet number M-36-95, Edition 1. Prepared by Maj. Babkin, Eng. 2 rank Kryukov, Maj. Dulebov, Politruk Teleshevsky. Reprinted by German publisher with translation in purple overprint.
Krasnokutsk
Krasnokutsk
USSR 1:100,000 series, sheet number M-36-71. Prepared by Lindenberg, Staropol'skiy, Izmaiylov, Col. Gapochko. Map has been reprinted as Russische Karte 1:100,000 German series, 1939-1940.
Landvorovo
Landvorovo
USSR 1:100,000 series, sheet number N-35-25. Prepared by Istomina, Eng. 3 rank Kryukov, Cpt. Dulebov. Yonava was home to the second largest Jewish population in Lithuania (after Vilnius) before 1941.
Leninets
Leninets
USSR 1:100,000 series, sheet number P-36-89. Authors not listed.
Leningrad (St. Petersburg)
Leningrad (St. Petersburg)
USSR 1:100,000 series, sheet number O-36-1. Prepared by Lt. Sokolov, Cpt. Urban, and Col. Zakharov.
Lodeinoe Pole
Lodeinoe Pole
Ita-Karjalan Kartasto 1:100,000 series, sheet number P-36-116. Reprint of USSR 1:100,000. Original authors not listed. Finnish place names have been overprinted in black.
Luba-Salma
Luba-Salma
USSR 1:100,000 series, sheet number P-36-28. Authors not listed.
Lubny
Lubny
USSR 1:100,000 series, sheet number M-36-67, Edition 1. Prepared by Maj. Babkin, Eng. 2 rank Kryukov, Maj. Dulebov.
Luninets
Luninets
USSR 1:100,000 series, sheet number N-34-138, Edition 3. Prepared by Cpt. Ptitsin, Cpt. Viktorov, Col. Migunov, Cmdr. Teremets. Previously a part of Pinsk Oblast.
Lusal'ma
Lusal'ma
Ita-Karjalan Kartasto 1:100,000 series, sheet number Q-36-100. Reprint of USSR 1:100,000. Originally prepared by Lt. Ignatenko, Lt. Redrenko, Eng. 1 rank Klimov. Finnish place names have been overprinted.
Lyahovtsy
Lyahovtsy
USSR 1:100,000 series, sheet number M-35-65, Edition 3. Prepared by Lt. Pomodin, Lt. Col. Buyanov, Col. Sidorov.
Lysychansk
Lysychansk
USSR 1:100,000 series, sheet number M-37-113, Edition 1. Prepared by Cpt. Andreev, Eng. 2nd rank Kamenskiy, Maj. Yagund. Labeled 'For Military Use Only' in the top right margin.
Lyubar
Lyubar
USSR 1:100,000 series, sheet number M-35-80. Prepared by Drannik, Kryukov, Valerianov, Dulebov. German Atlasblatt reprint, with binder holes. Liubar was a historically Jewish town of around 2,000 in 1941 and was the site of many historical pogroms.
Lyubartov
Lyubartov
USSR 1:100,000 series, sheet number M-34-22. Prepared by Lt. Bamyuk.

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