Philips' new handy general atlas & gazetteer
A geographical survey of the new era--its territorial changes, world relations, and commercial communications, with a gazetteer-index of over 100,000 names /
ed. by G. Phillip.
[cartographic material] :
|Main Creator:||Philip, George, 1870-1937.|
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[London] : Liverpool : G. Philip & sons, ltd. ; 1921.
Philip, son & nephew,
|Edition:||2d & rev. ed.|
"While every part of the world receives exhaustive treatment, the United Kingdom and the British Empire are accorded special attention; no fewer than 79 out of the 200 pages of maps being devoted to the empire and the mandatory states placed under British control." cf. Pref.
Gives maps of Europe illustrating the peace terms.
Many small maps give details of the locality such as London docks, Hull docks, Manchester ship canal, Liverpool docks, North Sea canal, Tourists' map of Switzerland, Suez canal, Panama canal, Otago harbour, the Klondike, Boston harbour, New York harbour, Hampton Roads, "Sob" canal, environs of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Paris, Madrid, Berlin, Vienna, Berne, Rome, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Auckland, Lyttelton, Wellington, Cape Town, Montreal.
Also among others, inset maps of the following cities: London.--Edinburgh.--Dublin.--Brussels.--Antwerp.--Amsterdam.--Petrograd.--Calcutta.--Madras.--Chicago.
Physical description: viii, 315 p. : 105 maps on 200 l. ; 41 cm.
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