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German postcard of some of the battlefield of Artois, site of the First, Second, and Third Battles of Artois (1914 and 1915), the Battle of Loos (1915), and the Battle of Vimy Ridge (1917). Loos is in the upper right, the road to Vimy on the center right. The world's largest French military cemetery is on the heights of Notre-Dame-de-Lorette.
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Nr. 52. Vogelschaupostkarte von der Lorettohöhe
Kriegspostkarte aus 'Der Krieg'
Bird's eye view postcard of the Loretto Heights
War postcard from 'The War'

German postcard of some of the battlefield of Artois, site of the First, Second, and Third Battles of Artois (1914 and 1915), the Battle of Loos (1915), and the Battle of Vimy Ridge (1917). Loos is in the upper right, the road to Vimy on the center right. The world's largest French military cemetery is on the heights of Notre-Dame-de-Lorette.

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Nr. 52. Vogelschaupostkarte von der Lorettohöhe



Kriegspostkarte aus 'Der Krieg'



Bird's eye view postcard of the Loretto Heights



War postcard from 'The War'

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Using the Map Library

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Sources

The maps are from period publications, maps, magazines, books, and, many of them, postcards. Some are hand drawn.