Maps: 1946 - 1954
1951 "POLSKA I ZSSR, N-34-B,
KAUNAS, 1:500 000."
1954 "LITEWSKA SSR, N-35-A,
WILNIUS (WILNO), 1:500 000."
1953 Topographic maps by the US Army Map Service (AMS) based on earlier, often Russian, maps, 1:250 000 and 1:1 000 000 scales. From Perry castaneda Library Map Collection: Cashttp://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/lithuania.html
Full map index, and
DETAIL of historic
reproduced to the right.
1953 Army Map Service World Maps, with a glossary in
Swedish, German, Polish, Russian, Estonian, Latvian
and Finnish -- but NOT Lithuanian!
1946 Army Map Service 1: 100 000 topographic maps of "Poland," based on pre-War maps at the same scale produced by WIG. All except
1948 "MAP OF POLAND AND
London, based on earler maps
created by Polish expatriates
in Edinburgh, and "completed,
made up-to-dateand printed in
1948 -- ignoring postwar
boundaries. From www.mapywig.org/
1947 ("Belarus, Lithunia,
Latvia and Estonia CCP's").
|"EUROPE: STOCKHOLM -
|"VIL'NYUS - MINSK
c. 1946 Skaistutis Slapelis (map designer):
"Map of the boundaries of Lithuania,"
including boundaries from the 13th
Century, multiple provisional boundaries
after WWI, ending with the January 1941
boundary with the "Soviet Republic of
White Russia." From Lietuvos nacionalinė
Martyno Mažvydo biblioteka: http://nbdb.libis.lt
1950 Peeter Mantnieks (cartographer/publisher):
"LATVIJA," Brussels, 85 x 115 cm, showing admini-
strative divisions, places of economic important, major
cities, towns, villages, roads, railroads, rivers, water
mills, forests, lakes, and industries. Includes the words "
Dievs sveti Latviju," the Latvian National Anthem.
Reprint of his 1920 map. From www.davidrumsey.com
1949-50 National Security Council,
Central Intelligence Agency, Map Service
"Lithuanian S.S.R. Administrative Centers
(1949 and 1950)," in a declassified,
formerly secret, map, showing both what
the CIA knew, and didn't know, about
Lithuania's administrative boundaries.
From U.S. National Archives: archives.gov