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."
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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
Lithuanian-area maps
reproduced to the right.
1953 Army Map Service
World Maps: EUROPE,
1:1 000 000:"STOCKHOLM -
RIGA" on the top left, with a
glossary in Swedish, Russian,
Estonian, Latvian and Finnish;



"VIL'NYUS - MINSK
(VILNA) on the bottom
left, with a Glossary in
German, Polish, and
Russian -- but NOT
Lithuanian!
NO 34-11 LIEPAJA
N0 34-12 JELGAVA
NO 35-10 RIGA
NO 35-11 LUNINETS
NN 34-2 KLAIPEDA
NN 34-3 SIAULIAI
NN 35-1 UKMERGE
NN 35-2 DAUGAVPILS
NN 34-6 KAUNAS
NN 35-4 VIL'NYUS
NN 35-5 MOLODECHNO
NN 34-9 BIALYSTOK
NN 35-7 LIDA
NN 35-8 MINSK
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
G-15 Klaipeda                            H-16 Tilsit                                   H-17 Naumiestis                        J-17 Kalvarija
K-17 Suwalki                              K-18 Druskieniki                       L-17 Grajewo                              L-18 Grodno
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 "Klaipeda"from http://easteurotopo.org/
1948 "MAP OF POLAND
AND ADJACENT
COUNTRIES,"
1:1 100
000
, London, based on
earler maps created by
Polish expatriates in
Edinburgh, and
"completed, made
up-to-date and printed in
1948 -- but ignoring
postwar boundaries.
From
http://www.mapywig.org/
1947 ("Belarus,
Lithunia, Latvia
and Estonia
CCP's")
at 1: 8
000 000
. From
www.karty.by