Topographical Maps: 1891 - 1945 Austro-Hungarian & German
H17 Dorbiany
J17 Salanty
K17 Siady
L17 Wieksznie
M17 Kurszany
N17 Janiszki
Q17 Ponedele
R17 Oknissta
K18 Telsze
L18 Lukniki
K19 Retowo
L19 Worny
L20 Skaudwile
M19 Kielmy
M20 Rossienie
O19 Krakinow
P18 Pompiany
Q18 Kupischki
R18 Rakischki
S18 Illuksst
Q19 Onikschty
1911 Wilkomierz
(Ukmergė)
R19 Uschpol
S19 Nowo-Alexandrowsk
N20 Kroki
O20 Kiejdany
P20 Wilkomierz
Q20 Kowarsk
S20 Lyngmjany
M21 Wileny
N21 Wilki
O21 Janow a.Wilia
P21 Gielwany
Q21 Pozelwa
R21 Maljaty
S21 Swenzjany
T21 Goduzischki
Kriegsausgabe
N22 Szapjeshischki
O22 Kowno
P22 Koszedary
Q22 Mejszagola
R22 Niemenczyn
S22 Michalischki
T22 Swir
M23 Wylkowyszki
N23 Marjampol
O23 Preny
P23 Sumiliszki
Q23 Wilna
R23 Miedniki
S23 Wornjany
T23 Iza
U20 Kosjany
M24 Kalwarja
M25 Suwalki
M26 Augustow
N27 Grodno-West
N24 Simno
O24 Olita
P24 Orany
Q24 Olkieniki
R24 Wielkie Soleczniki
S24 Oschmiana
(Oszmiana)
T24 Smorgon
O25 Merecz
German topographical maps (a full set of the area
is about 470 sheets), based on late 19th and early
20th century Russian maps, for most of (but not
all of)  Lithuania: the thumbnails on the right are
keyed to the map below.
Mostly from mapywig.org,
www.davidrumsey.com, and www.easteurotopo.org
P25 Przelaje
Q25 Ejszyszki
R25 Lipniszki
N26 Szopotzkin
O26 Porjetschje
P26 Nowy Dwor
Q26 Lida
R26 Iwje
O27 Grodno-Ost
P27 Ostryna
Q27 Bielica
1916 "KOWNO" German
topographical map,
1:25
000
. "Nur for Dienst-ge-
brauch!"
(Only for Official
Use!")
Created during the
occupation of Kaunas
during WWI.
From
http://english.mapywig.org/
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H17
J17
K17
L17
M17
N17
Q17
R17
K18
L18
P18
Q18
R18
S18
K19
L19
M19
O19
Q19
R19
S19
L20
M20
N20
O20
P20
Q20
S20
M21
N21
O21
P21
Q21
R21
S21
T21
N22
O22
P22
Q22
R22
S22
T22
M23
N23
O23
P23
Q23
R23
S23
T23
U20
M24
N24
O24
P24
Q24
R24
S24
T24
M25
O25
P25
Q25
R25
M26
N26
O26
P26
Q26
R26
N27
O27
P27
Q27
1915  Abt. d. Kgl. Preuss.
Landesaufnahme 1913:
"Memel."
1:200 000.
From "Topogr. Ubersichts-
karte des Deutsches
Reiches."
From
www.mapywig.org
Topo maps along 53 degrees latitude, covering
the Russian Empire guberniyas of Lomza,
Grodno, and western Minsk.  
From
www.lazarus.elte.hu/hun/digkonyv/topo/3felmeres
"Lomza"  
Lomza g.
J18 Korciany
J18
J20 Heydekrug
J20
K 20 Tauroggen
K20
1893 - 1914 "Übersichts Karte von Mitteleuropa" at 1:300 000."Herausgegeben von der Kartogr. Abteilung der
Kgl. Preuss. Landesaufnahme." General Maps of Central Europe, a series which was continued after WWI, and during WWI
morphed into Europa, Mitteleuropa, Nordeurupa and Osteuropa variants.   
From www.maps.vlasenko.net
1897 - 1921 "Karte des westlichen Russlands" at 1:100 000 Kartographische Abtheilung d. Konigl. Preuss. Landes -Aufname."
1891 - 1914 3rd Military Map Survey, Austria-Hungary: "Central Europe" at 1:200 000
1893 Wilna
1894 Dünamünde
(Daugavgrīva, Riga)
1894 Windau
(Ventspils)
L24 Wisztyniec
(Vištytis)
L24
L25 Marggrobowa
- Filipów
L25
1899 Kowno
1894 Dwinsk
(Dünaburg)
1896 Wilejka
(Belarus)
L23 Stalluponen-
(Virbalis)
1900 Grodno
1913 Libau
L23
N25 Sejny
N25
1897 Walk
L22 Pillkallen
L22
M27 Suchowola
M27
M22 Schirwindt-
Władysławów
M22
R 20 Uciana
R 20
M18 Szawle
M18
L26 Lyck - Raczki
L26
N18 Szadów
N18
N19 Beisagola
N19
T17 Wyschki
T18 Dünaburg
T19 Dryświaty
T17
T18
T19
T20
T20 Widsy
H18 Nimmersatt
H18
H19 Memel
Kinten
Wischwill
L21
Paaschken
J 19
1904 Tilsit
1893 Heinrichswalde
1940's German "Internationale Weltkarte" at 1:1 000 000
1941 "OST-
PREUSSEN,
N34."
From US
Library of Congress
1941 "WILNA,
N35."  
From
www.mapywig.org
1944 "WILNA, N35."
Note the boundary
differences from 1941's
version.
From
www.mapywig.org
1940's German "Reichsamt für Landesaufnahme" updates to turn-of-the-century Prussian maps: "Übersichts Karte von Mitteleuropa" at 1:300 000, produced in
1919 - 1945. Early sheets are straight reprints of the pre-WWI Königlich Preußischen Landesaufnahme editions. From the mid-1930s, Polish 1:300,000 maps were copied,
and during WWII, captured Soviet maps in 1:100 000 and 1:200 000 scale were used to produce new editions of the German map. In 1942, a subset called “Osteuropa” was
created, followed by “Mitteleuropa” and “Europa.”
From http://english.mapywig.org/viewpage.php?page_id=42
1944 S57 - Riga
1943 T57 -
Jakobstadt
1944 T58 Walk
1940 R56 - Tilsit
1944 S56 -
Schaulen
1921 to 1945 "Karte des Deutschen Reiches," 1:100 000, Großblatt/Einheitsblatt. Deutsche Heereskarte Großblatt" (German Army maps) at 1:100 000 of East Prussia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and
Belorussia SSR
. (Published by the OKH/ General Staff of the Army, Chief of War Maps and Surveying.) From www.mapywig.org
1944 Nr. 001
"Memel"
1944 Nr. 324
"Koschedoren"
1940 Nr. 319
"Kejdany"
1939 Nr. 322a
"Dzisna"
1944 Nr. 327
"Marjampol"
1940 Nr. 331
"Sejny"
1944 Nr. 321
"Utena"
1938 Nr. 332
"Lida"
1944 Nr. 328
"Wilna"
1944 Nr. 335
"Grodno"
1944 Nr. 333
"Iwie"
1944 Nr. 329
"Oszmiana"
1939 Nr. 334
"Wołożyn"
1940 Nr. 325
Święciany
1944 R57 - Libau
1944 R58 Windau
1914 "Tilsit, Szale,
Königsberg, Kowno,
Lomza, Grodno," at
1:300 000,
oversized map
(produced in the
cartogr .: Dept. of
the Deputy General
Staff of the Army.
From mapywig.org
O17 Linków
O18 Kławany
P17 Birže
P19 Poniewież
S17 Szubbat
O17
O18
P17
P19
S17
1934 (dated 1932) "Das Memel-
gebiet," at
1:100 000, created by
the Reich office for land surveys.

From mapywig.org
1918 "Rige, Libau, Memel,
Kowno," at
1:750 000,
published by K.u.k. Mili-
tär geographisches Institut.
From www.mapywig.com
1941 Nr.  322  
"Brasław"
1943 S59 Hapsal
1943 T56
Wilkomir
1944 S55 - Eben-
rode
(Stallupoenen)
1944 S58 -  
Dünamünde
1943 T55 - Wilna
1943 T54 - Slonim
1940 S60 Hangö
1943 T60 Reval
1943 T59 Pernau
1943 U55 - Wilejka
1943 U56 -
Dünaburg
1943 U57 -
Rossiten
1943 U58 -
Pleskau
1943 U59 Dorpat
1944 S54 Lyck
1944 U60 Narwa
1939 Nr. 6
"Pilkallen"
(Schlossberg)
1944 Nr. 307
Libau
Partial
1944 Nr. 1a
Telsze
1938 Nr. 308
Frauenburg
1936 Nr. 313
Schaulen
Nr. 318
Raseiniai
(Partial)
1940 Nr. 309
Mitau - Bauska

Partial
1938 Nr. 314
Schadow
1936 Nr. 323
Kowno
1936 Nr. 320
Ponewesch
1936 Nr. 315
Birsen
1934 Nr. 5
Umgebung von
Tilsit
1939 Nr. 16b
Ebenrode
1940 Nr. 316
Rokiškis
Partial
1941 Nr. 317a
Druja
Nr. 312
Rositten
Partial
1944 Nr. 317
Dünaberg
1940 Nr. 330
Wilejka
1941 Nr. 326
Miadzioł

(Partial)
1940 Nr. 326a
Głębokie -
Dokszyce
1944 Nr. 4
Labiau - Cranz
1940 Nr. 30b
Treuburg- Lyck
Olecko - Elk
1916: "Kowno Bl.11 - XII -
15 F" @
1:25 000, WWI
German "West Ost
Europa"  maps based on
Russian one
and two
verst maps.
From Humboldt
Univ. via www.mapywig.com
1939 "Zusammendruck
1:300 000 Windau-
Schaulen," Berlin, a
composite map which
includes R56, R57, R58,
S56, S57 and S58.
From
www.mapywig.org
"Bialystok"
Grodno g.
Wolkowwiysk"
Grodno g.
"Slonim"
Grodno g.
"Mir"  
(Navahrudak)
Minsk g.
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