by N/A | Earth sciences, geography, environment, planning
Published 28/02/1993 by Michelin (N/A)
Michelin Battle of Normandy Map 102 covers the region associated with the Battle of Normandy between June and August 1944, at a scale of 1:200,000. Historic WWII reproduction map. A detailed map of Normandy at a scale of 1:200,000 showing the main sites of the summer 1944 battle. This map is an antique-feeling reproduction of the map originally published by Michelin in 1947. The main map includes place names and features special icons denoting battle dates and parachute drops, as well as an inset showing the broader movements of the military forces. The original cartography includes all types roads, included those that were under construction - distances are also marked on roads. Castles, places of worship, ruins are all clearly marked. The text is in French and English.
Use this in conjuction with a modern day map to help you show what changes have happened since 1944