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Regional Asian maps of the Eastern Asia region from the Maps ETC collection. This includes physical and political maps, early history and empires, climate maps, relief maps, population density and distribution maps, cultural maps, and economic/resource maps.

The Chinese Empire, 1910
A map of the Chinese Empire in 1910. The map is color–coded to show the territory of China proper, the dependencies of China (Manchuria, Mongolia, Chinese Turkistan, and Tibet), the frontier with the Russian Empire, the Japanese Empire (includi...

Economy of the Far East, 1912
A map from 1912 of the Far East, showing principal economic products of the region. The map is color–coded to show areas of tea, coffee, rice (outlined in black), silk, opium, fisheries, and coal production. Other products are named in red. The...

Korea and Manchuria, 1912
A map from 1912 of the province of Manchuria and Korea, showing the political boundaries at the time. The map shows main and secondary railways in the region, including the Manchurian portion of the Trans-Siberian Railway between Harbin and Port Arth...

Eastern Asia, 1914
A map from 1914 of East Asia showing the political boundaries of the time, including the Asian portion of the Russian Empire, the Chinese Empire, Korea, the Empire of Japan, and the foreign possessions of Britain, France, Netherlands, and the United ...

China, Japan, and Korea, 1914–1919
China, Japan, and Korea in 1919. ...

China and Japan, 1916
A map from 1916 of China and the Japanese Empire showing terrain features and political boundaries at the time, including the foreign possessions of Britain and France, and the extent of the Japanese Empire in China and Chosen (Korea). This map uses ...

The Shantung Peninsula, 1919
A map of the Chinese Shantung (Shandong) Peninsula at the end of World War I, showing its proximity to Korea and Japan, and its strategic location between the Yellow Sea, the Gulf of Pechili (Bohai Gulf), and Port Arthur. Prior to the war, Germany ha...

The Cradle of Chinese Civilization, Ancient China
A map of Asia showing the cradle of Chinese civilization around 221 BCE. The map shows the terrain of the region, indicating the mountainous regions above 12,000 feet, highlands above 6,000 feet, and plains below 6,000 feet. The map shows the Tarim B...

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