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Africa after WWI, 1921

Africa after WWI

Title: Africa after WWI
Projection: Unknown,
Source Bounding Coordinates:
W: -20 E: 60 N: 20 S: -40

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Description: Political map of Africa shortly after WWI showing boundary changes, including losses of German territory after the Treaty of Versailles. German Southwest Africa is shown as part of the Union of South Africa, and German East Africa is shown as Tanganyika Territory. The British, French, Belgian, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese possessions remain largely as they were prior to WWI.
Place Names: A Complete Map of Africa, Algeria, Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Lybia, Madagascar, Nigeria, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Belgian Kongo, Rhodesia, Angola, Union of South Africa, Tanganyika Territory, Abyssinia, Spanish Territory
ISO Topic Categories: oceans, inlandWaters, location, boundaries
Keywords: Africa after WWI, borders, physical, topographical, kVersailles, topographical, country borders, oceans, inlandWaters, location, boundaries, Unknown, 1921
Source: Jacques W. Redway and Russell Hinman, Natural Elementary Geography (New York, NY: American Book Company , 1921) 128
Map Credit: Courtesy the private collection of Roy Winkelman
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