London: War Office, 1942.
First Edition. A stated First Edition Africa Road Map for the northern coast of Africa, Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia. Text in French and English, prepared by the U.K. War Office in 1942. Late that same year, British and American troops would land in Morocco and Algeria, beginning a new phase of WWII in Africa. A large road map of the region, measuring 49 x 108 cm, on a 67 x 115 cm folding sheet. A ‘Carte Michelin,’ revised in 1939, and photolithographically copied for use by the Army and Navy Departments. Notation at the top in pencil, mentioning Herbert Casey(?), the Director of the American Red Cross Club in Bizerte, Tunisia, in 1943. Beginning of separation at some of the folds, though generally in Very Good condition.
Very Good binding.