NYU Spatial Data Repository

Manshū oyobi Shiberi heiyō nijūmanbun no ichi zu, Maps Index

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Description:
This polygon shapefile is an index to 1:200,000 scale maps of Manchuria (China), Siberia (Russia), titled '満洲及西伯利兵要二十万分一圖 - Manshū oyobi Shiberi heiyō nijūmanbun no ichi zu.’ This map series was originally produced by the Japanese Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters in 1939. Stanford University Libraries holds a large collection of Japanese military and imperial maps, referred to as gaihōzu, or "maps of outer lands." These maps were produced starting in the early Meiji (1868-1912) era and the end of World War II by the Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters, the former Japanese Army. The Library is in the process of scanning and making available all of the maps in the collection. To create this index, footprints were generated using the fishnet tool, and metadata were supplied for the digitized paper maps by Stanford University Libraries. After the footprints were created, the shapefile was trimmed and labeled according to the sources. Relief is shown by contours and spot heights. Includes sheets Kantōgun Sokuryōtai, publ. 1942-1943 by Kantōgun Shireibu.This layer provides an index map that can be used to locate individual scanned map sheets.
Publisher:
Stanford Digital Repository
Place(s):
Siberia (Russia), Manchuria (China), East Asia, China, and Russia (Federation)
Subject(s):
Topographic maps, Military maps, Index maps, Grids (Cartography), Boundaries, and Military
Format(s):
Shapefile
Year(s):
1939
Held by:
Stanford
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