Catalogue description South-West Asia. 'Turco-Persian frontier Wazna Pass': sketch map of an area (now in...

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Details of MFQ 1/442/15
Reference: MFQ 1/442/15

South-West Asia. 'Turco-Persian frontier Wazna Pass': sketch map of an area (now in Iraq) south-west of Dohak, lying within a bend of the Little Zab River (Nahr az Zab as Saghir), showing a proposed railway, mule tracks, contours, place names, waterways, and the frontier between the Persia and the Ottoman Empire. Reference table; notes on roads and the terrain; summary of distances. Based on information taken from a report by Captain G Tyrrell, Royal Engineers, December 1902, and from the frontier delimitation map of 1914. Signed: Lieutenant Colonel F R Maunsell, 17 June 1918. Originally illustrating a memorandum dated 18 June 1918.

Date: 1918
Related material:

For the related memorandum, see folios 52-61 of WO 106/64

Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English
Dimensions: 46.5 cm x 62 cm
Map scale: 1:84000
Physical condition: MS, coloured
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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