Europe Demographics 1917

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Vintage original print: Two maps of Europe illustrates some of the demographic diversity as viewed by British cartographers during World War I. One map shows the dominant cultural groups in each country. The second represents population density across the region, from less than 26 persons per square mile to over 512 persons per square mile

Publisher/Author: Oxford Press

Page Size:  18 (w) by 14 3/8 (h) inches

Map Size: 17 1/2 (w) by 14 1/8 (h) inches

Mat Size: 24 by 20 inches

Optional mat with backing board: Crescent Select 100% virgin alpha-cellulose, conservation-grade board stock, 4 ply thickness (.050"-.060"). Mat and backing board are neutral, off-white in color with a white core, 100% acid- and lignin-free to protect the map print. Each mat opening is a custom cut with a 45° beveled edge for optimal presentation.

Fits any standard 20 by 24 inches picture frame. See Mats and Frames for more information.

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Snapshot in time: The year this map was published, the U.S. entered WWI by declaring war on Germany. All Puerto Ricans became U.S. citizens after it became a territory. Nicholas II, the last Russian Tsar, abdicated.



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