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Fourth Edition Map Rangoon District 1944

Fourth Edition Map Rangoon District 1944

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The British Fourth Edition Map of Burma Rangoon District, 1944, was a topographical map produced by the British military during World War II. The map was created to provide detailed information on the geography, terrain, and infrastructure of the Rangoon District in Burma.

The Fourth Edition of the map was produced in 1944, during the Burma Campaign of World War II. It was an updated version of the original map, with additional information added to reflect changes in the region since the start of the war.

The map was designed to be used by military personnel, particularly those involved in the Burma Campaign, to aid in planning military operations, movements, and supply lines. It was also used for navigation and reconnaissance purposes.

Today, the British Fourth Edition Map of Burma Rangoon District, 1944, is a valuable piece of historical memorabilia, providing a glimpse into the geography and infrastructure of the region during World War II. It is also a testament to the important role that maps played in military operations during the war.