To view paper originals, visit the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection.
To view scanned images of the maps, click on the desired scale listed below.
1:100,000 scale series (G.S.G.S. 4416 & A.M.S. M651)
1:1,100,000 scale map of Poland and Adjacent Countries by Dr. Bogdan Zaborski, Geographical Section of the Polish Ministry of Information, London, 1944.
NOTE: Additional U.S. Army Map Service series M651 maps are available online courtesy of the University of Texas, Perry Castaneda Library.
Additional maps are available online from the Map Archive of the Polish Institute of Geography
War Office Supplementary Documents (March 1944)
"These wartime guides are an invaluable description of, and finding aid for, the general mapping situation and map series in use in various theatres in World War 2. Armed with the information they contain, the historian or researcher can, if required, seek appropriate series and sheets in the various archives and map libraries in which these maps may now be found such as The National Archives, The British Library, The Imperial War Museum, The Royal Geographical Society and University Libraries.
To this end, the Defence Surveyors’ Association has included scanned versions of all four guides on the web site to assist researchers who may not otherwise have access to these publications."
Glossary of Conventional Signs:
Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia & Poland (PDF, 19.2 MB)
Short Glossary of Topographical Terms:
Polish (PDF, 428 KB)