The Russian Front
The air age brought about a shift in perspective that spawned rethinking of regions, relationships and vulnerabilities. This map from a series that looked at the lay of the land in the midst of WWII is a fine exmaple, showing Russia, its cities and railroads and proximity to its neighbors. With England at the top, and north to the right, we see a Europe that is mostly flat and without physical barriers from Berlin to Leningrad and the Black Sea. An interesting view on Russia and its may routes westward.
Condition is very good. Image size is approximately 17 x 18.5 (inches) with text.