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Terrain Analysis of Afghanistan
    Terrain Analysis of Afghanistan
    Terrain Analysis of Afghanistan
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Terrain Analysis of Afghanistan East View Cartographic introduces the first in a series of reference books on the geography of little-known countries frequently in the news: Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, North Korea, Pakistan, and Uzbekistan. 'Terrain Analysis of Afghanistan' (390 p.) features color maps and narrative on the population, infrastructure, topographic features and climate of 128 geographic places. Each coincides with 1:200,000 scale maps originally prepared by renowned Soviet cartographers during the Cold War era, translated into English. Indispensable for collections in Near Eastern studies, libraries, and map collections.