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CHILE'S STRATEGIC CITIES

The Unknown Soviet Military Mapping Program of Major Chilean Urban Centers
East View Press
(digital)
Editor: Kent D. Lee
ISBN: 978-1-879944-06-0
Year: 2010
Language: English
Pages: 30
Price: $49.00  

 
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Chile’s Strategic Cities: The Unknown Soviet Military Mapping Program of Major Chilean Urban Centers demonstrates the urban cartographic capabilities of the Soviet Union’s military topographers and geospatial intelligence officials. In the case of Chile, the Soviet program for city plan production focused on the four largest urban areas of the country: the Santiago region, the Valparaiso-Vina del Mar area, the Antofagasta region, and the Concepcion-Talcahuano area. The book is organized to show each city plan in reduced format, accompanied by an introduction to the city plan and the complete English-language translations of both the “Description” and “List of Important Features” for each city plan.

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