Possible Redistribution of Ottoman and Arabian Territory on the Principle of Self-Determination [102r] (1/4)
The record is made up of 1 map. It was created in c 1918. It was written in English. The original is part of the British Library: India Office The department of the British Government to which the Government of India reported between 1858 and 1947. The successor to the Court of Directors. Records and Private Papers Documents collected in a private capacity. .
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Areas in whicl
for the res
MAP 2 A.
Areas in which it is hopsd that the Peeples of Turkey,
Arabia, and the Caucasus, if they group themselves on
the lines indicated in Map 2, will subsequently opt
for the respective assistance of the Allied Powers.
RED OUTLINE Area in which it is hoped that the inhabitants
will opt for British assistance.
BLUE OUTLINE Area in which it is hoped that the inhabitants
will opt for French assistance.
Note .line is drawn between Armenia and
the purely Caucasian countries, since
it is more doubtful whether French
assistance will be opted for in the
GREEN OUTLINE Area in which it is hoped that the inhabitants
will opt for Italian assi tance.
MAP 2 A
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A map showing the proposed division of Asia Minor into nation states, including Turkey, Armenia, Kurdistan, Palestine, and a large area labelled 'Arab Countries'. Other smaller entities are shown, indicating debatable territories and possible autonomous regions or principalities, such as Lebanon. The map shows details of topography, major settlements, and political boundaries. Over this are various blocks of colour shading that correspond to the different nations. These colours relate to a key at the bottom of the sheet.
With the map is a sheet of tracing paper with can be overlaid onto the map. This sheet shows coloured boundaries that indicate the areas in which it was planned to have spheres of influence for France, Italy, and Great Britain. Each colour relates to the key in the bottom left of the sheet.
The map has the printing statement 'London: Edward Stanford, 12, 13, & 14 Long Acre, W. C.'
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- 1 map
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- Degree coordinates
- Top-left: 43° 34' 30.36" N, 22° 45' 32.4" E
Top-right: 43° 34' 30.36" N, 53° 44' 4.56" E
Bottom-left: 28° 36' 46.08" N, 22° 45' 32.4" E
Bottom-right: 28° 36' 46.08" N, 53° 44' 4.56" E
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Materials: Printed in colour on paper
Dimensions: 248 x 390mm, on sheet 288 x 450mm
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