2 lithographic WWII maps: Rutba and Wadi Al Ubaiyidh.
2 topographic maps, colour-printed. Scale 1:500,000. 820 x 640 mm and 770 x 648 mm.
Compiled from 1930s surveys and produced by the British 512 (Army Field Survey) Company, Royal Engineers, for use in the Persian war theatre, these consecutive maps cover the south-western area of Iraq, including Rutba and Fallujah, with parts of Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Syria (approximately the area between 31° and 33°30' N and 39° and 44° E).
Previously folded. Marked "Iraq Desert Sheet 1" and "Sheet 2". Generally well preserved.