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East European Map Sets[edit | edit source]

East Europe 1:250,000 [Series N501]. United States. Army Maps Service, 1956-1959. 219 maps available on microfilm #1183629. Indexed in: Index to Names on AMS 1:250,000 Maps of Eastern Europe (Series N501). Available on microfiche #6001727-8.

The University of Texas offers AMS Topographic Maps, Eastern Europe, Series N501, United States. Army Map Service, 1954 (scale 1:250,000), online for free.

Generalkarte von Mitteleuropa. Bundesamt für Eich-und Vermessungswesen, 1889-1967 (scale 1:100,000). 249 maps available on microfilm #1181580. To use this set, determine the grid number of the sheet you desire from the overview chart (Ubersichtsblatt). The grid number consists of the top/bottom followed by the side number. As an example, the grid number for Temesvár is 39-46. The maps on the microfilm are in numerical order by their grid numbers.

Eötvös University's Department of Cartography and Geoinformatics offers the 3rd Military Mapping Survey of Austria-Hungary which contains an index sheet of the general map of Central Europe (scale 1:200,000). The original sheets were published in "about 1910". As of 13 Jun 2015, there are currently 267 sheets available (935 MB) online for free.

Karte des europäischen Rußland. Reichsamt für Landesaufnahme, 1939. 121 maps available on microfilm #1344079.

Militär-Landesaufname und Spezialkarte der österreichisch-ungarischen Monarchie. Österreich. Militärgeographisches Institut, 1879-1928. ca. 600 maps available on microfilm #1045395.

Voenno-topograficheskoĭkarta Rossiī. Rossiia. Armiia, 1869-1945. Available on microfilm #1344037-8.

The All Galacia Database primarily covers vital records and historical records from the old Austro-Hungarian Empire province of Galicia. That area is now spilt up between southeastern Poland and southwestern Ukraine.