A map Germany as a major stage of the Seven Years War. Borders are delineated by broken lines and a washed colouring scheme that does not seem to denote political affiliations. Relief and water features are shown along with woodland generalized as individual trees.
A plan of the Battle of Minden fought August 1, 1759 between the French army and the Anglo-German army during the Seven Years War. The Anglo-german alliance commanded by Field Marchal Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick, defeated a French army commanded by Marshal of France Louis, Marquis de Contades. This plan predates the completion of this stretch of the Mittland Canal by 156 years, which is extremely prominent in the area's modern topography and has altered the landscape. The letters & numbers are explained on page 144 & 145 of the magazine.
A pictorial map showing most of Europe affected by the war and before the signing of the Treaty of Hubertusburg. Imperial Circles are not referred to as such, but are only given their territorial names. Border delineation is done through broken lines, and relief is shown.
A map showing the area around Silesia, a heavily contested area between the Austrians and Prussians during the Seven Years War. A cartouche frames the work's title near the top right corner. The Oder and Elbe river systems are symbolized with double lines to signify major waterways; light relief is shown through hatching, individual trees show wooded areas, and broken lines delineate borders.