Map of Germany and Poland, including the cities of Breslaw (Breslau or Wroclaw), Trebnitz (Trzebnica) and Gnesna (Gniezno). Berlin is located at center of map and all surrounding regions are indicated.
Detailed plan of the Aix includes vegetation in garden plots, foliage between hedgerows, moats, and fortress walls, churches, gates, and hospital. Key to numbers on map is located within the text of the volume. Of note: a white marble church built by Charlemagne is indicated. The Treaty of Aix La Chalelle ended the War of the Austrian Succession in 1748 where Great Britain and France dictated the terms. The city is now called "Aachen" located in Luxembourg.
Map details encampments and foot soldier advancements of Duke Cumberland (nicknames "The Butcher") July 25 - 27 in 1757. map of the Battle of Hastenbeck outside the fortified city of Hamelen. The English and French armies are shown arrayed on either side of the defenseless town. The map provides an detailed view of the terrain surrounding the battleground, including all the tiny villages.
Elaborate cartouche decorated with tree foliage. Distance key located at bottom left inset with plan depicting advancement of the Prussian Army over the Austrians. Three scale bars on plan. The uppermost map noting figures on road in German miles. Map details roads and regions.
Untitled map of Germany detailing pathways, churches, villages, towns, forests, and rivers. Small etched crowns appear at prominent town. For example: Schwiednitz. Regions named: Weichbild,Landeshutisch, Bolckenhayn