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London [?]: European Advisory Commission, 1945. Presumed one of multiple original copies. Map. Map Format is approximately 25.5 inches by 19 inches. Folded in half and then several times so that there are 10 panes, not of uniform size. Map is on one side of the sheet only. Scale is 1:1,000,000. Left margin is approximately one half inch. Right margin is about one-eighth of an inch. Lower margin is approximately 3.5 inches and has substantial information on tows, canals, canal capacity, railways, and boundaries. The top margin is approximately 2 inches and has the scale and the word "Austria". The basic map, designated at SHAEF No. 36, was photolithographed by 13 M. R. S., R.E., in 1944. This version was prepared by P.H. P. Research (ink notation). A red line for Zones has been added in ink. Boundaries of the France, U.K., U.S.S. R., and the U.S.A. zones are in read. The boundaries of the city of Vienna is shown in red, with a blue outer circle. In the upper right corner is the following handwritten ink notation: "Map "A" annexed to the Agreement on Zones of Occupation in Austria of 9th July 1945". This is followed by several initial and the date of 9 vii 1945. This appears to be one of the maps prepared for the negotiations by the European Advisory Commission that met in London in 1945 and established the Zones of Occupation in Austria.
Washington DC: United States. Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Headquarters, 1995. This publication supersedes STP 3-54B1-SM, 12 March 1992. Wraps. Various paginations (approximately 200 pages. Illustrations. Glossary. References. Cover has some wear and soiling. Three-hole punched. Distribution was authorized to US government agencies only to protect technical or operational information from automatic dissemination under the International Exchange Program or by other means. Cover also has a destruction notice. Based upon research on-line and the passage of time, it appears that this distribution limitation no longer applies. This publication was for skill level 1 soldiers holding MOS 54B and their trainers and first-line supervisors. It contains standardized training objectives in the form of task summaries, which can be used to train and evaluate soldiers on critical tasks that support unit missions during wartime.