Indiana University Bloomington: Digitizing Captured Russian Military Maps

A tip o’ the nib to The Map Room. for this pointer from Indiana University Bloomington: Digitizing captured Russian Military maps. “Thanks to cataloging exchange arrangement with the Library of Congress, Indiana University holds 4,000 topographic maps, largely produced by the Soviet military, and captured during World War II. Now a Digitizing Hidden Collections grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources will exponentially increase access and exposure to interested international audiences.” Over 1000 maps are already available.

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