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Military mapping

Britain and Allies
John Cruickshank, ‘Small scale maps of the Western front', Sheetlines 39 (1994)
Francis Herbert, ‘Arnhem revisited', Sheetlines 89 (2010)
Chris Higley, ‘Reburial of World War One dead', Sheetlines 101 (2014)
Mike Nolan and Rob Wheeler, ‘A map too far? Arnhem 1944', Sheetlines 90 (2011)
Mike Nolan, ‘The Vandyke process', Sheetlines 93 (2012)
Mike Nolan, ‘Introduction of UTM on military maps - a sixty year retrospective' Sheetlines 96 (2013)
Mike Nolan, ‘Grid colours on military maps', Sheetlines 98 (2013)
Mike Nolan, ‘Introduction of UTM grid', Sheetlines 98 (2013)
Richard Oliver, ‘Grid colours', Sheetlines 99 (2014)
Richard Oliver, ‘The Baker Committee of 1892', Sheetlines 100 (2014)
Rob Wheeler, ‘Arnhem 1944 - Were the maps good enough', Sheetlines 87 (2010)
Gerry Zierler, ‘World War One and the Luck family maps', Sheetlines 100 (2014)

Germany and Soviet Bloc
John Cruickshank, ‘German military maps of UK & Ireland of World War II', Sheetlines 69 (2004)
John Cruickshank, 'The Reichsamt für Landesaufnahme and the Ordnance Survey' (part 1), Sheetlines 72 (2005)
John Cruickshank, 'The Reichsamt für Landesaufnahme and the Ordnance Survey' (part 2), Sheetlines 73 (2005)
John Cruickshank, 'The Reichsamt für Landesaufnahme and the Ordnance Survey' (correction), Sheetlines 78 (2007)
John Cruickshank, 'Kaiser Bill thought he knew where you lived', Sheetlines 77 (2006)
John Cruickshank,‘German-Soviet friendship’ and the Warsaw Pact mapping of Britain and Western Europe', Sheetlines 79 (2007)
John Cruickshank,'Виды из Москвы – Views from Moscow', Sheetlines 82 (2008)
John Cruickshank,'Khrushchev preferred Bartholomew’s maps', Sheetlines 87 (2010)
John Cruickshank,'How big a map does it take to build socialism?', Sheetlines 89 (2010)
John Cruickshank,'Teaching OS mapping as a foreign language', Sheetlines 94 (2012)
John Cruickshank,'Under every leaf: how Britain played the greater game from Afghanistan to Africa [book review]', Sheetlines 96 (2013)
John Davies, 'Uncle Joe knew where you lived' (part 1), Sheetlines 72 (2005)
John Davies, 'Uncle Joe knew where you lived' (part 2), Sheetlines 73 (2005)
John Davies, 'Soviet military mapping study day', Sheetlines 74 (2005)
John Davies, 'Uncle Joe goes worldwide', Sheetlines 75 (2006)
John Davies, 'Russian mapping of Britain - recent discoveries', Sheetlines 77 (2006)
John Davies, 'Comrade Baranow, the bouncing Czech, Penkilan Head and the World Map', Sheetlines 78 (2007)
John Davies, 'Russian maps now widely available', Sheetlines 78 (2007)
John Davies, 'East German mapping', Sheetlines 80 (2007)
David Watt, 'Soviet military mapping', Sheetlines 74 (2005)
Rob Wheeler, ‘German maps of England of World War II and associated publications', Sheetlines 68 (2003)