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Episode 16 (11/17/2016): Mapmaking behind the Iron Curtain

17 November 2016

Alex Kent, Ph.D., professor of cartography and geographic information at Canterbury Christ Church University, and John Davies, a lifelong map lover and collector, recently sat down with NGA’s Geointeresting podcast team to talk about Cold War-era Soviet mapmaking and its impact on modern-day cartography.


Transcript: Mapmaking behind the Iron Curtain
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