Maps (Deutsche Heereskarte)
Reproduction of a military paper map from the period of the Second World War.
The "Deutsche heereskarte" map from 1941 shows the city of Kursk and the East-South area through which German troops were to get to the city of Kursk during the fighting during Operation Citadel. This operation began July 5, 1943. Operation Citadel or "Battle of Kursk is considered the decisive battle on the Eastern Front, and one of the most important battles of the Second World War.
The map of the "Deutsche heereskarte" from 1941 shows the city of Minsk and its southern area. Where the troops headed for Minsk and where they managed to encircle the Russian troops. Operation "Battle of Białystok" began on June 2, 1941, which allowed a rapid advance of Wehrmacht troops to the city of Smolensk.
- Folded map - maps folded to the size of the package to German map case
- Rolled map - maps rolled without bending, ideal for a table or for attachment to a wall.