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Format: Trade Paperback, 160 pages

Publisher: National Geographic

On Sale: 08/28/2012

Price: $26.95

ISBN: 978-1-426-20951-2

The complex political, cultural, and environmental issues that we face daily, make it increasingly important for us to have a clear vision of the world in which we live. With more than 300 updated, authoritative maps, charts, graphs, tables, and country flags, the Concise Atlas of the World, Third Edition offers a succinct, easy-to-use, and yet comprehensive view of our world, today.

The atlas opens with beautifully rendered political and physical maps of the world. Satellite mosaic imagery...

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Format: Hardcover, 400 pages

Publisher: National Geographic

On Sale: 08/16/2011

Price: $40.00

ISBN: 978-1-426-20839-3

As a second edition of a successful National Geographic atlas creation, the new Collegiate Atlas is fresh with the latest developments in the political and natural world and brings modern visual clarity and topical content--in a succinct presentation--to a world rich with geographic data and information.

Two opening spreads in the front matter help the reader to better interpret images and new data. “Remote World” introduces readers to data collection via remote sensing and GPS technology....

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A COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE TACTICS AND TERRAIN OF BATTLE
Written by STEPHEN HYSLOP
Edited by NEIL KAGAN
Introduction by HARRIS ANDREWS

Format: Hardcover, 256 pages

Publisher: National Geographic

On Sale: 10/20/2009

Price: $40.00

ISBN: 978-1-426-20347-3

In this one-of-a-kind atlas, scores of archival maps and dozens of newly created maps trace the battles, political turmoil, and great themes of America’s most violent and pivotal clash of arms. From the Antebellum South to Fort Sumter, the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, and the fitful peace of Reconstruction, National Geographic’s Atlas of the Civil War displays eye-opening maps–and a gripping, self-contained story–on every spread.

Eighty-five rare period maps, many seen here for the first...

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