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Description Battle of the Granicus
Date -
Source The Department of History, United States Military Academy
Author Frank Martini. Cartographer, Department of History, United States Military Academy
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Quotation of the permission Frank Martini gave me after my ask for permission to use "The Department of History, United States Military Academy" contents in the Wikipedia:

The maps found on the web site may be used for the purposes stated
below.  We would kindly ask that credit be given to "The Department of
History, United States Military Academy."  If you reguire higher
resolution images suggest you contact one od the sources cited on our
Best of luck with the project.
Frank Martini
Cartographer, Department of History
United States Military Academy

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