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A blank map of the world as of 2011, with country outlines, for making country locator maps. This map uses the Robinson projection, compressed at latitude direction by factor 0.95623, centered on the meridian circa 11°15' to east from Greenwich Prime Meridian and includes various microstates and island nations. All territories indicated in the UN listing of territories and regions are exhibited. Base map: File:World map pol 2005 v02.svg from the CIA World Factbook (2005).

Blank maps of the world for historical use

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19th century

1840 · 1861 · 1866 · 1872

20th & 21st century

1912 · WWI · 1921 · 1935 · 1937 · 1938 · 1939 · WWII · 1957 · 1959 · 1962 · 1970 · 1985 · 1990 · 1993 · 2000 · 2005 · 2007 · Current

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Date Uploaded on the 8th December of 2004.
Source original by Vardion; updated by various users since December 2004.
Author The map was made by User:Vardion and adapted by User:E Pluribus Anthony for Wikipedia.


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