The Red Atlas

  title={The Red Atlas},
  author={John L. Cruickshank},
  journal={The Cartographic Journal},
  pages={103 - 105}
12 Citations
Soviet Tourist Maps: A Short Overview
Deviant Cartographies: A Contribution to Post-critical Cartography
Based on the recently developed approach of 'post-critical cartography', this article addresses how developments in cartography can be interpreted functionally, dysfunctionally, afunctionally, and
Soviet city plans and OpenStreetMap: a comparative analysis
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An Analysis of the Global Symbology of Soviet Military City Plans
Soviet military maps utilized a comprehensive cartographic symbology that was designed for mapping the globe at various scales, including thousands of towns and cities in street-level detail. This
The Soviet military 1:10,000 city plan of Dover, UK (1974)
Maps stimulate our minds and our senses. The best maps force us to stop, gaze, and to rethink the way we see their subject, often through their powerful combination of a new perspective with a new
Soviet Cold War Maps: Examining the Organization and Practices of Production Through the Case of Denmark
During the Cold War, the Soviet military carried out an ambitious mapping programme, which resulted in a global series of topographic maps. Although recent advances in scholarship have increased ou...
Soviet topographic maps and burial mounds of the Yambol province: digital workflow for mortuary landscape verification
During a two‐week campaign in 2017, we verified burial mounds from 40‐year‐old Soviet topographic maps covering the northern part of the Yambol province, southeast Bulgaria. The aims of the project
The Middle East is Violence: On the Limits of Comparative Approaches to the Study of Armed Conflict
ABSTRACT For years, there has been debate as to whether or not the Middle East experiences more armed conflict – and for different reasons – than other regions in the world. Absent is any