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Mapping Boundary Changes

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Alexander Ganse, a German teaching world history at the Korean Minjok Leadership Academy has put together a website that displays the changing international boundaries and national development of numerous countries throughout history. The primary focus seems to be on European and Asian countries and each country has a separate webpage that illustrates changes in its extents over time. Numerous other sites with historical maps are referenced as well. The maps available on the WHKMLA pages are available in gif format and, though they may not be examples of fine cartography, are useful and readable. A good source for anyone looking for historical boundary information.

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