Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection at UT Austin

Thanks Craig. Good stuff. Source: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/cambodia.html

The following maps were produced by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, unless otherwise indicated.

Country Maps

City Maps

  • Batdambang (Battambang) original scale 1:12,500, Edition 1-TPC, Series L9010. U.S. Army Topographic Command, 1971 (6.1MB)
  • Kampong Chhnang and Vicinity original scale 1:12,500, Edition 1-DMATC, Series L9010. U.S. Defense Mapping Agency Topographic Center, Pictomap, 1971 (4.4MB)
  • Kampot original scale 1:12,500, Edition 2-AMS (FE), Series L9010. U.S. Army Mapping Service, Far East (3.3MB)
  • [Phnom Penh] Phnum Penh original scale 1:12,500, Edition 3-DMA, Series L9010. U.S. Defense Mapping Agency, 1971 (9.3MB)

 

Historical Maps

Thematic Maps

Topographic Maps

2 thoughts on “Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection at UT Austin

  1. The 1971 map of Phnom Penh is a 1993 revision. You can see, for example, the Chruoy Changva Bridge is destroyed, which didn’t happen till 1973. The legend includes UNTAC HQ and other things which didn’t exist in 1971 either.

  2. Shelby Doyle says:

    Thank you. That info came directly from the UT Austin website. Interesting the update isn’t noted.

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