The National Review Maps
Under the editorship of Leopold Maxse, from 1893 to 1931, London-based monthly magazine The National Review championed the platforms of the British Conservative Party. Three of the maps included in the Collection were supplements published with the magazine during the war. These include "The Russian Front in Europe" (M-055), "The Italian Front" (M-111), and "The French Front from Soissons to Verdun" (M-112). "The Russian Front" was compiled by Stanford's of London for the series Stanford's War Maps while the others are productions of the London Geographical Institute. The National Review became The National and English Review in 1950 and stopped production ten years later. The National Review is also remembered for defending Captain Alfred Dreyfus against the accusations of treason leveled against him in France in 1894.
Back to Maps