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1. Afghanistan

United States. Central Intelligence Agency. Relief shown by shading and spot heights. "504958 (546742) 8-82" "Names and boundary representation are not necessarily authoritative". [Washington, D.C. ] : [Central Intelligence Agency], 1982.

2. Afghanistan

United States. Central Intelligence Agency. Map shows intenational and internal administrative boundaries, railroads, four classes of roads, track or trails, and airfields. Relief shown by sh... [Washington, D.C. ] : Central Intelligence Agency, 1980.

3. Ethnolinguistic groups in Afghanistan

United States. Central Intelligence Agency. Lambert conformal conic projection. "802551 (R00434) 6-97" Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. [Washington, D.C.] : [Central Intelligence Agency], 1997.

4. Major insurgent groups in Afghanistan.

United States. Central Intelligence Agency. "Unclassified." Map no.: "704703 (A01776) 3-85.". "Boundary representation is not necessarily authoritative". [Washington, D.C.] : [Central Intelligence Agency], 1985.

5. Major insurgent groups in Afghanistan

United States. Central Intelligence Agency. "Unclassified." Map no.: "704703 (A01776) 3-85.". "Boundary representation is not necessarily authoritative". [Washington, D.C.] : [Central Intelligence Agency], 1985.

6. Major insurgent groups in Afghanistan

United States. Central Intelligence Agency. "Unclassified." Map no.: "704703 (A01776) 3-85.". "Boundary representation is not necessarily authoritative". [Washington, D.C.] : [Central Intelligence Agency], 1985.

7. Map of Khorasan, and neighbouring countries illustrating the paper by Lieut. Colonel C. E. Stewart, 5th Punjab Infantry

Sharbau, H. (Henry). Stewart's route shown in red. Persian boundary with Afghanistan and Turkmen territory is shown. Routes and distances between cities are shown. Reli... London : Edward Stanford, 1881.

8. Map of Persia, Afghanistan and Baluchistan

Rand McNally and Company. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. At head of map: Rand, McNally & Co.'s indexed atlas of the world. 522-523. Index on verso. [Chicago] : Rand McNally and Co., 1892.

9. Map showing route from Peshawur, through Chitral to Faizabad in Badakshan, from the exploration made by a Sapper Havildar, during 1870 to accompany the paper by Major T. G. Montgomerie, R.E. F.R.G.S.

Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Route of the Havildar [Hyder Shah] shown in red. Lapis lazuli mines, hot springs, and Takhti Bhai (Budhi... London : published for the Journal of the Royal Geographical Society, by J. Murray, Albemarle Street, 1872.

10. Persia

Smith, Charles, active approximately 1800-1852. Relief shown by hachures. Probably issued in: Smith's New general atlas ... London : Printed for C. Smith, 1808. London : Published by C. Smith, Mapseller, No. 172 Strand, Jany. 6th. 1808.