Commemorating the World War Two liberation of Europe
This Michelin SplashMap commemorates the World War Two liberation of Europe. A detailed map of the Provence area of France, showing the main sites of the late summer 1944 battle. This map is an antique-looking reproduction of the map originally published by Michelin in 1947. The main map includes place names, landing dates and the movements of the French Army and Allied Forces, as well as a description of historic WW2 sites and the events which occurred between August 14 and September 8. In English and French.
Escape and Evasion Maps
Key dates, infantry and tank battle locations add to the 1939 base map supplied to the War Office. Often printed on fabric to support covert operations and resistance behind enemy lines, Escape and Evasion maps remain crucial in the liberation of airmen and in paving the way for successful campaigns today.
SplashMaps’ Pro weatherproof fabric
The Michelin SplashMaps use SplashMaps’ Pro weatherproof fabric to survive everything. They’ll guide you to the key locations and live as a memento of key events from your and the world’s history.
Decisive World War 2 Provence battles and events are captured at Antheor, Benat, Candel, Cavalaire, Cogolin, Drammont, Esquillion, foux, Hyres, Hyres Islands, Marseille, Muy, Nartelle, Negre, Pampelone (Beach), Ste Maxime, St Raphael, St Tropez, Sylvabelle, Toulon
52 1/3″ x 21 1/4″
133 x 54 cm