Raanan... http://czernowitz.dnsalias.org is
the Czernowitz-L website, and when that is
down for maintenance, http://czernowitz.dnsalias.org:81
Mail to you from me is bouncing at your end.
> Give us a Link!!!
> On Sun, 22 Jun 2003 22:22:00 -0700 jerome schatten <romers_at_shaw.ca>
> > Czernowitzers:
> > Another great map from Carl Ulrich and Bruce has
> > made it's way through the scanner and on to the
> > website.
> > It's a very detailed map of the area around and
> > including Czernowitz apparently from a 1907
> > German atlas. Definitely worth a look if your
> > looking for obscure little villages from the
> > surrounds. As well there's lots of topgographic
> > info on the map. I think the original must have
> > been in colour from the way it reproduced.
> > Like the 1941 map, it came as a xerox copy (probably
> > a copy of a copy of a... ), but it is still surprisingly
> > readable. It's about 1.5 megabytes on the website. Again,
> > the joining of the six inidual scans is not perfect,
> > but I think it acceptable.
> > I shall commit the high resolution versions to the
> > same CD as the 1941 map along with the original
> > bitmapped scans and composites in different file
> > formats.
> > Best,
> > jerome
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Received on 2003-06-23 11:18:13
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