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Atlas de Cuba | 1949 | Gerrardo Canet & Erwin Raisz

Atlas de Cuba | 1949 | Gerrardo Canet & Erwin Raisz

Atlas de Cuba | 1949 | Gerrardo Canet & Erwin Raisz

Atlas de Cuba

Atlas de Cuba | 1949 | Gerrardo Canet & Erwin Raisz

Atlas de Cuba | 1949 | Gerrardo Canet & Erwin Raisz

Atlas de Cuba

Atlas de Cuba | 1949 | Gerrardo Canet & Erwin Raisz

Atlas de Cuba | 1949 | Gerrardo Canet & Erwin Raisz:

Atlas de Cuba | 1949 | Gerrardo Canet & Erwin Raisz:

Atlas de Cuba | 1949 | Gerrardo Canet & Erwin Raisz

Atlas de Cuba

Atlas de Cuba | 1949 | Gerrardo Canet & Erwin Raisz

State Legislators with Twitter

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State Legislators with Twitter

ACLU map of U.S. border, which stretches 100 miles in from any land or water boundary

ACLU map of U.S. border, which stretches 100 miles in from any land or water boundary

WWI/The Great War: THE DOGS OF WAR | More Intelligent Life "Every nation grossly miscalculated the consequences of war. The proximate reality was that the Germans’ mistake was worst, because they lost. But the victors found little to celebrate."

WWI/The Great War: THE DOGS OF WAR | More Intelligent Life "Every nation grossly miscalculated the consequences of war. The proximate reality was that the Germans’ mistake was worst, because they lost. But the victors found little to celebrate."

Fricking Awesome Maps From the Silver Age of Comic Books | <em>Kamandi</em> was a post-apocalyptic story where the world's last human fought against legions of mutant animals. Hilgart says Jack Kirby's 1974 world map only hints at some of the craziness from the comic book. "You have these mad stories where Kamandi battles with radioactive tiger people. Kirby made up a lot of crazy shit, especially in the 70s."  | Credit: Jack Kirby/DC Comics | From Wired.com

Fricking Awesome Maps From the Silver Age of Comic Books

Fricking Awesome Maps From the Silver Age of Comic Books | <em>Kamandi</em> was a post-apocalyptic story where the world's last human fought against legions of mutant animals. Hilgart says Jack Kirby's 1974 world map only hints at some of the craziness from the comic book. "You have these mad stories where Kamandi battles with radioactive tiger people. Kirby made up a lot of crazy shit, especially in the 70s." | Credit: Jack Kirby/DC Comics | From Wired.com

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