The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific houses one of the finest Asia Pacific map collections in the world. Beginning as an ANU Library collection in the 1960s, this collection now holds over 40,000 maps including topographic, cadastral, bathymetric, aeronautical, geological and tourist maps, plus a range of atlases, gazetteers and historical wall maps. While the scope is worldwide, the focus is Asia and the Pacific.
A collection of topographic or thematic maps produced using the same scale and cartographic specifications.
There are maps of Vietnam such as Tan Chau, Series: L7014, Sheet 6030 IV, 1966, 1:50 000, Hong Ngu, Series: L7014, Sheet 6030 I, 1967, 1:50 000 and Viet-Tri 1899, Sheet 6C, 1899, 1:100 000.
With more than one hundred four-color maps supplemented by photographs and reconstructions, the Historical Atlas of the Vietnam War provides the first major visualization of that war as well as a penetrating and comprehensive analysis of the conflict based on both U.S. and Vietnamese postwar accounts.