[Paris] : Courtier & Cie., [between 1918 and 1920]
Map — 1 map : color ; 21 x 31 cm
Shows Austria-Hungary's split into Austria, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, and the various states of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes. Romania still covers the area of Romanian Old Kingdom, dating the map to around 1918, before various post-war treaties took effect. Czechoslovakia is also still a part of Austria. Some boundary lines run parallel and conflict, suggesting disputed territory.
Language map of area surrounding Black Sea (including Northern Turkey, up to Moscow), showing borders (including those not yet in effect) after the Treaty of Brest. Lacks Flemming's map number (52). Romanian boundaries and presence of those not yet in effect likely make this an earlier edition of later maps published 1918-1920.