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British Empire in 1897
1853 Japanese World Map
James Cook's map of New Zealand - One of the most important maps in New Zealand's history and the first complete map of the two island's coastlines. Made during Cook's first voyage it shows the track of the Endeavour with dates
Imperial Federation Map of the World Showing the Extent of the British Empire in 1886
The Commonwealth of Nations or, The British Empire - prepared to celebrate the coronation of King George VI in May 1937
Map of the world showing the extent of the British Empire, 1886
Map of the World showing the extent of the British Empire in 1886
1776 circular map of the Southern Hemisphere according to the latest discoveries with the tracks of the Captain James Cook
1924 map of the world, showing the British Empire
1872 map of the British Empire Throughout the World
A Map of the British Empire in America with the French, Spanish and the Dutch Settlements adjacent - 1733
The 'All Red Line' of the British Empire (1902) - the telegraph line that encircled a planet
Map of the World Showing the Extent of the British Empire in 1886
Evolution of the British Empire
Map of the world showing Drake's voyage, 1600
James Cook's 1777 chart of the Southern Hemisphere
James Cook's Map of the East Coast of "New South Wales", 1770
Map of the British Empire on the world's first Christmas stamp
1812 - A new map of the world, with Captain Cook's tracks, his discoveries and those of the other circumnavigators
World map showing route of Captain Cook's voyages, 1773-1775. Published in 1849
British Empire at its territorial peak in 1921
Archipelagus Orientalis, made more than 100 years before Captain Cook's voyages
"The Flags of a Free Empire, Showing the Emblems of British Power Throughout the World" Map of the British Empire (1910), by Arthur Mee
A map of the British Empire in America with the French and Spanish settlements adjacent thereto 1733
Rise and Fall of the British Empire
"This picture-map shows the British Empire as it is today, with types of some of its citizens who include men of all races - white, black, yellow, red and brown" | A map from a 1920's children's encyclopedia (more in the comments)
James Cook's beautiful chart of Newfoundland; 1775
A map of Aboriginal Australia before the British Empire invaded, representing the language, social and nation groups.
Animated map showing growth and decline of the British Empire
Proposed state mergers which failed during the decolonisation of the British Empire .
Greater British Empire as envisioned in the will of Cecil Rhodes.
The Entire British Empire
3D illustrated map of North America by Sara Drake
The routes of Captain James Cook's voyages. The first voyage is shown in red, second voyage in green, and third voyage in blue. The route of Cook's crew following his death is shown as a dashed blue line. Source: Wikipedia
British Empire at War
Historic border disputes in North America between the U.S.A. and the British Empire
British Empire in 1898 prior to the outbreak of the second boer war
Every territory ever owned/claimed by the United Kingdom/England/British Empire
A Map of the British Empire in America 1746
a Map of the World Showing the Extent of the British Empire in 1886
"Australia's birth certificate" : Joan Blaeu's Archipelagi Orientalis Sive Asiaticus (1663), the earliest known map of Australia and New Zealand. Follows Tasman's voyages of 1642-43 and 1644, on which Australia's mapping of was based until James Cook mapped the eastern coast
The expansion of the British East India Company
All Land Ever Owned by the British Empire v2.0
First circumnavigations of the world by Magellan (1519-1522) and Drake (1577-1580)
British Empire throughout the World, 1872
“Chart of the Sandwich Islands.” First map of Hawaii by James Cook 1784.
British Empire, 1910
Current GDP per capita of former territories ruled by the British Empire. Source: World Bank, IMF, UN (OC)
The British Empire
British Empire, five hours and as much from memory as possible. School can wait.
Isochronic map of the British Empire: Distances in days from London in 1914
A map of the British Empire in America with the French and Spanish settlements adjacent thereto. 1775.
Map of New Holland (Australia), New Guinea, and New Zealand from 1644, based on a map by the Dutch cartographer Joan Blaeu of the lands then recently explored by the Dutch East India Company.
British Empire
The British Empire in 1914 - just before the start of the First World War
1776 Rennell - Dury Wall Map of Bihar and Bengal, India - Geographicus - BaharBengal-dury-1776
British have invaded nine out of ten countries in the world
All Land Ever Owned by the British Empire
54 United Kingdoms in a row, the size of the British Empire at its height. 1917x988
Recruitment Map of the Dutch East India Company During the 18th C.
The All Red Line - Telegraph Network of the British Empire, early XX century
A general chart of the island of Newfoundland
Isle of Georgia - James Cook 1777
Captain Cook Round the World
Circular map of the Southern Hemisphere according to the latest discoveries with the tracks of the Captain James Cook - 1776
A map of Capt. James Cook’s voyage discovering the Hawai’ian Islands.
Map of the British Empire is 1910
The British Empire Throughout the World on Mercators Projection
1777 Rennell - Dury Wall Map of Delhi and Agra, India - Geographicus - DelhiAgrah-dury-1777
Sir Francis Drake's Attack on St Augustine, Florida 1589
A Map of the British Empire in America with the French and Spanish Settlements adjacent thereto (1733) by Henry Popple
Map of the British Empire
Fragment of map of Chittagong (Bengal)
Captain Cook's Map of the Island of Otaheite (Tahiti), circa 1769
Nautic Chart from Drake Passage and South Shetland Islands / Carta Nautica del Pasaje de Drake e Islas Shetland del Sur (1985) 6927 x 4992
This March 1989 map shows the island ecology of South Georgia, which was claimed for Britain in 1775 by Captain James Cook.
New Zealand now (left) VS New Zealand as seen but ship by Captain James Cook when he "discovered" the country
Battles and campaigns waged by the Spanish, Dutch East India Company, and Tausug in the Sulu Islands and Mindanao in the Philippines, 1636-1748.
1628 WorldMap by Vaughan in the first detailed account of the "famous voyage" of Sir Francis Drake, captioned "A New and accurate Mappe of the World, drawne according to the best and latest discoveries that have beene made"
All areas of the world that were ever part of the British Empire
The Voyages of Drake, Magellan / Del Cano.
British Empire
1786 - A map of Bengal, Bahar, Oude & Allahabad - James Rennell - William Faden
1800 Faden Rennell Wall Map of India - Geographicus - India-faden-1795
India1837to1857
Cook chart of New Zealand 1770
The Society Islands. From 1769, by Tupaia and Captain James Cook
Rise and fall of the British Empire
"Map of the British Empire at its height in the 20th century". u/Cameron94 posted this 4 years ago and this is an updated version, please give feedback on what else to update
1772 Vaugondy and Diderot Map of the Pacific Northwest and the Northwest Passage
1785 Captain James Cook - Bligh Map of Hawaii
Map of St. Augustine (Florida) from Sir Francis Drake's voyage in the West Indies (1589)
Map showing Sir Francis Drake's path on silver by Michael Mercator
British Empire, both past (pink) and present (underlined in red)
Captain Cook's Route Around New Zealand
Plan de Mahe avec les attaques de Bayanor souverain du lieu
Map BEIC 1857
British Empire in India 1903
British Empire map - The India and Colonial Exhibition, London (1886) - BL
Map of the British Empire Shortly Before the Outbreak of World War II
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