Korea 1:50,000. P'yongyang, sheet 6331 III / prepared under the direction of the Chief of Engineers by the Army Map Service (CV), U.S. Army.

United States. Army Map Service [Browse]
  • English
  • Korean
Fourth Edition-AMS (FEC).
Washington, D.C. : Army Map Service, U.S. Army, 1951.
  • transverse Mercator projection ; (E 125°30ʹ--E 125°45ʹ/N 39°10ʹ--N 39°0ʹ).
  • 1 map : color.


Library of Congress genre(s)
  • Relief shown by 20 meter contours and spot heights.
  • One thousand meter universal transverse Mercator grid.
  • Map shows: international, Kun, Pu (Gun, Fu), My̆on, Up (Men Yū) boundaries; density of construction in urban areas; roads; railroads; hydrographic features; areas of cultivation and some land forms are shown.
  • With a Korean - Japanese, and Japanese - English glossary.
  • Place names transcribed according to the McCune-Reischauer System. Alternate Japanese names shown in parentheses are transcribed according to the Modified Hepburn (Romanji) System.
  • This series was published during the Korean War. The maps were used for planning and conducting local operations during this war.
  • Marginal diagrams: Index to adjoining sheets -- Index to boundaries.
  • "For use by War and Navy Department Agencies only."
Bibliographic references
Compiled in 1947 from Korea, 1:50,000, Japanese Imperial Land Survey, P'yongyang, 1941. Planimetric detail partially revised from aerial photography by photo-planimetric methods. Aerial photography by U.S. Army Air Force 1944-45. Miscellaneous detail added from Intelligence Reports.
Geographic coverage
P'yongan-namdo (Heian-nando) in Korea. This series covers North and South Korea.
Language note
In English and Korean.
Other format(s)
Online version available via the Princeton University Libraries Digital Maps & Geospatial Data website.
Other title(s)
  • P'yongan-namdo (Heian-nando)
  • Heijo
Alternate title
  • P'yongyang (Heijo), Korea
Standard map series designation
  • A.M.S. L751
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