|Title||12th African Division 1940-1941|
|Collection||Imperial War Museum: Posters of Conflict - The Visual Culture of Public Information and Counter Information|
|Printer||East African Survey Group|
|Publisher/Sponsor||East African Survey Group|
|Concept||cartography, emblems, military personnel, empire / commonwealth|
|Description||whole: the image occupies the whole, held within a decorative border of laurel leaves. The title is integrated and positioned in the upper centre and lower centre, in blue outlined black, held within scroll designs. The text is integrated and located over the whole, in black and in white outlined black.
image: a map of eastern Africa, featuring parts of modern Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia. The route taken by the 12th African Division during the East African campaign, from Nairobi to Addis Ababa, is highlighted in red. Significant incidents are illustrated with small drawings. Around the edge of the map are depictions of the badges of the units who took part.
text: 12TH AFRICAN DIVISION
[map has various place names and text]
Reproduced by E.A. Survey Group Nov. 1941.
2333850 SIGMN. J. PRESTON
12 (A) DIV. SIGNALS.
|Id Number Current Accession||IWM PST 15373|
|Location Creation Site||Unknown|
|Measurements Dimensions||534 mm x 432 mm|
|Material||lithograph on paper|
|Format Series Notes||Produced by the British authorities in Africa.|
|Event||WW2 East Africa|
|Related Country||British Empire/Commonwealth BC, Malawi MW, Zimbabwe ZW, Uganda UG, Tanzania TZ, Kenya KE, Somalia SO, Eritrea ER, Ethiopia ET|
|Rights||IWM reproduction right|
|Style Period Period||1939-1945|
|Production Method||lithograph in 6 plus colours|