SIFTON, PRAED & Co.
London : Sifton, Praed & Co., 1925. Chromolithograph map, dissected and laid on linen, 580 x 775 mm (sheet), marbled card wrappers, a very good copy. London Atlas Series. Compiled, drawn and printed at the War Office, 1925. Shows the coast of Somalia including Mogadishu.
‘The Jubba River or Juba River (Somali: Wabiga Jubbada, Italian: Giuba) is a river in southern Somalia which flows through the autonomous region of Jubaland. It begins at the border with Ethiopia, where the Dawa and Ganale Dorya rivers meet, and flows directly south to the Somali Sea, where it empties at the Goobweyn juncture. The Somali regional state of Jubaland, formerly called Trans-Juba, is named after the river.’ – Wikipedia