Inchon, South Korea 1:12,500 City Topographical Map With Urban Emphasis


The Battle of Inchon was an amphibious assault and subsequent land battle by the US Army and Marines from 15-19 September 1950. The amphibious landings, codenamed Operation Chromite, was one of the most daring amphibious operations ever attempted and was an overwhelming success, as Seoul was liberated weeks later.

This map is different from Inchon #1 as the heavily built up urban areas in Inchon are shaded red and was updated/republished a year later. 

Result: United Nations Victory

Created/Published: 1951

Scale: 12,500

Dimensions (Width x Height): 29.5x21.6

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