12 June 2000 In the countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), maps lied and no two were alike. Whole towns were incorrectly located, omitted altogether, minimized, exaggerated or distorted. The confluence of rivers, the forking of roads and the damp darkness of tunnels were all subjected to the vagaries of official paranoia. Biblically, the […]

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