Singapore's Permanent Revolution:
Fifty Years in Maps
Rodolphe de Konnick
In 1957 Singapore's land mass amounted to 581 square kilometres. By 2015, the land mass had been increased to 719 square kilometres as a result of a vigorous programme of extending into the sea. In 1992 De Konnick produced his first atlas on the island state and, following a further update in 2008, this is his third attempt to chart the changing nature of Singapore's size. With cartography by Pham Thanh Hai & Marc Girard. 154 pages with appendices setting out the chronology of expansion, a bibliography and an index.
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Published by NUS Press, Singapore 2017.. First edition. ISBN: 9789814722353
Condition: New. Hardback in a similar dust jacket