An historic map of the still-forming Second Republic of Poland, with some borders still fluid, created by unknown cartographers and published by the Ministry of Military Affairs in 1921 shortly after Galicia was absorbed into independent Poland. Larger Roman numerals show military inspectorate regions; smaller Roman numerals show Dowództwo Okręgu Korpusu (DOK, Corps District Command) regions. Former Galicia roughly comprised DOKs V, VI, and X. These borders did not coincide with political/administrative voivodeship borders; the Corps District divisions were intended to facilitate defense at the German and Soviet borders. Single image sourced by Jay Osborn from the Polona Digital Library (an initiative of the National Library of Poland).