IN THE BALKANS, AS SEEN BY VARIOUS CARTOGRAPHERS
Map of K. Sax, Austrian (1878).
Karl Sax was a consul of the Austria-Hungary Empire at Adrianople. He was well acquainted with Balkan affairs and had cultivated an intellectual interest in cartography. He made use of previous maps and official reports of populations by Austrian and Bulgarian offices.
These maps, except the German Foreign Office map, were taken from the book Maps and Politics, A Review of the Ethnographic Cartography of Macedonia by H. R. Wilkinson (Liverpool: University Press, 1951).