Win tickets to Maps and the 20th Century: Drawing the Line
Exhibition open until 1 March 2017
Have you ever tried disappearing off the map? It’s harder than you think.
That’s because 100 years of mapping technology – from the original sketch of today’s London Underground to the satellite imagery of the 1990s – has monitored and shaped the society we live in.
Two World Wars. The moon landings. The digital revolution. This exhibition of extraordinary maps explores the important role they played during the 20th century. It sheds new light on familiar events spanning conflicts, creativity, the ocean floor and even outer space.
It includes exhibits ranging from the first published map of the Hundred Acre Wood to secret spy maps, via the New York Subway. And, as technology advances further than we ever imagined possible, it questions what it really means to have your every move mapped.
Find out more about the exhibition at the British Library
Sunday, 29 January 2017 - 11:59pm
To win 1 of 5 pairs of tickets to Maps and the 20th Century: Drawing the Line at the British Library; simply answer the question below:-
Inga Andersen, Mark Witherington, Debbie Bebbington, Jeremy Hards, Claire Stepton, Alexandru Topliceanu, Mary Kilgannon, Camilla Youngman, Chris Cleave and Simon Childs
Prize is 1 of 5 pairs of tickets to see Maps and the 20th Century: Drawing the Line at the British Library, valid until Wed 1 Mar 2017. Subject to availability. Exclusions apply. Travel costs are not included in the competition prize. If a winner does not claim their prize within 10 days of being notified of their win, then their prize will be forfeited and another winner selected in their place.