Silk Maps: The Story of MI9ís Excursion into the World of Cartography,
Barbara Bond, Cartographic Journal, Vol 21, No.2, Dec 1984, pp141-145.
MI9 Fabric Maps 1939-1945, Barbara Bond SMRO/SLR, Maps Division Dec 1982 (interlibrary memo).
Maps Printed on Silk, Barbara Bond, Map Collector, No. 22, 1983, pp10-13.
Cloth Maps of World War 2, John G. Doll, Western Association of Map Libraries, Vol 20, No.1, Nov 1988, pp24-35.
US Navy Handkerchief Charts of World War 2, John G. Doll, UNKNOWN PUB, pp 190-192.
The Making of Military Maps, William H. Nicholas, National Geographic, Jun 1943, pp764-778.
Blueprints for Victory, John F. Shupe, National Geographic, Vol 187, No. 5, May 1945, pp55-71.
Cloth Charts Bring Survivors Back, UNKNOWN PUB.
War Correspondence inspired by Pilotís poor punctuation, The Daily Telegraph, 28 Oct 1997, p14.
How Monopoly got POWs out of Jail Free, The Times, 12 Jun 1997, Peter Foster.
The MIS-X Files, Mercatorís World, Jan-Feb 1998.
Silk Escape Maps: Where are they now?, RE Baldwin, Mercatorís World, Jan-Feb 1998, pp50-51.
Per Ardua Libertas- reprinted copy.
Escape from Hitlerís Europe, Student Research Paper, Air Command and Staff College.
Itís the Little Things: Escape and Evasion in World War 2, US Army Military History Collection, ADTIC Pub No. G-100, July 1950, Air University, Maxwell AFB.
Conquerors of the Airways: A brief History of the USAF ACIC & Aeronautical Charts, Alfred H. Burton, USAF St. Louis, MO, Jun 1953.
Historical Highlights in Cartography, ACIC, ACD Cartographic Training School Research Course Sep 1965, pp28-30.
History of the USAF Aeronautical Chart Service, Prepared by Mr. LP Brown, 7 Feb 1950, 6 pgs.
Map Intelligence, Army Map Service, Corps of Engineers, US Army, Ed 2, 1954, pp 14-15, 228-257.
Charts for the Air Force, an address by COL Richard Philbrick, Commander USAF Aeronautical Chart and information Center, at the National Convention of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 17 Jun 1955.
Aviation Cartography: A Historico-Bibliographic Study of Aeronautical Charts, Reference Department, Map Division, Library of Congress, Washington 1960.
Aeronautical Chart Production, Military Engineer, Paul A. Smith, Vol 35, No. 213, Jul 1943, pp357-361.
Aeronautical Chart Service, The Military Engineer, T. B. Cantrell, Aug 1947, pp 328-329.
Cloth Maps and Charts, The Military Engineer, Albert A. Stanley, Vol 39, 1947, p126.
Surveys and Maps, The Military Engineer, Nov-Dec 1958, pp 468-473.
Cartographic Innovations: An International Handbook of Mapping Terms to 1900, Edited by Helen M. Wallis and Arthur H. Robinson, ICA, 1987, pp271-274.
Catalog of Aeronautical Charts and Related Publications, USAAF, May 1942 (first Edition), Map-Chart Division, Washington DC.
In the Space Age, Army Map Service publication.
World War Two Records in the Cartographic and Architectual Branch of the National Archives, National Archives Reference Information Paper 79.
Behind the Lines in France with the S.A.S.-Leroy Thompson
OSS/US Army Spies in Tibet 1942-1943-Cal Ritchey
Evasion and Escape: How 2 American Fliers made it in WW2-John Stanaway
Escape and Evasion: The Hard was Home-Ray Merriam
From Flying Missions over Germany to a POW Camp-Howard R. Brown
Cloth Maps, Charts & Bloodchits of World War 2-John G. Doll
Escape Books with Silk Maps mentioned within:
Alsop, Stewart, & Thomas Braden, Sub Rosa, Reynal & Hitchcock, 1946.
Baldwin, R.E., Last Hope: The Bloodchit Story, Schiffer, 1997.
Brickhill, Paul, Escape or Die, Pyramid Books, 1962.
, The Great Escape, Faucett Crest Books, 1950.
Crawley, Aidan, Escape from Germany, Collins, 1956.
Foot, MRD, MI9 Escape and Evasion: 1939-1945, Book Club, 1979.
Heaps, Leo, The Evaders, William Morrow, 1976.
Hinsley, FH, British Intelligence in the Second World War, HMSO, 1993.
Hutton, Clayton, Official Secret, Max Parrish, 1960.
Hymoff, Edward, The OSS in World War 2, Ballantine, 1974.
Inks, Maj. James, Eight Baled Out, Popular Library, 1963.
McKnight, Gerald and Sandy Lesberg, The Secret War of Charles-Frazer Smith, Michael Joseph, 1957.
Pape, Richard, Boldness be My Friend, Granada, 1985.
Peniakoff, LTC Vladimir, Popskiís Private Army, Nelson Doubleday, 1980.
Shoemaker, Lloyd, The Escape Factory, St. Martins Press, 1990.
Stevenson, William, A Man Called Intrepid, Ballantine, 1976.
Eric Williams, Great Escape Stories, Popular Library, 1962.
, The Tunnel Escape, Berkley Highland Books, 1952.
, The Wooden Horse, Collins, 1949.