A. Leconte 1945
Plan de Paris divisé en 20 arrondissements et 80 quartiers
A. Leconte, Editeur
(from Plan de Paris)
38 rue Sainte-Croix-de-la-Bretonnerie
No book, map only
This was probably attached to a Plan Commode, as these volumes include a two-sided map in this combination, Plan de Paris and Nouveau Paris Monumental, and there are eight folds, so it's smaller than the 1944 Paris Seen in Four Days, which has seven.
The Metro Timeline places it between the end of 1942 and mid-1945, but the Monumental map is a newer type than the one in A. Leconte 1944, so I assign it to 1945. (see Monumental Map Index.
Shown (Oct 6, 1942) Rond-Point des Champs-Elysées renamed Marbeuf - Rond-Point des Champs-Elysées. (9-VIII)
Shown (Oct 12, 1942) Line 5 was extended from Gare du Nord to Eglise de Pantin. (5-X-ne)
Not shown (Jul 14, 1945) Beaugrenelle renamed Charles Michels. (10-XV)
Not shown (Aug 19, 1945) Combat renamed Colonel Fabien. (2-XII)
Not shown (Oct 15, 1945) Petits Ménages renamed Corentin Celton. (12-sw)
Not shown (Jan 27, 1946) Marcadet - Balagny renamed Guy Môquet. (13-XVIII)