These were the easternmost reaches of Czechoslovakiabefore World War II, when three countries met on the summit of Stóg/Stoh in the Mar(a)marosh Carpathians:
Poland (top-right), Romania (bottom, i.e. south) and Czechoslovakia (top-left).
This image shows a piece of a map made in 1932 (2nd, hiker's edition 1938) by WIG, i.e. the Polish Military Geographic Institute.
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