National Geographic August 1946
Down Mexico’s Ri?o Balsas
Traveling by raft, the author and friends take a trip down western Mexico’s Balsas River. They visit areas avoided by tourists and natives because of the harsh climate.
Yanks at Westminster
The story of British Parliament, its home at the Palace of Westminster, and its institutions, are told by a member of Parliament.
Kunming, Southwestern Gateway to China
World War II transformed the provincial city of Kunming – – a gateway to China for land and air transportation – – into a multinational boomtown.
Across Tibet from India to China
As World War II rages, intelligence officers attempt to establish an overland supply route from India, through forbidden Tibet, to China.
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