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National Geographic December 1942

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Mother Volga Defends Her Own
The author discovers that primitive life remains unchanged on the tropical islands where World War II is raging.
Riddle of the Aleutians: A Botanist Explores the Origin of Plants on Ever- misty Islands Now Enshrouded in the Fog of War
A woman travels to Bougainville Island in the 700- mile- long archipelago of the Solomon Islands and lives with the Siwai tribe, learning their language and customs.
A Woman’s Experiences among Stone Age Solomon Islanders: Primitive Life Remains Unchanged in Tropical Jungleland Where United States Forces Now Are Fighting
The author discovers that primitive life remains unchanged on the tropical islands where World War II is raging.
American Industries Geared for War
Sixteen paintings illustrate the vast production effort in the U. S.
The Cities That Gold and Diamonds Built: Transvaal Treasures Have Created Bustling Johannesburg and Fostered Pretoria, Administrative Capital of the South African Union
The mining towns of South Africa have evolved into modern cities with abundant gardens and skyscrapers.
The Miracle of War Production: For Victory the United States Transforms Its Complex Industry into the Biggest Factory and Mightiest Arsenal the World Has Ever Known
Thanks to hardworking Americans, ships, planes, tanks, guns, and other supplies pour from assembly lines at rapid speed.

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