National Geographic February 1956
Virgin Islands: Tropical Playland, U. S. A. : Gleaming Beaches, Duty- free Bargains, and a Hint of Old Denmark Lure Vacationers to These Climate- blessed Caribbean Isles
Gleaming Beaches, Duty- free Bargains, and a Hint of Old Denmark Lure Vacationers to These Climate- Blessed Caribbean Isles.
Camera Under the Sea
Nearly 30 years after National Geographic published the first undersea color photos, Luis Marden demonstrates the latest techniques.
Exploring Davy Jones’s Locker with [ Calypso] : Captain Cousteau and His Mates Test the New Edgerton Deep- sea Camera and Photograph the Silent World Under the Indian Ocean and Red Sea
Jacques- Yves Cousteau and His Mates Test a new pressure- proof, Deep- sea Camera, and Photograph the Silent World Under the Indian Ocean and Red Sea.
The Making of a New Australia: Postwar Immigrants Invigorate the Land, Build Up Industries, and Add Spice to Life in the Growing Cities
A wave of immigrants enticed by a forward- thinking commonwealth government invigorate the land, build up industries, and add spice to life in Australia’s growing cities.
Pescadores, Wind- swept Outposts of Formosa: United States Ships and Planes Help Protect These Fishermen’s Isles, Traditional Way Stop of Invaders in Formosa Strait
U. S. ships and planes help protect these fishermen’s islands, traditional way station of invaders in the Taiwan Strait.
An Exotic New Oriole Settles in Florida
Whether brought by man or storm- blown from its proper home in southern Mexico and Central America, the spot- breasted oriole arrives in Florida to stay.
The International Geophysical Year: Man’s Most Ambitious Study of His Environment
Scientists worldwide prepare for an intensive 18- month investigation of the earth, its atmosphere, and its relationship with the sun.
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