National Geographic January 1934
Our National War Memorials in Europe
Gen. John J. Pershing describes several memorial chapels and battlefield monuments honoring American soldiers killed in Europe during World War I.
Three- Wheeling Through Africa: Two Adventurers Cross the So- called Dark Continent North of Lake Chad on Motorcycles with Side Cars
James Wilson and Francis Flood embark on a no- frills expedition – – five months’ riding from Lagos, Nigeria, to the Red Sea coast on a pair of motorcycles they name Rough and Tumble.
A Forgotten Valley of Peru: Conquered by Incas, Scourged by Famine, Plagues, and Earthquakes, Colca Valley Shelters the Last Fragment of an Ancient Andean Tribe
In a second installment of bird’s- eye views from Peru, a party of explorers charts the volcano- filled Colca Valley and visits several local villages.
Tropical Fish Immigrants Reveal New Nature Wonders
Feeding on the popularity of aquariums in the United States, fish suppliers import attractive species, often new to Western science, from the far reaches of the undersea world.
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