National Geographic January 1941
British West Indian Interlude
The British West Indies, a crescent- shaped archipelago in the turquoise Caribbean Sea, are rich in fruits, spices, and history.
Classic Greece Merges Into 1941 News
This photographic essay details the ruins as well as the people of Greece, thrust into headlines when British forces established a military base on the island of Crete.
Martinique, Caribbean Question Mark
The British blockade of France also stifled the trade of the Caribbean island of Martinique, a French colony.
Winchester, England’s Early Capital
The ancient city of Winchester, England’s first capital, has existed for over 1, 200 years, changing little in the past century.
Turning Back Time in the South Seas
A Norwegian couple honeymoons for a year in the jungles and caves of peaceful Fatu- Hiva, one of the Marquesas Islands in the South Pacific.
Flame- Feathered Flamingos of Florida
For the first time in history, flamingos are raising their young in captivity, in Hialeah Park near Miami.
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