National Geographic July 1941
Chile’s Land of Fire and Water: Smoking Volcanoes and Ice- hooded Peaks Stand Sentinel Over Limpid Lakes in the Far Southern Andes
Two- thirds of the way down Chile’s 2, 600- mile coast is the Lake District, shadowed by Andean peaks.
In the Pennsylvania Dutch Country
A triangle of fertile land in southeastern Pennsylvania, is the home of an old- fashioned population of master farmers who first arrived from Germany in 1683.
Around the Clock with Your Soldier Boy
Now training in the United States Army, over one million soldiers practice drills and acquire new skills.
Newfoundland, North Atlantic Rampart: From the First Base of American Defense Planes Fly to Britain’s Aid over Stout Fishing Schooners of the Grand Banks
The rocky island of Newfoundland, discovered and claimed for England by John Cabot in 1497, is the home of 295, 000 people – – mostly cod fishermen – – who welcome new British and American military bases.
Ancient Iceland, New Pawn of War
Carrying out a peaceful military occupation, Canadian and British soldiers befriend the people of Iceland, as these photographs show.
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