National Geographic June 1942
Ambassadors of Good Will: Annual Messengers from Our Neighbor Republics to the South Bring Cheer and Add Interest to the Out- of- Doors
After wintering in South America, birds such as bobolinks, kingfishers, and red- eyed vireos return to the United States each spring.
Hidden Key to the Pacific: Piercing the Web of Secrecy Which Long Has Veiled Japanese Bases in the Mandated Islands
Permitted to visit Japanese Micronesia because of longtime residency in Japan, an American explores some of the Pacific islands.
Americans in the Caribbean
As the United States builds military bases on Bermuda, Antigua, St. Lucia, and Trinidad, the islands are exposed to new cultures and technology.
Treasure Islands of Australasia: New Guinea, New Caledonia, and Fiji Trace across the South Pacific a Fertile Crescent Incredibly Rich in Minerals and Foods
Blocking the advance of Japanese troops with dense jungles, the South Pacific islands of New Guinea, New Caledonia, and Fiji are vital to the defense of Australia.
Madagascar: Mystery Island: Japan’s Push into the Indian Ocean Swings the Searchlight of World Attention to This Huge French Sentinel off the African Coast
The world’s fourth largest island, French Madagascar, occupied in wartime by England, is home to friendly citizens who export vanilla, lace, and precious stones.
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