National Geographic June 1957
Through Europe by Trailer Caravan: In Their Own Village on Wheels Foot- loose American Travelers Learn How to See the World Without Leaving Home
Demonstrating a new mode of travel, Americans driving 38 cars with shining aluminum Airstreams in tow astonish townspeople across Europe.
Here Rest in Honored Glory. .. The United States Dedicates Six New Battle Monuments in Europe to Americans Who Gave Their Lives During World War II
Americans consecrate the first of 14 new monuments, resplendent with commemorative sculpture, frescoes, and flags.
Animal Safari to British Guiana: Englishmen Hunt Wildlife for B. B. C. Television and the London Zoo Amid Indian Tribes of Tropical South America
Whether capturing wildlife on film or in cages to take to the London Zoo, expedition members find challenges in tropical South America.
Our War Memorials Abroad: A Faith Kept
Cemeteries and chapels built by the American Battle Monuments Commission stand in solemn tribute to Americans fallen in World War II.
Rhododendron Time on Roan Mountain: Each June Giant Blossoms Flame in Natural Gardens in the Clouds on the Lofty Tennessee- North Carolina Border
On the Tennessee- North Carolina border, a renowned mountain blazes each June with hundreds of acres of the pink flowering bushes.
The Marvelous Maldive Islands: Sun- drenched Atolls in the Indian Ocean Hold a Seagirt Sultunate Where Phones Rarely Ring and Kites Fly from Office Windows
No steamers or commercial airlines interrupt the flow of daily life in this remote island paradise.
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