National Geographic March 1916
Voice Voyages by the National Geographic Society: A Tribute to the Geographical Achievements of the Telephone
On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the invention of the telephone, the Society looks at the changes this amazing device has wrought in America, and predicts that some day telephones will connect the world.
Great Britain’s Bread Upon the Waters: Canada and Her Other Daughters
Noting that the Great War is placing ideas of government under great strain, former President William Howard Taft examines the British Commonwealth.
The World’s Strangest Capital
Lhasa, a sacred city in the Tibetan Himalaya, is dominated by monasteries and the great Potala – – part palace, part fortress, part monastery.
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