National Geographic March 1926
Transylvania and Its Seven Castles: A Motor Circuit Through Rumania’s New Province of Racial Complexity and Architectural Charm
Snuggled among mountains, diverse Transylvania with its Turkish, Saxon, and German influences rejoins Rumania ( Romania) as a result of World War I peace treaties.
A Naturalist with MacMillan in the Arctic
Punctuated by color photographs from the MacMillan expedition, the team’s naturalist reports on the surprising biodiversity of the Arctic, including approximately 25 species of fish and 70 species of birds.
Singapore, Crossroads of the East: The World’s Greatest Mart for Rubber and Tin Was in Recent Times a Pirate- haunted, Tiger- infested Jungle Isle
Now a clearing house for international trade, Singapore welcomes merchants from all ports to exchange goods under British supervision.
The Land of Egypt: A Narrow Green Strip of Fertility Stretching for a Thousand Miles Through Walls of Desert
Thanks to consistently temperate conditions, Egyptian agriculture proliferates in the form of cotton, wheat, sugar, and corn flourishing in the linear oasis along the Nile.
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