National Geographic May 1948
Postwar Journey Through Java
At the close of World War II, Javanese nationalists proclaimed independence from the Dutch. Visit Java and Madura to see how the prospects of Indonesian independence are affecting the lives of the people.
Belgium Comes Back
Belgium was the scene of some of the fiercest fighting in both World Wars. Three years after the end of World War II, discover the rebirth of freedom and prosperity of this little country.
By Cotswold Lanes to Wold’s End
The Cotswold Hills, just west of Oxford, epitomize cheerful scenic beauty. Melville Bell Grosvenor recounts his stay in the historic heart of England.
Land of the Havasupai
Few visitors make their way to this small farming settlement of the Havasupai in a valley adjacent to the Grand Canyon, where life is neither as isolated or primitive as expected.
Last of the Cape Horners
Travel on the final voyage of the Pamir, as the cargo- carrying square- rigged ship sails around Cape Horn.
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