National Geographic November 1951
Berlin, Island in a Soviet Sea
The British, French, and American zones of occupied Berlin form an island of democracy and freedom in the middle of the Soviet zone.
New Guinea’s Paradise of Birds
During 103 days of collection, the author found more than 20 unknown species of birds, climbed a never before scaled peak, and visited pockets of aboriginal culture where no white man had ever been.
The DAR Story
The Daughters of the American Revolution is an organization dedicated to keeping alive the memory and spirit of those who achieved American independence.
Rockhounds Uncover Earth’s Mineral Beauty
Mineral collecting is a fast- growing hobby that appeals to people of all ages.
Iceland, formed by fire and settled by the Vikings, is a land of astonishing contrasts and friendly people.
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