National Geographic October 1964
Cambodia: Indochina’s Neutral Corner
Cambodia feels pressure from the harsh political realities spilling blood throughout Indochina.
A Sikh Discovers America
Forty- eight state journey leaves a young visitor from India feeling that America is a home with a door always open to the rest of the world.
Again- -the Olympic Challenge
The history of the Olympic Games is rooted in ancient Greece and marked by triumphant human spirit and peaceful international rivalries.
Tokyo, the Peaceful Explosion
On the eve of the 1964 Olympics, the world’s largest city is undergoing an explosion of people, wealth, knowledge, confidence, and human energy.
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