National Geographic August 1966


Freedom Speaks French in Ouagadougou
Free of French rule, former colonies of West Africa show many faces and problems but all exult in freedom.
Trailing Yellowstone’s Grizzlies by Radio
To help save grizzlies, scientists use radio transmitters to track their movements, hibernation, and social behavior.
900 Years Ago: the Norman Conquest
A University of Wisconsin history professor examines the legacy of William the Conqueror’s invasion of England in 1066, an event recorded in the Bayeux Tapestry, printed here in its entirety, for the first time in a magazine
Singapore, Reluctant Nation
A strategic deepwater port for Southeast Asia, this city of three worlds – – Malay, Chinese, and British – – hopes for reunification with Malaysia.

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