National Geographic May 1943


Climbing Mighty Minya Konka: Americans First Scaled Mountain That Now Is Landmark of China’s New Skyway
Calculating Tibet’s Minya Konka’s height at 24, 900 feet, American climbers and porters set an altitude record for highest mountain ever scaled by Americans.
Land of a Million Smiles
Rich in zinc and lead, the Ozarks occupy five states: Missouri, Arkansas, Illinois, Oklahoma, and Kansas.
Life with Our Fighting Coast Guard
Ashore and afloat, the United States Coast Guard patrols seas and beaches for enemy ships.
Valiant Russia’s Industrial Might { Magnetic City, Core of Valiant Russia’s Industrial Might}
Gallantly fending off repeated attacks, Russia has strengthened itself by building cities, mills, chemical plants, and factories mostly centered around Magnetic City, or Magnitogorsk.

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