Nakladatelství NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
February, 1966, Vol. 129, No. 2
Flamboyant is the word for Bolivia
By Loren My Intyre
Jan-packed pilgrims, many from foreign lands, crowd Copacabana each year to honor her famous Virgin.
St. Augustine, Nation´s Oldest City, Turns 400
By Robert L. Conly
"The Alice" in Australia´s Wonderland
By Alan Villiers
Giant Comet Grazes the Sun
By Kenneth F. Weaver
Saga od a Ship the Yankee
By Luis Marden
Cesta kolem světa na plachetnici.
What was a woman doing there?
War reporter Dickey Chapelle, born Georgette Louise Meyer in Milwaukee, Wiskonsin, March 14, 1918, became the first American woman correspondent to die in action when she fell in South Viet Nam on November 4, 1965.
WATER WAR IN VIET NAM
By Dickey Chapelle
Autor recenze: Coffee Cooler