The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 115
National Geographic Society, 1959 - Geography
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A TROPICAL BIT OF FRANCE 255
FIRST CROSSINGS OF THE ENDS OF THE EARTH
THE ARCTIC AS A SEA ROUTE OF THE FUTURE
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