The Wide World Magazine, September 1953 - Australian Edition

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $159.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good

Features: Gurkha Soldier - the author served with the Gurkha's throughout the late war; Canada's Cat-Swings - Cat trains are used to transport supplies over huge distances in Canada's north; Shark Bait - Elephant Graveyards; The Interventor Gets Busy - reprint of the 1934 story of the author who was sent to Peru to secure possession of some mines which had been illegally seized; V.G.I. - the author, C.A. Chard, had an undersea career of 30 years; The Bungalow - story from a little Indian rest house; Salmon-Fishing in Bering Sea - Interesting glimpses of the salmon-packing industry in Alaska, with photos; British Courage - fire aboard the British Courage which was carrying nine thousand tons of oil; The Smoke-Signal - a story from and Australian mounted constable; and more. Small openings along back strip. Average wear. Binding intact.