The Wide World Magazine - July 1953, Australian Edition

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good

Features: My Life in the French Foreign Legion, by Trevor S.H. Jones, late 1st Regiment Legion Etrangere Infanterie; The Snow Surveyors - men who keep track of the snowfall in the wild mountain ranges of Canada and the United States; My Pistol - a bride not experienced with firearms receives an automatic as a wedding present; A Sailor Adrift - a sailor ends up working at a Rocky Mountain lumber-camp where he has memorable experiences; Through the "Big Bend" of the Rio Grande by Canoe; The Ordeal of Juan Rosas - an Ecuadoran enters the wilds to cut balsa wood; Hair of the Dog - a story of African superstitions; The Will to Live - An Australian example of human endurance along the coast south of Cairns; A Fool Afoot in France - reprint of a 1929 story of an English Walker in France; One Day's Work - New Zealand Volcano; Military Mystery at Benghazi; and more. Two-inch opening at base of front cover fold. Average wear. Binding sound.