The Wide World Magazine, September 1952 - Australian Edition

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good

Features: Operation Sikh - an incident from the ongoing 'hide-and-seek'war in Malaya against terrorists; A Sailor on Horseback; Phantom Fortune - the lure of gold and the fascinating history of sundry vanished gold-mines in the wilds of British Columbia; Tasmania's 'Wild West', with photos; A Mystery of the "Bad Lands" - a cowboy's weird experience in Wyoming; The Figurehead - a strange sea-mystery involving the L'Avenir; Gold Coast Ju-Ju; Box of Tricks - an amusing story of thieves at an isolated army camp in Palestine; "Personal-Column" Crusoes - advice for would-be adventurers; Leturc's Island - a Frenchman takes over an uninhabited island and turns it into a profitable enterprise, only to encounter disaster; Desert Hitch-Hike - an eventful 1,200 mile journey across North Africa, with photos; and more. Average wear. Binding intact. Chips from backstrip. Back cover partially open.