The Wide World Magazine, August 1952

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair

Features: Operation Sikh - An incident connected with the strange hide-and-seek war now being waged in the steamy jungles of Malaya; A Sailor on Horseback - Jack ashore takes to riding at his peril; Two Miracles - An Army officer's experience in the Western Desert during World War II; Phantom Fortune - the fascinating history of sundry vanished gold-mines in the wilds of British Columbia; Tasmania's Wild West; A Mystery of the "Bad Lands" - a cowboy's weird experience in the Badlands of Wyoming; The Figurehead - a story involving the windjammer L'Avenir; Gold Coast Ju-Ju; Box of Tricks - an isolated Army camp in Palestine is cursed with cunning Arab thieves; Personal-Column Crusoes - advice for prospective adventurers; Leturc's Island - Jacques Leturc took over an uninhabited South Sea Island and turned it into a profitable enterprise, only to encounter disaster; Desert Hitch-Hike - 1,200 miles across Northern Africa to catch a steamer; and more. Three inch opening at bottom of cover fold; Somewhat above-average wear. Small opening at top of backstrip. Sound copy.