The Wide World Magazine - True Stories of Adventure, November [Nov.] 1922, Vol. 50, No. 295: Restoring the Dead to Life! - A Secret Japanese Science Revealed

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Abundant black and white illustrations and reproductions of photos. Features: Michel the Spy - a remarkable WWI character; Five Thousand Miles on Foot in Central Africa - Part II - "Shooting" big game with a camera - article with great photos; A Bid for a Bride - love finds a way in the lonely outpost of Mersa Matruh, Egypt; Four-Figure Milestones; Seeking Six Million Pounds - recovering gold and silver from the White Star liner 'Laurentic' which was sunk off the coast of Ireland in January 1917; Through the East By Air - Part IV - The adventures of Richard and Sydney Carline who were commissioned by the National War Museum to paint scenes in Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Mesopotamia, Kurdistan, and Persia; Diamond Cut Diamond - farmhand matches wits with farmer who cheats his men of their wages; Adrift in Mid-Air - French artilleryman M. Clinckmaille was carried high in the air by a runaway observation balloon - suspended by his leg!; Restoring the Dead to Life! - The Secrets of Katsu, known to the Japanese for two thousand years, but jealously guarded from the outside world - fascinating article with photos; A Race for Life in Death Valley - The ordeal of two motorcyclists who attempted to drive through Death Valley during the hottest month of the year - article with great photos; The Man Who Turned Thief - Part IV - A trap is set for George Keene; Magalloway's Grizzly - life and death encounter with a Wyoming rancher; and more. 88 pages plus 16 pages of nostalgic ads. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Binding tight. A quality copy of this excellent vintage issue.