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B&W Photographs; This is a DISBOUND article from National Geographic Magazine. This is the actual article, not a photocopy. Text pages are clean, bright and without chips, tears, discoloration or wear. The article consists of eleven double-sided text pages with nine black and white photographs and eleven color photographs.The authors, John and Frank Craighead (who happen to be the brothers of Jean Craighead George, the well-known children's fiction author) write about their experiences on a Mid-Pacific Atoll where they were there to help the Navy gather information about surviving in a wilderness situation. This information was most likely used for Navy survival trainings to pilots and ship crews during World War II. The five members of the team who were left ashore on Kwajalein atoll were: John J. Lynch, Merle Stitt, Goniske (a Marshallese native) and the authors John & Frank Craighead. The photographs accompanying the article are all by John and Frank Craighead. There is one small black & white map included. Overall, an interesting article on several subjects...Pacific Islands, Island Life, Survival and Wilderness living, World War II, etc.
Title: We Survive on a Pacific Atoll
Categories: Travel & Exploration,
Publisher: Washington D. C., National Geographic Society: 1948
Book Condition: Very Good+
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 28322