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National Geographic August 1987

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  1. National Geographic Magazine v #2 August by Wilbur E. Garrett (Editor) Other authors: William S. Ellis (Contributor), Sandy Felsenthal (Photographer), Kevin Fleming (Photographer), Michio Hoshino (Photographer), Louise E. Levathes (Contributor) — 5 more, Henri Lhote (Contributor), Steve McCurry (Photographer), Peter C. Newman (Contributor), Kazuyoshi Nomachi (Photographer), Victor Van Author: Wilbur E. Garrett (Editor).
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  3. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Magazine August - Africa's Stricken Sahel. £ 0 bids. £ postage. Ending 19 Jun at PM BST 5d 20h Click & Collect Subject: Travel & Geography Language: English. national geographic magazine august volume number 2 vgc. £ Click & Collect.
  4. National Geographic Magazine August Details. Rock Art in the Sahara { Oasis of Art in the Sahara} Ethno- archeologist Henri Lhote interprets rock paintings in a mysterious gallery created by prehistoric peoples of Algeria. Photographs by Kazuyoshi Nomachi.
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  8. National Geographic - August , Vol. , No. 2 Africa’s Sahel: The Stricken Land (Catastrophe looms for an abused realm on the Sahara’s southern fringe. William S. Ellis and photographer Steve McCurry report on the high tragedy of land on the way to being desert.).

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