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7 Afghanistan. Oskar von Niedermayer, Ernst Diez. Leipzig, Germany: Karl W. Hiersemann, 1924. 313p. maps. One of the classic books about Afghanistan,this provides a unique photographic record of the country as it was at the time of the First World War. With nearly 250 15 by 20cm sepia photographs of excellent quality, it shows major buildings, streets, markets, and general views of towns and cities as they were in 1915 and 1916. The German text include chapters on georgraphy, geology, landscape, communications, population, commerce industry, and the Islamic and Buddhist periods.
Miller 84 Paraguay, R. Andrew Nickson 85 Indian Ocean, Julia J. Gotthold with the assistance of Donald W. Gotthold 86 Egypt, Regal N. Maker 87 Gibraltar, Cnaham J. Shields 88 The Netherlands, Peter King Michael Wintle 89 Bolivia, Gertrude M. Yeager 90 Papua New Guinea, Fraiser McConnell 91 The Gambia, David P. Gamble 92 Somalia, Mark W. DaLancey, Sheila L. Elliott, December Green, Kenneth J. Menkhaus, Mohamad Haji Moqtar, Peter J. Shraeder 93 Brunei, Sylvia C. Eugelen Kransse, Gerald H. Krausae 94 Albana, William B.
Bibliog. The author seeks to define the region by rejecting both 'Kafiristan' and 'Nuristan' in favour of 'Kohistan of the Eastern Province'. He discusses the physical geography and history of the area and speculates on the origins of its inhabitants. 66 Making a map of Afghanistan. Fairchild Aerial Surveys. Afghanistan vol. 15, no. 3. (1960), p. 16. A description of the air photography project, begun in 1957, which the Fairchild Company, under contract to the Government of Afghanistan, undertook in order to prepare photo-mosaics and 1:250,000 scale maps of the country.