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VOLUME VII, NO. I
MAY 193 8
THE PROBLEM OF THE H IGHLANDS. By .Jocelyn G ibb
THE SCOT AND THE EMPIRE. By A. G. Macdonell . . . . 1 9
GATES OF ADVENTURE. I. Glasgow : Second City of the Empire. By the Right Hon. Viscount Horne of Slamannan, G.B.E., K .C . . .
Photogravure Supplement, ZULUS WANTED. Notes and Photographs by
John Goldman ........... 40
GERMANY’S FORMER COLONIES. I. Tanganyika and Ruanda-Urundi.
By Patrick Balfour .......... 42
WATER IN HOLLAND. Photographs by J. G. van A gtmaal . . . 49
CLIMBING IN THE CAUCASUS. By John R. J enkins .... 55
PHOTOGRAPHIC NOTES. Edited by F. S. Sm y th e ................................................... xxvii
THE WORLD AROUND. A list of recent books .....
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