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Lost Country

July 2024
1min read

We have come to grief on our foray outside the boundaries of the continental United States. A number of readers have pointed out that on the map of the Trans-Siberian railroad that appeared on page 13 of our August, 1974, issue, we have located Korea on the Kamchatka Peninsula, a good sixteen hundred miles north of where it actually is. And on the same page the date we give as August a, 1919, should read August 2, 1918.

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