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The Andean Republics: Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru by William Weber Johnson
The Arab World by Desmond Stewart
Atlas of the World by The Editors of Life and Rand McNally
Australia and New Zealand by Colin MacInnes
The Balkans by Edmund O. Stillman
Brazil by Elizabeth Bishop
Britain by John Osborne
Canada by Brian Moore
Central America by Harold Lavine
China by Loren Fessler
Colombia and Venezuela and the Guianas by Gary MacEóin
Eastern Europe: Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland by Godfrey Blunden
France by D. W. Brogan
Germany by Terence Prittie
Greece by Alexander Eliot
Handbook of the Nations by Oliver Allen
India by Joe David Brown
Ireland by Joe McCarthy
Israel by Robert St. John
Italy by Herbert Kubly
Japan by Edward G. Seidensticker
The Low Countries by Eugene Rachlis
Mexico by William Weber Johnson
The River Plate Republics: Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay by John Halcro Ferguson
Russia by Charles Wheeler Thayer
Scandinavia by Hammond Innes
South Africa by Tom Hopkinson
Southeast Asia by Stanley Karnow
Spain by Hugh Thomas
Switzerland by Herbert Kubly
Tropical Africa by Robert Coughlan
Turkey by Desmond Stewart
The United States by Patrick Anthony O'Donovan
The West Indies by Carter Harman

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  1. Life Nature Library: The Desert by A. Starker Leopold (1961)
  2. The South Central States by Lawrence Goodwyn (1967)
  3. A History of the Low Countries by Paul Arblaster (2006)
  4. Middle East Contemporary Survey: Vol 21 by Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (1999)
  5. Hammond World Atlas: Time by Hammond editors (1980)
  6. South East Asia (Mainland): A Route & Planning Guide for Independent Budget Travelers by Mark Elliott
  7. ΟΙ ΒΑΛΚΑΝΙΚΟΙ ΓΕΙΤΟΝΕΣ ΜΑΣ by ΑΛΕΞΗΣ ΚΥΡΟΥ
  8. The Horizon History of China by C. P. Fitzgerald (1969)
  9. Historia Medieval da Peninsula Iberica by Adeline Rucquoi
  10. UNESCO General History of the Caribbean: Caribbean in the Twentieth Century v. 5 (Vol 5) by Bridget Brereton (2004)
  11. Ancient America by Jonathan Norton Leonard (1967)
  12. Världen i dag : [Illustrerad vetenskaps encyclopedi]. 05, Sydamerika by David Cleary
  13. The World Book Encyclopedia of People and Places (complete) by World Book (1992)
  14. The Balkans - 1962 [map] by National Geographic Society (U.S.)
  15. The Incredible Incas and Their Timeless Land by Loren McIntyre (1975)

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