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Lhasa the Holy City by F. Spencer Chapman
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Lhasa the Holy City

by F. Spencer Chapman

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Interesting view from a perceptive 'Private Secretary' on the 1936 to 1937 British mission to Tibet. It is an interesting view unfiltered by the later events of WWII, Mao and current Tibetan politics.
The author was an excellent mountaineer and bird watcher. His enumeration of these gets a bit tedious in sections. ( )
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