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Volume 18, Number 3 May/June 1967

In This Issue

May/June 1967
The Alhambra
Written by Paul F. Hoye
Photographed by Tor Eigeland

In Arabic it meant fortress; in history it meant glory ... The Alhambra, a citadel of beauty, a symbol of courage.

Ancient Man Goes To War
Written by William A. Ward
Illustrated by Brian Smith

Northward into Syria marched Egypt's mighty army... To face and fight the Hittites and their chariots.

The Fleet's Out
Photographed by Khalil Abou El Nasr

They can move a tanker, fight a fire, or even tend a diver... the launches, tugs and barges of the Ras Tanura "navy".

On Coffee: A digression
Written by William Gifford Palgrave
Photographed by Khalil Abou El Nasr

In defense of Western man and his mucous membranes ... A vital discourse on a most important matter.

Sweet Street
Written and photographed by William Tracy

"Our sweets," said the man, "need a special stomach" ... But if you have that stomach ... Ahh, Damascus!"