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Author Name    Johnson, B.L.C.

Title   How People Live in East Pakistan

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Good

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   Toronto, Canada Saunders of Toronto, Limited 1968

Seller ID   54508332

100 pages including index. With pictures, maps and words the author makes it possible for you to understand the different ways of life and work in this region. Author has travelled widely in East Pakistan. He spent nearly two years in Chittagong during the Second World War, and revisited the country in 1956-57 to make a comprehensive study of its agricultural geography. Several school stamps else unmarked. Average wear. Solid copy in illustrated purple boards. Although intended for younger readers, this book makes interesting reading for adults as well.

How  People  Live  In  East  Pakistan  100  Pages  Including  Index.    With  Pictures,  Maps  And  Words  The  Author  Makes  It  Possible  For  You  To  Understand  The  Different  Ways  Of  Life  And  Work  In  This  Region.    Author  Has  Travelled  Widely  In  East  Pakistan.    He  Spent  Nearly  Two  Years  In  Chittagong  During  The  Second  World  War,  And  Revisited  The  Country  In  1956-57  To  Make  A  Comprehensive  Study  Of  Its  Agricultural  Geography.    Several  School  Stamps  Else  Unmarked.    Average  Wear.    Solid  Copy  In  Illustrated  Purple  Boards.      Although  Intended  For  Younger  Readers,  This  Book  Makes  Interesting  Reading  For  Adults  As  Well. 

Price = 39.95 USD


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