Sheba's Daughters

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Sheba's Daughters

By H. St. J. B. Philby
Methuen, 1939
485 pp. $21.00

The world's leading authority on the history and geography of Arabia describes the latter part of a nine-month journey he recently made from Saudi Arabia overland to Aden, the first on record by a European. The book contains an indictment of the expansionist policy being pursued by the British around Aden.

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