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THE DESERT ROAD TO TURKESTAN - Owen Lattimore - Methuen, London, 1928, 1st UK edn., 330 pages, hardback in original brown/orange cloth, ex-lib with usual lib markings & one end paper map torn - numerous B&W plates - An exciting overland journey with camel caravans from Peking to India through desolate Mongolia and on into Central Asia. Lattimore was America's foremost expert & prolific author on China, Mongolia and Central Asia who was persecuted in USA during the McCarthy era....a scarce book in any condition .- $NZ85.

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THE DESERT ROAD TO TURKESTAN - Owen Lattimore - Methuen, London, 1928, 1st UK edn., 330 pages, hardback in original brown/orange cloth, ex-lib with usual lib markings & one end paper map torn - numerous B&W plates - An exciting overland journey with camel caravans from Peking to India through desolate Mongolia and on into Central Asia. Lattimore was America's foremost expert & prolific author on China, Mongolia and Central Asia who was persecuted in USA during the McCarthy era....a scarce book in any condition .-  $NZ85.