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  1. Africa Disturbed (1959)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  2. African Heritage (1952)
    1 Review
  3. Portrait
    Albert Schweitzer
    The American Scholar, Winter 1950, pp. 83-88
  4. Albert Schweitzer
    Schweitzer in America
    The Saturday Review, September 25, 1965, p. 25
  5. [+]
    Album of an Evolving Continent (Review)
    Cairo to Cape Town, by Reginald Reynolds
    1. Cairo to Cape Town by Reginald Reynolds
    The Saturday Review, February 12, 1955, p. 14
  6. [+]
    A Continent at Dawn (2 Reviews)
    The People of South Africa, by Sarah Gertrude Millin
    1. The People of South Africa by Sarah Gertrude Millin
    2. Introducing South Africa by Carveth Wells
    The Saturday Review, February 27, 1954, p. 20
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    Continent of 1,000 Mysteries (2 Reviews)
    The Heart of Africa, by Alexander Campbell
    1. The Heart of Africa by Alexander Campbell
    2. Before the African Storm by John Cookson
    The Saturday Review, May 8, 1954, p. 18
  8. [+]
    The Dark Land Stirs (Review)
    Struggle for Africa, by Vernon Bartlett
    1. Struggle for Africa by Vernon Bartlett
    The Saturday Review, November 14, 1953, p. 24
  9. [+]
    "Inside" No. V (Review)
    Inside Africa, by John Gunther
    1. Inside Africa by John Gunther
    The Saturday Review, October 1, 1955, p. 18
  10. [+]
    King of Apartheidland (Review)
    Through Malan's Africa, by Robert St. John
    1. Through Malan's Africa by Robert St. John
    The Saturday Review, July 10, 1954, p. 10
  11. The World's Bell Tolls
    An Editorial
    The Saturday Review, May 2, 1953, p. 22
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