Afghanistan

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Roland and Sabrina Michaud became fascinated with this unique, and once obscure (to Americans) country. They decided to return again and again, over a period of more than a decade, from the late `60’s to the time of the Russian invasion of 1979. At one time the country was on the so-called “hippie route,” the overland route to India. They found their “wonder” not at the end of the route, but along the way. They have shared their fascination with us, primarily via the photograph, in this, as well as other books.

Authors: Roland Michaud, Sabrina Michaud
Publisher: Thames and Hudson Ltd, 1990
ISBN: 9780500273937

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Roland and Sabrina Michaud became fascinated with this unique, and once obscure (to Americans) country. They decided to return again and again, over a period of more than a decade, from the late `60’s to the time of the Russian invasion of 1979. At one time the country was on the so-called “hippie route,” the overland route to India. They found their “wonder” not at the end of the route, but along the way. They have shared their fascination with us, primarily via the photograph, in this, as well as other books.

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Weight 1.10 kg
Authors

Roland Michaud, Sabrina Michaud

Publisher

Thames & Hudson Ltd, 1990

ISBN

9780500273937

Roland and Sabrina Michaud are photographers who have specialized in Central, Southeast, and Far East Asia for more than 40 years. They have published many works on the life and culture of these regions, including Caravans to Tartary, India of 1,001 Nights, India in a Mirror, The Great Wall of China, and Abrams' Afghanistan: The Land That Was. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.