Captured in Tibet. With Fifteen Plates in Half-Tone and Two Maps. ROBERT FORD.

Captured in Tibet. With Fifteen Plates in Half-Tone and Two Maps.

London. George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., 1957. [Reprint]. Stock ID #163256

Black and white maps, black and white photographic plates, 253pp, index, hardback in dustjacket. Price clip dustjacket. Edges, endpapers and first and last pages some foxing. Good condition. "Robert Ford used to be described by the newspapers as the loneliest Briton in the world. He was the first European ever to receive the Dalai Lama's blessing as a Tibetan official, and his work as radio officer took him to part of Tibet where no European had lived before. He was less than a hundred miles from the eastern frontier when the Chinese Communists invaded" - Publisher's Description. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 163256).

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