1938–1939 German Expedition To Tibet

1938–1939 German Expedition To Tibet

The 1938-1939 German Expedition to Tibet was a May 1938 - August 1939 German scientific expedition led by German zoologist and SS officer Ernst Schäfer.

Read more about 1938–1939 German Expedition To Tibet:  The Origins of The Expedition, Designations, Funding, Members, Background, Expedition Details, Return To Germany, The Nanga Parbat Expedition (May 1939 - August 1939)

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