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Journal des Voyages et des Aventures de Terre et de Mer

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Journal des Voyages et des Aventures de Terre et de Mer (1 december 1907)

Journal des Voyages et des Aventures de Terre et de Mer (Journal of Travels and Adventures of Land and Sea) was a French weekly magazine published by Librairie Illustrée / Librairie Dreyfus between 1877 and 1894 and Jules Tallandier between 1894 and 1976.

The magazine published 4 short stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle between 1906 and 1908.



By Conan Doyle in Journal des Voyages

1906

1907

1908


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