293 pages, Illus
Extensively illustrated paperback edition on this remote and beautiful island in the Antarctic. Covers natural history, whaling and sealing history and war history.
Review of the hardback: 'His deep interest in South Georgia and his detailed knowledge of its natural environment and history shines through in his comprehensive account of the island.' The Times Higher Education Supplement Review of the hardback: 'I assert at once that this is a truly splendid book by a knowledgeable scholar, catholic in interest and qualified by extensive personal experience of the island.' Geographical Journal
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