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Antarctic Exploration Germany in Antarctica

By: Ladislas Szabo(Author)
108 pages, b/w photos
Antarctic Exploration
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  • Antarctic Exploration ISBN: 9781901037111 Hardback Apr 2022 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
Price: £37.50
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This fully illustrated book covers Germany in Antarctica from the 1900s to the 1940s, starting with Erich von Drygalsky's 1901 Gauss expedition, then on to the 1939 Schwabenland Expedition which is well covered in the book with many never seen before photographs. Within the pages of this book you will be able to follow the author's detailed research and photos showing how Germans could have escaped war torn Berlin at the end of the war and be able to flee Europe, reaching the relative safety of South America. The author then explores how a phantom convoy of U-boats was used to move Germans not only to South America but also to hidden underground bases in Antarctica and he describes how these well stocked underground complexes were a follow on from the detailed aerial mapping done by the Schwabenland Expedition.

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By: Ladislas Szabo(Author)
108 pages, b/w photos
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