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Voyage to the End of the World With Tales From the Great Ice Barrier

By: David Burke
200 pages, 92 b/w photos, 9 illus, 5 maps
Voyage to the End of the World
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  • Voyage to the End of the World ISBN: 9780870817717 Paperback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Burke documents his journey from Hobart, Australia, accross the Southern Ocean to the Ross Sea region and ultimately to the furthest edge of the great ice barrier.

Contents

Introduction; South; Amundsen's Enemy; Little America; Beaten to the Bay; The Rescue; Boy Scout Bay; End of the World; Index.

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By: David Burke
200 pages, 92 b/w photos, 9 illus, 5 maps
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