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WILSON, EDWARD. - Diary of the 'Terra Nova' Expedition to the Antarctic 1910-1912. An account of Scott's last expedition edited from the original manuscripts in the Scott Polar Research Institute and the British Museum by H.G. R. King. Forword by Charles Wright.

London, Blandford Press, 1972. Cloth, with dust-jacket. With 10 maps and many illustrations and plates, several in colours, including watercolour illustrations by the author, all drawn from the collection of the Scott Polar Research Institute, XXIII, 279 pp.First edition. - An account of Scott's last expedition by his chief scientific officer, edited from the original manuscript.
EUR 82.50 [Appr.: US$ 93.41 | £UK 70.5 | JP¥ 10570] Booknumber: 36380

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