The Cape Odyssey 101 - 105 [5 Volumes]
(Cape Town: Historical Media, 2013 - 2015). . Five volumes, each measuring 244 x 176 mm. Laminated pictorial wrappers; pp. 192, incl. index; pp. 200, incl. index; pp. 192, incl. index; pp. 192, incl. index; pp. 192, incl. index; lavishly illustrated with contemporary photographs and artwork, in monochrome and full colour, plus some modern photographs. Fine condition. Issue 101: "This volume includes a number of articles that have appeared in The Cape Odyssey tabloid during 2011 and 2012. In this way Historical Media is endeavouring to preserve these interesting articles for posterity." Issue 102: "This volume features articles that relate to the South Peninsula and includes a number of articles that have appeared in The Cape Odyssey tabloid during 2001 to 2012 as well as new material and pictures." Issue 103: "The Cape Odyssey 103 - the third book to be published in the new Cape Odyssey softcover series - embraces articles from the Woodstock Whisperer (2003 - 2007) together with new material and pictorials. Woodstock, Cape Town's and South Africa's first real suburb, has a treasure house of historic stories and events. Treaty Park in Woodstock is the spot where, in 1806, the history of South Africa changed forever. One of the bravest sea rescues of maritime history took place from Woodstock Beach. This volume captures for posterity articles that relate to this wonderfully colourful suburb." Issue 104: "Wrecked at the Cape Part 1 embraces stories of interesting shipwrecks on the Cape's West Coast - from Hondeklip Bay to Maori Bay at the foot of Karbonkelberg." Issue 105: "Wrecked at the Cape Part 2 embraces interesting stories of shipwrecks, Chapman's Peak to Cape Infanta.".
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N° du livre: 11319
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Mots-clés: . Storms. Local . . Good Hope