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Diary of the "Terra Nova" Expedition to the Antarctic, 1910-1912; an account of Scott's last expedition [by] Edward Wilson. Edited from the original MSS. in the Scott Polar Research Institute and the British Museum by H. G. R. King
Bib ID 499846
Format BookBook
Author
Wilson, Edward A. (Edward Adrian), 1872-1912
 
Description London, Blandford Press, 1972 
xxiii, 279, [24] p. illus. (some col.), facsims., maps, ports. 25 cm. 
ISBN 0713705620
Notes

Bibliography: p. 261.

Subjects Wilson, Edward Adrian, - 1872-1912 - Diaries.  |  British Antarctic ("Terra Nova") Expedition - (1910-1913)  |  Antarctica - Discovery and exploration - British.
Other authors/contributors King, H. G. R. (Harry G. R.), 1921-, ed

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