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How men discovered the world
Brief accounts of the voyages and discoveries of various explorers from the Phoenicians of ancient times to Richard Byrd in the twentieth century.
|Statement||[by] Hans R. Hecke. With illus. by Nikolaus Plump. Freely translated by Moya Gillespie.|
|Contributions||Hecke, Hans R., Plump, Nikolaus, 1923- illus.|
|LC Classifications||G175 .G5 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||75113420|
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