Her Home, The Antarctic: The Royal Research Ship John Biscoe
With a foreword by the Duke of Edinburgh, who travelled to the Antarctic on the maiden voyage of the RRS John Biscoe, this is the story of the ship’s final voyage in the Antarctic to the British Antarctic Survey bases. Illustrated with fabulous photographs by the author, the book tells the story of the most famous of British Antarctic Survey vessels, the RRS John Biscoe.
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Foreword by HRHThe Duke of Edinburgh
Preface Chapter 1A Welcome toAntarctica Chapter 2AnAlien and Extraordinary Beauty
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