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South to the Pole. The Early History of the Ross Sea Sector, Antarctica

by Quartermain, L. B.

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(London: Oxford University Press, 1967). 8vo; original beige cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; tinted top edge; endpaper map; pp. xx + (ii) + 481, incl. index; plates; maps, incl. folding map at end. Dustwrapper tattered; some foxing to edges, occasional fox spot elsewhere; archival tape reinforcing to lower hinge at tail. Good condition, in a modest dustwrapper. "This first full-scale account of any one sector of the Antarctic tells the story of the area most rich in history - that from the Ross Sea 'south to the Pole'. From the courageous voyages of Cook and Bellingshausen in the 18th and early 19th centuries, the first penetration of the Sea by Ross himself, the first deliberate wintering in the Antarctic by Borchgrevink and the first great inland journeys by Scott and Shackleton, the story moves to the attainment of the Pole by Amundsen and Scott, the tragic, splendid, though little-known story of the Ross Sea section of Shackleton's abortive… Read more
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Republican Germany. A Political and Economic Study

by Quigley, Hugh, and R. T. Clark

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(London: Methuen, 1928, 1st edition). 8vo; original blue buckram, lettered in blind on upper board, and in gilt on spine; pp. xiv + (ii) + 318 + (ii) + 8; diagrams and tables; several plates; maps, incl. 2 folding. Backstrip slightly mottled; spine cocked; wear to extremities; gift inscription and ownership inscription to front endpaper; some archival tape reinforcing to gutters. Fair to good. Important study of Weimar Germany, here in first edition form. Political and economic developments receive attention, and the tenures of Ebert, Stresemann, and Hindenburg are covered, up until when the Dawes Plan assisted German economic recovery. Hitler receives a brief mention as a leader in the Kapp Putsch. .
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