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Oceans, poles and airmen

the first flights over wide waters and desolate ice.
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Aeronautics -- Flights, Polar regions -- Aerial exploration, Air p
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LC ClassificationsTL721.1 .M6
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Paginationx, 307 p.
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Open LibraryOL5316576M
ISBN 100394462378
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Richard Monague's "Oceans,Poles, and Airmen" brings out that Bernt Balchen's book "Come North with me" was censured by Byrd because Bernt pointed out that with the top speed of the plane, the time from and back to Spitsbergen, and the distance to the North Pole, no 5/5(1).

Richard Monague's "Oceans,Poles, and Airmen" brings out that Bernt Balchen's book "Come North with me" was censured by Byrd because Bernt pointed out that with the top speed of the plane, the time from and back to Spitsbergen, and the distance to the North Pole, no Cited by: 1.

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