A Great Among Rivers. The Story of the Zaire River Expedition 1974-75.

£4.00

If evidence is needed that man’s urge to explore is still very much alive,it is to be found in this authorised account of one of the great expeditions of modern times.Formerly known as the Congo,the Zaire River is the seventh longest river in the world and hardly less challenging today than when H. Stanley used it for his epic journey “through the dark continent”just over a hundred years ago.

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H/b in good clean boards.with guilt to spine.in v/g d/w, slightly chipped at the top edges,Size 9×6 pp 24+294,inc index,bibliography,appendix,page maps,diagrams,Hinges strong,Binding tight (suggest unread).Internaly clean and bright throughout.No foxing,staining,perhaps slightly age-browned throughout text-block.In all aspects a v/g almost a fine copy.

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