Tales of Real Adventure
Combining carefully researched information with detailed illustrations and documentary photographs, this is a fascinating book about the ingenuity, audacity and courage men and women have shown in the face of danger.
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Squalus lies half flooded on the ocean floor deeper than any submarine ever rescued before
Can irascible Captain Bligh survive mutiny hostile islanders and 41 days in an open boat?
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