Tales of Real Survival
Recounts how some of the passengers on the Hindenburg, Captain Bligh after the mutiny, Antoine de Saint-Exup‚ery, the crew of the Apollo 13, and other travelers have survived great dangers on their journeys.
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Squalus lies half flooded on the ocean floor deeper than any submarine ever rescued before
Susie Rijnharts Tibetan trek
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