True survival stories
Scholastic, Inc., 2002 - Survival after airplane accidents, shipwrecks, etc - 141 pages
Recounts how some of the passengers on the Hindenburg, Captain Bligh after the mutiny, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, the crew of the Apollo 13, and other travelers have survived great dangers on their journeys.
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Dive to disaster
Hindenburgs hydrogen inferno
Captain Blighs boatload of trouble
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airship Antarctic Apollo 13 astronauts Bedouin began beneath Benson and Duddy Bismarck Bligh boat bombsight Bounty breath Briggs cable captain climb cold command module compass platform craft crashed crew danger deck desert Despite disaster dive diver Earth Elephant Island Endurance engines explosion Falcon film fire flames flight Frank Worsley freezing Gerow going ground Grytviken Haise Harry Griffiths hatch hauled Hauptman helicopter Hindenburg Hood Hosking huge hydrogen Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition journey killed knew Lakehurst land Larsen launch lava looked Lovell lunar module McCann Rescue Chamber miles minutes Momsen Momsen Lung Moon morning mutiny Naquin Navy night ocean ordeal passengers pilot plane Prevot Pu'u O'o radio re-entry reached realized Rescue Chamber sailed Sailfish Saint-Ex Shackleton shark ship ship's shouted sleep slowly smoke soon South Georgia spacecraft Squalus submarine supplies surface survived Swigert tanks Ted Briggs terrible volcano wait wreckage