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Men of Pierre Saint - Martin

£10.99

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This is a vivid and dramatic story of the exploration of one of the deepest cavern in the world, told by an eyewitness who was chaplain to the famous team of spelaeologists who made the descent. He celebrated mass every morning at the entrance to the hole, in all weathers, under burning sun as well as squalls that are so frequent in the mountain tops. In this book, you will share their sufferings, and their discouragement, but you will also know the joy of their final triumph.
Condition - the jacket has some bumps on the corners, and some yellowing. There are some black and white photos and diagrams.

Item details

Author(s):
Jacques Attout
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
14cms x 22cms
Edition:
1956
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
158
Publisher:
Werner Laurie

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This is a vivid and dramatic story of the exploration of one of the deepest cavern in the world, told by an eyewitness who was chaplain to the famous team of spelaeologists who made the descent. He celebrated mass every morning at the entrance to the hole, in all weathers, under burning sun as well as squalls that are so frequent in the mountain tops. In this book, you will share their sufferings, and their discouragement, but you will also know the joy of their final triumph.
Condition - the jacket has some bumps on the corners, and some yellowing. There are some black and white photos and diagrams.

Author(s):
Jacques Attout
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
14cms x 22cms
Edition:
1956
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
158
Publisher:
Werner Laurie

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