£45.00

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Product Code: BO10061
Key product features
  • Written by John Dudeney and John Sheail
  • 390 pages

Product description

Claiming the Ice: Britain and the Antarctica 1900-1950, is a book which explores the how and why of Britain's territorial claim to Antarctica, using the voices of the government officials who shaped British policy for the first half of the last century.  Written by John Dudeney and John Sheail.

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