THE SEA WAS KIND

By: Klestadt, Albert

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Kangaroo Press, Kenthurst NSW 1988o. Just after Pearl Harbour the author escaped with his wife and five others from the the Japanese in the Philippines in an open boat. It took 32 days to travel the 1766 miles and he had no sextant, chronometer and prefered to use dead reckoning and a home-made chart. He knew Bligh had made a similar journey and so adopted many of the good Captain's practice. Illustrated dust jacket over blue cloth covered end boards. Near fine condition. 208pp. 222 x 133 mm

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