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The Dial Press New York 1974. 1st Edition. This book is a thoughtful essay on the motives of the explorers and what we have learned from their achievements. Beginning with Pytheas of Massalia in the 3rd century BC, and examines what is known of the voyages of the Vikings. The book ends in the present, with the massive expeditions and international co-operation, but the story goes on. Man has found his way to the ends of the earth, now he will try to understand them, and will no doubt find a way of exploiting them. Over 200 illustrations, 24 in colour. Original photographic dust jacket over blue cloth covered end boards. 208pp. 302 x 225 mm