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First edition of an account of the Russian polar expedition headed by Eduard Vasilyevich Toll (1858 – 1902) on the ship Zarya, primarily aimed at discovering Sannikov Land, a mythical island said to be located off Russia's Arctic coast.

 

During this voyage, Toll and a small group of explorers vanished from Bennett Island, and their fate continues to be a mystery. Two rescue missions were set out, but all they found were the collections and the diaries of the expedition, which formed the basis of the present account.

Account of the ill-fated polar expedition led by Eduard Vasilyevich Toll

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  • Eduard Vasilyevich Toll.

    Die russische Polarfahrt der "Sarja" 1900-1902. Aus den hinterlassenen Tagebüchern von Baron Eduard von Toll, herausgegeben von Baronin Emmy von Toll.

    Berlin, Georg Reimer, 1909.

  • 24,3 x 16,4 cm. IV, 635, [1 blank] pp. With frontispiece portrait, 4 (folding) plates, and 47 illustrations in the text. In the original publisher's printed wrappers. Uncut and still mostly unopened, with the spine damaged, leaving the back wrapper torn, but still attached.

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