In Auf Nordlandfahrt, the historian Sandra Walser tells the story of Hans Beat Wieland, a Swiss painter that joins the first touristic journey to the Arctic on a ship chartered by Wilhelm Bade in 1896. The reader follows this journey with its many stops, stories and curiosities. One of the highlights is the visit at Salomon August Andrée’s camp in the north of Spitzbergen, who is in the midst of preparing for the discovery of the North Pole with a hydrogen balloon.
167 x 248mm
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