|LC Classifications||G246.W56 G7 1960, G246.W56 G7 1960|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
Sir Hubert "Wilkins had made thirty-three expeditions in polar regions and explored every continent. He had sledged and flown, sailed and walked across more unknown land than any man in history." An amazing life of exploration, sad that history seems to have forgotten Wilkins/5. Sir Hubert Wilkins was certainly the first internationally known person to embrace the Urantia text as a major revelation to this planet. This notebook is a testament to Wilkins’ devoted study of a book that answered his most vital questions and gave him a new lens through which to /5(9). Sir Hubert Wilkins by Lowell Thomas, Sr., , McGraw-Hill edition, Hardback in English. About this Item: McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, Hardcover. Condition: Collectible - Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 1st printing. Inscribed by Lowell Thomas on front flyleaf. Also has a bookplate laid in with signature on it of Hubert Wilkins and prior owner. A tight, square copy. pp. Photos.
To find and rescue them — if they were still alive — the Russian government commissioned Arctic explorer Sir Hubert Wilkins to organize and lead an ae It began in Autumn when a group of Russian flyers on a trans-polar flight crashed on a shelf of ice on the Alaskan side of the Pole/5(2). He became the first person to fly across the Arctic from America to Europe, a feat the New York Times called "the greatest flight in history," which earned him a knighthood, a ticker-tape parade in New York City, and many other honors. He was also the first to fly in the Antarctic and to discover land by airplane, and the first to take a submarine under the Arctic ice.4/5(1). Sir Hubert Wilkins' attempt to take a submarine beneath the North pole in reinforced his idea that submarines were the ideal way to travel in the Arctic Ocean. In the late 's he commenced plans to build a greater submarine in which to travel under the Arctic . SIR HUBERT WILKINS () was an Australian polar explorer, ornithologist, pilot, soldier, geographer and photographer who gained international renown for his pioneering flights in the Arctic and Antarctic. On 15 April , Wilkins and co-navigator Ben Eielson made a historic trans-Arctic crossing from Point Barrow, Alaska, to Spitsbergen, Norway.
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1st printing. Inscribed by Lowell Thomas on front flyleaf. Also has a bookplate laid in with signature on it of Hubert Wilkins and prior owner. A tight, square copy. pp. Photos. Unclipped jacket is lightly rubbed and in a protective mylar cover.. Inscribed and Signed By Author. First Read more. Share this book. Facebook. Twitter. Pinterest. Embed. Edit. Last edited by Clean Up Bot. Febru | History. An edition of Sir Hubert Wilkins () Sir Hubert Wilkins His World of Adventure—A Biography by Lowell Thomas, Sr. 0 Ratings 0 Want to read; 0 Currently reading; 0 Have read; This edition published in by McGraw-Hill in. Sir Hubert Wilkins iBook. A digital artefact created by teacher Andy Payne, this media-rich Apple iBook format presentation explores the life of Sir Hubert Wilkins, highlighting amazing facts and stories. It’s perfect for use as a teaching aid or for anyone who wants to know more about Sir Hubert. Sir George Hubert Wilkins (—) is a name not widely known to Australians, even in his own state of South Australia. Wilkins is better known in the United States from where he launched his major polar expeditions and spent most of the last thirty years of his life.