Charles Fleming’s Cape Expedition Diary



Edited by Mary McEwan | Softcover | 256 pages | 2006

Auckland Islands 1942-43

Charles Fleming was a geologist, paleontologist and ornithologist knighted for his contribution to science and conservation in 1977. This book covers his year in the subantarctic islands as a coast watcher during the highly secret wartime Cape Expedition. This diary is a description of the daily lives of these coast watchers, living in an extreme and disconnected environment.

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Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 240 × 200 × 20 mm