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Overwintering op Nova Zembla

Title: Overwintering op Nova Zembla door Heemskerck, Barentsz, en togtgenooten in de Jaren 1596-1597. Getrokken uit het Journaal [of the third voyage] von G. de V. en toegelicht in verband met de bevindingen van den Kapitein Carlsen bij zijn bezoek in 1871 van de oude overwinterings-plaets. Met Afbeeldingen.

Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions

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Veer, Gerrit de

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