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The Karluk"s last voyage
Originally published: The last voyage of the Karluk. Boston : Small, Maynard and Co., 1916
|Statement||as related by Robert A. Bartlett, and here set down by Ralph T. Hale ; [new introduction by Edward E. Leslie]|
|Contributions||Hale, Ralph T. b. 1880, Bartlett, Bob, 1875-1946.|
|LC Classifications||G670 1913.K37 B37 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 329 p. :|
|Number of Pages||329|
|LC Control Number||00060266|
The Last Voyage of the Karluk by Captain Robert Bartlett Narrated by Frank Holden Time: Approx. 7 hours digit ISBN: digit ISBN: Library Digital Download of this audio book available from This is Captain Bob Bartlett’s version of the controversial loss of the Karluk, the flagship of Vilhjalmur Stefansson’s Canadian arctic expedition of. Get this from a library! The last voyage of the Karluk: a survivor's memoir of Arctic disaster. [William Laird McKinlay] -- In , explorer Vilhjalmur Stefansson hired William McKinlay to join the crew of the Karluk, the leading ship of his new Arctic expedition. Stefansson's mission was to .
The maritime disaster of is accorded a full background and the torpe-doing of the great Cunarder by the German U climaxes the story of her final voyage. The course of the submarine and that of the ship are given alternately until they converge off the Irish coast; Kapitan leutenant Walter Schweiger stalks other victims; Captain William Thomas Turner takes out the Lusitania on May 1st. Editorial Reviews. The Last Voyage was a neat little thriller in its time, a precursor to The Poseidon Adventure and a dozen less-well-known disaster movies of a dozen years later, with the action pitched on a more personal level. The acting is good enough, and the direction by Stone is competent, though he lacks inspiration -- the one truly great shot in the movie comes up so abruptly, and is Brand: Warner Archives.
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The main character is Helen, a 13 year-old who boards the Karluk with her seamstress mother and younger brother. I remember being disappointed, at that age, when I eventually found out she wasn’t real (There was a Helen aboard the Karluk – an 8 year old Inuit girl, on board.
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“We did not all come back.” Thus begins the rare firsthand account of the extraordinary ordeal of the Karluk, the flagsh Brand: M. Evans & Company. Published in under title: The last voyage of the Karluk, flagship of Vilhjalmar Stefansson's Canadian Arctic expedition of Description: 6 preliminary leaves, pages frontispiece, plates, portraits, maps, plan, facsimiles 21 cm: Responsibility: by Robert A.
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I often felt like I was playing Clue, only on a cruise ship, with a potential murderer at every turn. The author skillfully transitions the readers between narratives with ease, though there are a lot of suspects to remember when there are five couples involved/5.