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To Greenland and the Pole als Buch von Gordon S...
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To Greenland and the Pole:A Story of Adventure in the Arctic Regions Gordon Stables

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Stand: 27.06.2019
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Wild Adventures round the Pole als Buch von Gor...
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Wild Adventures round the Pole: Gordon Stables

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Bucas Celtic Stable medium * - tartan grau 145
149,00 €
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129,95 € *
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Farbe: Tartan/Grau Grö&#223e: 145cm Füllung: 150g-Das Click´n Go Verschluss-System mit einer patentierten Edelstahl Schnalle kann in einer einfachen Bewegung geschlossen und geöffnet werden-Überlappende Comfort-Front mit doppelter Pol

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Stand: 25.06.2019
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Bucas Celtic Stable extra 300g * - tartan grau 145
159,00 €
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139,95 € *
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Farbe: Tartan/Grau Grö&#223e: 145cm Füllung: 300g-Das Click´n Go Verschluss-System mit einer patentierten Edelstahl Schnalle kann in einer einfachen Bewegung geschlossen und geöffnet werden-Überlappende Comfort-Front mit doppelter Pol

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Bucas Celtic Stable extra 155 Tartan/gr - tarta...
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Farbe: Tartan/Grau Grö&#223e: 155cm Füllung: 300g-Das Click´n Go Verschluss-System mit einer patentierten Edelstahl Schnalle kann in einer einfachen Bewegung geschlossen und geöffnet werden-Überlappende Comfort-Front mit doppelter Pol

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Stand: 25.06.2019
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Bucas Celtic Stable medium Tartan/gr 155 - tart...
149,00 €
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129,95 € *
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Farbe: Tartan/Grau Grö&#223e: 155cm Füllung: 150g-Das Click´n Go Verschluss-System mit einer patentierten Edelstahl Schnalle kann in einer einfachen Bewegung geschlossen und geöffnet werden-Überlappende Comfort-Front mit doppelter Pol

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Stand: 25.06.2019
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The Cook and Peary Expeditions: The History and...
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It is the dreamland of most children in Europe and the Americas, and the mysterious home of the mythical Santa Claus, his devoted wife Mrs. Claus, the reindeer, and the many elves who make Christmas toys each year. In many ways, the North Pole is the first geographical location many kids learn, if only because children over the age of 3 can manage to tell any interested adult that Santa Claus lives there. In reality, of course, the North Pole proved to be as elusive for many brave explorers as jolly old Santa has been for children who wait up at night by the chimney. The biggest problem, of course, is the North Pole’s unforgiving location, far from sunshine or any sort of natural warmth. Another problem, one that would only became obvious in the 20th century, was that it is located not on any piece of stable land but in the middle of the Arctic Ocean, usually covered by ever shifting ice floes. Finally, without modern technological advances, it was nearly impossible to tell when one has actually reached the planet’s northernmost spot. The controversy truly began on September 1, 1909, when the New York Herald printed a headline that told readers, ´´The North Pole is Discovered by Doctor Frederick A. Cook.” By mid-1909, almost everyone in the polar establishment believed that Frederick Cook was dead, since his expedition had not been seen or heard of for a year. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dan Gallagher. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/114339/bk_acx0_114339_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 26.06.2019
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Reaching the North Pole: The History of the Exp...
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It is the dreamland of most children in Europe and the Americas, and the mysterious home of the mythical Santa Claus, his devoted wife Mrs. Claus, the reindeer, and the many elves who make Christmas toys each year. In many ways, the North Pole is the first geographical location many kids learn, if only because children over the age of three can manage to tell any interested adult that Santa Claus lives there. In reality, of course, the North Pole proved to be as elusive for many brave explorers as jolly old Santa has been for children who wait up at night by the chimney. The biggest problem, of course, is the North Pole´s unforgiving location, far from sunshine or any sort of natural warmth. Another problem, one that would only became obvious in the 20th Century, was that it is located not on any piece of stable land but in the middle of the Arctic Ocean, usually covered by ever shifting ice floes. Finally, without modern technological advances, it was nearly impossible to tell when one has actually reached the planet´s northernmost spot. This has led to more than one argument about who actually made it and who did ¬ as historian E. Myles Standish put it, ´´Anyone who is acquainted with the facts and has any amount of logical reasoning can not avoid the conclusion that neither Cook, nor Peary, nor Byrd reached the North Pole; and they all knew it.´´ Those sentiments were echoed by Canadian explorer Richard Weber, who asserted, ´´We came to the conclusion that Peary never got anywhere near the Pole. On the ice, everything looks the same. I´m afraid we´d have been lost without a global positioning system.´´ 1. Language: English. Narrator: Nathan Yoder. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/036531/bk_acx0_036531_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 26.06.2019
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Finether K5016 Professional Microfiber Floor Mo...
19,75 €
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16,46 € *
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Features:UNIQUE Double Lock Telescopic Thicker Pole It can adapt to different height consumers and be locked more firmlyABS Plastic Material 360 degree free rotation is more stable and easy to operate as well as more durable and non-slip.DOUBLE Clip It ha

Anbieter: RAKUTEN
Stand: 25.06.2019
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