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The Great Airship by F. S. Brereton

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The Great Airship
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Publisher: Blackie & Son ltd.
ISBN/ASIN: B000WHJ6HE
Number of pages: 360

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From those cold and forbidding Antarctic regions the airship rushed towards sunnier climes, and was very soon over Cape Horn. Thence she traced the whole length of South America, passing over the Pacific coast of that enormous continent. She threaded her way above the isthmus of Panama, where the Spaniards of old extracted wealth from the Incas and from the natives of Mexico, and where Drake and men of his adventurous stamp won riches from the Spaniard...

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