Bison und andere 15 cm (sowie 17 cm und 19,4 cm) by Joachim Engelmann

By Joachim Engelmann

Bison und andere 15 cm (sowie 17 cm und 19,4 cm) КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Podzun-Pallas-VerlagСерия: Waffen-Arsenal 76Автор(ы): Joachim EngelmannЯзык: GermanКоличество страниц: 52ISBN: 3-7909-0172-5Формат: pdf (200 dpi) 2339x1656Размер: 30.9 mb RapidIfolder eighty five

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In text, Muscheln, which can refer to a variety of shellfish. ” 43. Steller is apparently still smarting from the condescending treatment by the naval officers on the voyage to America. All through his Journal he complains about their disregard for his knowledge and thirst for knowledge. He, on the other hand, is scornful of their lack of intellectual curiosity. 44. Steller was mistaken. These drifting ice floes were obviously coming from the Bering Sea and not American rivers. 45. Cf. Note 43, above.

Ch. 15, Note 25. 60. Cf. Note 32 above. 61. This could be a corruption of the Russian verb alet’, to redden, flush, or glow, a reference to the active volcano. 62. Steller seems to picture the mainland of America somewhat like Greenland, a string of islands between the southern tip of America and the third Kurile island and other islands, wider north to south than east to west, in a strait between Kamchatka and the west coast of America. 63. ” The Dutch gave the name Staten Island to the small island east of the Kuriles and from there farther to the east saw a large land that they named Company Land, believing it to be connected to the continent of North America (Müller, “Geographie und Verfassung von Kamtschatka,” 1737).

This mountain is called Mount Kamchatka. It is the highest mountain on Kamchatka. It is much more pointed than all the others and looks like a sugar loaf. A thick, stinking steam rises constantly out of it. Also, the mountain occasionally breaks out in full flame with a terrible crashing noise and throws out enough ash and pumice to cover the entire countryside for hundreds of miles. This is the only mountain which one can find no way to climb, while all the others may be climbed, albeit with terrible effort and danger.

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