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by Wilfrid Noyce

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ISBN:
0171520041
Author:
Wilfrid Noyce
Category:
Mountaineering
Language:
English
Publisher:
Nelson; First Edition edition (1969)
Pages:
224 pages
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1902 kb
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1119 kb
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1148 kb
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Cuthbert Wilfrid Francis Noyce (31 December 1917 – 24 July 1962) (usually known as Wilfrid Noyce (often misspelt as 'Wilfred'), some sources give third forename as Frank) was an English mountaineer and author. Noyce was born in 1917 in Simla, the British hill station in India.

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com: World Atlas of Mountaineering: Bound in the publisher's original cloth covered boards, Lighlty rubbed edges and extremities of dust jacket. Title: World Atlas of Mountaineering. Publication Date: 1969. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: near fine. Our shop is located in the heart of downtown Minneapolis at 250 3rd Avenue North. Payment Methods accepted by seller.

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There were however many other sides to this quiet, diffident unassuming man. This book tells of his scholarly prowess from an age right through Charterhouse and King's College, Cambridge to his War service in India and beyond

  • Tygolar
Most of the pictures here are of mountains from around the world and they are fantastic in it's stark black/white quality (only few are color). Nothing here about climbing techniques and gear, just exploration of ALL mountain ranges and climbing their summits. Great book with high quality photos. Text is very informative.
  • Faezahn
A very well compiled book which gives great detail about the mountains all over the world with good photographs and maps.It also gives an account of the history of the attempts ,first ascents and subsequent attempts on the peaks.
One of the drawbacks is the lack of photographs in colour, probably because the book was published in 1969 and the availability of colour photographs was limited and costly at the time.
Since the book was published in 1969,some of the information is a bit outdated in the light of recent developments.