This was a fairly interesting account of a French Englishman s journey through Siberia and over the Bering Straits to Alaska, for the purpose of determining whether a transcontinental railway could be built His insights into the lifestyles of the Siberian natives in the early 1900 s were interesting, and he seems to realize immediately upon reaching Alaska, that a railway from Paris to New York is probably never going to happen No regrets, though, I m sure. What Was The Object Of This Stupendous Voyage, Or The Reward To Be Gained By This Apparently Unnecessary Risk Of Life And Endurance Of Hardships Harry De Windt S Aim Was To Find Out If A Railway That Connected Paris And New York Could Be Constructed From Today S Point Of View An Almost Incredible Purpose And Effort Originally Published In
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- 262 pages
- From Paris to New York by Land
- Harry De Windt
- 15 July 2017 Harry De Windt