Compared to Chlohestor, this is overwritten, although it is another seaplane flight -- this time in a new Junkers plane,...

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FLIGHT TO HELL

Compared to Chlohestor, this is overwritten, although it is another seaplane flight -- this time in a new Junkers plane, with four Germans travelling on a good will and business tour from Berlin via Persia, India, the South Seas to Australia. The author and one of the crew are blown off their course and land on a deserted spot. In Northwestern Australia, where for forty days they had little water, less food and no petrol. A native rescue party cares for them and gets them back to civilization. The period of isolation is the big adventure of the book.

Pub Date: Feb. 9, 1937

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Harper

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Feb. 1, 1937