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  • Common Wild Flowers of Table Mountain & Silvermineby Hugh Clarke

    Penguin Random House South Africa 2013; US$ 9.56

    Common Wild Flowers of Table Mountain has proved tobe a valuable guide for flower-lovers, hikers and mountainclimbers who wish to know more about the flowers theyencounter on their outings. Now expanded to take in theexpansive Silvermine reserve, and generally updated forthe entire area, this new edition will appeal to an evenwider market. more...

  • Last Stop Nagasaki!by Hugh Clarke

    Allen & Unwin 1985; US$ 10.30

    This Is the Remarkable Story of Australian Prisoners of War Who Survived the Atomic Bombing of Nagasaki. There Were 24 Australian Pows in a Camp Less Than 2 Kilometres from the Epicentre of the Blast, and 2 Other Australians Were Imprisoned in a Camp 8 Kilometres Away. How They Came to Be There, Endured Their Imprisonment, and Survived a Nuclear Attack,... more...

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