THE RAFTSMEN

THE RAFTSMEN

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In 1956, four French expatriates who escaped the clutches of the Nazi regime to find asylum in Canada, set a goal to become the first crew to cross the Atlantic by raft. Fashioned from telephone poles and built entirely by hand, the raft they called L'Egare II would be their home for 88 harrowing days as they crossed the North Atlantic from Canada to Britainches Original archival photography and film stills taken by the crew aboard the raft, along with news reports and contemporary interviews with still-living members and other key players, round out the re-telling of this amazing journey. Residence: Toronto, ON.
Publisher: Firefly Books, 2017/10
ISBN: 9781770859784
1770859780
Branch Call Number: ON ORDER JUL 2017

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