|Author:||Hendrik Willem van Loon|
|Title:||Ships and How They Sailed the Seven Seas|
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|Publisher:||Tynron Press (May 1, 1989)|
An enthralling subject for a wide market, this story of ships through the history of man, from 5,000 . Essentially, says Van Loon, it must be a history of war for ""Man is a predatory animal. And ships were an essential weapon, whether war was carried on for conquest, or for widening territory, or for expanding trade. To curiosity as an incentive he grants a grudging 5%. And he debunks long centuries of sailing the seven seas of the glamor and poetry that the life on the ocean wave has acquired. It is a pretty gruesome picture he paints, but it rings true, and it makes good reading. There are a few controversial positions taken, which adds to the fun of the book. A book for all ages - and no apologies needed. Liberally illustrated with Van Loon's characteristic - and definitely informative -drawings. Pub Date: Feb. 21st, 1934.
Home All Categories Ships and how they sailed the seven seas. ISBN13: 9781871948288. Ships and How They Sailed the Seven Seas. by Hendrik Willem van Loon.
George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd. (publisher). Materials and Techniques: Printed book jacket. Museum number: . 933-1987. Gallery location: Prints & Drawings Study Room, level C, case GG, shelf 180. More information. Download PDF version. Physical description. Book jacket for 'Ships and how they sailed the seven seas', depicting a variety of watercraft on the front and back covers, and flags on the spine.
Hendrik Willem van Loon (January 14, 1882 – March 11, 1944) was a Dutch-American historian, journalist, and award-winning children's book author. He was born in Rotterdam, Netherlands, the son of Hendrik Willem van Loon and Elisabeth Johanna Hanken. He went to the United States in 1902 to study at Cornell University, receiving his degree in 1905. In 1906 he married Eliza Ingersoll Bowditch (1880–1955), daughter of a Harvard professor, by whom he had two sons, Henry Bowditch and Gerard Willem
The book's gilt spine lettering is rubbed and its spine is slightly faded. Former owner's n ame and date (1935) inked on the front fly. The dust jacket has a 1" c hip on the bottom of the rear panel which shows on the blank margin on the map on its verso. It has a seam or fold tear in the middle of the map fold. Small chips to the corners and at the head and heel of the spine. Heavy tanning to the spine and tanning to the panels. Van Loon, Hendrik Willem. Published by Simon & Schuster, NY, 1935. Condition: VG Hardcover.
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Hendrik Van Loon books and biography Bookyards is the world's biggest online library where you can find a large selection of free ebooks. By Hendrik Van Loon Essay. Download Details Report. By Hendrik Van Loon World History. Ships and How They Sailed the Seven Seas, 1935. Around the world with the alphabet and Hendrik Willem van Loon, 1935. World divided is a world lost, 1935. Home of mankind; the story of the world we live in, 1936.
Hendrik Willem van Loon wrote lots of books. His most well-known book is The Story of Mankind. He wrote it and also drew many pictures and maps for it. It is a history of the world written for children. The Story of Mankind won the first Newbery Medal in 1922. People have read The Story of Mankind ever since it was first printed. Things said by Van Loon. Someone once asked Hendrik Willem van Loon how to say his last name. He answered, "I still stick to the Dutch pronunciation of the double o-Loon like loan in 'Loan and Trust C. My sons will probably accept the American pronunciation. It really does not matter very much. Books written by Van Loon. Ships: and How They Sailed the Seven Seas (5000 . 1935), 1935, Simon and Schuster. Around the World With the Alphabet, 1935, Simon and Schuster. Air-Storming: A Collection of 40 Radio Talks, 1935, Harcourt, Brace.
SHIPS AND HOW They Sailed The Seven Seas 1936.
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