2 edition of sheltering desert found in the catalog.
Written in English
Originally published as "Wem es Kreig gibt, gehen wir in die Wus̈te". Union Deutsch Verlag-Gesellschaft, 1956.
|Statement||translated from the German by Edward Fitzgerald.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||234|
The Sheltering Desert is a true story of escape and survival of Henno Martin and Hermann Korn in the s of South West Africa. Henno Martin. Forword by Henno Martin: Forty years have passed since I, my friend Hermann and the dog Otto sought the shelter of the desert in order to escape the madness of the Second World War in South-West-Africa. “The Sheltering Desert” written by German geologist Henno Martin is an autobiographical account of the two and a half years during the war when he, his friend Hermann Korn, and the dog Otto hid in the badlands of the Kuiseb to escape interment.
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The Sheltering Desert () is a fantastic African travel/adventure book, I loved every aspect of it. Two German scientists escape into the Namib Desert to avoid incarceration by the British at the start of World War II. They survive like Robinson Crusoe for. The Sheltering Desert: Ultimate Guide, is the massive guide to Henno Martin's The Sheltering Desert.
Including more than images with information on the animals, insects, spiders, snakes, wildlife, plants, trees, mountains and rivers they encountered.4/5(3). For a second, I considered renting a campervan (aka RV) and hide in The Sheltering Dessert.
This is the title of a book by Henno Martin (), a German professor of geology who, along with Hermann Korn and their dog named Otto, lived for two years in the Namib desert. Such a book, story for me is Henno Martin’s “The Sheltering Desert”. Two men and a dog live in the Namib Desert, escaping society, escaping the authorities, living/surviving off the land, surviving for two and a half years in the Namib Desert.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(58). Get this from a library. The sheltering desert. [Henno Martin] -- "In [Henno Martin] left Germany together with his friend and colleague, Hermann Korn, to do geological research in South-West-Africa.
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Directed by Regardt van den Bergh. With Jason Connery, Rupert Graves, Joss Ackland, Kate Normington/10(1). The undescribable phsyical and mental hardship they had to bare, the challenge to survive in the vastness of the Namib desert, the constant threat of detection and their gradual adaptation to live a life as ancient bushmen, while being confronted on the radio with the horrible clash of civilsations in Europe is described in this book, The Sheltering Desert.
Henno Martin wrote numerous scientific publications. It is definitely one of the books that I always name when getting asked about my favourite books of all time. View Kuiseb Canyon - The Sheltering Desert in a larger map Threatened with the internment for the duration of World War II, two young German geologist, Henno Martin and Herman Korn, sought refuge in the Namib Desert and lived a Robinson.
The Sheltering Desert by Henno Martin In Henno Martin left Germany with his friend and colleague, Hermann Korn, for geological research in then South-West-Africa. Infacing internment by the South African government, Martin and Korn decided to move into the desert and wait out the war, where they lived for two and a half years.
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The Sheltering Desert Book Reviews. Share. In Martin wrote The Sheltering Desert, a memoir of his experiences while living in the Namib. The work was first published in German and has been translated into other languages.
The work was first published in German and has been translated into other : Hans-Stille-Medaille (), Gustav .Internet Archive BookReader THE SHELTERING DESERT.The undescribable physical and mental hardship they had to bare, the challenge to survive in the vastness of the Namib desert, the constant threat of detection and their gradual adaptation to live a life as ancient bushmen, while being confronted on the radio with the horrible clash of civilisations in Europe is described in this book, The Sheltering Desert/5().