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Fatal PassageThe last navigable link in the Northwest Passage But Rae was to be denied the recognition he so richly deserved On returning to London he faced a campaign of denial and vilification led by two of the most powerful people in Victorian England Lady Jane Franklin. This is an amazing story about an amazing manJohn Rae did not receive the recognition he deserved for all his achievementsHe should have been knighted and then someUnfortunately his reputation in victorian England was destroyed my the powerfulevil minded upper classThis book is an fantastic story about arguably the most accomplished Arctic Explorerin HistoryAbsolutely gripping read

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The true story of the remarkable John Rae Arctic traveller and Hudson's Bay Company doctor FATAL PASSAGE is a tale of imperial ambition and high adventure In Rae solved the two great Arctic mysteries the fate of the doomed Franklin expedition and the location of. John Rae was a true hero Reading of his survival skills and the importance of what he accomplished is what makes this book so worthwhile

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Characters ☆ Fatal Passage ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ ☂ Fatal Passage PDF / Epub ✐ Author Ken McGoogan – Eyltransferservices.co.uk The true story of the remarkable John Rae Arctic traveller and Hudson's Bay Company doctor FATAL PASSAGE is a tale of imperial ambition and high adventure In The widow of the lost Sir John and Charles Dickens the most influential writer of the age With this is story of courage and determination McGoogan aims to capture the essence of one man's indomitable spirit It is his redemption of Rae's rightful place in history. This is a very interesting and well written book about a truly outstanding even phenomenal explorer Sadly overlooked and neglected by the UK government because he told the truth about the Franklin expedition's cannibalism this book goes a long way to righting the situation with respect to revealing the truth and restoring John Rae's who should at least have been Sir John Rae reputation