|Statement||edited by Peter Ulf Møller and Natasha Okhotina Lind.|
|Series||Beringiana -- v. 1., Beringiana -- v. 1.|
|Contributions||Møller, Peter Ulf., Okhotina-Lind, Natalʹi͡a.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||304 p. :|
|Number of Pages||304|
Buy Under Vitus Bering's Command: New Perspectives on the Russian Kamchatka Expeditions (Berengiana) Bilingual by Moller, Peter Ulf, Lind, Natasha Okhotina (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Under Vitus Bering's Command (Berengiana) by Natasha Lind and Peter Ulf Moller | out of 5 stars 1. Paperback $ $ Audible Listen to Books & Original Audio Performances: Book Depository Books With Free . Buy Under Vitus Bering's Command by Peter Ulf Moller, Natasha Okhotina Lind from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones Pages: Under Vitus Bering's Command New Perspectives on the Russian Kamchatka Expeditions Edited by Natasha Okhotina Lind Peter Ulf Møller From until his death in , Vitus Bering commanded two of the most ambitious journeys of exploration in the 18th century.
Bag om Under Vitus Bering's Command De russiske Kamtjatka-ekspeditioner ( og ) under kommando af danskeren Vitus Bering er en af opdagelsesrejsernes verdensklassikere. En række lande har særlig interesse i disse ekspeditioner. Lind, Natasha Okhotina & Møller, Peter Ulf (red.): “Under Vitus Bering's Command. New Perspectives on the Russian Kamchatka Expeditions”, Beringiana I, Aarhus Natasha Okhotina Lind: “The Impact of the Kamchatka Expeditions on the Russian Empire, Danish-Russian Cultural Relations ”. Hillerød: Museum of National History. Vitus Bering’s wax seal. In the center, a bear holding a ring that “spells” bear-ring, that is “Bering”. It consisted of several marine detachments plus one academic detachment, all of them under the supreme command of Vitus Bering. Lind, Natasha Okhotina; Møller, Peter Ulf, eds. (), Under Vitus Bering's Command: New Perspectives on the Russian Kamchatka Expeditions, Beringiana, Aarhus, Denmark: Aarhus University Press, ISBN CS1 maint: ref=harv.
This section of the book also suffers from a lack of detailed maps. Although commander Vitus Bering and many of his crew died here on the uninhabited island, most recovered thanks to Steller's treatments with green plants rich in vitamins and fresh meat from sea otters, as well as his general care, encouragement, and organization. Under Vitus Bering's Command (Berengiana) by Natasha Okhotina Lind, Peter Ulf Moller, Peter Ulf Møller, Natalʹi͡a͡ Okhotina-Lind Paperback, Pages, Published by Aarhus University Press ISBN , ISBN: Bering's last expedition sailed in September of from Okhotsk accompanied by the St. Paul under the command of Aleksei Chirikov. After wintering in Kamchatka, Bering and Chirikov sailed into the Pacific Ocean from Petrovskaia (Petropavlovsk) in June of The dual commanders became permanently separated by fog or storms on June Sven Waxell () was the Swedish second-in-command to Vitus Bering when his men made their North American landfall. [See Bering entry] This expedition used a wildly speculative map drawn by Joseph-Nicolas de L’Isle, revised in Bering, at age sixty, was ill with scurvy early in the voyage and Read moreabout:Waxell Sven.