Pavel Rozhkov and Slava. ‘The first Soviet whalers in the Antarctic’

@article{Bulkeley2010PavelRA,
  title={Pavel Rozhkov and Slava. ‘The first Soviet whalers in the Antarctic’},
  author={Rip Bulkeley},
  journal={Polar Record},
  year={2010},
  volume={48},
  pages={259 - 268}
}
ABSTRACT Pavel Sergeyevich Rozhkov was captain of the whale catcher Slava 3 on the first Soviet whaling cruise in the Antarctic, which took place in 1946–1947. He wrote an exceptionally frank and detailed account of the cruise, for those times, which was published in a Lithuanian newspaper and is now presented here for the first time in English translation. 
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