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Vogel, Edward - Edward Vogel (1829-1856) was a British explorer sent to search for and eventually rescue any survivors of the Richardson expedition with which the world had lost contact a couple of years before. Vogel found Heinrich Barth alive in the Lake Tchad area; his two companions, James Richardson and Adolf Overweg had died; Vogel and Barth planned to cross the desert back to the Mediterranean coast but was murdered as he travelled along the Niger river shortly before the set date for the return. Barth became the only survivor of both expeditions.
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Origin of the term - United Kingdom.
Phonetics - This term is phonetically described or pronounced as: Literal.
Synonyms - Related words or with the same meaning: richardson, barth, tchad, niger.
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