What happened to the explorers?
It’s a question many desert adventurers are asking themselves.
Last year, a team of scientists published a paper claiming to have solved one of the biggest mysteries of all, the disappearance of a number of the desert explorers.
But even before the paper came out, the mystery of the vanished explorers had already been explored by archaeologists.
And that was only one part of the story of what happened to some of the most famous explorers in the desert.
In their latest book, The Desert Treasure, published by National Geographic, the researchers tracked down the elusive expedition leader, Alexander von Bismarck, who was captured and executed by the Germans during World War II.
The team also discovered some of his papers, which they believe were part of his journal.
In addition to Bismark’s journal, the team also uncovered some other documents, including Bismart’s journal from the end of the war, which the researchers say was written in the 1940s and the early 1950s.
It was a time when Bismarsch was a man of extraordinary talent and ambition.
His exploits included the famous expeditions to the Amazon and the Rio Grande, which had brought him thousands of gold coins and other riches.
But he was also a fierce and ambitious man with a deep sense of justice, and he saw himself as the champion of his people.
Bismarts journals, as well as his personal papers, were among the first to be discovered.
The search for the explorer who would lead them to his death has been going on for more than 60 years.
Bistarsch’s son, Hans, was born in a remote Austrian village, but his father died before he could leave Austria.
After his father’s death, Bismarisks son was raised by his mother and grandparents, who took care of the family during the war.
At the time, the family lived in a small house in the Austrian Alps, and Bismarrks youngest son, Alexander, was just a toddler.
He would later go on to become the youngest person to win the Nobel Prize for medicine.
Bicarsch died in his sleep at the age of 86 in Vienna on April 24, 1922.
The year before, his brother, Ernst, was captured by the Russians and executed.
In 1939, Bicarcks brother Hans, who had been a soldier in the Austro-Hungarian army, was sent to Russia to help the newly formed Soviet Union with the war effort.
There he met and married a Russian princess, Maria Louise.
Hans was born a year later and the two had three children, who were born in 1945.
The family moved to the United States and became involved in the oil industry.
Hans, however, would soon find out that his son’s health was failing and that he needed to go to the doctor.
Biscuits, bread, cheese, and other household items were brought into the family home and the family took a trip to the Arctic to explore.
On May 1, 1945, Hans returned to the U.S. He stayed in a hotel in Texas, where he was taken to the hospital where he had a stroke and died.
Bisparschs son, Albert, was only 13 years old at the time of his father s death.
He later told a reporter, “I felt that I would be dead by then.
I didn’t even know it was a stroke.
I had a dream in which he was with me, and I woke up.”
The two young men were buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Texas, together with their father.
Their remains were later interred in the American National Cemetery.
In 2015, the Austrian-born Bismarnks son, Robert, would be awarded the Order of the Austrian Empire for service in the military.
Bizarras family moved back to Austria in 1951 and died there in 1980.
His ashes were later buried in a mountain in the Swiss Alps.
The next year, the families son, Thomas, would also be awarded an Order of Austria for his services to the Austrian army during World Wars II.
After he was awarded the Austrian Order, Bistarcks son, Heinrich, was awarded an honorary doctorate of military science by the University of Vienna in 2013.
And now, the Bismarthts’ son, Anton, is a professor of chemistry at the University College London.
A year ago, he published his latest book about the Bistart family, The Forgotten Treasure.
The book was published in collaboration with The Desert Research Foundation, a nonprofit group that is working to solve the mystery.
The first section of the book was devoted to the mystery and the missing explorers.
In it, he tells a story about a group of people he met in Africa during his trip.
One of the explorers was a British journalist named Geoffrey Marlborough, who became a prominent explorer after becoming the first man to reach the North Pole in the Antarctic.
The second section of