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Shackleton - Ernest Shackleton and the Endurance expedition, preparation

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Leadership Lessons from Ernest Shackleton

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BBC - History - Ernest Shackleton

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Discover key facts about Ernest Shackleton the Antarctic explorer who led both the 'Nimrod' and 'Endurance' expeditions.

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Adventurer to recreate Shackleton's Antarctic exploits | The News Tribe

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Shackleton had hoped to complete the first land crossing of the Antarctic when his ship, the Endurance, was crushed by ice, triggering a desperate mission on a lifeboat from nearby Elephant Island to South Georgia for help.
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Antarctic Explorers: Ernest Shackleton

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Whether a philatelist or simply a student of history, your appetite for polar exploration, as authenticated by its mail, will truly be fulfilled.

 

The information on this site has been sourced from postal documents belonging to the American Society of Polar Philatelists. You can visit them at www polarphilatelists.org


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