32 eye-witness accounts of adventure in the Antarctic
The very best writing on the Antarctic, from James Cook's eighteenth-century assertion that 'no man will ever venture further than I have done' to Lynne Cox's description of her epic, icy swim in the twenty-first century - 32 first-hand accounts of men and women challenging one of the Earth's last true wildernesses.
The spectre of the Great War still haunts us. No other conflict so dramatically illustrates the waste of life, and the slaughter of innocents, as that of 1914-18. And none has so dramatically shaped the modern world: the Russian Revolution, the rise of Hitler, the break-up of Empire, the supremacy of America and World War II all stem from the four…
Here you will find both legendary tales of heroism and startling contemporary accounts of the impact of global warming on the Earth's sole undeveloped continent, including:
'Dog Days' by Robert Falcon Scott
'The Loss of the Endurance' by Ernest Shackleton.
'Alone' by Richard E Byrd.
'The Killer under the Water' by Gareth Wood.
'Melting Point' by David Helvarg.
'Swimming to Antarctica' by Lynne Cox.
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