The Irish have left an indelible mark in the most hostile territory on earth, Antarctica. It was the Irish who pioneered a route to the Antarctic and whose adventures 100 years ago gripped the attention of the world. Their contribution is now told in a single volume celebrating their amazing exploits. The earliest voyages to the Antarctic ice are saluted, with due consideration given to present-da...
Hardcover: 258 pages
Publisher: Collins Pr (December 31, 2010)
Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 1 x 10.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 4511458
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As an ardent fan of polar exploration and expeditions, I cannot get enough of reading about Scott and Shackleton in the Antarctic. This book is a wonderful addition to my library. It is meticulously researched and sheds a much-needed light on Ireland...
rs who have taken up the torch. Quotations from first-hand accounts, photographs of the intrepid men, relics, medals, and sites enhance the poignant text.