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The Crossing of Antarctica. Brief article Oct 1, 2014 296
Sextant. Book review May 1, 2014 259
From Pole to Pole: Roald Amundsen's Journey in Flight. Book review Dec 1, 2013 286
A History of the Arctic. Book review May 1, 2013 300
Alone on the Ice: The Greatest Survival Story in the History of Exploration. Book review Mar 1, 2013 312
Birdie Bowers: Captain Scott's Marvel. Book review Nov 1, 2012 339
Shackleton's Dream: Fuchs, Hillary and the Crossing of Antarctica. Book review Jun 1, 2012 306
Captain Scott's Invaluable Assistant: Edgar Evans. Book review Apr 1, 2012 296
The Roof at The Bottom of the World. Book review Feb 1, 2012 271
In Search of the South Pole. Book review Jan 1, 2012 272
In Shackleton's Footsteps: A Return to the Heart of the Antarctic. Book review Apr 1, 2011 307
Race for the South Pole: The Expedition Diaries of Scott and Amundsen. Book review Feb 1, 2011 306
James Fitzjames: The Mystery Man of the Franklin Expedition. Book review Nov 1, 2010 289
The Longest Winter: Scott's Other Heroes. Book review Jul 1, 2010 308
The Royal Geographical Society: Polar Exploration. Book review Nov 1, 2009 306
Franklin: Tragic Hero of Polar Navigation . Book review Nov 1, 2009 335
Face To Face: Polar Portraits. Book review Mar 1, 2009 317
WITH SCOTT IN THE ANTARCTIC: Edward Wilson, Explorer, Naturalist, Artist. Brief article Jan 1, 2009 294
Ice Captain: The Life of JR Stenhouse. Book review Oct 1, 2008 356
From fury to terror: Francis Crozier is the forgotten man of Arctic and Antarctic discovery. Despite being at the centre of the three great endeavours of 19th-century polar exploration--the Northwest Passage, the North Pole and Antarctica--this remarkable man has been overlooked by history. Mar 1, 2008 1739
James Wordie: polar exploration's unsung hero: although he took part in nine polar expeditions and was involved in both the 1953 ascent of Mount Everest and the first crossing of Antarctica, James Wordie has been overlooked by historians. Michael Smith, author of the first-ever biography of this neglected giant of exploration, tells his remarkable story. Oct 1, 2004 1611
Due South. Jan 1, 2001 2199

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