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In 1914 Ernest Shackleton sailed for Antarctica, intending to make the first crossing of the frozen continent from coast to coast. But before the party reached land his ship Endurance became trapped in pack ice and sank. His first-hand account - reissued here with new maps and a foreword by Ranulph Fiennes - tells the dramatic story of how he led his men to safety.

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The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-17

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9781472907158     Product Code: 222960

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In 1914 Ernest Shackleton sailed for Antarctica, intending to make the first crossing of the frozen continent from coast to coast. But before the party reached land his ship Endurance became trapped in pack ice and sank. His first-hand account - reissued here with new maps and a foreword by Ranulph Fiennes - tells the dramatic story of how he led his men to safety.

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