Captain Scott's Last Expedition (Journals)

 
 
Digireads.com Publishing
  • erschienen am 1. Februar 2012
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  • 314 Seiten
 
E-Book
978-1-4209-0878-7 (ISBN)
 
Captain Robert F. Scott's famed expedition to the South Pole from 1910-1912 propelled him in the international spotlight. Scott quickly ascended the ranks in the Royal Navy, becoming a master. His harrowing journey to Antarctica is presented in these journals with unprecedented realism and lucidity. The toils, the troubles, and the successes are brought to life through Scott's pen. His journals create a vivid narrative of his Terra Nova trek-the scientific findings, the nautical strategy, the social dynamics are all recounted in colorful prose. Though Scott's journey ended in tragedy, the inspiring expedition made him a national hero.
  • Englisch
  • Stilwell
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  • USA
Neeland Media LLC
978-1-4209-0878-7 (9781420908787)
1420908782 (1420908782)
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  • Title page
  • PREFACE
  • BIOGRAPHICAL INTRODUCTION
  • CHAPTER I. THROUGH STORMY SEAS
  • CHAPTER II. IN THE PACK
  • CHAPTER III. LAND
  • CHAPTER IV. SETTLING IN
  • CHAPTER V. DEPOT LAYING TO ONE TON CAMP
  • CHAPTER VI. ADVENTURE AND PERIL
  • CHAPTER VII. AT DISCOVERY HUT
  • CHAPTER VIII. HOME IMPRESSIONS AND AN EXCURSION
  • CHAPTER IX. THE WORK AND THE WORKERS
  • CHAPTER X. IN WINTER QUARTERS: MODERN STYLE
  • CHAPTER XI. TO MIDWINTER DAY
  • CHAPTER XII. AWAITING THE CROZIER PARTY
  • CHAPTER XIII. THE RETURN OF THE SUN
  • CHAPTER XIV. PREPARATIONS: THE SPRING JOURNEY
  • CHAPTER XV. THE LAST WEEKS AT CAPE EVANS
  • CHAPTER XVI. SOUTHERN JOURNEY: THE BARRIER STAGE
  • CHAPTER XVII. ON THE BEARDMORE GLACIER
  • CHAPTER XVIII. THE SUMMIT JOURNEY TO THE POLE
  • CHAPTER XIX. THE RETURN FROM THE POLE
  • CHAPTER XX. THE LAST MARCH
  • CHAPTER XXI. THE FINDING OF THE DEAD

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