Race to the pole: tragedy, heroism, and Scott's Antarctic quest

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Hyperion, Nov 3, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 462 pages
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The real story of Captain Robert Scott's legendary Antarctic quest is told by the man whom the Guinness Book of World Records has proclaimed "the world's greatest living explorer," Sir Ranulph Fiennes.

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Review: Race to the Pole: Tragedy, Heroism, and Scott's Antarctic Quest

User Review  - Derek - Goodreads

As the exploration of the pole is a relatively new venture, I learned an incredible amount of valuable and current information about the South Pole and Antarctica. I was unaware until after conducting ... Read full review

Review: Race to the Pole: Tragedy, Heroism, and Scott's Antarctic Quest

User Review  - James Barclay - Goodreads

This is an absolutely outstanding book. At times, it reads more like fiction than fact. Fiennes has an eminently readable style and his depth of research is evident in every page. If you want to know ... Read full review

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MARKHAMS GRAND DESIGN i
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TORPEDO LIEUTENANT SCOTT
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ORDER OUT OF CHAOS
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