Two Years in the Antarctic: Being the Narrative of the British National Antarctic Expedition
By the second in command and navigator of the British National Antarctic Expedition, led by Captain R.F. Scott, on board the Discovery, 1902-04. First published by Edward Arnold Ltd. in 1905.
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THE VOYAGE TO NEW ZEALAND
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Albert Borlase Armitage
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