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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I'm not a student of history, but when I started reading this book I couldn't put it down. Whether you are a fan of Scott, or not, the author (Fiennes) does a great job of keeping sight of the big ... Read full review

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Fiennes, the first man to reach both Poles on land and the only person awarded two clasps to the Polar Medal for both Arctic and Antarctic exploration, provides a gripping, must-read story of Capt ... Read full review

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TORPEDO LIEUTENANT SCOTT
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ORDER OUT OF CHAOS
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