Shipwreck at the bottom of the world: the extraordinary true story of Shackleton and the Endurance

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Describes the events of the 1914 Shackleton Antarctic expedition when, after being trapped in a frozen sea for nine months, their ship, Endurance, was finally crushed, forcing Shackleton and his men to make a very long and perilous journey across ice and stormy seas to reach inhabited land.

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Shackleton's story of endurance and survival while stranded at Antarctica is incredible. After reading be sure to check out the 1920 film "South" They captured portions of their tale on film and ... Read full review

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This was an interesting read. I thought the author did an excellent job of taking a potentially dry and boring story (history) and made it a great read. Read full review

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Contents

The Imperial TransAntarctic Expedition
2
The Growlers
10
The Fist of the Antarctic
17
Copyright

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