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ROBERT FALCON SCOTT
Racing to Win: The Conquest of the South Pole
Nancy F. Koehn
James E. Robison Professor of Business Administration at Harva...
Last week, as 52 passengers were rescued from a ship stuck in Antarctic ice for 10 days, I was reminded of an earlier expedition to the dangerous, seductive and, at the time, largely unchartered continent of Antarctica: the race to discover the South Pole.
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Discovered in Antarctica: Robert Falcon Scott's "Highest Camp"
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Coming across a few stones might not seem all that extraordinary when you're standing on Mount Erebus in Antarctica. But one volcanologist saw something in those stones that was a lot more: remnants of Robert Falcon Scott's "highest camp," set up during the 1912
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Historic Campsite Rediscovered Atop Southernmost Volcano
PHOTOS: Polar Explorer's Famous Last Words Spoken 100 Years Ago Today
Robert Falcon Scott and the Last March to the Antarctic
One hundred years ago today, British polar explorer Robert Falcon Scott perished in the Antarctic during his harrowing march back from the South Pole.
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