Robert Falcon Scott

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English explorer who reached the South Pole just a month after Amundsen

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Expedition leader Captain Robert Scott and Evans plus Lieutenant Henry Bowers, Dr Edward Wilson and Captain Titus Oates reached the South Pole on January 17, 1912.
THE discovery of unigue archive footage provides a revealing insight into the life of pioneering naturalist and conservation leader Peter Scott, son of the famous Polar explorer Captain Robert Scott.
The Echo in 1912 brought the news that Captain Robert Scott and his men had reached the South Pole, only to find that the Norwegian explorer Amundsen had beaten them to it.
Coupled with this is the growing presence of Captain Robert Scott himself, looming into focus as the author nears his goal.
In a fitting prelude to her visit to Antarctica, the Princess was shown stamps depicting expeditions by intrepid explorers Sir Ernest Shackleton and Captain Robert Scott (above).
The discovery of unique archive footage provides a revealing insight into the life of pioneering naturalist and conservation leader Peter Scott, son of the famous Polar explorer Captain Robert Scott.
1913 - The bodies of Antarctic explorer Captain Robert Scott and his party were found 13 months after they disappeared on their South Pole mission.
1910 - Captain Robert Scott sets sail from Cardiff for his ill-fated trip to the South Pole, railway and coal strikes in Britain, Edward VII dies
Peter Scott knitwear, who supplied Captain Robert Scott with underwear on his ill-fated 1912 arctic trip, have struck an agreement to sell clothes in more than 300 stores across the Far East.
The leaders have taken the glory but the story of the remarkable feats of courage and endurance shown by Irishman Tom Crean in the Antarctic add a fascinating postscript to the legendary exploits of the doomed Captain Robert Scott and Sir Ernest Shackleton.
Captain Robert Scott hoped to be the first to the Pole on January 17, 1912 - but arrived to find the Norwegians had got there 35 days earlier.
A CAMPAIGN has been launched to keep in Britain diaries which reveal a bitter rivalry between polar explorer Captain Robert Scott and his second-in-command,it emerged today.
His published reports of the region are credited with starting the great rush for the South Pole which saw Captain Robert Scott, Ernest Shackleton and the Norwegian Amundsen launch high profile expeditions.
to Captain Robert Scott in Roath Park Lake was presented to the city.