Robert Falcon Scott

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

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There is also a multiplicity of significant and interesting historical charts and maritime documents, such as the personal tide tables of Sir Francis Drake, the taking of a slave-trade ship off Africa, and charts of the early-twentieth-century Antarctic explorers such as Captain Robert Scott and Ernest Shackleton.
For those who can't make it to England in person, the library has launched an online copy of Captain Robert Scott's journal of the final days of his ill-fated expedition to the South Pole in 1911-12.
* The frozen bodies of explorer Captain Robert Scott and his men are found on the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica.
It blames the deaths of Captain Robert Scott and four companions on Lt Edward Evans - earlier sent back to base as he was ill.
More than 100 years ago Captain Robert Scott of the Antarctic, who was a great admirer of these Cardiff blocks, specifically asked for and received 300 tons of them, which were immediately stored on to his ship Terra Nova.
ADVENTURER Sir Ranulph Fiennes yesterday paid tribute to a Scot who died at Captain Robert Scott's side during the historic expedition to the South Pole in 1912.
The Secrets of Scott's Hut (8pm) Presenter Ben Fogle, left, treks to Antarctica, where he joins a project hoping to preserve the hut from which explorer Captain Robert Scott launched his pioneering polar expedition 100 years ago.
On the waterfront is Discovery Point, and the ship Discovery in which Captain Robert Scott set off on his first Antarctic expedition.
EXACTLY 100 years ago there was plenty to fill the newspapers with Captain Robert Scott battling to reach the South Pole and the police manhunt for the murderer Dr Crippen.
The 370-mile race follows in the footsteps of Roald Amundsen and Captain Robert Scott and entrants will pull sledges across the ice and snow to beat teams from across the world to the South Pole.
Tom was serving in New Zealand when a call went out for a volunteer to join Captain Robert Scott's 1901 'Discovery' expedition that was fundamentally a research exercise.
A HAND-written poem by Captain Robert Scott is estimated to reach up to PS4,000 when it is sold at auction next week.
She was discovered an exploration firm and the find comes in the centenary year of Captain Robert Scott and his team's race to the pole.