South: The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition (1914-1917)

South: The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition (1914-1917)


In August of 1914 Sir Ernest Shackleton set out with a workforce of twenty-eight aboard the send 'Endurance' so one can develop into the 1st males to pass the tremendous Antarctic land mass. Their adventurous story of exploration quickly grew to become a fight for survival while the send used to be enclosed through a sea of ice which slowly overwhelmed it leaving them stranded in a barren icy desert. What might persist with is without doubt one of the so much gripping stories of heroism and survival within the face of just about yes demise to have ever been instructed. Drawing upon the first-hand bills of the boys who lived to inform the story, "South: the tale of Shackleton's final excursion (1914-1917)" is an interesting saga of polar exploration.

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