Trois marins pour un pole

by Paul Tréguer (writer)
Collection: Hors Collection
january 2010
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1910 - Norway, Great Britain and Japan are all seeking to be the first to plant their country's flag at the South Pole. Roald Amundsen, Robert Falcon Scott and Nobu Shirase set off on an adventure and mounted famous expeditions, but not all of them would return alive. The Ross Sea was the only way of reaching the South Pole. To get there you therefore had to be a sailor and cross the Roaring Forties, Furious Fifties and Howling Sixties. The odysseys of these three men, their crews and their ships are recounted here. The successes and failures of their campaigns are looked at with a fresh eye using modern knowledge. In the context of the International Polar Year 2007-2009, we must be careful not to forget the breathtaking exploits of these men in terms of the rudimentary resources available to them to brave storms, icebergs and Antarctic ice.

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Des marins d'abord
La mer de Ross

Tournoi en mer de Ross

La campagne du Fram

La campagne du Terra Nova

La campagne du Kainan Maru

La campagne du Polar Duke

Préparer l'avenir

Chronologie croisée et détaillée des trois expéditions polaires (1910-1913)


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Language(s): French

Publisher: Éditions Quae

Edition: 1st edition

Collection: Hors Collection

Published: 19 january 2010

Reference Book: 02156

Reference eBook [ePub]: 02156EPB

Reference eBook [PDF]: 02156NUM

EAN13 Book: 9782759203628

EAN13 eBook [ePub]: 9782759209910

EAN13 eBook [PDF]: 9782759203635

Interior: Two-colour

Format (in mm) Book: [NR]

Pages count Book: 160

Pages count eBook [PDF]: 160

Weight (in grammes): 420

Size: 9,4 Mo (ePub), 36 Mo (PDF)


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