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Royal Marines Conquer Another Antarctic Peak. Adelaide Island. Successful climb of the hitherto unscaled Mount Gaudry, highest mountain on Adelaide Island. by British Antarctic Survey - 7 February 1963 - from Paul Haynes Rare Books (SKU: Biblio541)

Royal Marines Conquer Another Antarctic Peak. Adelaide Island. Successful climb of the hitherto unscaled Mount Gaudry, highest mountain on Adelaide Island.

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Royal Marines Conquer Another Antarctic Peak. Adelaide Island. Successful climb of the hitherto unscaled Mount Gaudry, highest mountain on Adelaide Island.

by British Antarctic Survey

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Three original British Official photographs. Issued for the British Information Services by the Central Office of Information. London. 7 February 1963. 20.5 x 25.5 cm. Royal Marines conquer another Antarctic Peak. Pictures just received from the Royal Navy's Ice Patrol Ship H.M.S. Protector, taken during the successful climb to the top of the hitherto unscaled 9,000 feet Mount Gaudry, highest mountain on Adelaide Island inside the Antarctic Circle... made the final ten hour ascent in a night assault cutting steps and hand holds in a steep ice face... Each photograph has full information pasted to reverse. Crown Copyright reserved (Admiralty) Stamped Daily Mail Filed 8 Feb 1963.


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Paul Haynes Rare Books GB (GB)
Seller Inventory #
Biblio541
Title
Royal Marines Conquer Another Antarctic Peak. Adelaide Island. Successful climb of the hitherto unscaled Mount Gaudry, highest mountain on Adelaide Island.
Author
British Antarctic Survey
Book condition
Used
Quantity available
1
Publisher
British Information Services. Central Office of Information
Place of Publication
London
Date published
7 February 1963
Keywords
Antarctica, Royal Marines, Photographs, Mountaineering, Polar
Bookseller catalogs
Travel and Exploration; Ephemera: adverts, albums and catalogues etc;
Size
20.5 x 25.5 cm

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About Paul Haynes Rare Books

Paul Haynes has been an antiquarian bookseller since 1978. Based in Hay on Wye, he travels worldwide to buy and sell rare and old books. A member of the ABA, ILAB and PBFA. Paul Haynes Rare Books offers both antiquarian and scarce books in all subjects, with something of a bias towards the owner's passion for Travel and Exploration.

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