Shackleton's Endurance Expedition Captured on Camera

Lecturer: Mark Cottle

Mark Cottle's career has been spent in education and training. On Ernest Shackleton's third Antarctic expedition in 1914, his ship, the Endurance, was trapped and eventually crushed in thepack ice. After camping for five months on the ice, Shackleton's men rowed to the remote ElephantIsland.  From there Shackleton sailed for help to South Georgia, over 800 miles away, returning three months later to rescue the crew. Frank Hurley, one of the great photographers of the 20 th Century was the expeditions's official photographer, capturing the Antarctic when it was essentially

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