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Featured 20 Aug 2004 Print

European Ambassadors in Constantinople, 1896

Photograph of the ambassadors of the leading European powers, photographed in the garden of the Austrian Embassy, Constantinople (now Istanbul), 1896. Those pictured are (from left to right) P. Cambon of France, A. Pansa of Italy, Baron Calice of Austria Hungary, M. Nelidoff of Russia, Prince Radolin of Germany and Sir Philip Currie of Great Britain

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Featured 20 Aug 2004 Print

Jeannette Arctic Expedition survivors in a hut, by the Lena

Engraving showing some of the survivors of the 'Jeannette' Arctic Expedition of 1879-1881, in a hut by the mouth of the Lena River, Siberia, 1881. In 1879, an US Navy crew, led by Lieutenant Commander George Washington Delong, embarked aboard the private yacht 'Jeannnette' in an attempt to sail to the North Pole. The 'Jeannette' entered the ice pack, near Wrangell Island, in September 1879 and then drifted north-west, surrounded by ice until June 1881. On the 12th June, the 'Jeannette' was crushed by the ice and sank, leaving its crew 700 miles from the nearest human habitation in Siberia. The crew of the 'Jeannette' then dragged their three life-boats over the ice to clear water and set sail for the Lena River Delta. Unfortunately, one boat was lost in a storm and another made landfall on the delta, only for the majority of its crew to die of starvation or exposure. One boat, captained by Lt. Danenhauer, carried all it's crew to safety

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Finding bodies of the crew of the 'Jeannette' Arctic Expedit

Engraving showing the bodies of Captain Delong, Dr. Ambler and another member, of the 'Jeannette' Arctic Expedition of 1879-1881, being found near the mouth of the Lena River, Siberia, 1882. In 1879, an US Navy crew, led by Lieutenant Commander George Washington Delong, embarked aboard the private yacht 'Jeannnette' in an attempt to sail to the North Pole. The 'Jeannette' entered the ice pack, near Wrangell Island, in September 1879 and then drifted north-west, surrounded by ice until June 1881. On the 12th June, the 'Jeannette' was crushed by the ice and sank, leaving its crew 700 miles from the nearest human habitation in Siberia. The crew of the 'Jeannette' then dragged their three life-boats over the ice to clear water and set sail for the Lena River Delta. Unfortunately, one boat was lost in a storm and another made landfall on the delta, only for the majority of its crew to die of starvation or exposure (including Delong). One boat, captained by Lt. Danenhauer, carried all it's crew to safety

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans