Photographic Print of Roald Amundsen calculating his position, South Pole, 1911
Illustration showing how the members of Roald Amundsen's Antarctic Expedition of 1910-12 calculated their position, using a sextant and an artificial horizon; South Pole, 1911. Amundsen and four others became the first explorers to reach the South Pole in December 1911
© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans
Media ID 4374012
11R 14"x11" (36x28cm) Print
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