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Chatto & Windus, London 1952 in One Volume. This is a first-hand account of Captain Robert F. Scott's tragic 1910-12 expedition to Antarctica. Written by one of the surviving team Apsley Cherry-Garrard who served as assistant zoologist on the voyage. Beautifully illustrated with maps, sketches, paintings and photographs by expedition members :- Dr. E.A. Wilson; Debenham and Wright. The tragic events started when Scott and the sledge party set out for the South Pole, Cherry-Garrard and two companions made for the base of Mount Terror to collect Emperor Penguin eggs. It was this part of journey that Cherry-Garrard termed "The Worst Journey in the World". Scott's journey was even more horrific for after he arrived at the Pole he found that a Norwegian team had beaten him there by a month. On the return journey Scott and the entire party perished near One Ton Depot, where their bodies and diaries were found eight months later by a search party that included Cherry-Garrard. Uncut foredge pages. Tape repaired dust jacket. Blue cloth covered end boards with wsome imperfections. 612pp. 230 x 147mm