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Tajna ekspedycja antarktyczna Tabarin (15)

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Lewis ???Chippy??? Ashton. THE FULL STORY of Britain???s secret World War Two Antarctic expedition has been told for the first time in a new book. Launched in 1943, Operation Tabarin was an expedition to secretly establish bases, keep a watchful eye on German and Japanese activities, and curb opportunistic Argentinian incursions. Lead botanist Ivan Mackenzie Lamb???s account of the expedition provides a fascinating insight into this top secret military operation. He was a member of the naval party that established three manned bases; he remained in the field throughout the operation's two-year duration and took part in all three major sledging expeditions. Lamb???s account is told in a new book, The Secret South, compiled from his memoirs and edited by Stephen Haddelsey and Ronald Lewis-Smith and published by Greenhill Books. Natural Environment Research Council / mediadrumimages.com
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Tom Berry. THE FULL STORY of Britain???s secret World War Two Antarctic expedition has been told for the first time in a new book. Launched in 1943, Operation Tabarin was an expedition to secretly establish bases, keep a watchful eye on German and Japanese activities, and curb opportunistic Argentinian incursions. Lead botanist Ivan Mackenzie Lamb???s account of the expedition provides a fascinating insight into this top secret military operation. He was a member of the naval party that established three manned bases; he remained in the field throughout the operation's two-year duration and took part in all three major sledging expeditions. Lamb???s account is told in a new book, The Secret South, compiled from his memoirs and edited by Stephen Haddelsey and Ronald Lewis-Smith and published by Greenhill Books. Natural Environment Research Council / mediadrumimages.com
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The end of the first sledge journey from Hope Bay: Victor Russell and David James. THE FULL STORY of Britain???s secret World War Two Antarctic expedition has been told for the first time in a new book. Launched in 1943, Operation Tabarin was an expedition to secretly establish bases, keep a watchful eye on German and Japanese activities, and curb opportunistic Argentinian incursions. Lead botanist Ivan Mackenzie Lamb???s account of the expedition provides a fascinating insight into this top secret military operation. He was a member of the naval party that established three manned bases; he remained in the field throughout the operation's two-year duration and took part in all three major sledging expeditions. Lamb???s account is told in a new book, The Secret South, compiled from his memoirs and edited by Stephen Haddelsey and Ronald Lewis-Smith and published by Greenhill Books. Natural Environment Research Council / mediadrumimages.com
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Andrew Taylor. THE FULL STORY of Britain???s secret World War Two Antarctic expedition has been told for the first time in a new book. Launched in 1943, Operation Tabarin was an expedition to secretly establish bases, keep a watchful eye on German and Japanese activities, and curb opportunistic Argentinian incursions. Lead botanist Ivan Mackenzie Lamb???s account of the expedition provides a fascinating insight into this top secret military operation. He was a member of the naval party that established three manned bases; he remained in the field throughout the operation's two-year duration and took part in all three major sledging expeditions. Lamb???s account is told in a new book, The Secret South, compiled from his memoirs and edited by Stephen Haddelsey and Ronald Lewis-Smith and published by Greenhill Books. Natural Environment Research Council / mediadrumimages.com
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Surveying at the foot of the Wall Range, Wiencke Island. THE FULL STORY of Britain???s secret World War Two Antarctic expedition has been told for the first time in a new book. Launched in 1943, Operation Tabarin was an expedition to secretly establish bases, keep a watchful eye on German and Japanese activities, and curb opportunistic Argentinian incursions. Lead botanist Ivan Mackenzie Lamb???s account of the expedition provides a fascinating insight into this top secret military operation. He was a member of the naval party that established three manned bases; he remained in the field throughout the operation's two-year duration and took part in all three major sledging expeditions. Lamb???s account is told in a new book, The Secret South, compiled from his memoirs and edited by Stephen Haddelsey and Ronald Lewis-Smith and published by Greenhill Books. Natural Environment Research Council / mediadrumimages.com
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Lamb emerging from his igloo, 14 August 1944. THE FULL STORY of Britain???s secret World War Two Antarctic expedition has been told for the first time in a new book. Launched in 1943, Operation Tabarin was an expedition to secretly establish bases, keep a watchful eye on German and Japanese activities, and curb opportunistic Argentinian incursions. Lead botanist Ivan Mackenzie Lamb???s account of the expedition provides a fascinating insight into this top secret military operation. He was a member of the naval party that established three manned bases; he remained in the field throughout the operation's two-year duration and took part in all three major sledging expeditions. Lamb???s account is told in a new book, The Secret South, compiled from his memoirs and edited by Stephen Haddelsey and Ronald Lewis-Smith and published by Greenhill Books. Natural Environment Research Council / mediadrumimages.com
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Gwion ???Taff??? Davies. THE FULL STORY of Britain???s secret World War Two Antarctic expedition has been told for the first time in a new book. Launched in 1943, Operation Tabarin was an expedition to secretly establish bases, keep a watchful eye on German and Japanese activities, and curb opportunistic Argentinian incursions. Lead botanist Ivan Mackenzie Lamb???s account of the expedition provides a fascinating insight into this top secret military operation. He was a member of the naval party that established three manned bases; he remained in the field throughout the operation's two-year duration and took part in all three major sledging expeditions. Lamb???s account is told in a new book, The Secret South, compiled from his memoirs and edited by Stephen Haddelsey and Ronald Lewis-Smith and published by Greenhill Books. Natural Environment Research Council / mediadrumimages.com
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Setting a fish trap at Port Lockroy. During the first year of the expedition attempts at fishing proved all but futile. THE FULL STORY of Britain???s secret World War Two Antarctic expedition has been told for the first time in a new book. Launched in 1943, Operation Tabarin was an expedition to secretly establish bases, keep a watchful eye on German and Japanese activities, and curb opportunistic Argentinian incursions. Lead botanist Ivan Mackenzie Lamb???s account of the expedition provides a fascinating insight into this top secret military operation. He was a member of the naval party that established three manned bases; he remained in the field throughout the operation's two-year duration and took part in all three major sledging expeditions. Lamb???s account is told in a new book, The Secret South, compiled from his memoirs and edited by Stephen Haddelsey and Ronald Lewis-Smith and published by Greenhill Books. Natural Environment Research Council / mediadrumimages.com
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The end of the first sledge journey from Hope Bay: Andrew Taylor and Lamb. THE FULL STORY of Britain???s secret World War Two Antarctic expedition has been told for the first time in a new book. Launched in 1943, Operation Tabarin was an expedition to secretly establish bases, keep a watchful eye on German and Japanese activities, and curb opportunistic Argentinian incursions. Lead botanist Ivan Mackenzie Lamb???s account of the expedition provides a fascinating insight into this top secret military operation. He was a member of the naval party that established three manned bases; he remained in the field throughout the operation's two-year duration and took part in all three major sledging expeditions. Lamb???s account is told in a new book, The Secret South, compiled from his memoirs and edited by Stephen Haddelsey and Ronald Lewis-Smith and published by Greenhill Books. Natural Environment Research Council / mediadrumimages.com
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Ivan Mackenzie Lamb, with a lichen-covered rock, Base ???A???, 1944. THE FULL STORY of Britain???s secret World War Two Antarctic expedition has been told for the first time in a new book. Launched in 1943, Operation Tabarin was an expedition to secretly establish bases, keep a watchful eye on German and Japanese activities, and curb opportunistic Argentinian incursions. Lead botanist Ivan Mackenzie Lamb???s account of the expedition provides a fascinating insight into this top secret military operation. He was a member of the naval party that established three manned bases; he remained in the field throughout the operation's two-year duration and took part in all three major sledging expeditions. Lamb???s account is told in a new book, The Secret South, compiled from his memoirs and edited by Stephen Haddelsey and Ronald Lewis-Smith and published by Greenhill Books. Natural Environment Research Council / mediadrumimages.com
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Base ???A??? from the east, showing the Nissen hut. THE FULL STORY of Britain???s secret World War Two Antarctic expedition has been told for the first time in a new book. Launched in 1943, Operation Tabarin was an expedition to secretly establish bases, keep a watchful eye on German and Japanese activities, and curb opportunistic Argentinian incursions. Lead botanist Ivan Mackenzie Lamb???s account of the expedition provides a fascinating insight into this top secret military operation. He was a member of the naval party that established three manned bases; he remained in the field throughout the operation's two-year duration and took part in all three major sledging expeditions. Lamb???s account is told in a new book, The Secret South, compiled from his memoirs and edited by Stephen Haddelsey and Ronald Lewis-Smith and published by Greenhill Books. Natural Environment Research Council / mediadrumimages.com
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Midwinter???s Day celebrations, 21 June 1944. THE FULL STORY of Britain???s secret World War Two Antarctic expedition has been told for the first time in a new book. Launched in 1943, Operation Tabarin was an expedition to secretly establish bases, keep a watchful eye on German and Japanese activities, and curb opportunistic Argentinian incursions. Lead botanist Ivan Mackenzie Lamb???s account of the expedition provides a fascinating insight into this top secret military operation. He was a member of the naval party that established three manned bases; he remained in the field throughout the operation's two-year duration and took part in all three major sledging expeditions. Lamb???s account is told in a new book, The Secret South, compiled from his memoirs and edited by Stephen Haddelsey and Ronald Lewis-Smith and published by Greenhill Books. Natural Environment Research Council / mediadrumimages.com
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Ivan Mackenzie Lamb with Dainty. THE FULL STORY of Britain???s secret World War Two Antarctic expedition has been told for the first time in a new book. Launched in 1943, Operation Tabarin was an expedition to secretly establish bases, keep a watchful eye on German and Japanese activities, and curb opportunistic Argentinian incursions. Lead botanist Ivan Mackenzie Lamb???s account of the expedition provides a fascinating insight into this top secret military operation. He was a member of the naval party that established three manned bases; he remained in the field throughout the operation's two-year duration and took part in all three major sledging expeditions. Lamb???s account is told in a new book, The Secret South, compiled from his memoirs and edited by Stephen Haddelsey and Ronald Lewis-Smith and published by Greenhill Books. Natural Environment Research Council / mediadrumimages.com
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John Blyth. THE FULL STORY of Britain???s secret World War Two Antarctic expedition has been told for the first time in a new book. Launched in 1943, Operation Tabarin was an expedition to secretly establish bases, keep a watchful eye on German and Japanese activities, and curb opportunistic Argentinian incursions. Lead botanist Ivan Mackenzie Lamb???s account of the expedition provides a fascinating insight into this top secret military operation. He was a member of the naval party that established three manned bases; he remained in the field throughout the operation's two-year duration and took part in all three major sledging expeditions. Lamb???s account is told in a new book, The Secret South, compiled from his memoirs and edited by Stephen Haddelsey and Ronald Lewis-Smith and published by Greenhill Books. Natural Environment Research Council / mediadrumimages.com
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Unloading stores on Goudier Island, February 1944. THE FULL STORY of Britain???s secret World War Two Antarctic expedition has been told for the first time in a new book. Launched in 1943, Operation Tabarin was an expedition to secretly establish bases, keep a watchful eye on German and Japanese activities, and curb opportunistic Argentinian incursions. Lead botanist Ivan Mackenzie Lamb???s account of the expedition provides a fascinating insight into this top secret military operation. He was a member of the naval party that established three manned bases; he remained in the field throughout the operation's two-year duration and took part in all three major sledging expeditions. Lamb???s account is told in a new book, The Secret South, compiled from his memoirs and edited by Stephen Haddelsey and Ronald Lewis-Smith and published by Greenhill Books. Natural Environment Research Council / mediadrumimages.com
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