Scott’s Antarctic Expedition

Scott's Antarctic Expedition

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More than a century after it occurred, the tragedy of Robert Scott’s expedition to the South Pole remains Antarctica’s most famous story. It’s sad fate is usually attributed to a combination of bad luck and blundering. However, previously unstudied expedition documents lend weight to a different theory; that Scott and his men died because of the actions of his second-in-command Lieutenant Edward Evans, who survived but was never questioned about his role.

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Scott’s Antarctic Expedition

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