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Slaget om Narvik - Wikipedia

Slaget om Narvik - Wikipedia

The Dyatlov Pass is located in the Ural Mountains of Western Russia. On February 2, 1959, 9 experienced ski hikers died under extremely strange and somewhat frightening circumstances. The unfortunate hikers never reached their destination, and chillingly enough, the word “Otorten” translated from Mansi (indigenous peoples in the area) language, means “Mountain of the dead men.”

The Dyatlov Pass is located in the Ural Mountains of Western Russia. On February 2, 1959, 9 experienced ski hikers died under extremely strange and somewhat frightening circumstances. The unfortunate hikers never reached their destination, and chillingly enough, the word “Otorten” translated from Mansi (indigenous peoples in the area) language, means “Mountain of the dead men.”

Balaclava used by the polar expedition on display at the Natural History Museum, London

Scott’s last pictures of harsh Antarctic revealed and saved for the nation (and the explorer didn’t even get to see them before he died)

Balaclava used by the polar expedition on display at the Natural History Museum, London

The greatest story ever told: Today in polar history: Oct 29, 1908, Ernest Shackleton's polar party begin their trek, includes Adams, Marshall and Wild.

The greatest story ever told: Today in polar history: Oct 29, 1908, Ernest Shackleton's polar party begin their trek, includes Adams, Marshall and Wild.

Crean y  el oficial Evans reparando sus sacos de dormir

Crean y el oficial Evans reparando sus sacos de dormir

Birger Eriksen

Birger Eriksen

Perce Blackboro (age 18) with Mrs. Chippy, ship’s cat, on board the Endurance, Shackleton's expedition to Antarctica; photo by Frank Hurley, 1914

Perce Blackboro (age 18) with Mrs. Chippy, ship’s cat, on board the Endurance, Shackleton's expedition to Antarctica; photo by Frank Hurley, 1914

Bundled Up    Photograph by Herbert G. Ponting, National Geographic    Scott chose Petty Officer Edgar Evans (seen in 1910 or 1911) as one of the five men to take the final—and most difficult—part of the South Pole journey.    The South Pole team set off in October 1911 with 16 men, 5 tents, 10 ponies, 23 dogs, 13 sledges, and several pairs of skis.

Bundled Up Photograph by Herbert G. Ponting, National Geographic Scott chose Petty Officer Edgar Evans (seen in 1910 or 1911) as one of the five men to take the final—and most difficult—part of the South Pole journey. The South Pole team set off in October 1911 with 16 men, 5 tents, 10 ponies, 23 dogs, 13 sledges, and several pairs of skis.

Heinz advertizement, January 9 1912, Herbert Ponting (1870-1935)

Heinz advertizement, January 9 1912, Herbert Ponting (1870-1935)

The five men of Scott's team who reached the South Pole and who died on the return journey

The five men of Scott's team who reached the South Pole and who died on the return journey

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