THE SECRET SOUTH: A Tale of Operation Tabarin 1943-46
The only wartime expedition to the Antarctic launched by a combatant nation, the arrival of British and Commonwealth soldiers, sailors, and scientists, under the codename Operation Tabarin, marked both the beginning of Britain's permanent presence on the Antarctic continent and the start of a complex program of scientific research and geographic exploration which continues to this day. 16 pages of photos.
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