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๐Ÿ“™ The European Antarctic: Science and Strategy in Scandinavia and the British Empire by Peder Roberts (auth.) โ€” pdf free


This is the first transnational study of British, Norwegian, and Swedish engagement with the Antarctic. Rather than charting how Europeans unveiled the Antarctic, it uses the history of Antarctic activity as a window into the political and cultural worlds of twentieth-century Britain and Scandinavia.



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