The Heart of the Great Alone: Scott, Shackleton and Antarctic Photography
The Royal Collection © 2012,
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
RCIN 2580064



Frank Hurley

Presented to King George V, 1917

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None of the dogs taken during the Transantarctic Expedition survived the drift on the ice floes; Shackleton regretfully had to order the death of all but two teams shortly after establishing Patience Camp, owing to the lack of stores and the need to feed the men before all else More