By Anne Strathie
In February 1912, Harry Pennell and his Terra Nova shipmates back to Antarctica waiting for to rejoice Scott’s conquest of the Pole. pressured by way of ice to go away sooner than their chief back, they sailed to New Zealand to find Amundsen had reached the Pole in December 1911. Returning to Antarctica in January 1913, they realized the tragic information that Scott’s celebration died on their go back from the Pole. again in New Zealand, Pennell secretly cabled London with the inside track, whereas in England a cycle of medal ceremonies and memorial providers have been quickly overshadowed by means of the outbreak of war—a struggle that will quickly comprise Pennell and his shipmates. Of the 8 males photographed on board the Terra Nova in Antarctica in early 1912, 4 could die in clash. among the battles and undesirable information, even if, there have been reunions, romances, weddings, births, and stories of survival opposed to all odds.