Endurance; Shackleton's Incredible Voyage
By Alfred Lansing

      "This astonishing tale of survival is an inspiration.  Polar explorer Ernest Shackleton enabled all 27 of his men to live for over a year on the ice-bound Antarctic seas -- leadership without equal.  The year was 1915.  Equipment and food supplies were totally inadequate.  And yet they survived.  This gripping account is based on contemporaneous diaries and interviews conducted by the author with these exceptional men."

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