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By Ben Maddison

among 1750 and 1920 over 15,000 humans visited Antarctica. regardless of this type of huge quantity the historiography has overlooked all yet a number of celebrated explorers. Maddison offers a research of Antarctic exploration, telling the tale of those forgotten facilitators, he argues that Antarctic exploration should be visible as an offshoot of ecu colonialism.

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