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Vivian Fuchs, in full Sir Vivian Ernest Fuchs, (born FebruFreshwater, Isle of Wight, England—died NovemCambridge, Cambridgeshire), English geologist and explorer who led the historic British Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition in – In and –31 Fuchs participated in expeditions Sir Vivian Fuchs book East Greenland and the East African lakes, respectively.
Sir Vivian Fuchs and Sir Edmund Hillary The Crossing of Antarctica: The Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition, – London: Cassell, After Ernest Shackleton’s attempt at crossing Antarctica during the Great War, it would be nearly half. Endpapers are maps of Antarctica.
Interior is clean without marks or tears. The page edges are darkened and spine is a little faded. Many color & black and white plates and maps. The story of the expedition to Antarctica which was led by Sir Vivian Fuchs and Sir Edmund Hillary.
The expedition took several years of planning and 99 days to complete. The Crossing of Antarctica Hardcover – January 1, by Sir Vivian Fuchs (Author), Sir Edmund Hillary (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all 7 formats and /5(4).
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This epic journey captured the imagination of the world and it is for this expedition that he is most particularly remembered. Sir Vivian Fuchs - Welcome to the website of Sir Vivian Fuchs.
This site tells the story of his life and work, and commemorates his achievement as leader of the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition on the first land crossing of the Antarctic in Illustrated with photographs from his family's collection, this site is a unique.
Antarctic Adventure by Fuchs Sir Vivian. You Searched For: Author/Artist etc.: fuchs sir vivian, The Book Is Bound In Blue Cloth With Silver Stamped Lettering On The Spine.
The Book Has Minor Wear And The Page Edges Have Tanned. Light Dust Soiling To The Top Edges. The Unclipped Jacket Has Moderate Edge Wear And A Few Scratches.
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FIRST EDITION OF FUCHS' AND HILLARY'S CROSSING OF ANTARCTICA, INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR AND ANTARCTIC EXPLORER VIVIAN FUCHS IN THE YEAR OF PUBLICATION TO A FAMOUS POLAR GLACIOLOGIST, CHARLES SWITHINBANK, AND SIGNED BY THE GLACIOLOGIST ON FUCHS' EXPEDITION, HAL LISTER.
FUCHS, Sir Vivian and HILLARY, Sir Edmund. The Crossing of. Sir Vivian Ernest Fuchs, geologist and explorer, born February 11 ; died November 11 Anthony Tucker wrote this obituary shortly before his own death; it has been revised Topics.
Sir Vivian E. Fuchs - Autograph - Item Album leaf signature of the Antarctic explorer. Signature: 'V. Fuchs', 6 1/2x3 1/2.
Geologist Vivian E. Shop for Sir Vivian E. Fuchs related autographs, signed photographs, historical documents and manuscripts from the world's largest collection.
Every purchase includes our industry recognized COA. The following did, however, appear: "Savage Cold Could Halt Fuchs" (12 January ), "Sir Vivian Fuchs At Palace" (16 May ), and my favourite, "Sir Vivian Fuchs For Antarctic" (6 December ).
Sir Vivian Fuchs. Vivian Fuchs (born ) led the British expedition that was the first to cross Antarctica from coast to coast. Vivian Fuchs was born Februin the English county of Kent, the son of a farmer of German origin.
He was educated at Cambridge University, where he studied geology. Between the years and he went. Sir Vivian Fuchs was seen with one of the four "Snocats" used by the expedition. They were given names: this one's called "Haywire", and it's been on.
The Crossing Of Antarctica: The Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition by FUCHS, Sir Vivian & Sir Edmund HILLARY. Seller D & E Lake Ltd. (ABAC, ILAB). I assumed Antarctic Adventure to be the same book as this. Sir Fuchs had an amazing knack of humour in noting down small events that seemed insignificant, this being a memoir of a scientific exploration plus an expedition to cross the Antarctica, and making all the scientists so much more humane then the image we usually had of them/5.
Sir Vivian Fuchs, FRS, polar explorer and Director of the British Antarctic Survey,died on November 11 aged He was born on Febru Standing at more than 6ft, strong, austere and possessing thunderous eyebrows, Vivian Fuchs was a natural leader who had no need to coerce people to get his way.
The British Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic expedition was lead by Sir Vivian Fuchs, who would become the first person to cross Antarctica by land. Sir Edmund Hillary led the New Zealand party responsible for laying depots for Fuchs' return from the Pole to the Ross Sea.Further Reading on Sir Vivian Fuchs.
The joint history of the Fuchs-Hillary expedition is The Crossing of Antarctica (London: Cassell, ). Fuchs later wrote a book about British activities in Antarctica and discussed his work there: Of Ice and Men: The Story of the .Antarctic Adventure: The Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition, –58 by Sir Vivian Fuchs: Climbing the pole: Edmund Hillary & the Trans-Antarctic Expedition, by John Thomson: The Crossing of Antarctica; the Commonwealth Trans- Antarctic Expedition, –58 by Vivian Fuchs: From Scott to Fuchs by Gerald Bowman.