100 Years Ago Today, Shackleton Crew Finally Rescued

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The survival of Ernest Shackleton’s crew after its ship, the Endurance, sank in polar ice in Antarctica in 1915 is well known and often told as the greatest feat of fortitude ever. And it is an incredible story, with one setback after another overcome, thanks to Shackleton’s leadership. And those challenges came right up the very end of their harrowing journey, which took place on August 30, 1916, exactly a century ago. Full story on Adventure-Journal

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