A happy Roald Amundsen just passed a dangerous ridge of ice up towards the South Pole Plateau, which he called Hell’s Gate, November 30, 1911.
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This entry was posted on December 25, 2013 by Miep. It was filed under High Art, History, Photography, Stunt Queens, The Drama Of It All, Weird and was tagged with Amundsen, Antarctic, Antarctic expedition, Antarctic Explorers, Antarctica, Death, Europe, History, Norway, Photo, Photography, Power, Roald Amundsen, South Pole.
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