Robert Falcon Scott


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Noun1.Robert Falcon Scott - English explorer who reached the South Pole just a month after AmundsenRobert Falcon Scott - English explorer who reached the South Pole just a month after Amundsen; he and his party died on the return journey (1868-1912)
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In one of the most hostile regions known to humankind, conservationists unearthed an ice-covered fruitcake they believe once belonged to British explorer Robert Falcon Scott, the New Zealand-based Antarctic Heritage Trust said this past week.
British explorer Robert Falcon Scott used the site as a base during his doomed Terra Nova expedition in 1912.
It was found in the Cape Adare and is believed to have belonged to British explorer Robert Falcon Scott, who is better known as Scott of the Antarctic.
The dessert was found in the Cape Adare and is believed to have belonged to British explorer Robert Falcon Scott.
Terra Nova Expedition led by British explorer Robert Falcon Scott between 1910 and 1913.
Huntford dramatically upends the image of Robert Falcon Scott as a hero.
ONE of the final photos of explorer Captain Robert Falcon Scott on his ill-fated Antarctic mission is seen in colour for the first time.
1912: Captain Robert Falcon Scott died in Antarctica returning from his expedition to the South Pole.
On March 29, 1912, British explorer Robert Falcon Scott, his doomed expedition stranded in an Antarctic blizzard after failing to be the first to reach the South Pole, wrote the last words of his journal: ''For Gods sake look after our people.
A Henry VIII B Richard III C William I D Edward IV QUESTION 11 - for 11 points: In which ship did Robert Falcon Scott sail on his second, fateful voyage to the Antarctic?
Not only are we celebrating Captain James Cook's feat, we are honouring a long and intrepid line of historic explorers: Englishmen Sir Ernest Shackleton and Robert Falcon Scott, Norwegian explorers Roald Amundsen and Fridtjof Nansen, and of course the great Australian Sir Douglas Mawson, to name a few.
The negatives were found in a supply hut's corner that British explorer Robert Falcon Scott established to support his expedition to the South Pole from 1910-1913, Fox News reported.