The first winter over in Antarctica

In 1899, Carsten Borchgrevink and his nine selected men became the first to winter-over in Antarctica. The 10 men were to spend the dark winter months isolated in a dirty hut, surrounded by equipment and savage sled dogs fighting each other outside with some of the dogs even killing each other.

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