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The First World War: Ernest Henry Shackleton

Shackleton is best known for his extraordinary achievement in leading the men of his Endurance expedition safely out of the Antarctic after their ship had been crushed in the ice. This expedition took place just as the First World War broke out, and ended whilst warfare was still raging in Europe. Shackleton and his men returned for the last eighteen months of warfare.

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