What did Scott of the Antarctic say?

What did Scott of the Antarctic say?

On Thursday, March 29, Scott recorded his final entry: “We had fuel to make two cups of tea apiece and bare food for two days on the 20th. Every day we have been ready to start for our depot 11 miles away, but outside the door of the tent it remains a scene of whirling drift.

Who sponsored Roald Amundsen?

Amundsen’s South Pole expedition

Sponsor Norway
Leader Roald Amundsen
Start Kristiansand August 9, 1910
End Framheim January 25, 1912

What were Shackleton’s last words?

Macklin suggested to Shackleton that he “take things easier in the future”, to which the reply was: “You are always wanting me to give up something, what do you want me to give up now?” These were the last words spoken by Sir Ernest Shackleton. A few moments later he suffered a fatal heart attack. He was 47.

Who said I’m going outside and I may be some time?

Capt Lawrence Oates
“I am just going outside and may be some time.” With these words, Antarctic explorer Capt Lawrence Oates set out to meet his death 100 years ago, aged 31, and entered the history books.

Did Roald Amundsen survive Antarctica?

Scott, in the meantime, had reached the South Pole on January 17, but on a difficult return journey he and all his men perished. Roald Amundsen at the South Pole, December 1911. With funds resulting from his Antarctic adventure, Amundsen established a successful shipping business.

How did Captain Amundsen get to the South Pole?

Captain Roald Engelbregt Gravning Amundsen at the South pole under the Norwegian flag. (Credit: Universal History Archive/Getty Images) Thanks to the speed of his dog teams, Amundsen’s party managed to race toward the Pole at a pace of over 20 miles per day.

What did Robert Scott say about Amundsen plan?

“There is no doubt that Amundsen’s plan is a very serious menace to ours,” Scott wrote in his diary. The race began. A love for the arts and sciences is one of the few positive qualities of Robert Scott that we know of with certainty.

Why did Roald Amundsen beat the British team?

A hundred years ago tomorrow Roald Amundsen and his teammates from small, newly independent Norway beat the British Empire’s team under Robert Scott to master the last continent on earth. The British did not take kindly to defeat. The press branded Amundsen a thief for taking an honor the British felt belonged to Scott and the Empire.

How did Carl Amundsen become a professional explorer?

These differences doomed the latter and handed success to the former. Amundsen embraced an early passion and became a professional explorer. He spent three years opening the Northwest Passage as well as a year icebound off Antarctica on the Belgica expedition.