Sunday, December 18, 2005
Australia’s “other” polar hero still remains something of a mystery to his hero-worshipping countrymen.
While his Australian contemporaries, Sir Douglas Mawson and Captain Frank Hurley enjoy the modern notoriety of their achievements during the “heroic age” of polar exploration, the equally breath-taking exploits of the adventurous boy from Adelaide, Sir Hubert Wilkins, are often overlooked.
World Adventurer December 2005 In Search of Sir Hubert
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