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Antarctica and the south polar regions, 1933



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South polar view of Antarctica showing the track of Richard Evelyn Byrd's exploring ship The City of New York between New Zealand and Byrd's base Little America, 1929-30.

Lieutenant Commander Byrd flew to the South Pole and back to Little America on November 29, 1929. For this feat as the first man to fly over South Pole, Byrd had to outfit two ships, three planes, and 82 men. Fifty men remained in Antarctica for two years.

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