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Richard E. Byrd
Richard E. Byrd (1888 - 1957) American rear admiral, was an Antarctic and Arctic explorer, aviator,
and navigator. Between 1928 and 1957, he did more than any other person to direct the exploration of the
bleak, frozen continent of Antarctica.
◊Skyward: Man's Mastery of the Air (1928)
◊Into the Home of the Blizzard (1928)
◊The Flight to the South Pole (1930)
◊Little America, Aerial Exploration in the Antarctic (1931)
◊Discovery: the Story of the Second Byrd Antarctic Expedition (1935)
BOOKS about Richard E. Byrd
◊To the Pole: the Diary and Notebook of Richard E Byrd, 1925-1927. Edited by Raimund E. Goerler (1998)
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