McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1959
[Stated First Edition] Bound in black cloth. Hardcover. No dust jacket. Good binding and cover. Shelf wear. Edges chipped. Clean, unmarked pages. vii, 282 p., ill., 22 cm.
"The Endurance Expedition was a British mission to cross the Antarctic on foot in 1914-17. Launched in August 1914, the expedition became one of the most famous survival stories of all time after the expedition's ship, Endurance, became stranded and then sank during the voyage to the Antarctic. The Endurance's crew became stranded on the remote Elephant Island and were only rescued over four months later, in August 1916, after expedition leader Sir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) left to seek help. The miraculous survival of the Endurance expedition crew earned Shackleton worldwide fame though his goal to cross the Antarctic on foot was never achieved. The location of the sunken ship Endurance was lost for 107 years until being rediscovered on March 5, 2022." Live Science