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Pryderi
(care, thought). Welsh. The son of Pwyll, whom he succeeds in his lands. He is stolen away as a newborn infant by a nameless Fiend who, on a horse-thieving expedition, drops him once more into the world when it is struck a blow by the guardian of the horses....
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King Arthur and the Cymry Heroes
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Swiss Alps to Antarctic Glaciers – a Swiss-Australian Story
The Journals of Dr Xavier Mertz. Mawson's Australasian Antarctic. Expedition 1911-1914.
Dogs, Meat and Douglas Mawson - ANU Press
During the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, dogs and men were thrown into several different ... handlers Ninnis and Xavier Mertz. Its main events are well ...
Explore the story of a young Australian Antarctic adventurer and
May 25, 2011 Australia and Antarctica were the last continents to be ... Several expeditions set out in the early 1900s to study ... Ninnis and Xavier Mertz.
Mawson - Life and Death in Antarctica Press-kit - National Film and
The Douglas Mawson Antarctic Expedition of 1912 is one .... While Mawson and his surviving colleague, Xavier Mertz, made a desperate run for the home base, ...
Australian Antarctic Division
Antarctic expeditioners – strength of leadership, commitment to ... But the Australasian Antarctic Expedition wasn't ... We remember today Dr Xavier Mertz and.

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Henry Worsley: The explorer's tragic final quest in footsteps of Sir Ernest
Xavier Mertz (1882-1913) Swiss explorer joined Douglas Mawson's Australian Antarctic expedition which lost its food and sledges when third-man Belgrave Ninnis fell down a crevasse. It was alleged Mawson starved Mertz to death so he could eat him.
The Most Terrible Polar Exploration Ever: Douglas Mawson's Antarctic Journey
Continent of ice and tragedy
The Scott expedition camps on the Beardmore Glacier on Dec. 20, 1911. Robert Falcon Scott reached ...
Wild time in home of blizzards
More than a century after it was built to house the 19 men of Australia's first Antarctic expedition for a single winter, the hut has somehow defied the conditions in the place known as “the home of the blizzard''.
Mawson's Huts expedition: David Killick blog chapter three
This is more than a job for all of us, we are all great enthusiasts for the project and the history of the expedition.

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Xavier Mertz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Antarctic[edit]. Mertz exploring the ice ravines near the expedition's main base at Cape Denison. Further information: Australasian ...
Douglas Mawson's Antarctic Journey - Smithsonian
Jan 27, 2012 Ninnis's close friend Xavier Mertz, was a 28-year-old Swiss lawyer whose ... A member of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition leans into a 100 ...
Xavier Mertz | Adventure Network International
Xavier Mertz was a Swiss explorer from Basel. He took part in the Far Eastern Party, a 1912–13 sledging journey of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition (AAE),  ...
Dr. Xavier Mertz - Biographical notes - Cool Antarctica
Xavier Mertz and his role in Douglas Mawson's Australian Antarctic Expedition on the Aurora, 1911-1914.
Mawson's Antarctic Trek: The Greatest Survival Story - Pictures
But then Mertz, who had been scouting ahead on skis all morning, stopped and turned ... Douglas Mawson was the leader of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition ... Swiss ski champion Xavier Mertz and 25-year-old Belgrave Ninnis, an eager, ...

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