Tom Crean Antarctic Explorer
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Thomas Crean 16 February 1877 - 27 July 1938 Irish seaman and Antarctic explorer who was awarded the Albert medal for life saving. A member of the major expeditions of the day to Antarctica lead by Robert Scott and Ernest Shackleton. After retiring from the navy, Crean ran his pub the South Pole Inn in County Kerry with his wife and daughters.
Polar Crean one of the earliest articles on Tom Crean by Dennis Barry. A selection of Photos covering the expeditons of Tom Crean. Map of Antarctica The exploration of the South Pole. The wonders of the coming Discovery as part of Anglo-Germanic Expedition by Sir Henry Leach. Photos showing Discovery just fitted out from the News and Views section in the Black and White Budget Magazine 1901. Sport in the Antarctic: The games that were played by the Men of the "Discovery" by Bernard C. Carter Animal Life in the Antarctic by S Kemp.