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Andrew Taylor

Andrew Taylor (1907–1993) was one of Canada’s foremost polar explorers. An immigrant to Canada from Edinburgh, Taylor earned his engineering degree from the University of Manitoba in 1931. Before joining the Canadian Army, he was Town Engineer in Flin Flon.

Two Years Below the Horn

Operation Tabarin, Field Science, and Antarctic Sovereignty, 1944-1946

Andrew Taylor (Author), Daniel Heidt (Editor), Whitney Lackenbauer (Editor)

The fascinating account of the groundbreaking Antarctic expedition Operation Tabarin which marked a critical moment in polar exploration.