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The following links may be useful if you are interested in finding out more about the Antarctic.

Antarctic Circle is a non-commercial forum and resource on historical, literary, bibliographical, artistic and cultural aspects of Antarctica and the South Polar regions.

Antarctic Connection for clothes, travel and books 

Antarctic Heritage Trust for the preservation of buildings and artifacts

British Antarctic Survey Research organisation

British Antarctic Survey Club Staff and supporters of the British Antarctic Survey previously the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey

Cool Antarctica for lots of information about Antarctica 

Falkland Islands Government

Falkland Islands Tourism

Halley Bay Base Z Information and news from British Base Z in the Weddell Sea

History of Antarctic Exploration a web-based graphic created by specialist Antarctic cruise company Hurtigruten in collaboration with the United Kingdom Antarctic Heritage Trust, UKAHT.

HMS Protector Association  of mariners who served on "The best-loved ship in the Royal Navy by those who served on her."

Husky Memorial for all the huskies that lived and died in the Antarctic helping explorers

Penguin resource for more information about penguins

Polar Artists Group to see some great paintings

Snowsled for expedition clothing and equipment

South Georgia 

South 2015: an Antarctic voyage to remember is a film is about the contribution that Britons have made in the exploration of British Antarctic Territory and the cost in lives lost. It follows the voyage of Antarctic veterans to attend the dedication of the Southern Antarctic Monument in February 2015 and thence to visit the places in the Antarctic Peninsula where those "who lost their lives in Antarctica in pursuit of science to benefit us all" lived, worked and perished. It covers the creation of the Antarctic Memorial in St Paul's Cathedral, the Antarctic Monument at the Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge and its Southern counterpart on the waterfront in Stanley, Falkland Islands. It is available on DVD price £15 from  

South of Sixty, life on an Antarctic base describes life in the 1960's and contrasts it with the changes of present-day Antarctica. 

Photographic specialists in the Arctic and Antarctic

United States Antarctic Programme

White desert tours for truly spectacular tours of the Antarctic from South Africa

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