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Old 27 April 2018, 10:05 AM
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Default Did Ernest Shackleton advertise for crew in The Times



Someone sent me this a few days ago, and my first thought was that it was dubious. But noting the American spelling of 'honor' made me seriously sceptical, as Shackelton was a highly-educated Anglo-Irishman and would have spelt it 'honour'. Has this ever been authenticated or disproved.

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Shackleton Probably Never Took Out an Ad Seeking Men for a Hazardous Journey

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