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R. A . Hodgkin * R. A. Hodgkin The hitherto unclimbed southface of Jailik. On its left base may be seen the snow gully that formed the initial stage of the climb. iooo feet up the gully was a frozen waterfall in which hand- and foot-holds had to be hacked. (Left) Reaching sunshine above the head of thefall i
A Mountaineering Adventure in the Karakoram by R. A. HODGKIN Our February number contained a brief account o f the disasters that have overwhelmed certain German expeditions attempting to conquer the Himalayan giants. Mr Hodgkin was one of the two members of a recent British expedition who
T H E G E O G R A P H IC A L MAGAZINE Editor Michael Huxley The founders of the geographical magazine have undertaken the legal obligation to assign one hall of all profits to a fund for the advancement of exploration and research, and the promotion of geographical knowledge. This fund will be administered by a Board of Trustees, whose Chairman will be the President of the
The north face of Tetnnld presented a contrasting precipice of ice and snow, scored byfalling ice. A scimitar-shaped ridge led to the steep snow-wall seen at the upper left-hand side R. .-I. Hodgkin On the scimitar ridge, above which may be discerned the snow-wall; beyond it, a band of rocks which were skirted to the right; and, higher still, the hanging rim of seracs below the summit. (The
with credit. But others, owing to the skill and deadly malice with which they are quoted, are made to give themselves away and cut sorry figures. In fact the more an English traveller knows about a foreign country, the less he seems to find to forgive. We have Shelley complaining that the royal collection of paintings in Naples is ‘sufficiently miserable’ and he ‘cannot but think’ the genius of
The World in Books by IVY DAVISON Europe ALPS AND ELEPHANTS. By Gavin de Beer. Illustrated with line drawings by Audrey Weber, i m0. 123 pp. Bles. 10s. 6d. F o r a very long time Sir Gavin de Beer has looked upon the ancient controversy about the route over the Alps followed by Hannibal, when in 218 B.C. he led his army, including a number of elephants, from
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