Some of the men who found Captain Scott
Some of the Men who found the bodies of Captain Scott and his companions and erected a cairn, pictured on their return to New Zealand. From left, (standing), Petty Officer Keohane, Petty Officer Williamson, Steward Hooper, Chief Stoker Lashley and Petty Officer Crean. Sitting, Mr A. Cherry Garrard, Sub-Lieutenant Gran, Surgeon E.L. Atkinson and Mr E.W. Nelson (biologist).
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The Wild Pass of Siri-Kajoor
Tinted lithograph from bound volume of 26 tinted lithographs, 'Sketches in Afghanistan', 1838-1842. By Louis and Charles Haghe after James Atkinson, published by Henry Graves and Company and J W Allen and Company, 1 Jul 1842. As they travelled along the narrow passes between the high ridges of Baluchistan, the British and Indian troops of the Army of the Indus were vulnerable to ambush by the Baluchis, who hid in dens in the ravines. Skirmishes and sniping attacks were common events. Date: 1842
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Ron Atkinson, captain of Fourth Division giant-killers Oxford United FC, the club which has fought its way into the sixth round of the FA Cup Competition. 22/04/04: Mr Atkinson has resigned from his position as a pundit on ITV and had his column in The Guardian newspaper terminated after an off-air remark about French defender Marcel Desailly was unwittingly broadcast to millions of viewers.