THE Oxford University Greenland Expedition of 1928 had to make two crossings of the north Atlantic along a course far above the usual route for shipping between the Old and New Worlds, and as these journeys coincided roughly in time with the end of the spring and the beginning of the autumn migration, and in latitude with the supposed Greenland-Iceland route, it seemed worth while to pay special a...

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