Your browser does not seem to support iframes. Click here to read this PDF. Convert your PDF to digital flipbook ↗ Contents June 2021 Letter from Port Lockroy to the International Space Station (ISS) 25; 36-37 Committee; Deadline for next Polar Post; Dates for your Diary; Note on Copyright 26 Contents; International Polar Exhibition Invitation – The Czech Republic “Polar Salon LIBEREC 2022” 27 An Apology to Hal Vogel 27 Chairman’s Message; Membership News; Editorial 28 In Memoriam – HRH The Duke of Edinburgh 10th June 1921 – 9th April 2021 29 Arctic Covers 29 The Norwegian North Polar Expedition with The Maud, 1918-1925 Part 4 Inscription Types and Printings 30-35 A Treasure from Port Lockroy (20th February 2021 Postcard) 37 The Final Voyage of the RRS James Clark Ross to Antarctica 38 Covers from the 2020/21 Antarctic Season; 2019/2020 Antarctic Covers 39 “QUEST”: The Last Voyage of Sir Ernest Shackleton, Part 1 40-41 Reports of the Treasurer and Membership Secretary for 2020 42 Reports of the Webmaster, Editor of Polar Post and Secretary for 2020 43 Terra Nova Postcard not listed by Margery Wharton 44 A New Byrd Card? 44 The History of a Dog! (Japanese Husky Taro) 44-45 75th Anniversary of the Sailing of the Terra Nova from Cardiff 1985 45 New Issue: Éire (The Republic of Ireland) – Through Snow and Ice 45 New Issue: Australian Antarctic Territory (AAT) – Arts Fellowship 46 New Issues: Greenland – 22nd February 2021 46 New Issues: 95th Birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II – The Falklands Islands and Tristan da Cunha 47 New Issues: 95th Birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II – South Georgia & SSI; BAT 48
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