Royal Marines Conquer Another Antarctic Peak. Adelaide Island. Successful climb of the hitherto unscaled Mount Gaudry, highest mountain on Adelaide Island. Three British Official photographs. Issued for the British Information Services by the Central Office of Information. London. 8 February 1963. 20.5 x 25.5 cm. Royal Marines conquer another Antarctic Peak. Pictures just received from the Royal Navy's Ice Patrol Ship H.M.S. Protector, taken during the successful climb to the top of the hitherto unscaled 9,000 feet Mount Gaudry, highest mountain on Adelaide Island inside the Antarctic Circle... made the final ten hour ascent in a night assault cutting steps and hand holds in a steep ice face... full information is printed on reverse of each photograph, with some annotation. Crown Copyright reserved (Admiralty) Stamped Daily Mail Filed 8 Feb 1963.
Author British Antarctic Survey
Date 7-8 February 1963
Publisher Admiralty. Crown Copyright. Issued for the British Information Services by the Central Office of Information