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POLAR EXPLORATION.

BRITISH AND AUSTRIAN EXPEDITIONS. SUGGESTED CO-OPERATION, , (Per Press Association—Copyright.) •■ ' i ■•■' «'* ■' '■ -• v,, , . ;.-; LONDON, February 17. A suggestion is mooted in Vienna that Koenig and Shackleton should co-operate. The former claim's priority of plans. 4' : Sir Ernest Shackleton, in an interview, said it was difficult to believe that Koenig claimed priority. His plans were known before Koenig's plans were communicated to the Austrian Geographical Society'in Mayjast. There was plenty of room for many expeditions. He failed to see how he j could usefully co-operate with Koenig | except in collaboration on the return of the respective expeditions.

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POLAR EXPLORATION., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8797, 18 February 1914

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POLAR EXPLORATION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8797, 18 February 1914

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