|Caption||Roald Amundsen. For nearly five hundred years men had sought the North-West Passage. It was Amundsen who finally sailed his tiny craft the Gjoa through this elusive seaway. Inset: Over the heads of the astonished eskimoes flew the airship Norge. It was another "first" for Amundsen. Original artwork for Look and Learn isssue no 452 (12 September 1970). Lent for scanning by The Gallery of Illustration.|
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|Keywords||Roald Amundsen Amundsen North West Passage North-West Passage Gjoa ship boat Norge airship ice eskimoes sea gulls gulls seagulls sea-gulls|
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