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British Antarctic Oral History Project

The British Antarctic Oral History Project (BAOHP) is a collaboration between British Antarctic Survey (BAS), BAS Club, UK Antarctic Heritage Trust (UKAHT) and Scott Polar Research Institute (SPRI) to capture reminiscences and preserve the memories of those involved in British polar science, with particular focus on those who worked for, or closely with, Operation Tabarin, 1943–45, Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey (FIDS), 1945–61, and British Antarctic Survey (BAS), 1962–present.

About the Project

Further information about the background to the project, aims, funders, the project team and volunteers can be found on the About the Project page.

List of Interviews

An online table listing some of the oral history interviews featuring a selection of audio and film clips is available on the List of Interviews page. Further information and a more detailed list of interviews is available via the About the Project page



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Halley (Z) Team - 1971