Everest 1922 - Mick Conefrey

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In recent years, Everest has become famous for queues of climbers and piles of rubbish. It wasn't always like this. Once it was remote, inaccessible, mysterious - a place where only the bravest dared to tread. The 1922 attempt by George Leigh Mallory and a team of larger-than-life characters is an extraordinary Boys’ Own story full of controversy, drama and incident. Drawing on diaries, letters, and published and unpublished accounts, Mick Conefrey explores the motivations, politics and bitter rivalries that lay behind this epic adventure

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