South with Mawson- Reminiscences of the Australian Antarctic Expedition 1911-1914
First edition published 1947 George Harrup, later published by Angus and Robertson (1957). Life aboard the 'Aurora' with the Australian's of the 1911-13 expedition.
Antarctic Eyewitness: South With Mawson And Shackletons Argonauts
Angus & Robertson Publishers
Two stories of the 'heroic era', of sustained survival and the triumph of the human spirit set against seemingly impossible odds. One is Sir Douglas Mawson's 1909-14 Australian Antarctic Expedition. The other is Sir Ernest Shackleton's unsuccessful attempt to cross the Antarctic continent from 1914-16, and the extraordinary survival of his entire party after the expedition's ship Endurance was crushed and sunk in pack ice. A timely, superbly chronicled and immensely readable double volume.South With Mawson was published in 1947. Shackleton's Argonauts was published in 1948. Both expeditions were chronicled by Frank Hurley, indomitable Australian photographer
(This is from publishers blurb).