zaterdag 11 februari 2012

german arctic expedition 1901-1902

The voyage of the Gauss led by Erich von Drygalski was the German response to the call of the Sixth International Geographical Congress to the International scientific community to explore Antarctica.

the crew

 


from above in the ice
Bähr, Gustav - Able seaman
Berglof, Emil - Stoker
Besenbrock, August - Steward
Bidlingmaier, Dr. Friedrich - Geomagnetist and meteorologist
Björvik, Paul - Able seaman
Dahler, Hans - Boatswain
von Drygalski, Professor Erich - Leader and scientist
Enzensperger, Josef - Meteorologist
Franz, Karl - Able seaman
Fisch, Max - Able seaman
Gazert, Hans - Medical officer and bacteriologist
Heinacker, Paul - Assistant engineer
Heinrich, Willy - 2nd carpenter
Johannsen, Daniel - Able seaman
Klück, Karl - Able seaman
Lerche, Wilhelm - 1st officer
Luyken, Dr. Karl - Technical engineer
Lysell, Wilhelm - Able seaman
Mareck
, Reinhold - Assistant engineer
Michael, Reinhold - Able seaman
Müller, Leonhard - Stoker
Müller, Josef - First Boatswain
Noack, Georg - Able seaman
Ott, Ludwig - 3rd officer
Philippi, Dr. Emil - Geologist
Possin, Albert - Able seaman
Reimers, August - First carpenter
Reuterskjöld, Lenart - Able seaman
Ruser, Hans - Captain
Schwarz, Wilhelm - Cook
Stehr, Albert - Chief engineer
Stjernblad, Curt - Able seaman
Urbansky, Josef - Able seaman
Vahsel, Richard - 2nd officer
Vanhöffen, Ernst - Biologist
Werth, Dr. Emil - Scientist
Wienke, Georg - Able seaman

Geen opmerkingen:

Een reactie plaatsen