'The Nautilus Arrives in Ireland': Sir Hubert Wilkins with members of his crew aboard showing the broken periscope and hand rail. The Nautilus in which Sir Hubert Wilkins hopes to reach the North Pole, arrived at Queenstown, Ireland yesterday. June 23, 1931. (Photo by Photopress). Stock Photo 5513-111538634 : Superstock

'The Nautilus Arrives in Ireland': Sir Hubert Wilkins with members of his crew aboard showing the broken periscope and hand rail. The Nautilus in which Sir Hubert Wilkins hopes to reach the North Pole, arrived at Queenstown, Ireland yesterday. June 23, 1931. (Photo by Photopress).

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