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Shackleton’s ‘Endurance’ Expedition, May 25, 1916: “Living under such conditions, piled close upon one another such as we are. . . .”

–from the diary of Thomas Orde Lees, one of the twenty-six men marooned on Elephant Island—

“25 May. Strong north-east wind. When will the pack go? 213 more words

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Stephenson Archive Moved to the Center for the History of Psychology (CHP) at U Akron

The content of William Stephenson’s study, including various books and artifacts, have now been moved to the Drs. Nicholas and Dorothy Cummings Center for the History of Psychology… 161 more words

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Intrepid

secret science and industry
drawn into service of shadows
one large little man
turned two continents
out of their dim
interbellum inertia
the pacifist dream cannot live… 89 more words

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Obituary: Mariel Brynhild Stephenson (1939-2016)

Mariel Brynhild Stephenson, the daughter of William Stephenson, the founder of Q Methodology, passed away the evening of February 29, 2016. 1,061 more words

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Two Books about World War II: Endgame 1945 and A Man Called Intrepid

Stephenson, William. A Man Called Intrepid. Guilford, CT: The Lyons Press, 1976.

Stafford, David. Endgame, 1945. New York: Little, Brown, and Company. 2007. 1,014 more words

The quiet Canadian spymaster that inspired James Bond

TORONTO – One of the world’s greatest spies was an operative for England with an affinity for martinis, a suave rapport with elite power players, and an uncanny ability to infiltrate and eliminate threats. 1,217 more words

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