Aleksandr Dralkin

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Aleksandr Gavrilovich Dralkin (Russian: Александр Гаврилович Дралкин) (November 3, 1911 – 2007) was a Soviet oceanologist, geographer and polar[1] explorer. He was a leader of the Fourth Soviet Antarctic Expedition and the Seventh Soviet Antarctic Expedition. He also worked on the North Pole-4 drifting ice station (1954–1957) in the Arctic Ocean. Dralkin died in 2007.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Egorov, Boris (2018-02-26). "How Soviet off-road vehicles conquered the South Pole". Retrieved 2018-05-31.
  2. ^ ResearchGate: Igor Maximov