Status: Needs Review

9 A

cross the Arctic probably from Alaska to Europe the summer of 1924,* and has

*A later announcement said that preparations could not be madg in time for
1924 but that the transarctic voyage would probably be made by the U.S. Navy in 1925.

said that "it must be realized that polar routes by air connecting England,
Japan, Alaska, and Siberia are possibilities in the near future and that they
will be of incalculable value in cutting down time and distance between those
points." Since these men are in high authority in two of the most progressive
countries of the world, what they have said is more significant than my having
said the same thing a year earlier (August, 1922). *

Notes and Questions

Nobody has written a note for this page yet

Please sign in to write a note for this page