There is a lot of material about historic and current activity in the Antarctic at Cool Antarctica
The FRAM Museum Website contains descriptions of the expeditions of Nansen, Sverdrup and Amundsen including: Nansen: Across the Greenland ice (1888-1889) The First Fram Expedition (1893-1896) Sverdrup: The Second Fram Expedition (1898-1902) Amundsen: The Gjøa Expedition (1903-1906) The Third Fram Expedition… Read More »Fram Museum Website
Detailed maps of voyages in the Canadian Arctic from 16th to 19th Century are available on the Canada Arctic website at: http://www.sfu.ca/geog351fall02/gp2/WEBSITE/2_content_g.html These also contain chronological lists of voyages.
International Polar Foundation has accounts of modern polar expeditions on their website: http://www.explorapoles.org/ Includes information about Princess Elisabeth Antarctica research station: http://www.antarcticstation.org/
Geo-Politics in High North “The aim of the GeoPolitics in the High North research programme is to develop new knowledge about actors and their interests in the High North. The programme is led by the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies,… Read More »Geo-Politics in High North
The British Government established its first stations in the Antarctic as part of the wartime expedition known as Operation Tabarin in 1944. Its aims were to deter access to anchorages by enemy ships and to strengthen Britain’s claim to the… Read More »British Antarctic Research Stations
“Arctic is North America’s premier journal of northern research! Now in its seventh decade of continuous publishing, Arctic contains contributions from any area of scholarship dealing with the polar and subpolar regions of the world. Articles in Arctic present original… Read More »Arctic Institute of North America & The “Arctic” Journal
The history of the military in the Arctic is covered to some extent in the current website, especially where it relates to exploration, it is explored in much more detail in the author’s own Polar Military website