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The First Chilean Antarctic Expedition (1947–1948) was an expedition to Antarctica mounted by the Chilean government and military to enforce its territorial claims against British challenges, namely Operation Tabarin. The expedition was led by Commodore Federico Guesalaga Toro. The German-Chilean Hans Helfritz served as the expedition's official photographer.

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  • Chilean Antarctic Expedition
  • Segunda Expedición Antártica Chilena
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  • The First Chilean Antarctic Expedition (1947–1948) was an expedition to Antarctica mounted by the Chilean government and military to enforce its territorial claims against British challenges, namely Operation Tabarin. The expedition was led by Commodore Federico Guesalaga Toro. The German-Chilean Hans Helfritz served as the expedition's official photographer.
  • La segunda expedición antártica chilena, también denominada «segunda campaña antártica chilena» y «segunda operación antártica chilena» ,​ se desarrolló entre el 18 de diciembre de 1947 y el 1 de marzo de 1948.
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  • The First Chilean Antarctic Expedition (1947–1948) was an expedition to Antarctica mounted by the Chilean government and military to enforce its territorial claims against British challenges, namely Operation Tabarin. Among other accomplishments the expedition established Base General Bernardo O'Higgins Riquelme on February 18, 1948. Chilean President Gabriel González Videla personally inaugurated the base, thereby becoming the first head of state to set foot on the continent. The inactive research station González Videla Antarctic Base is named in his honor. The O'Higgins Base is still operated by the Chilean Army, one of the Antarctic bases with the longest times of continuous operation. The expedition was led by Commodore Federico Guesalaga Toro. The German-Chilean Hans Helfritz served as the expedition's official photographer.
  • La segunda expedición antártica chilena, también denominada «segunda campaña antártica chilena» y «segunda operación antártica chilena» ,​ se desarrolló entre el 18 de diciembre de 1947 y el 1 de marzo de 1948. Dentro de sus objetivos se encontrón el relevo de la primera dotación de Estación Meteorológica y Radiotelegráfica Soberanía de la Armada de Chile, la construcción de una segunda base científica en la península Antártica a cargo del Ejército de Chile, realizar exploraciones náuticas, además de toda actividad profesional y científica factible.​ Dentro de sus mayores logros esta la inaguracción de esta segunda base antártica por parte del Presidente Gabriel González Videla, primer Jefe de Gobierno en ejercicio en visitar el continente antártico.​​
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