George Mallory and Andrew Irvine
George Leigh Mallory
A short biography of the talented climber George Mallory who took part in the first three British expeditions to Mount Everest in the early 1920s.
Andrew ‘Sandy’ Irvine
A short biography of Andrew Irvine who was the climbing partner of George Mallory on Mount Everest in 1924.
Mallory and Irvine Memorials
There are many memorials that have been set up over the years to remind us of our national heroes George Mallory and Andrew Irvine, here we look at some of them.
New Interpretations and Implications of Mallory’s last notes By Philip Summers
The notes that George Mallory wrote and sent down to Noel Odell while on Mount Everest in 1924 are of great importance in knowing Mallory’s last moves before the summit attempt. This article takes a look at what exactly the notes say.
Prospects for the Camera Film Viability – A New Analysis By Philip Summers
If the missing camera that either George Mallory or Andrew Irvine had on there person is found will it be suitable for processing? This article looks at the chances of the film being processed or it being damaged.
A New Analysis of the Wider Implications of the Missing Mallory Camera Pertaining to Mallory and Irvine’s Summit Prospects by Philip Summers
When the body of George Mallory was found in 1999 it was hoped the camera would have been found too, but it was not. Where was it? Did Mallory drop it during his fall? Did he give it to Irvine? This article looks at what could of happen to the camera.
A New Theory Explaining Mallory and Irvine’s ‘Second Step’ Sighting by Odell and its Implications by Philip Summers
At 12.50 on the 8th June 1924 Noel Odell said he saw Mallory and Irvine climb a prominent rock-step. What step did he see them at? Did Odell actually see them at all? This article looks at where Noel Odell probably saw them.