Once upon a time…
No, this is not a tale and Paul-Emile Victor is not a legend. He’s simply a man who had dreams and gave himself the ability to actually create and live them.
In 1934, Paul-Emile Victor forced a meeting with Jean-Baptiste Charcot. He convinced him to leave him and his three companions on the east coast of Greenland in order to study for one year the unknown inhabitants from the Angmassalik district.
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