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 The goals of the venture were imprecise, but a circumnavigation of the Antarctic continent and investigation of some "lost" sub-Antarctic islands, such as Tuanaki, were mentioned as objectives.  Rowett agreed to finance the entire expedition, which became known as the Shackleton–Rowett Expedition.  On 16 September 1921, Shackleton recorded a farewell address on a sound-on-film system created by Harry Grindell Matthews, who claimed it was the first "talking picture" ever made.  The expedition left England on 24 September 1921. Although some of his former crew members had not received all their pay from the Endurance expedition, many of them signed on with their former "Boss".
 Shackleton used his considerable fund-raising skills, and the expedition was financed largely by private donations, although the British government gave £10, 000 (about £900, 000 in 2019 terms). Scottish jute magnate Sir James Caird gave £24, 000, Midlands industrialist Frank Dudley Docker gave £10, 000, and tobacco heiress Janet Stancomb-Wills gave an undisclosed but reportedly "generous" sum.
" Study of diaries kept by Eric Marshall, medical officer to the 1907–09 expedition, suggests that Shackleton suffered from an atrial septal defect ("hole in the heart"), a congenital heart defect, which may have been a cause of his health problems.  Shackleton's will was proven in London on 12 May 1922. Dying heavily in debt, Shackleton's small estate consisted of personal effects to the value of £556 2s. 2d. (equivalent to £32, 306 in 2021) which he bequeathed to his wife.  Lady Shackleton survived her husband by 14 years, dying in 1936.
 The Yelcho took the crew first to Punta Arenas and after some days to Valparaiso in Chile where crowds warmly welcomed them back to civilisation. There remained the men of the Ross Sea Party, who were stranded at Cape Evans in McMurdo Sound, after Aurora had been blown from its anchorage and driven out to sea, unable to return. The ship, after a drift of many months, had returned to New Zealand. Shackleton travelled there to join Aurora, and sailed with her to the rescue of the Ross Sea party.
 Shackleton's fellow-explorers expressed their admiration; Roald Amundsen wrote, in a letter to RGS Secretary John Scott Keltie, that "the English nation has by this deed of Shackleton's won a victory that can never be surpassed".  Fridtjof Nansen sent an effusive private letter to Emily Shackleton, praising the "unique expedition which has been such a complete success in every respect".  The reality was that the expedition had left Shackleton deeply in debt, unable to meet the financial guarantees he had given to backers. Despite his efforts, it required government action, in the form of a grant of £20, 000 (2008: £1. 5 million) to clear the most pressing obligations.
This book, as well as being a tribute to the explorer, was a practical effort to assist his family; Shackleton died some £40, 000 in debt (equivalent to £2, 323, 748 in 2021) A further initiative was the establishment of a Shackleton Memorial Fund, which was used to assist the education of his children and the support of his mother.  During the ensuing decades Shackleton's status as a polar hero was generally outshone by that of Captain Scott, whose polar party had by 1925 been commemorated on more than 30 monuments in Britain alone, including stained glass windows, statues, busts and memorial tablets.  A statue of Shackleton designed by Charles Sargeant Jagger was unveiled at the Royal Geographical Society's Kensington headquarters in 1932,  but public memorials to Shackleton were relatively few.
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