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By Gregory Fremont-Barnes

The Falklands warfare is a narrative of career, fierce air battles, heavy naval losses and sour encounters among flooring forces amidst an inhospitable terrain and unforgiving weather. With complicated political machinations and nationalist sentiment on the centre of the clash, even at the present time the sovereignty of the islands is hotly contested in political circles.

For the 1st time, popular army historian Gregory Fremont-Barnes has compiled a definitive A–Z consultant to the British involvement within the Falklands clash, together with personalities, guns, battles, ships, areas and lots more and plenty extra. This available but accomplished spouse to the Falklands conflict should be a great addition to any enthusiast’s shelves.

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