The Falklands War began on the 2nd April 1982, when Argentian forces invaded the Islands and neighbouring South Georgia and Sandwich Islands. Despite being a British territory, Argentina had long disputed this. What followed was an immediate reaction by the British government led by the highly divisive Margaret Thatcher. Within 74 days, the British had reclaimed the Islands and the conflict was over. Although the war was brief, the impact it had on the futures of both Argentina and the UK was monumental. This unique keepsake book contains an abundance of coverage from The Telegraph, as it was reported at the time. It provides a fascinating insight into a conflict that was extremely short on media coverage due to its location and gives you an extremely interesting view of the media opinion of both Argentine and British government policy. This Falklands War newspaper book is A3 in size and contains over 100 pages of original Telegraph content. It is bound in a green leatherette cover and is embossed in gold foil. You can emboss the recipient’s name on the front cover, and add a personalised message to the opening page. To make this gift extra special, add a special ‘Remember When’ gift box.
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