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In April 1982, Argentina's military Junta sent its armed forces to attack and occupy two British territories in the South Atlantic - the Falkland Islands and South Georgia.

Within days, Britain had put in motion its greatest naval operation since the Second World War, to expel the Argentines from its territory.

This book is the story of the Falklands War - a day-by-day, chronological account of the Argentine invasion and the conflict that liberated the islands.

Drawing from a wide range of sources, James Gibbon pieces together the events of the war, both political and military, on each day. Key events leading up to the conflict in March 1982 are also described.

This is a slightly revised and expanded second edition published in May 2013.

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