In April 1982 Britain went to war with Argentina following the Argentine occupation of the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic. This work starts with the transcripts of old Government papers showing why Britain believes it has sovreignty of these remote islands since their discovery by the Elizabethan sailor John Davies and their mapping by Charles Darwin. It then includes the text of the Franks report which describes how the war came about and why the foreign secretary resigned. The book includes several House of Commons debates and speeches by the Prime Minister, Mrs Thatcher, and the oficial account of the battle.
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