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Military  History - Post World War II - The Falklands
Post World War II - The 1982 Falklands War
Covers the conflict in the South Atlantic between Britain and Argentina
after the latter invaded the islands on 2nd April,1982

Listed by Author & Title - 10 Titles per page
THE FALKLANDS MILITARY MACHINE
by Captain Derek Oakley MBE

The story of the despatch of the Task Force to re-occupy the Islands, 8,000 miles from Britain. The book examines the command and control of the Royal Navy, Army and RAF participation in the campaign, the landings, air battles, and the final victory. The operation took place more than 35 years ago and this is one of the many books available commemorating the recapture of the Falklands.

1989, Guild Publishing, , ,< H-05>,192pp, 101 b/w & 70 col illustrations, large format, very good in good d/w, ,
Subject...Post World War II - Falklands
Web No. 2948-02..............................£10.00 

TASK FORCE TRIBUTE
by Anne Pitcher

A pictorial tribute of the Falklands Task Force. Includes photographs and the troops preparing to embark, families and friends waving off the QE2, the Nordland and the Canberra. En route to the Falklands there were sports days and training runs to keep fit. There are images of Argentinian prisoners and local people after the liberation, survivors of the Atlantic Conveyor and HMS Sheffield, both of which were sunk by Exocet missile strikes, and the families waiting to greet the the Task Force upon its return.

1983, Private Publication, , ,< H-05>,landscape format. 36pp b/w photographs, Good in card covers, , CARD
Subject...Post World War II - Falklands
Web No. 35662-01..............................£12.00 

NO PICNIC: 3 COMMANDO BRIGADE IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC 1982
by Major-General Julian Thompson

Faded spine on d/w. The author commanded the assault landings on the Falklands during the 1982 war with Argentina, and later led the advance on Port Stanley, the Island's capital. An outstanding commander, his account of the planning, landing and the advance across the Islands provide graphic clarity to the, often overwhelming logistical problems and the appalling conditions his men had to endure.

1985, Leo Cooper, , 0436520524,< H-05>,xviii + 201pp, 9 b/w photos, col photos, maps, Vg in g d/w, ,
Subject...Post World War II - Falklands
Web No. 19677-01..............................£8.00 

A MESSAGE FROM THE FALKLANDS
by Editor Hugh Tinker

The Life and Gallant death of David Tinker, Lieutenent, RN, from his letters and poems. His ship The Glamorgan was the first to go into action in the Falklands and suffered a fatal Exocet attack on 12 June.

1982, Junction Books, , 0862451027,< H-05>,203pp ills, slight edgewear ow vg in card covers, , CARD
Subject...Post World War II - Falklands
Web No. 32391-01..............................£3.50 

THE FALKLANDS WAR: THE DAY BY DAY RECORD FROM INVASION TO VICTORY
by Editor Peter Way

This contemporary partwork has been professionally rebound in black boards. This collectible volume relives the dramatic events in the Spring of 1982, when the Argentine Junta, desperate to restore its popularity at home, took the extraordinary decision to invade the Falkland Islands. The conflict dominated world headlines as British forces conducted a bravely fought and skilfully directed military campaign to recapture the Islands. This is a chronological account of the campaign and the key factors that enabled Britain to succeed against all odds.

1983, Marshall Cavendish Books, , ,< H-05>,Large format, 448pp, c1500 colour & b/w photos & illustrations, 14 copies bound in black boards with gilt spine titles, ,
Subject...Post World War II - Falklands
Web No. 33836-04..............................£14.00 

LA GUERRA SECRETA POR LAS MALVINAS
by Nigel West

The SAS, MI6 and the war Whitehall nearly lost. A Spanish language edition of intelligence specialist Nigel West's volume on the secret war for the Falklands, or Las Malvinas as the islands are known in the Spanish speaking world. Scarce and collectible.

1997, Editorial Sudamericana, , 9500712784,< H-05>,259pp, 16 b/w photos, facsimille documents, Like new in card cover, Span.text, CARD
Subject...Post World War II - Falklands
Web No. 33791-04..............................£20.00 

THE SECRET WAR FOR THE FALKLANDS
by Nigel West

The SAS, MI6 and the war Whitehall nearly lost. The Falklands conflict was the first time the Royal Navy had been engaged by an enemy since 1945. It was a test of the world's latest air and defence systems and a unique opportunity to push competing fighters to their limits. This book focuses on Operation Corporate, the task force assigned to retake the Falklands, and on the clandestine efforts to deny General Galtieri the one weapon that could have turned Corporate into a humiliating defeat for Britain, the French manufactured Exocet missile.

1997, Little Brown & Co, , 0316882267,< H-05>,266pp, 16 b/w photos, facsimille documents, New, unread but slight browning to top page edges due to storage, ,
Subject...Post World War II - Falklands
Web No. 33791-02..............................£14.00 

THE SECRET WAR FOR THE FALKLANDS
by Nigel West

The SAS, MI6 and the war Whitehall nearly lost. The Falklands conflict was the first time the Royal Navy had been engaged by an enemy since 1945. It was a test of the world's latest air and defence systems and a unique opportunity to push competing fighters to their limits. This book focuses on Operation Corporate, the task force assigned to retake the Falklands, and on the clandestine efforts to deny General Galtieri the one weapon that could have turned Corporate into a humiliating defeat for Britain, the French manufactured Exocet missile. This copy has been signed by the author.

1997, Little Brown & Co, , 0316882267,< H-05>,266pp, 16 b/w photos, facsimille documents, unread but slight browning to top page edges due to storage, signed by author, ,
Subject...Post World War II - Falklands
Web No. 33791-03..............................£18.00 

THE SECRET WAR FOR THE FALKLANDS
by Nigel West

The SAS, MI6 and the war Whitehall nearly lost. The Falklands conflict was the first time the Royal Navy had been engaged by an enemy since 1945. It was a test of the world's latest air and defence systems and a unique opportunity to push competing fighters to their limits. This book focuses on Operation Corporate, the task force assigned to retake the Falklands, and on the clandestine efforts to deny General Galtieri the one weapon that could have turned Corporate into a humiliating defeat for Britain, the French manufactured Exocet missile.

1997, Warner Books, , 0751520713,< H-05>,266pp, 16 b/w illustrations, New in card cover, , CARD
Subject...Post World War II - Falklands
Web No. 33791-01..............................£8.99 

GOING BACK: RETURN TO THE FALKLANDS
by Simon Weston

Published to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the beginning of the Falklands conflict, this is the story of how former soldier Simon Weston, returned to visit the Falkland Islands. It also describes his meeting with the Argentine pilot who bombed the Sir Galahad, which resulted in the deaths of 51 soldiers from his regiment, and his own severe injuries.

1992, Bloomsbury Publishing, , 0747511616,< H-05>,183pp illustrations, Good in torn d/w, ,
Subject...Post World War II - Falklands
Web No. 36548-01..............................£6.00 

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