FALKLANDS WAR 25 PART THREE

We continue a major series to mark the 25 anniversary of the conflict in the South Atlantic with a whole raft of fascinating features:

A CLOSE RUN THING

Type 21 frigate HMS Ardent

Pictured: The Type 21 frigate HMS Ardent, which was to become a casualty of war in May 1982.
Photo: Royal Navy.

Our narrative of the war takes us from the British landings to the surrender of the Argentinean occupiers.

THE COMMANDO MEDIC’S STORY
One man’s war, saving lives under fire.

YOMPING TO VICTORY
How the Royal Marines spearheaded the land campaign.

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE HILL
The Argentinean perspective on key battles.

RELIVING THE CONFLICT
Veterans of the war recall their most vivid memories at the launch of a new exhibition in the Imperial War Museum.

A TALE OF HOME AND AWAY
A husband & wife reveal the story behind their Falklands experiences.

FRIGATES’ WAR
The epic story of the warships that bore the brunt of fighting in San Carlos Water.

LUCKY ACTIVE’S HOT WAR
A Royal Navy flag officer talks about his ship’s South Atlantic mission.

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