Argentinian allegory of the Falklands War

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15/06/1982 Argentine prisoners of war massed in Port Stanley, capital of the Falkland Islands, after their surrender to the British Falkland Islands Task Force.15/06/1982

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Untold story of how 22 Royal Marines held off hundreds of Argentinians and disabled a warship on eve of Falklands War. Article in description... http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1169911/Revealed-Untold-story-22-Marines-held-hundreds-Argentinians-disabled-warship-eve-Falklands-War.html

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Falklands War: Special Boat Squadron and 148 Commando Forward Observation Battery commandos, after zeroing weapons at San Carlos, May 1982. #FalklandsWar

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On April 2, 1982 Argentine forces invaded and occupied the Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas), marking the beginning of the Falklands Conflict with the United Kingdom. The British government deployed a naval task force to reclaim sovereignty of the overseas territories in the the South Atlantic, governed under British rule since 1833. British Royal Navy frigate HMS Antelope explodes in the bay of San Carlos off East Falkland during the Falklands War, 1982.

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