Sea Combat of the Falklands – The lessons must be learned

£9.20

Britain’s successful war with Argentina to repossess the Falklands witnessed the largest combined sea and air battles fought since the Second World War. The courage of Royal Navy commanders, sailors and pilots was put to a severe test on more than one occasion and was never found wanting. But there were tragic losses of men and ships and there remain disturbing questions which need to be answered.

Availability: 1 in stock

Britain’s successful war with Argentina to repossess the Falklands witnessed the largest combined sea and air battles fought since the Second World War. The courage of Royal Navy commanders, sailors and pilots was put to a severe test on more than one occasion and was never found wanting. But there were tragic losses of men and ships and there remain disturbing questions which need to be answered.

Author=Antony Preston
Pages=143
Published=1982
Book Condtion=Ex public library book.library plate on front endpaper.generally excellent condition

Weight 595 g

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.