Falklands War

The Government has “lost” a shed-load of our national archives. This seems to have come to light now simply because we are
June 14th marks 35 years since the end of the Falklands War, in which 649 Argentine soldiers, 255 British military personnel, and three Falkland Islanders died during the hostilities. For many of our servicemen who fought in the short but bloody conflict, it was only the beginning of a larger battle to come.
“A widely published allegation that someone has either vandalised a war memorial or approved of such an act will inevitably
The philosopher George Simmel once wrote in praise of the 'stranger', describing how the stranger is both 'near' and 'far away' at the same time. My relationship to those Malvinas veterans could not be better described.
Lola Arias has brought together real British and Argentinian veterans from the Falklands War, and created a piece that not only bears witness to their devastating experiences of a bloody, nasty, and contentious war, but enables us to see healing happen before our very eyes.
Gibraltar wants to remain in the European Union even if the United Kingdom voted to leave. Gibraltar can please itself. Nowhere
Private papers belonging to Margaret Thatcher were donated to the nation on Thursday in lieu of £1 million in inheritance
Argentina summoned the British ambassador to the foreign office in Buenos Aires on Thursday to inform London that criminal
The Argentine ambassador has been hauled into the British Foreign Office to explain a threat by Buenos Aires to prosecute