One Hundred Days - Falkland Memoirs

Author(s): Paula J. Woodward; Amanda Robinson


This account of the Falklands War is by the commander of the British Task Force, Admiral Sandy Woodward. On 5 April 1982, three days after the invasion of the Falkland Islands, British armed forces were ordered to sail 8,000 miles to the South Atlantic unaware of what lay ahead of them or whether they would be committed to war with Argentina. In his memoirs, Admiral Sandy Woodward, Task Force commander from the aircraft carrier Hermes, take us from day one to day 100 of the conflict; from sailing through the waters of the Atlantic with hopes of a political settlement fading, and war becoming increasingly likely, to the repulse of the Argentinian navy and the daring amphibious landing at San Carlos Water.


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General Fields

  • : 9780002157230
  • : harper collins
  • : harper collins
  • : 0.002
  • : February 1992
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Paula J. Woodward; Amanda Robinson
  • : Hardback
  • : 997.11
  • : xix, 360