One Hundred Days
by Sandy Woodward , Patrick Robinson
Editor: HarperCollins Publishers
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Updated for the 30th anniversary of the Falklands War, it is the most popular model, very famous and the most famous account of the conflict, written by the commander of the British expeditionaryOn 5 April 1982, three days after the invasion of the Falkland Islands, the British armed forces were commanded under sail 8000 miles south of the Atlantic not knowing what was ahead of them, or if they would be committed to war with ArgentinaIn these captivating memoirs, Admiral Sandy Woodward, commander of the Task Force carrier Hermes, takes us from the very first day, a hundred or so conflicts; from sailing in the waters of the Atlantic, with the hope of a political settlement of decoloration, and the war becomes more and more likely, to push it back from the Argentinian navy and from the audacity of landing amphibious in San Carlos de l’EauThe war, which claimed the lives of more than 1,000 men, left a legacy of several historical debates and controversies, following the sinking of ships such as the HMS Coventry, the HMS Sheffield and Sir Galahad, and the Argentine cruiser, the Belgrano district, to broader issues such as how it was command and modern air and naval warfare, the greatest naval action since World War II”Hundred Days” is unique in its dramatic representation of the modern world of naval warfare, where, despite the use of sophisticated equipment and communication, the margins of human error and courage were as wide as they were in Nelson’s days.
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