The British Government and the Falkland Islands, 1974-79
Springer, Sep 2, 2014 - 270 páginas
Drawing on recently declassified government files, private papers and interviews, this book argues that through a combination of preventative diplomacy and robust defence planning, the Labour government of 1974-79 succeeded in maintaining peace, avoiding the fate of its Tory successors.
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