Falklands WarMain article: Falklands War
- "Another Man's Cause" – The Levellers (1992)
- "Como Estais Amigos" – Iron Maiden (1998)
- "Get Your Filthy Hands off My Desert" – Pink Floyd (1983)
- "Is That What You Fought the War For?" - Stiff Little Fingers (1982)
- "Island of No Return" - Billy Bragg (1984)
- "Let's Start a War... (Said Maggie One Day)" - The Exploited (1983)
- "Mentioned In Dispatches" - Television Personalities (1985)
- "The Post War Dream" – Pink Floyd (1983)
- "Sheep Farming in the Falklands" – Crass (1982)
- "Shipbuilding" – Elvis Costello and the Attractions (1983)
- "Spirit of the Falklands" – New Model Army (1982)
- "Tango Atlantico" - Joe Jackson (1986)
- "Where the Rose is Sown/ Come Back to Me" - Big Country (1984)
- "Yes Sir, I Will" – Crass (1983)
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... See also Events leading to the Falklands War#Landings on South Georgia See also Operation Paraquet Argentina established a military base, Corbeta Uruguay ... protested diplomatically, and sent a task force (Operation Journeyman) to protect the Falkland Islands from potential invasion ... Argentine forces invaded the Falkland Islands on 2 April 1982 and took Grytviken the following day, leaving 44 marines ...
... The words yomp and Exocet entered the British vernacular as a result of the war ... The Falklands War also provided material for theatre, film and TV drama and influenced the output of musicians ...
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1914 Battle of Coronel and Battle of the Falkland Islands. 1920 Falkland Islands Defence Force is formed following the First World War 1921 The killing of fur seals is banned. 1941 The issue of the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands is raised by Argentina in a Message to Congress ...
Famous quotes containing the words war and/or falklands:
“If we dont end war, war will end us.”
—H.G. (Herbert George)
“If we were doing this in the Falklands they would love it. Its part of our heritage. The British have always been fighting wars.”
—British soccer fan. quoted in Independent (London, Dec. 23, 1988)