Too Thin for a Shroud: The Last Untold Story of the Falklands War
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It's a scream! Halloween night partygoers brave the cold with some outrageous outfits in Newcastle, Leeds...Hezbollah are better soldiers than Hamas - we could be next': RICHARD PENDLEBURY reports from one of the most strategically vulnerable communities in Israel The likes of Gary Lineker (Letters, March 10) – and indeed me – probably benefit from immigration. It is the less fortunate who are told: “Move up – there are more people coming.” This is why control is needed.
REVEALED: The 'super comfortable' power leggings from Sweaty Betty that gym goers can't get enough ofKim Kardashian's daughter North West gets her own magazine cover! The star, 10, reveals she inherited dad Kanye West's 'love of performing' James Haskell is seen for the first time since Chloe Madeley split while she sports racy boots for outing with daughter Bodhi An interesting look at the war in the Falklands. The author's purpose is to explain the issues that led to increased casualties by the British forces. The book is a good reminder of the issues that can happen in any job situation - poor communications, political infighting, inadequate resources; all led to needless casualties during the war. The author does a great job using documents from the war, the investigations that followed as well as firsthand accounts. A terrific read!