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Major General Julian Thompson first wrote No Picnic when the momentous events of April - June 1982 were fresh in his mind. As Commander of 3 Commando Brigade, he was at the heart of the planning and conduct of the War. Under his direct command had been the Royal Marine Commandos and the two battalions of the Parachute Regiment who conducted the lion's share of the fighting.
No-one therefore is better qualified to tell the extraordinary story of there-taking of the Falkland Islands from the Argentinians. The author, now a celebrated military historian, has revised his early book and added for this 25 Anniversary edition more of his own personal thoughts and impressions.
It is all too easy to overlook just how perilous and risky a venture this expedition to the depths of the Southern Hemisphere was. Victory and defeat hung in the balance. Even those who feel they know about this most remarkable of wars will learn more from reading this classic account.
Axis Tanks of the Second World War
By: Michael Green
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Luftwaffe Bombers in the Blitz 1940-1941
By: Andy Saunders
T-34 in Action
By: Artem Drabkin, Oleg Sheremet
By: Major Tim Saunders
The Backwash of War
RAF Harrier Ground Attack - Falklands
By: Squadron Leader Jerry Pook MBE DFC
Dunkirk and the Fall of France
By: Geoffrey Stewart
Flight Craft: Hawker Hurricane
By: Martin Derry, Neil Robinson