The Official History of the Falklands Campaign, Volume 1: The Origins of the Falklands War: v. 1 (Government Official History Series) Hardcover – 28 Jun 2005
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'In Lawrence Freedman, the campaign has found an impeccable official chronicler.' - Max Hastings, Sunday Telegraph
'Freedman is not just a good historian but a terse, readable writer. This is a fine book about modern war, warts and all, in an age when such evenly balanced conflicts are rare.' - Simon Jenkins, Sunday Times
'Drawing on an impressive range of government archives, as well as on interviews with key participants, this is official history at its best.' - Jeremy Black, University of Exeter, UK
'These two volumes are a formidable achievement and, not least because of access to the official files, provide a major resource for scholars and others concerned with public policy.' - Jeremy Black, University of Exeter, UK
'Freedman deserves high praise. It would be good to see a comparable account of the recent war but I doubt it.' - Jeremy Black, University of Exeter, UK
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You would expect such a tome to be very dry and tough to digest, but in fact it is extremely well written and draws you into a complex narrative.
Many people may be tempted to skip Volume I in favour of the meat of Volume II. This smaller book does form an integral part of the overall history and should not be missed.