1982 - Malouines War

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  • FALKLAND ISLANDS: The wreck of British ship "HMS Sir Galahad"
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    FALKLAND ISLANDS: The wreck of British ship "HMS Sir Galahad"
    04/15/2010
    SIPA
    The wreck of the British ship "Sir Galahad" off the Falklands after it was hit by the Argentines. The Air Force proved to be the Argentine's most effective weapon in the war, as pilots made daring raid, and made ffective use of their Excocet missile. ARGENTINA - 06/1982./Credit:SIPA/SIPA/1004151306

  • MALOUINES: Prisonniers argentins
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    MALOUINES: Prisonniers argentins
    06/01/1982
    SIPA
    Prinsonniers argentins a Port Stanley, apres la reprise de la ville par les forces britanniques. Port Stanley, ARGENTINE - 11/1982.

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS: Argentine troops
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    FALKLAND ISLANDS: Argentine troops
    01/01/1982
    LAFFAILLE CHRIS/SIPA
    Argentine troops stockpiled equipment on the Falklands after taking over the islands. When the British finally attacked, the Argentines were beaten after a number of bloody battles and heavy shelling from sea and air.
    FALKLAND ISLANDS - 1982.

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS: Argentine troops
    00101247_000002
    FALKLAND ISLANDS: Argentine troops
    01/01/1982
    LAFFAILLE CHRIS/SIPA
    Argentine troops stockpiled equipment on the Falklands after taking over the islands. When the British finally attacked, the Argentines were beaten after a number of bloody battles and heavy shelling from sea and air.
    FALKLAND ISLANDS - 1982.

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS: Argentine troops
    00101247_000003
    FALKLAND ISLANDS: Argentine troops
    01/01/1982
    LAFFAILLE CHRIS/SIPA
    Argentine troops stockpiled equipment on the Falklands after taking over the islands. When the British finally attacked, the Argentines were beaten after a number of bloody battles and heavy shelling from sea and air.
    FALKLAND ISLANDS - 1982.

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS: Argentine troops
    00101247_000004
    FALKLAND ISLANDS: Argentine troops
    01/01/1982
    LAFFAILLE CHRIS/SIPA
    British troops debarking. FALKLAND ISLANDS - 1982./Credit:LAFFAILLE/SIPA/1004151229

  • ILES MALOUINES: ARMEE BRITANNIQUES
    00101247_000005
    ILES MALOUINES: ARMEE BRITANNIQUES
    01/01/1982
    LAFFAILLE CHRIS/SIPA
    ILES MALOUINES: ARMEE BRITANNIQUES







    "LAFFAILLE PHOTOGRAPHE" "ILES MALOUINES"
    ARGENTINE GUERRE "G.B. A PROPOS" "SOLDAT
    FONCTION" "ARGENTINE NATIONALITE" "BATEAU
    MILITAIRE" ARMEE "CAMP MILITAIRE"
    DEBARQUEMENT HELICOPTERE "ARGENTINE A
    PROPOS" "IMAGE NUMERISEE" "ANNEES 80"

  • ARG: GUERRE DES MALOUINES
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    ARG: GUERRE DES MALOUINES
    01/01/1982
    REX FEATURES/SIPA
    ARG: GUERRE DES MALOUINES...

  • ARG/ GUERRE DES MALOUINES
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    ARG/ GUERRE DES MALOUINES
    01/01/1997
    REX FEATURES/SIPA
    Port Stanley...

  • ARG/ GUERRE DES MALOUINES
    00318268_000003
    ARG/ GUERRE DES MALOUINES
    01/01/1997
    REX FEATURES/SIPA
    ARG/...

  • ARG/ GUERRE DES MALOUINES
    00318268_000004
    ARG/ GUERRE DES MALOUINES
    01/01/1997
    REX FEATURES/SIPA
    Port Stanley...

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS: After the war
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    FALKLAND ISLANDS: After the war
    08/06/1982
    SIPA
    Destroyed Argentine aircraft litter the runway of the airport in Port Stanley after the war. Port Stanley, FALKLAND ISLANDS -04/1983./Credit:SIPA/SIPA/1004151231

  • ETATS UNIS : Visite de la Reine Elizabeth II d'Angleterre
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    ETATS UNIS : Visite de la Reine Elizabeth II d'Angleterre
    03/01/1983
    TRIPPETT/SIPA
    Manifestations contre l'occupation des Iles Malouines par la Grande Bretagne lors de la visite de la Reine Elizabeth II d'Angleterre. Los Angeles, ETATS UNIS - 03/1983.

  • ETATS UNIS : Visite de la Reine Elizabeth II d'Angleterre
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    ETATS UNIS : Visite de la Reine Elizabeth II d'Angleterre
    03/01/1983
    TRIPPETT/SIPA
    La Reine Elizabeth II d'Angleterre lors de sa visite au Etats Unis. Los Angeles, ETATS UNIS - 03/1983.

  • ARGENTINA: Astiz during Malouins war
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    ARGENTINA: Astiz during Malouins war
    01/01/1984
    /SIPA
    Argentina: Astiz during Malouins war. on Aug .2001, Sweden will launch an investigation into Argentina death squad leader Alfredo Astiz 's alleged involvement in t

  • ARGENTINA: Astiz during Malouins war
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    ARGENTINA: Astiz during Malouins war
    01/01/1984
    /SIPA
    Argentina: Astiz during Malouins war. on Aug .2001, Sweden will launch an investigation into Argentina death squad leader Alfredo Astiz 's alleged involvement in t

  • PRINCE CHARLES AT THE FALKLANDS ISLANDS
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    PRINCE CHARLES AT THE FALKLANDS ISLANDS
    03/14/1999
    SIPA
    ...

  • PRINCE CHARLES VISITS THE FALKLANDS ISLANDIN SOUTH AMERICA
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    PRINCE CHARLES VISITS THE FALKLANDS ISLANDIN SOUTH AMERICA
    03/14/1999
    SIPA
    ...

  • PRINCE CHARLES VISITS THE FALKLANDS ISLANDIN SOUTH AMERICA
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    PRINCE CHARLES VISITS THE FALKLANDS ISLANDIN SOUTH AMERICA
    03/14/1999
    SIPA
    ...

  • PRINCE CHARLES VISITS THE FALKLANDS ISLANDIN SOUTH AMERICA
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    PRINCE CHARLES VISITS THE FALKLANDS ISLANDIN SOUTH AMERICA
    03/14/1999
    SIPA
    ...

  • ARGENTINA:CEREMONY WITH PRINCE CHARLES AT THE MEMORIAL FOR BRITISH SOLDIERS KILLED D
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    ARGENTINA:CEREMONY WITH PRINCE CHARLES AT THE MEMORIAL FOR BRITISH SOLDIERS KILLED D
    03/16/1999
    /SIPA
    URING THE FAKLAND ISLAND WAR.

  • ARGENTINA:CEREMONY WITH PRINCE CHARLES AT THE MEMORIAL FOR BRITISH SOLDIERS KILLED D
    00363152_000002
    ARGENTINA:CEREMONY WITH PRINCE CHARLES AT THE MEMORIAL FOR BRITISH SOLDIERS KILLED D
    03/16/1999
    /SIPA
    URING THE FAKLAND ISLAND WAR.PIC:PRINCE CHARLES & MO REID MOTHER OF ONE OF THE PARA TROOPERS WHO DIED.

  • ARGENTINA:CEREMONY WITH PRINCE CHARLES AT THE MEMORIAL FOR BRITISH SOLDIERS KILLED D
    00363152_000006
    ARGENTINA:CEREMONY WITH PRINCE CHARLES AT THE MEMORIAL FOR BRITISH SOLDIERS KILLED D
    03/16/1999
    /SIPA
    URING THE FAKLAND ISLAND WAR.

  • ARGENTINA:CEREMONY WITH PRINCE CHARLES AT THE MEMORIAL FOR BRITISH SOLDIERS KILLED D
    00363152_000008
    ARGENTINA:CEREMONY WITH PRINCE CHARLES AT THE MEMORIAL FOR BRITISH SOLDIERS KILLED D
    03/16/1999
    /SIPA
    URING THE FAKLAND ISLAND WAR.

  • FALKLANDS ISLAND: PRINCE CHARLES AT WREATHLAYING CEREMONY AT 1982 MEMORIAL VICTIMS
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    FALKLANDS ISLAND: PRINCE CHARLES AT WREATHLAYING CEREMONY AT 1982 MEMORIAL VICTIMS
    03/13/1999
    /SIPA
    OF FALKLANDS WAR

  • FALKLANDS ISLAND: PRINCE CHARLES AT WREATHLAYING CEREMONY AT 1982 MEMORIAL VICTIMS
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    FALKLANDS ISLAND: PRINCE CHARLES AT WREATHLAYING CEREMONY AT 1982 MEMORIAL VICTIMS
    03/23/1999
    /SIPA
    OF FALKLANDS WAR

  • FALKLANDS ISLAND: PRINCE CHARLES AT WREATHLAYING CEREMONY AT 1982 MEMORIAL VICTIMS
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    FALKLANDS ISLAND: PRINCE CHARLES AT WREATHLAYING CEREMONY AT 1982 MEMORIAL VICTIMS
    04/11/2003
    /SIPA
    OF FALKLANDS WAR

  • FALKLANDS ISLAND: PRINCE CHARLES VISIT
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    FALKLANDS ISLAND: PRINCE CHARLES VISIT
    03/13/1999
    /SIPA
    FALKLANDS ISLAND: PRINCE CHARLES VISIT







    "SIPA PHOTOGRAPHE" "ILES MALOUINES"
    ARGENTINE "VOYAGE OFFICIEL" VISITE
    "CHARLES G.B. ACCOMPAGNE" EXTERIEUR "BAIN
    DE FOULE ATTITUDE" "POIGNEE DE MAIN
    ATTITUDE" "LUNETTES DE SOLEIL ATTITUDE"
    "ILES MALOUINES A PROPOS" "IMAGE
    NUMERISEE"

  • GREAT BRITAIN : Royal Family aboard HMS Invincible
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    GREAT BRITAIN : Royal Family aboard HMS Invincible
    02/27/2006
    HUSSEIN ANWAR/SIPA
    Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip and their son Prince Andrew walk down the gangway of HMS Invincible after welcoming back Prince Andrew from the Falkland Islands in 1982. The Prince served as a navy helicopter pilot on the HMS Invincible in the war between Britain and Argentina between March to June 1982 over the Falkland Islands. GREAT BRITAIN - 1982

  • GREAT BRITAIN : Royal family aboard HMS Invincible
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    GREAT BRITAIN : Royal family aboard HMS Invincible
    02/27/2006
    HUSSEIN ANWAR/SIPA
    Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (L) accompanied by husband Prince Philip and daughter Princess Anne poses with her son Prince Andrew (2nd Left) aboard the HMS Invincible upon his return from the Falkland Islands in 1982. Prince Andrew served as a navy helicopter pilot on the HMS Invincible in the war between Argentina and Britain from March to June 1982 over the Falkland Islands. GREAT BRITAIN - 1982/0602271259

  • ARGENTINA : Demonstration against Margaret Thatcher
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    ARGENTINA : Demonstration against Margaret Thatcher
    04/01/1982
    LAFFAILLE MARIE/SIPA
    People demonstrate against english Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher in Buen os Aires. ARGENTINA - 04/1982.

  • LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
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    LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
    06/17/2007
    ANWAR HUSSEIN COLLECTION/SIPA
    Prince Charles, Prince of Wales accompanied by Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prime Minister Tony Blair, takes the salute at the Falklands Veterans Pa rade in The Mall to commemorate 25 years since the end of the Falklands War. London, UK - 17/06/2007...

  • LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
    00545831_000006
    LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
    06/17/2007
    ANWAR HUSSEIN COLLECTION/SIPA
    Prince Andrew, Duke of York (C) marches with the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm, the division he served in during the war, at the Falklands Veterans Parade in Horse Guards Parade to commemorate 25 years since the end of the Falkland s War. London, UK - 17/06/2007...

  • LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
    00545831_000005
    LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
    06/17/2007
    ANWAR HUSSEIN COLLECTION/SIPA
    Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Baroness Ma rgaret Thatcher watch a military flypast after a parade for Falkland Veteran s in The Mall to commemorate 25 years since the end of the Falklands War. Lo ndon, UK - 17/06/2007...

  • LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
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    LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
    06/17/2007
    ANWAR HUSSEIN COLLECTION/SIPA
    Prince Andrew, Duke of York (C) marches with the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm, the division he served in during the war, at the Falklands Veterans Parade in Horse Guards Parade to commemorate 25 years since the end of the Falkland s War. London, UK - 17/06/2007...

  • LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
    00545831_000016
    LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
    06/17/2007
    ANWAR HUSSEIN COLLECTION/SIPA
    Baroness Margaret Thatcher stands beside Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Tony Blair during a Falklands War commemoration at Horseguards Parade. Lond on, UK - 17/06/2007...

  • LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
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    LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
    06/17/2007
    ANWAR HUSSEIN COLLECTION/SIPA
    Former British Prime Minister Baroness Thatcher with some former Parachute R egiment members as they take part in a 25th anniversary march past for Falkl and Island conflict veterans in London. London, UK - 17/06/2007...

  • LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
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    LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
    06/17/2007
    ANWAR HUSSEIN COLLECTION/SIPA
    Prince Charles, Prince of Wales shakes hands with Baroness Margaret Thatcher during a Falklands War commemoration at Horseguards Parade. London UK - 17/ 06/2007...

  • LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
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    LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
    06/17/2007
    ANWAR HUSSEIN COLLECTION/SIPA
    Baroness Margaret Thatcher attends a Falklands War commemoration at Horsegua rds Parade. London, UK - 17/06/2007...

  • LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
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    LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
    06/17/2007
    ANWAR HUSSEIN COLLECTION/SIPA
    The Red Arrows take part in a fly past along The Mall in London during a ser vice to mark the 25th anniversary of the Falklands War. London, UK - 17/06/2 007...

  • LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
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    LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
    06/17/2007
    ANWAR HUSSEIN COLLECTION/SIPA
    Crowds walk down the Mall in London after a service to mark the 25th anniver sary of the Falklands War. London, UK - 17/06/2007...

  • LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
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    LONDON : Falklands War Commemoration Parade
    06/17/2007
    ANWAR HUSSEIN COLLECTION/SIPA
    Helecopters take part in a fly past along The Mall in London during a servic e to mark the 25th anniversary of the Falklands War. London, UK - 17/06/2007...

  • ETATS UNIS : Viiste de de la Reine Elizabeth II d'Angleterre
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    ETATS UNIS : Viiste de de la Reine Elizabeth II d'Angleterre
    05/30/2011
    TRIPPETT/SIPA
    Manifestation de protestation contre l'intervention britannique aux iles Malouines lors de la venue a Los Angeles de la Reine Elizabeth II d'Angleterre. Los Angeles, ETATS UNIS - 02/1983./Credit:TRIPPETT/SIPA/1105301122

  • ETATS UNIS : Viiste de de la Reine Elizabeth II d'Angleterre
    00038105_000007
    ETATS UNIS : Viiste de de la Reine Elizabeth II d'Angleterre
    05/30/2011
    TRIPPETT/SIPA
    Manifestation de protestation contre l'intervention britannique aux iles Malouines lors de la venue a Los Angeles de la Reine Elizabeth II d'Angleterre. Los Angeles, ETATS UNIS - 02/1983./Credit:TRIPPETT/SIPA/1105301122

  • ETATS UNIS : Viiste de de la Reine Elizabeth II d'Angleterre
    00038105_000009
    ETATS UNIS : Viiste de de la Reine Elizabeth II d'Angleterre
    05/30/2011
    TRIPPETT/SIPA
    Manifestation de protestation contre l'intervention britannique aux iles Malouines lors de la venue a Los Angeles de la Reine Elizabeth II d'Angleterre. Los Angeles, ETATS UNIS - 02/1983./Credit:TRIPPETT/SIPA/1105301122

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
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    FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    02/26/2010
    GURR BEN/THE TIMES/SIPA
    The flag of the Falkland Islands flies over ( Port ) Stanley. Diplomatic friction between the UK and Argentina is resurfacing since Britain began oil exploration 100 miles off the island's northern coast. Port Stanley, FALKLAND ISLANDS - 26/02/2010/Credit:GURR/THE TIMES/SIPA/1011291159

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
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    FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    02/26/2010
    GURR BEN/THE TIMES/SIPA
    British company Bac-Tec have begun operations in the Falkland Islands to clear the thousands of anti-personel and anti-tank mines that were left by the Argentine forces following the 1982 conflict. Many areas are affected, rendering them unsafe including Yorke Bay, near Port Stanley, which is a breeding area for Magellanic Penguins. FALKLAND ISLANDS - 26/02/2010/Credit:GURR/THE TIMES/SIPA/1011291159

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    00610036_000002
    FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    02/27/2010
    GURR BEN/THE TIMES/SIPA
    British company Bac-Tec are operating in the Falkland Islands to begin clearing the thousands of anti-personel and anti-tank mines that remain since the 1982 conflict. The islanders have learnt to live with the well marked mine fields but international pressure requires them to make their land free of the devices. Port Stanley, FALKLAND ISLANDS - 27/02/2010/Credit:GURR/THE TIMES/SIPA/1011291159

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    00610036_000038
    FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    02/27/2010
    GURR BEN/THE TIMES/SIPA
    British company Bac-Tec are operating in the Falkland Islands to begin clearing the thousands of anti-personel and anti-tank mines that remain since the 1982 conflict. The islanders have learnt to live with the well marked mine fields but international pressure requires them to make their land free of the devices. Port Stanley, FALKLAND ISLANDS - 27/02/2010/Credit:GURR/THE TIMES/SIPA/1011291159

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    00610036_000054
    FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    02/27/2010
    GURR BEN/THE TIMES/SIPA
    Bac-Tec mine sweepers take a break from work at Surf Bay, in the Falkland Islands, where thousands of anti-personel and anti-tank mines remain since the 1982 conflict. The mines laid by the Argentinian forces contain very little metal which makes them difficult to locate. International laws have forced the islanders to clear their land of the devices. FALKLAND ISLANDS - 27/02/2010/Credit:GURR/THE TIMES/SIPA/1011291159

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    00610036_000057
    FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    02/27/2010
    GURR BEN/THE TIMES/SIPA
    A Zimbabwean mine sweeper operates a metal detector at Surf Bay, in the Falkland Islands, where thousands of anti-personel and anti-tank mines remain since the 1982 conflict. The mines laid by the Argentinian forces contain very little metal which makes them difficult to locate. FALKLAND ISLANDS - 27/02/2010/Credit:GURR/THE TIMES/SIPA/1011291159

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    00610036_000048
    FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    02/27/2010
    GURR BEN/THE TIMES/SIPA
    A Zimbabwean mine sweeper operates a metal detector at Surf Bay, in the Falkland Islands, where thousands of anti-personel and anti-tank mines remain since the 1982 conflict. The mines laid by the Argentinian forces contain very little metal which makes them difficult to locate. FALKLAND ISLANDS - 27/02/2010/Credit:GURR/THE TIMES/SIPA/1011291159

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    00610036_000030
    FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    02/27/2010
    GURR BEN/THE TIMES/SIPA
    British company Bac-Tec are operating in the Falkland Islands to begin clearing the thousands of anti-personel and anti-tank mines that remain since the 1982 conflict. The islanders have learnt to live with the well marked mine fields but international pressure requires them to make their land free of the devices. Port Stanley, FALKLAND ISLANDS - 27/02/2010/Credit:GURR/THE TIMES/SIPA/1011291159

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
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    FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    02/28/2010
    GURR BEN/THE TIMES/SIPA
    A race horse is prepared for action at Goose Green race course in East Falkland. Horse racing is a passion among Falkland islanders but good horses are in decline because farmers are using quad bikes instead of them to round up cattle and sheep. Goose Green, FALKLAND ISLANDS - 28/02/2010/Credit:GURR/THE TIMES/SIPA/1011291159

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
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    FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    03/01/2010
    GURR BEN/THE TIMES/SIPA
    A sign warns of the presence of Sealions at Sealion Island, a popular nature-watcher's retreat, in the southern part of the Falkland Islands. Also on Sealion Island, colonies of Magellanic, Gentoo and Rockhopper Penguins, herds of Elephant Seals and many birds can be viewed. FALKLAND ISLANDS - 01/03/2010/Credit:GURR/THE TIMES/SIPA/1011291159

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
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    FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    03/03/2010
    GURR BEN/THE TIMES/SIPA
    Thatcher Drive, at ( Port ) Stanley, on the Falkland Islands, named in recognition of the Prime Minister at the time of the 1982 conflict. Port Stanley, FALKLAND ISLANDS - 03/03/2010/Credit:GURR/THE TIMES/SIPA/1011291159

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
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    FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    03/03/2010
    GURR BEN/THE TIMES/SIPA
    Bullet casings still litter the ground on the elevated ridge at Longdon, near Port Stanley, Falkland Islands, the scene of fierce fighting between Argentine and British forces during the 1982 conflict. Tours are conducted here for tourists, including Argentine and British war veterans, wanting to learn more about the conflict. FALKLAND ISLANDS - 03/03/2010/Credit:GURR/THE TIMES/SIPA/1011291159

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
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    FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    03/03/2010
    GURR BEN/THE TIMES/SIPA
    An Argentine 105mm gun on the elevated ridge at Longdon, near Port Stanley, Falkland Islands, the scene of fierce fighting between Argentine and British forces during the 1982 conflict. Tours are conducted here for tourists, including Argentine and British war veterans, wanting to learn more about the conflict. FALKLAND ISLANDS - 03/03/2010/Credit:GURR/THE TIMES/SIPA/1011291159

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
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    FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    03/03/2010
    GURR BEN/THE TIMES/SIPA
    A live round found on Longdon, near Port Stanley, on the Falkland Islands, the scene of fierce fighting between Argentine and British forces during the 1982 conflict. Tours are conducted here for tourists, including Argentine and British war veterans, wanting to learn more about the conflict. FALKLAND ISLANDS - 03/03/2010/Credit:GURR/THE TIMES/SIPA/1011291159

  • FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
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    FALKLAND ISLANDS : illustration
    03/03/2010
    GURR BEN/THE TIMES/SIPA
    A view of Longdon, near Port Stanley, on the Falkland Islands, the scene of fierce fighting between Argentine and British forces during the 1982 conflict. Tours are conducted here for tourists, including Argentine and British war veterans, wanting to learn more about the conflict. FALKLAND ISLANDS - 03/03/2010/Credit:GURR/THE TIMES/SIPA/1011291159

  • Argentina Falkland War
    AP21185109_000001
    Argentina Falkland War
    04/02/1982
    AP/AP/SIPA
    People in the crowd celebrate and wave flags after reports that Argentina's troops have landed on the Falkland Islands (Malvinas), on a square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Apr. 2, 1982. (AP Photo)/AP8204020179/1203021035

  • Argentine Soldiers
    AP21185094_000001
    Argentine Soldiers
    06/22/1982
    Al Campbell/AP/SIPA
    An Argentine soldier is searched by a British Royal Marine after the Argentine surrender at Port Howard, June 22, 1982. (AP Photo/Al Campbell)/AP8206220256/5973/1203021033

  • Argentine Soldiers
    AP21185094_000002
    Argentine Soldiers
    06/22/1982
    Kathy Willens/AP/SIPA
    An Argentine soldier returning from the war in the Falklands hugs his father from the window of bus Tuesday, June 22, 1982 as others reach out to greet family members. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)/AP8206220264/5973/1203021033

  • Argentine Soldiers
    AP21185094_000003
    Argentine Soldiers
    05/08/1982
    AP/SIPA
    Argentine troops are dug into their positions and ready with an anti-aircraft weapon near the coastline on the Falkland Islands, May 8, 1982. (AP Photo)/AP820508099/6017/1203021034

  • Argentine Soldiers
    AP21185094_000004
    Argentine Soldiers
    04/02/1982
    Anonymous/AP/SIPA
    Argentine Marines hoisting an Argentine flag in the Falkland Islands April 2, 1982. (AP Photo)/AP8204020104/5973/1203021037

  • Falkland Islands Company
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    Falkland Islands Company
    04/03/1982
    AP/SIPA
    Marines guard the Falkland Islands Company office in Port Stanley, Apr. 3, 1982. (AP Photo)/AP8204030137/1203021033

  • Falkland Islands                British military
    AP21185099_000001
    Falkland Islands British military
    04/06/1982
    Anonymous/AP/SIPA
    Under the white Ensign, British Royal Marine commandos line up in formation at the deck rail of the Royal Navy assault ship HMS Fearless, as she sailed from Portmouth harbour, April 6th, 1982, at Portsmouth, England. (AP Photo)/AP820406038/5994/1203021034

  • Plaza de Mayo Demonstration
    AP21185117_000001
    Plaza de Mayo Demonstration
    04/10/1982
    AP/SIPA
    Tens of thousands of Argentines gather at Plaza de Mayo to show their support to President Leopoldo Galtieri on the Falklands in Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 10,1982 ( AP Photo )/AP110908058735/26863/1203021036

  • FALKLANDS HAIG 1982
    AP21185118_000001
    FALKLANDS HAIG 1982
    04/13/1982
    SCHABER/AP/SIPA
    U.S. Secretary of State Alexander Haig speaks to reporters outside British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's official Downing Street, London, residence, April 13, 1982, after his third session of talks with Thatcher on the Falklands crisis. Haig has also had talks with Argentine leaders and is expected to return there for more consultations. (AP Photo)/AP820413011/1203021036

  • Alexander Haig
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    Alexander Haig
    04/15/1982
    Ron Edmonds/AP/SIPA
    President Ronald Reagan confers with Secretary of State Alexander M. Haig Jr., in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, April 15, 1982. The president said the Soviet Union is providing military intelligence to Argentina in the Falkland Islands crisis and told the Kremlin to "butt out." Haig told reporters he has developed new proposals for averting war with Great Britain, which he will present on a return trip to Buenos Aires on Thursday (AP Photo/Ron...

  • BRITANNIEN FALKLAND KRIEG JAHRESTAG
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    BRITANNIEN FALKLAND KRIEG JAHRESTAG
    05/01/1982
    str/AP/SIPA
    ** FILE ** The Argentinian cruiser General Belgrano sinks amid orange life rafts holding survivors in the South Atlantic Ocean, after being torpedoed by the British Royal Navy in this May 1, 1982 file photo. On June 14, 1982, Argentine forces withdrew from the Falkland Islands after being defeated by British troops following a two-month war. (AP Photo)/AP02040105767/MAY 1, 1982 FILE PHOTO EFE OUT/1203021033

  • HMS SHEFFIELD FALKLANDS
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    HMS SHEFFIELD FALKLANDS
    05/04/1982
    Anonymous/AP/SIPA
    A Type-21 Frigate, right, closes in on HMS Sheffield, spraying water from her hoses to fight the fires as a Sea King helicopter hovers overhead, May 4, 1982. HMS Sheffield, which had been hit by an Exocet missile, later sank, taking 21 lives. (AP Photo/Ministry of Defence)/AP820504057/1203021033

  • HMS SHEFFIELD FALKLANDS
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    HMS SHEFFIELD FALKLANDS
    05/04/1982
    Anonymous/AP/SIPA
    Stricken Destroyer HMS Sheffield is consumed by smoke after she had been hit by an Exocet missile, May 4, 1982. HMS Sheffield later sank, taking 21 lives. (AP Photo/Ministry of Defence)/AP820504048/1203021041

  • Harrier Jump Jets in The Fauklands
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    Harrier Jump Jets in The Fauklands
    05/06/1982
    AP/SIPA
    Harrer jump jets on the flight deck of the carrier HMS Harmes as it heads south for the Falklands April 1982. It is believed that two Harriers from the Royal Naval task forces have been lost inside the Falklands exclusion zone. (AP Photo) /AP820506055/6042/1203021045

  • Falkland Islands                                       1982
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    Falkland Islands 1982
    05/10/1982
    Anonymous/AP/SIPA
    The Argentine government news agency, Telam, released this photo May 10, 1982 in Buenos Aires, saying it was a piece of Harrier jet wreckage found near Puerto Argentino on the Falkland Islands, known as Malvinas by Argentines, following a recent British raid. (AP Photo/Telam)/AP820510059/"EFE" OUT...

  • Falkland Islands                 British military    1982
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    Falkland Islands British military 1982
    05/21/1982
    Anonymous/AP/SIPA
    This photo was made available by the British Ministry of Defense in London on May 21, 1982. Royal Marine Commandos use an assault boat, to practice landings, during training at Ascension Island in the Atlantic Ocean in May 1982. According to the British Ministry of Defence in London, British troops, including Marines and paratroops, mounted a number of landings on the Argentinian-held Falkland Islands. (AP Photo/pool)/AP820521074/5994/1203021037

  • British Attack On Falkland Islands
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    British Attack On Falkland Islands
    05/21/1982
    AP/SIPA
    This map shows the approximate locations of British attacks on the Falklands Friday, May 21, 1982 according to early reports from England and Argentina. The defense Ministry in London said British warships bombarded Port Stanley and other areas of East Falkland. It said British jet fighters attacked Fox Bay, the main base on West Falkland. The Argentine joint chiefs said its jets were pounding British ships in the Fox Bay. (AP Photo)/AP820521083/6042/1203021037

  • FALKLAND BEACH LANDING BRITISH TROOPS
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    FALKLAND BEACH LANDING BRITISH TROOPS
    05/21/1982
    PETE HOLGATE/AP/SIPA
    A British Royal Marine commando watches from his bunker as a landing craft full of equipment reaches one of the Falkland beaches during landing of British troops, May 25, 1982. (AP-Photo/PA/Pete Holgate)/AP820521010/UNITED KINGDOM OUT/1203021045

  • BRITISH FLAG FALKLAND ISLAND
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    BRITISH FLAG FALKLAND ISLAND
    05/21/1982
    AP/SIPA
    Royal Marine Commandos hoist Britian's Union Flag on the Falkland Islands, May 21, 1982, after British troops established a firm bridgehead (AP Photo/PA)/AP820521029/UNITED KINGDOM OUT/1203021052

  • UN Last Colonies
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    UN Last Colonies
    05/25/1982
    Martin Cleaver/AP/SIPA
    FILE - In this May 25, 1982 file picture, the British frigate HMS Antelope explodes in San Carlos Bay during the war over the Falkland Islands, ruled by Britain and claimed by Argentina. The 10-week conflict killed 712 Argentines, 255 Britons and three islanders. A U.N. committee on decolonization wants Britain and Argentina to negotiate over the islands, but Britain says it's up to the islanders to decide their future. (AP Photo/Pool, Martin Cleaver)/NY898/POOL PHOTO; MAY 25, 1982 FILE...

  • Falkland Islands War Dead Burial Place 1982
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    Falkland Islands War Dead Burial Place 1982
    06/01/1982
    John Leonard/AP/SIPA
    Steel helmets mark a makeshift grave for Argentine dead following the battle to retake the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic by British forces, June 1982. (AP Photo/John Leonard)/AP071012015534/1203021052

  • Argentine Prisoner
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    Argentine Prisoner
    06/14/1982
    Tom Smith/AP/SIPA
    An Argentine prisoner is blindfolded for security reasons during the British advance to Port Stanley in the Falklands in an undated photo. (AP Photo/Tom Smith) /AP070425021691/4860/1203021052

  • BRITANNIEN FALKLAND KRIEG JAHRESTAG
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    BRITANNIEN FALKLAND KRIEG JAHRESTAG
    06/14/1982
    AP/SIPA
    ** FILE ** The Union Jack flies over Ajax Bay on the Falkland Islands in this 1982 file picture. On June 14, 1982, Argentine forces withdrew from the Falkland Islands after being defeated by British troops following a two-month war. (AP Photo )/AP070329046166/1982 FILE PICTURE/1203021056

  • Argentina Falklands Ceasefire News 1982
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    Argentina Falklands Ceasefire News 1982
    06/15/1982
    Kathy Willens/AP/SIPA
    Argentines gather by the hundreds in Calle Florida in front of the La Nacion newspaper offices to read the headlines and discuss developments in the war over the Falkland Islands after a cease fire was announced, June 15, 1982. The Argentine flag waves overhead. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)/AP8206150115/1203021034

  • Argentine Troops Surrender
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    Argentine Troops Surrender
    06/17/1982
    Tom Smith/AP/SIPA
    Argentine soldiers lie face down under guard by British soldiers after their surrender in the Falkland Islands, June 17, 1982. (AP Photo/Tom smith)/AP820617097/6017 UK OUT/1203021034

  • FALKLANDS WARS PUCARA WRECKAGE
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    FALKLANDS WARS PUCARA WRECKAGE
    06/18/1982
    AP/SIPA
    A member of the British task force looks at the wreckage of a burnt out Pucara aircraft on the runway at Port Stanley airport after surrender of Argentine forces on the Falkland Islands, June 18, 1982, during the Falklands Wars. (AP Photo)/AP820618032/1203021035

  • Relatives Of Argentine Soldiers
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    Relatives Of Argentine Soldiers
    06/24/1982
    Kathy Willens/AP/SIPA
    Relatives of Argentine soldiers who have not yet returned from the South following the war in the Falklands (Malvinas) Islands line up for information from military personnel at a temporary location in Buenos Aires Thursday Jun. 24, 1982. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)/AP8206240239/5973/1203021034

  • BRITISH TASK FORCE PRINCE ANDREW
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    BRITISH TASK FORCE PRINCE ANDREW
    07/01/1982
    MARTIN CLEAVER/AP/SIPA
    Britain's Prince Andrew, 22, second from right, and other British task force helicopter pilots pose during their visit to Port Stanley in the Falkland Islands, after the Argentine surrender in the Falklands War, July 1982. The others are not identified. The Prince piloted one of the Sea Kings during the Falklands War. (AP Photo/Martin Cleaver)/AP8207010185/MOD POOL PHOTO/1203021055

  • HMS Antelope Burning
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    HMS Antelope Burning
    07/05/1982
    Tom Smith/AP/SIPA
    The British frigate HMS Antelope burning and pouring smoke, sinks in the chilly waters of Ajax Bay in Falkland Sound, May 24, 1982. (AP Photo/Tom Smith)/AP820705081/6017 UK OUT/1203021035

  • GREAT BRITAIN'S WARRIR PRINCE RETURN FROM FALKLANDS
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    GREAT BRITAIN'S WARRIR PRINCE RETURN FROM FALKLANDS
    09/17/1982
    DAVID CAULKIN/AP/SIPA
    Britain's Prince Andrew returns home from the Falkland Islands conflict aboard the Royal Navy Aircraft Carrier HMS Invincible and was greeted with a kiss from his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, and a tumultous welcome from 15,000 well-wishers. Many of the well-wishers yelled "well done Andy" as he moved past a forest of outstretched hands. (AP Photo/David Caulkin) 17.9.1982/AP820917012/1982 FILE PHOTO/1203021036

  • ENGLAND PRINCE ANDREW
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    ENGLAND PRINCE ANDREW
    09/17/1982
    JOHN REDMAN/AP/SIPA
    Britain's Prince Andrew, arrowed by one of his colleagues of 820 Naval Air Squadron, stand before one of the Sea King helicopters, on board aircraft carrier HMS Invincible, in Portsmouth Harbour, England, on Sept. 17, 1982. The Prince piloted one of the Sea Kings during the Falklands War.(AP Photo/John Redman)/AP8209170268/APCOL/1203021041

  • Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher Falkland Island  Mine Field
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    Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher Falkland Island Mine Field
    01/09/1983
    Anonymous/AP/SIPA
    British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher stands besides a sign warning of a mine field during a visit to the Falkland Islands on Sunday, Jan. 9, 1983. The mine field is a grim reminder of the problems facing the Islanders as they try to return to normalcy after the war with Argentina. (AP Photo)/AP8301090786/17064/1203021056

  • Argentinian Cemetary Falkland Island
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    Argentinian Cemetary Falkland Island
    04/19/1983
    AP/SIPA
    The Argentinian cemetary at Darwin, East Fauklands is shown April 19, 1983 where 251 Argentinian servicemen are buried. The graves are marked by a simple white cross and approximately 100 of the dead are unidentified. Over 500 relatives of Britain's war dead have visited the Islands to see the war graves and it is expected that Argentinean relatives may make a similar pilgrimage. (AP Photo)/AP830419078/6042/1203021049

  • Prince Andrew
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    Prince Andrew
    07/11/1983
    AP/SIPA
    Prince Andrew, right, accompanied by Defense Secretary Michael Heseltine, at Heathrow Airport, London on Monday, July 11, 1983 when he flew to Yeovilton to open an exhibition at the Fleet Air Arm Museum. The exhibition portrays the part played by the Royal Navy and it¿s flying forces in the Falklands war. The Prince flew Sea King helicopters from HMS Invincible during the battle. (AP Photo)/AP8307110133/24375 HARDCOPY PRINT/1203021036

  • Prince Andrew
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    Prince Andrew
    09/17/1984
    Anonymous/AP/SIPA
    Britain¿s Prince Andrew takes photographs in Port Stanley, following the Falklands war with Argentina, in which he participated as a helicopter pilot. Some of the prince's more serious photographic efforts, are on display in London, Sept. 17, 1984 prior to the launch of the Ilford 1985 calendar. (AP Photo/Press Association)/AP8409170282/24343/1203021036

  • Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher
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    Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher
    10/10/1984
    Peter Kemp/AP/SIPA
    Britain¿s Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher smiles at the annual Conservative Party Conference during a debate on defense, Wednesday, Oct. 10, 1984 at Brighton. During the debate, Defense Minister Michael Heseltine defended the British government¿s decision to sing the Argentinean cruiser General Belgrano, during the Falklands War in 1982. (AP Photo)/AP8410100419/16939/1203021052

  • ALFREDO ASTIZ
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    ALFREDO ASTIZ
    12/09/1984
    Anonymous/AP/SIPA
    Navy Captain Alfredo Astiz arrives at a Federal court building Dec. 9, 1984 in Buenos Aires, Argentina to testify on the disappearance of Dagmar Hagelin, a Swedish girl he reportedly arrested and wounded in 1977, in the course of an anti-guerrrilla operation. Federal judge Miguel del Castillo ordered his arrest and confined him to a Navy prison after Artiz refused to testify before a civilian judtge. A Marine officer, Artiz won notority in May 1982 when he surrendered to the British the...

  • Gentoo Penguins
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    Gentoo Penguins
    03/18/1988
    Martin Cleaver/AP/SIPA
    Soldiers of the 3rd Battalion light infantry encounter a large number of Gentoo penguins while on patrol during exercise Firefocus Friday, March 18, 1988 at Bertha Beach, Falkland Islands. (AP Photo/Martin Cleaver) /AP880318048/5973/1203021037

  • BRITAIN MENEM
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    BRITAIN MENEM
    03/10/1990
    ADAM BUTLER/AP/SIPA
    President of the Argentine Republic, Carlos Saul Menem, during a British Argentine Chamber of Commerce conference at the Queen Elizabeth II Hall in London Wednesday, 28 October, 1998. Menem is on a 6 day official visit, the first time an Argentine president has visited Britain since the Falklands War in 1982. (AP Photo/Adam Butler/POOL)/AP900310015/pool/1203021045

  • BRITAIN NAVAL CLOSURE
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    BRITAIN NAVAL CLOSURE
    11/07/1995
    CHRIS BACON/AP/SIPA
    A convoy of 14 Royal Navy minesweepers and fishery protection ships leave the Rosyth naval base on the Firth of Forth in Scotland, Tuesday Nov. 7, 1995, for new bases in different parts of Britain. The Rosyth base, which is scheduled for closure in March 1996, dates back to before World War I, and in the past fifty years has been involved in every major conflict from the Korean war, the Suez conflict to the Falklands and Gulf wars. In background is the Forth railway bridge.(AP Photo/Chris...