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Fotos que jamas viste de Malvinas: San Carlos

Fotos que jamas viste de Malvinas: San Carlos

Falklands War, San Carlos, Saints, Military

June 8, 1982: More than 50 British soldiers killed in attacks on landing craft RFA Sir Galahad and RFA Sir Tristram off Fitzroy.

Chilling account of Sir Galahad attack reveals soldiers should have left ship

Chilling account of Sir Galahad attack reveals soldiers should have left ship - Wales Online

Crashed British Harrier during the Falklands war (guerra de las Malvinas), with an interesting message for Argentinian pilots.

Harrier crash landed at San Carlos FOB (Forward Operating Base) Falkland Islands 1982

Rick Jolly (right) taking a rare break at the frontline medical centre he set up during the Falklands War #FalklandsWar

Incredible story of the Falklands War hospital that treated victims from both side of conflict

Rick Jolly (right) taking a rare break at the frontline medical centre he set up during the Falklands War, pin by Paolo Marzioli

The ARA General Belgrano was an Argentine Navy light cruiser in service from 1951 until 1982. Previously named USS Phoenix, she saw action in the Pacific theatre of World War II before being sold to Argentina. The vessel was the second to have been named after the Argentine founding father Manuel Belgrano (1770–1820). The first vessel was a 7,069-ton armoured cruiser completed in 1899.

Former Brooklyn class light cruiser USS Phoenix, sold to Argentina in 1951 and seen here renamed as General Belgrano. She was sunk with heavy loss by British submarine HMS Conqueror during the Falklands war of

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