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A MESSAGE FROM THE FALKLANDS

by Editor Hugh Tinker

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(Subject: Post World War II - Falklands) The Life and Gallant death of David Tinker, Lieutenent, RN, from his letters and poems. His ship The Glamorgan was the first to go into action in the Falklands and suffered a fatal Exocet attack on 12 June. (Published: 1982) (Publisher: Junction Books) (ISBN: 0862451027) (Pagination: 203pp ills) (Condition: slight edgewear ow vg in card covers) UL-XXXXXX
  • Bookseller: Military History Books GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 32391-01
  • Title: A MESSAGE FROM THE FALKLANDS
  • Author: Editor Hugh Tinker
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Paperback
  • ISBN 10: 0862451027
  • ISBN 13: 9780862451028
  • Publisher: Junction Books
  • Place: London
  • This edition first published: 1982
  • Keywords: Post World War II - Falklands The Life and Gallant death of David Tinker, Lieutenent, RN, from his letters and poems. His ship The Glamorgan was the first to go into action in the Falklands and suffered a fatal Exocet attack on 12 June. UL-XXXXXX
  • Bookseller catalogs: (Subject: Post World War II - Falklands @ militaryhistorybooks.com );

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