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Falklands Crisis Collection

"Remembering the Falklands Crisis: Honoring Heroes and Celebrating Victory" In a historic moment

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: HMS Conqueror submarine returns to Faslane Holy Loch after sinking Argentine battleship

HMS Conqueror submarine returns to Faslane Holy Loch after sinking Argentine battleship General Belgrano South Atlantic Falklands War, July 1982

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: The return of the Europic Ferry from the Falklands War, Southampton

The return of the Europic Ferry from the Falklands War, Southampton. Pictured, men are greeted by awaiting families. 17th July 1982

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: The men of the 29th Marine Commando Royal Artillery return from the Falklands

The men of the 29th Marine Commando Royal Artillery return from the Falklands. They wade ashore at Plymouth from the same landing craft used in their invasion of San Carlos Bay

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Fallen heroes from the Falklands come home. Sixty four bodies are brought back in Union

Fallen heroes from the Falklands come home. Sixty four bodies are brought back in Union Jack draped containers aboard the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Sir Bedivere. Southampton

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: The return of the Europic Ferry from the Falklands War, Southampton

The return of the Europic Ferry from the Falklands War, Southampton. Pictured, Lance Bombardier Paul Smith, from Nottingham, celebrates his safe return with Sunday Mirror Task Force Ale

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Falklands Victory Parade, London. 12th October 1982

Falklands Victory Parade, London. 12th October 1982

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: The Prime Minister Mrs Margaret Thatcher at the Luncheon held for the Falklands heroes at

The Prime Minister Mrs Margaret Thatcher at the Luncheon held for the Falklands heroes at The Guildhall, London. 12th October 1982

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher meets disabled veterans at the Falklands Victory

British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher meets disabled veterans at the Falklands Victory Parade Banquet at the Guildhall, London, 12th October 1982

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Falklands Victory Parade, London. 12th October 1982

Falklands Victory Parade, London. 12th October 1982

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Royal Fleet auxiliary 'Sir Lancelot'and repair vessel Stena Seaspread arrive

Royal Fleet auxiliary "Sir Lancelot"and repair vessel Stena Seaspread arrive
Royal Fleet auxiliary " Sir Lancelot" and repair vessel Stena Seaspread arrive back from the South Atlantic. They are returning from the Falklands to a heros welcome at Portsmouth

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Royal Fleet auxiliary 'Sir Lancelot'(pictured

Royal Fleet auxiliary "Sir Lancelot"(pictured
Royal Fleet auxiliary " Sir Lancelot" (pictured) and repair vessel Stena Seaspread arrive back from the South Atlantic

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Britains luxury cruise liner Canberra sets sail from Southampton with its cargo of

Britains luxury cruise liner Canberra sets sail from Southampton with its cargo of troops heading to the Falkland Islands, prepared for war

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Pictured on the day she attends an emergency session

Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Pictured on the day she attends an emergency session on the Falklands Islands debate which is held at the House of Commons. 3rd April 1982

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Sir Edward Hawke (engraving)

Sir Edward Hawke (engraving)
964885 Sir Edward Hawke (engraving) by English School, (18th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Sir Edward Hawke. Officer of the Royal Navy (21 February 1705 - 16 October 1781)

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Eight and a half thousand bottles of specially brewed beer have been flown out to

Eight and a half thousand bottles of specially brewed beer have been flown out to the Falkland Islands, thats one bottle each for the troops stationed on the islands

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: The liner QE2 departs from Southampton to take British soldiers off to war in

The liner QE2 departs from Southampton to take British soldiers off to war in the Falkland Islands. After saying goodbye to tearful family members the soldiers boarded the ship

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Emotional scenes at Brize Norton as the survivors of the container ship Atlantic Conveyor

Emotional scenes at Brize Norton as the survivors of the container ship Atlantic Conveyor return home. The133 merchant seamen

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: The cruise ship Canberra arrives back at her berth in Southampton Docks

The cruise ship Canberra arrives back at her berth in Southampton Docks. She has returned from the Falklands bringing Marines and servicemen home after the conflict

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Canberra leaves Southampton for the Falkland Islands. Pictured

Canberra leaves Southampton for the Falkland Islands. Pictured, being seen off by bands and well wishers. 9th April 1982

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Mrs Thatcher leaving from 10 Downing Street for the House of Commons to attend

Mrs Thatcher leaving from 10 Downing Street for the House of Commons to attend the emergency session of the Falklands Islands debate. 3rd April 1982

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Prince Andrew arrives at Portsmouth on the carrier HMS Invincible

Prince Andrew arrives at Portsmouth on the carrier HMS Invincible, which sailed home from the Falklands to a tumultuous welcome

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: The carrier HMS Invincible sailed home from the Falklands to a tumultuous welcome at

The carrier HMS Invincible sailed home from the Falklands to a tumultuous welcome at Portsmouth. Prince Andrew served as a Sea King helicopter co-pilot on HMS Invincible

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: The main body of the Royal Navy Task force that is going to the Falklands set sail

The main body of the Royal Navy Task force that is going to the Falklands set sail. The carriers Invincible and Hermes leave Portsmouth on this mornings high tide

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Scenes outside the House of Commons, where an emergency session is being held

Scenes outside the House of Commons, where an emergency session is being held on the Falklands Islands debate. 3rd April 1982

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: The Falklands Governor and the Royal Marines captured during the Argentinian

The Falklands Governor and the Royal Marines captured during the Argentinian invasion arrive back in Britain. They flew back from Montevideo (Uruguay) in an RAF VC 10

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Rex Masterman Hunt, Governor of the Falkland Islands, pictured in Whitehall

Rex Masterman Hunt, Governor of the Falkland Islands, pictured in Whitehall. On the 2nd of April Argentine forces invaded the Falkland Islands

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Margaret Thatcher PM pictured speaking to the press outside Downing Street, London

Margaret Thatcher PM pictured speaking to the press outside Downing Street, London, evening of Monday 14th June 1982. Falklands Conflict

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Margaret Thatcher PM pictured outside Downing Street, London, Friday 23rd April 1982

Margaret Thatcher PM pictured outside Downing Street, London, Friday 23rd April 1982. Leaving Down Street, grim faced, as the British Task Force fast approaches the Falklands

Background imageFalklands Crisis Collection: Jubilant Prince Andrew ashore with proud father Prince Philip after the carrier HMS

Jubilant Prince Andrew ashore with proud father Prince Philip after the carrier HMS Invincible sailed home from the Falklands to a tumultuous welcome at Portsmouth 17th September 1982



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"Remembering the Falklands Crisis: Honoring Heroes and Celebrating Victory" In a historic moment, the HMS Conqueror submarine returns to Faslane Holy Loch after successfully sinking the Argentine battleship during the Falklands Crisis. The bravery and skill of our naval forces have secured a significant triumph for our nation. Amidst cheers and tears of joy, the men of the 29th Marine Commando Royal Artillery return from their arduous mission in the Falklands. Their unwavering determination and sacrifice have played an instrumental role in reclaiming our sovereignty. London witnesses a grand spectacle as thousands gather to witness the Falklands Victory Parade on October 12th, 1982. The streets are adorned with pride as we commemorate this monumental victory that has united us all. With heavy hearts, we bid farewell to fallen heroes from the Falklands who come home draped in Union Jacks. Sixty-four bodies serve as a poignant reminder of their ultimate sacrifice for freedom and justice. The Europic Ferry arrives back at Southampton harbor, bearing witness to its crucial role in transporting troops during this war. Its return symbolizes not only safe passage but also resilience amidst adversity. Prime Minister Mrs Margaret Thatcher hosts a luncheon honoring these brave warriors who fought tirelessly for our nation's cause. Her presence reflects her admiration for their courage and dedication towards protecting British interests abroad. British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher meets disabled veterans at the Falklands Victory Parade, acknowledging their immense contributions despite enduring personal hardships. Their indomitable spirit serves as an inspiration to us all. Royal Fleet Auxiliary "Sir Lancelot"and repair vessel Stena Seaspread arrive back home after providing vital support during this crisis. These vessels stand tall as symbols of strength and unity that helped secure our victory against all odds. As we remember this pivotal moment in history, let us pay tribute to Sir Edward Hawke through his engraving - an influential figure whose strategic leadership has played a significant role in our success.