This first volume describes the response to the invasion: amidst a round of defence cuts, the armed services were asked to conduct a war half-a-world away. How did they meet the logistical challenge? How did the first engagements with the enemy match expectations?
Drawing upon the vast resources of the Imperial War Museum's Sound Archive, Forgotten Voices of the Falklands presents the first complete oral history of the Falklands War. This audiobook is a unique and essential chronicle of the conflict from all sides and perspectives, told in the participants' own voices.
©2007 Hugh McManners and the Imperial War Museum; (P) Random House
"Forgotten Voices of the Falklands, the latest Imperial War Museum oral history, brings sharply home the heroics and obscenities of war. Hearing those involved talk about the 1982 conflict conjures up images more vivid than any photograph..."(Christina Hardyment)
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This recordings audio is terrible, it contains various people recounting their stories but was not mixed in anyway. Some passages are loud some are soft and alot of background noise at times. The hodgepodge of information makes it all but impossible to piece together the order of the conflict. I would not recommend this to anyone, and I listened to all three books.
"Excellent series one person mumbles"
The who Forgotten Voices series is quite excellent. There is, unfortunately, one individual who when interviewed (Gerald Cheek) who mumbles so badly that he is unintelligible at very best. They should have read this persons responses. There are times when you can't understand a single word. Every other person interviewed is clear as a bell by comparison.
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