Damian Eustace-Roberts

Damian Eustace-Roberts

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Vietnam War *

12 Apr Saigon, Vietnam — Vietnam- Soldiers of the Infantry Division look at the bodies of more than 50 Viet Cong killed in the Battle of Good Friday 80 miles NW of Saigon The Infantry Division was participating in.

Dead Argentine soldier, Falklands war 1982, pin by Paolo Marzioli

FKD A dead Argentine soldier possibly of Regimento de Infanteria 4 Infantry Regiment) on Mount Harriet near Port Stanley. B and C Companies of this regiment defended Mount Harriet on the night of 11 - 12 June 1982 and suffered 23 casualties

mjmoss: “ 11-12th June 1982, British troops from the Parachute Regiment capture the Argentine occupied Mount Longdon after a fierce night battle. Mt Longdon defended the approach to Stanley, the Falkland’s occupied capital. The capture of the...pin by Paolo Marzioli

mjmoss: “ June British troops from the Parachute Regiment capture the Argentine occupied Mount Longdon after a fierce night battle. Mt Longdon defended the approach to Stanley, the Falkland’s occupied capital. The capture of the.pin by Paolo Marzioli

THE THIRD BATTALION, THE PARACHUTE REGIMENT IN THE FALKLANDS: PHOTOGRAPHS BY SERGEANT G COLBECK.

A soldier of the Third Battalion, Parachute Regiment with two Argentine soldiers, one who is close to death. Mount Longdon, Falkland Islands - June [[MORE]] Looking at it again, it could be.

THE THIRD BATTALION, THE PARACHUTE REGIMENT IN THE FALKLANDS: PHOTOGRAPHS BY SERGEANT G COLBECK.

A soldier of the Third Battalion, Parachute Regiment with two Argentine soldiers, 1982

3 Para at the Battle of Mount Longdon, Falklands War 1982

3 Para at the Battle of Mount Longdon, Falklands War 1982

apostlesofmercy: “ Two paratroopers catch a break after the Battle of Mount Longdon during the Falklands War - 12 June 1982. ”

apostlesofmercy: “ Two paratroopers catch a break after the Battle of Mount Longdon during the Falklands War - 12 June ”

An abandoned Argentine recoilless gun remains 20 March, 2007 in Mount Longdon, one of the places where the soldiers bitterly fought during the war for the possession of the Malvinas/Falkland islands in 1982 between Argentina and the United Kingdom. Twenty-five years later Buenos Aires continues to claim sovereignty over the islands, which the country's then military junta invaded on April 2, 1982. More than 900 people died, including 655 Argentines, 255 British troops and three islanders…

An abandoned Argentine recoilless gun remains 20 March, 2007 in Mount Longdon, one of the places where the soldiers bitterly fought during the war for the possession of the Malvinas/Falkland islands in 1982 between Argentina and the United Kingdom. Twenty-five years later Buenos Aires continues to claim sovereignty over the islands, which the country's then military junta invaded on April 2, 1982. More than 900 people died, including 655 Argentines, 255 British troops and three islanders…

Former Argentine stronghold in a cave in Mount Longdon, Falklands, 20 March, 2007. Mount Longdon, near Stanley, was one of the places where the soldiers bitterly fought during the war for the possession of the Malvinas/Falkland islands in 1982 between Argentina and the United Kingdom in the South Atlantic. Twenty-five years later, Buenos Aires continues to claim sovereignty over the islands, which the country's then military junta invaded on April 2, 1982. More than 900 people died…

Former Argentine stronghold in a cave in Mount Longdon, Falklands, 20 March, 2007. Mount Longdon, near Stanley, was one of the places where the soldiers bitterly fought during the war for the possession of the Malvinas/Falkland islands in 1982 between Argentina and the United Kingdom in the South Atlantic. Twenty-five years later, Buenos Aires continues to claim sovereignty over the islands, which the country's then military junta invaded on April 2, 1982. More than 900 people died…

mount longdon

mount longdon

A commemorative plaque and crosses at Mount Longdon, Falklands, 20 March, 2007. Mount Longdon, near Stanley, was one of the places where the soldiers bitterly fought during the war for the possession of the Malvinas/Falkland islands in 1982 between Argentina and the United Kingdom in the South Atlantic. Twenty-five years later, Buenos Aires continues to claim sovereignty over the islands, which the country's then military junta invaded on April 2, 1982. More than 900 people died, including…

A commemorative plaque and crosses at Mount Longdon, Falklands, 20 March, 2007. Mount Longdon, near Stanley, was one of the places where the soldiers bitterly fought during the war for the possession of the Malvinas/Falkland islands in 1982 between Argentina and the United Kingdom in the South Atlantic. Twenty-five years later, Buenos Aires continues to claim sovereignty over the islands, which the country's then military junta invaded on April 2, 1982. More than 900 people died, including…

Mount Longdon

Mount Longdon