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The Falklands War: The Untold Story

Released in 1987, just 5 years after the war itself The Falklands War: The Untold Story attempts to unravel the red tape which covered many of the facts behind the conflict. At the time key figures had remained silent, no one had been to Argentina in order to tell their side of the story and for the majority of British people this war was just another glorious chapter in their history books as pho

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Invading Iraq: How Britain & America Got It Wrong

It was a war fought to uncover weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) but it appeared to be known that Saddam Hussein did not have such weapons. The British and Americans had anticipated being welcomed as liberators along with the Iraqi army switching sides and help run the country but there was nobody to receive a surrender from. The conflict which started in 2003 was intended on being a war of pe

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The Gulf War

The Gulf War

In the winter of 1991 amid the burning oil wells of Kuwait two armies faced each other in the desert at stake were the oil wells of the Middle East and America's leadership in the world. The war in the Persian Gulf would be the first test after the Cold War of America's promise of a new world order. For the American military this would be a war fought on two fronts against an Iraqi army entrenc

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GI Junkies: The Forgotten Veterans

Originally released in 1976, GI Junkies: The Forgotten Veterans is a film by Richard Kotuk which examines the crisis that was the return of Vietnam veterans who received no hero's welcome because of their addiction to drugs. They were also stripped of their educational and medical benefits due this. In the summer of 1971, when the United States involvement in the Vietnam war was near its peak, 

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War Feels Like War

Originally released in 2004, War Feels Like War is a British film which for three months follows five reporters and photographers who managed to circumvent the military media control in order to gain access to a different perspective of the Iraq War. As the world witnessed the Coalition of the willing sweep through Iraq, some journalists in Kuwait took it upon themselves to travel in their wake

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Shot At Dawn

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Shot At Dawn

Over a million British and Commonwealth soldiers lost their lives in World War I, they left behind families and friends who though devastated by their loss could mourn them with pride as they were after all good men who died honourably fighting for their country, their sacrifice would never be forgotten. But the sacrifice of others has been forgotten though they died as soldiers on the killing

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The Fight Against Islamic State

Emile Ghessen is a former British Royal Marine Commando who served in the military for 12 years, over these years he was exposed to extensive action in Iraq and Afghanistan. However his father is from Syria and came to the United Kingdom in the 1970's but the majority of his family still live in Syria, because of this Ghessen is very much concerned with their well being due to the ongoing civil wa

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Osama Bin Laden: Up Close and Personal

Osama Bin Laden, the man who ordered the 9/11 attacks on America some how managed to evade capture for 10 years after being made public enemy no. 1. Found in Pakistan, a place no one expected him to be, he was killed on 2nd May, 2011. During this operation the Americans found private papers which revealed what life was like for Osama whilst on the run from the worlds most powerful army. The pap

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Warlords

Warlords

On July 6th 1940 in Berlin Adolf Hitler celebrated his victory in Europe, his army chief called him the greatest warlord in history. From Moscow Hitlers collaborator, the Russian leader Joseph Stalin sent his congratulations. In London the British Prime Minister Winston Churchill was isolated and the American President Franklin Roosevelt stood aloof. In the coming five years everything in the r

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