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A grateful Heathman family remembers when their farm, close to Stanley became a base for British forces

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To mark the 40th anniversary of the Falkland Islands conflict, a group of young paratroopers has journeyed to the South Atlantic. In the Islands, they have retraced the footsteps of their predecessors and learned about their regimental history –through the medium of tea and treasure.
A grateful Heathman family remembers when their farm, close to Stanley became a base for British forces
10 days ago·Falkland Islands (Malvinas)

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A grateful Heathman family remembers when their farm, close to Stanley became a base for British forces

To mark the 40th anniversary of the Falkland Islands conflict, a group of young paratroopers has journeyed to the South Atlantic. In the Islands, they have retraced the footsteps of their predecessors and learned about their regimental history –through the medium of tea and treasure.

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