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    In 1982, during the Malvinas (Falklands) War, the author was a teacher and took part as an active on-duty radio ham listener. As well as a brother who is a war veteran, some of the author’s students participated in the war on board the ARA General Belgrano. These experiences were set down in this book, as real, fictitious or even futuristic stories, leading the reader from a climate of tension and interest to purely enjoyable, descriptive moments. 




    In the bunker of the Gran Malvina-West Falkland Isle, 

    we all waited for time to go by, 

    for the news of the shipwreck to fade 

    and for the media to talk of something else. 

    A month later, a corvette flying the English flag 

    dropped a wreath on Jersey Point shore every day 

    - one for each missing swimmer and crew member, 

    with ribbons with their names. 

    Each wreath had white, light blue, red and blue flowers. 

    The media stated that for the international community 

    it was a sign of brotherhood between the two nations.


    Malvinas Heartbeats - DIGITAL

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    LIBRO EN FORMATO DIGITAL

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    In 1982, during the Malvinas (Falklands) War, the author was a teacher and took part as an active on-duty radio ham listener. As well as a brother who is a war veteran, some of the author’s students participated in the war on board the ARA General Belgrano. These experiences were set down in this book, as real, fictitious or even futuristic stories, leading the reader from a climate of tension and interest to purely enjoyable, descriptive moments. 




    In the bunker of the Gran Malvina-West Falkland Isle, 

    we all waited for time to go by, 

    for the news of the shipwreck to fade 

    and for the media to talk of something else. 

    A month later, a corvette flying the English flag 

    dropped a wreath on Jersey Point shore every day 

    - one for each missing swimmer and crew member, 

    with ribbons with their names. 

    Each wreath had white, light blue, red and blue flowers. 

    The media stated that for the international community 

    it was a sign of brotherhood between the two nations.


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