The then US Secretary of the Navy recalls his personal experience of the Falklands War – and of the enduring 'special relationship'.
John Lehman was US Secretary of the Navy during the Falklands War. In this personal recollection of the war’s conduct he emphasises a strong and mutually supportive Anglo-American relationship at odds with the emerging historical interpretation of the alliance between the UK and the US as one fraught with difficulties and mistrust.
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