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Hors de Combat : The Falklands-Malvinas conflict in retrospect / edited by Diego F. García and Mike Seear.

Contributor(s): Garcia Quiroga, Diego F [editor] | Seear, Mike [editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Nottingham, United Kingdom : Critical, Cultural and Communications Press (CCCP), 2009Edition: 1st. ed., 1st. rev.Description: xvii, 192 p. : il., mapas, fotografías ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781905510252 (Gran Bretaña); 9781602710214 (Estados Unidos).Subject(s): HISTORIA ARGENTINA | RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES | GUERRA DE MALVINAS | ARGENTINA | CONFLICTOS BELICOS
Contents:
Acknowledgments.
Editors' Preface to the Second Edition.
Editors' Preface to the First edition.
Chronology of the Falklands-Malvinas Conflict (1982).
Part 1 - Recollection and Support.
First In, First Out: A Casualty of War and Coping with Life Post-Conflict / Diego F. García Quiroga (Argentina).
Seeking "The Other" in the Post-Conflict 1982-2006 / Mike Seear (England).
Meeting "The Otber" in the Post-Conflict 1982-2006 / Nicolás Urbieta (Argentina).
Because We Are Alive! / Jorge Daniel Pérez Grandi (Argentina).
Culture in Battle: 2nd Battalion, the Scots Guards at Tumbledown Mountain - 14 June 1982 / Mike Scott (Scotland).
Summary of Actions of the 5th Marine Infantry Battalion Ec. in the Malvinas Conflict / Carlos Hugo Robacio (Argentina).
The Close-Quarter Battle: Right Flank Company, 2nd Battalion, the Scots Guards on Tumbledown Mountain - 13-14 June 1982 / Simon Price (Scotland).
Tumbledown and Mount William / Eduardo Villarraza (Argentina).
2nd Battalion, the Scots Guards - The Tumbledown Legacy / Alan Warsap (England).
Gurkhas in the Falklands / David Morgan (England).
A Chaplain Reflects / Angus Smith (Scotland).
Who Cares About the Enemy? / Jeremy McTeague (Scotland).
The Anglo-Argentine Post-Confliet Common Ground: the Combat Veterans' Aftermath / Eduardo C. Gerding (Argentina).
The South Atlantie Medal Association 82 / Martin Reed (England).
Enemies in War, Friends in Peaee / María Isabel Clausen de Bruno (Argentina).
Adjustment to a "Non-Warring" Lifestyle: Veteran Peer Support / Mark Sandman (USA).
Operational Mental Health in Modern Defenee Forees / Lars Weiséeth (Norway).
Part 2 - Reflection and Analysis.
Argentine Media in the Malvinas-Falklands Conflict / Lucrecia Escudero Chauvel (Argentina).
"Saving the Nation": Post-Conflict from the Point of View of the "Guilty" / Sophie Thonon-Wesfreid (France).
The Malvinas War and the Genesis of Aggression / María Fra Amador (Argentina).
Transcendental Echoes or the Snares of Intra-Colonialism: Falklands-Malvinas and the Poetry of War / Bernard McGuirk (England).
Part 3 - Retrospectives.
Malvinas-Falklands Suite / Jean Andrews (Ireland).
Maintaining the Momentum / Mike Seear (England).
BBC Radio 4 Interview with Diego García Quiroga and Mike Seear, 15November 2006.
BBC Radio Nottingham Interview with Mike Seear, Jorge Pérez Grandi and Bernard McGuirk, 15 November 2007.
BBC Radio 4 Interview with Bernard McGuirk, 5 June 2007
On the Making of An Ungentlemanly Act / Stuart Urban (England).
The Pilgrimage / Mike Seear (England)
Meeting the Iron Lady - I wouldn't repeat it if I were you" / Diego García Quiroga (Argentina).
Carlos Gamerro (Argentina) interviews Bernard McGuirk for Clarín and reflects on his own treatment of the War in the novel Las Islas.
Afterword.
Notes on Contributors.
List of Abbreviations and Glossary.
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Aclaración respecto al término utilizado en el título. El término Hors de combat, Fuera de combate, significa literalmente "fuera de la pelea", es un término francés utilizado en la diplomacia y el derecho internacional para referirse a las personas que son incapaces de realizar su capacidad para librar la guerra. Los ejemplos incluyen los pilotos de combate o las tripulaciones aéreas en paracaídas desde su avión con discapacidad, así como a los enfermos, heridos, detenidos, o de otra manera deshabilitadas. Personas fuera de combate normalmente se otorgan protección especial de acuerdo con las leyes de la guerra, a veces incluyendo prisioneros de guerra de estado, y por lo tanto se convirtió oficialmente no combatientes. En virtud de los Convenios de Ginebra de 1949, los combatientes ilegales fuera de combate se les concede el mismo privilegio y ser tratado con la humanidad, mientras que en cautividad, pero a diferencia legítimos combatientes, están sujetos a juicio y castigo, que incluye la pena capital .

Acknowledgments.

Editors' Preface to the Second Edition.

Editors' Preface to the First edition.

Chronology of the Falklands-Malvinas Conflict (1982).

Part 1 - Recollection and Support.

First In, First Out: A Casualty of War and Coping with Life Post-Conflict /
Diego F. García Quiroga (Argentina).

Seeking "The Other" in the Post-Conflict 1982-2006 / Mike Seear (England).

Meeting "The Otber" in the Post-Conflict 1982-2006 /
Nicolás Urbieta (Argentina).

Because We Are Alive! /

Jorge Daniel Pérez Grandi (Argentina).

Culture in Battle: 2nd Battalion, the Scots Guards at Tumbledown Mountain - 14 June 1982 /

Mike Scott (Scotland).

Summary of Actions of the 5th Marine Infantry Battalion Ec. in the Malvinas Conflict / Carlos Hugo Robacio (Argentina).

The Close-Quarter Battle: Right Flank Company, 2nd Battalion, the Scots Guards on Tumbledown Mountain - 13-14 June 1982 /
Simon Price (Scotland).

Tumbledown and Mount William /
Eduardo Villarraza (Argentina).

2nd Battalion, the Scots Guards - The Tumbledown Legacy /
Alan Warsap (England).

Gurkhas in the Falklands /
David Morgan (England).

A Chaplain Reflects /
Angus Smith (Scotland).

Who Cares About the Enemy? /
Jeremy McTeague (Scotland).

The Anglo-Argentine Post-Confliet Common Ground:
the Combat Veterans' Aftermath /
Eduardo C. Gerding (Argentina).

The South Atlantie Medal Association 82 /
Martin Reed (England).

Enemies in War, Friends in Peaee /
María Isabel Clausen de Bruno (Argentina).

Adjustment to a "Non-Warring" Lifestyle: Veteran Peer Support /
Mark Sandman (USA).

Operational Mental Health in Modern Defenee Forees /
Lars Weiséeth (Norway).

Part 2 - Reflection and Analysis.

Argentine Media in the Malvinas-Falklands Conflict /
Lucrecia Escudero Chauvel (Argentina).

"Saving the Nation": Post-Conflict from the Point of View
of the "Guilty" /
Sophie Thonon-Wesfreid (France).

The Malvinas War and the Genesis of Aggression /
María Fra Amador (Argentina).

Transcendental Echoes or the Snares of Intra-Colonialism:
Falklands-Malvinas and the Poetry of War /
Bernard McGuirk (England).

Part 3 - Retrospectives.

Malvinas-Falklands Suite /
Jean Andrews (Ireland).


Maintaining the Momentum /
Mike Seear (England).


BBC Radio 4 Interview with Diego García Quiroga and Mike
Seear, 15November 2006.

BBC Radio Nottingham Interview with Mike Seear, Jorge
Pérez Grandi and Bernard McGuirk, 15 November 2007.


BBC Radio 4 Interview with Bernard McGuirk, 5 June 2007


On the Making of An Ungentlemanly Act /
Stuart Urban (England).

The Pilgrimage /
Mike Seear (England)

Meeting the Iron Lady - I wouldn't repeat it if I were you" /
Diego García Quiroga (Argentina).

Carlos Gamerro (Argentina) interviews Bernard McGuirk for Clarín and reflects on his own treatment of the War in the novel Las Islas.

Afterword.

Notes on Contributors.

List of Abbreviations and Glossary.

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