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    Attack on Belgrano re-evaluated

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    Attack on Belgrano re-evaluated Empty Attack on Belgrano re-evaluated

    Post  david f on Wed May 02, 2012 10:37 am

    0820am Today programme.
    "Vice Admiral Sir Tim McClement, who was second in command of HMS Conqueror, the submarine that hit the Argentine warship Belgrano 30 years ago during the Falklands war, recalls the events."

    This was a piece on the BBC radio 4 Today programme. Still on iplayer, I think. Quite interesting with him still looking at it very professionally.

    I think it said on the programme that he is the new head of the RNSM?

    David

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